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The Season of Pentecost

The Day of Pentecost: Chorale Prelude on “Komm, Gott Schoepfer, heiliger Geist” by Johann Pachelbel and Hymn 501 “O Holy Spirit, by whose breath”
The 1st Sunday after Pentecost, Trinity Sunday: Chorale Prelude on Nicaea by Healey Willan and Hymn 362: “Holy, holy, holy! Lord God Almighty!”
The 2nd Sunday after Pentecost: Prelude from Cello Suite #1 G major; “Kneel Before Him;” Hymn 780 from Wonder Love and Praise – Music and Music Notes by Danny Corneliussen and Rick Curtis
The 3rd Sunday after Pentecost: “Go Down Moses” arr. by Calvin Taylor
The 4th Sunday after Pentecost: “Jesus Met the Woman at the Well” and “Amazing Grace”
The 5th Sunday after Pentecost: “Jerusalem, My Happy Home” and “Once More, My Soul”
The 6th Sunday after Pentecost: Chorale Prelude on “O Store Gud” and “How Great Thou Art”
The 7th Sunday after Pentecost: “In Heaven Above” and “Behold a Host, Arrayed in White”
The 8th Sunday after Pentecost: “Chorale Prelude on Slane” by Healey Willan and “Be Thou My Vision”
The 9th Sunday after Pentecost: Etude in A-flat Minor by Moritz Moszkowski and Romance in F Minor by Antonin Dvorak
The 10th Sunday after Pentecost: Magnificat on the Ninth Tone by Samuel Scheidt and “Tell Out My Soul” arranged by J. Wayne Kerr
Any Sunday after Pentecost: “In Christ There Is No East or West” and “I Am the Good Shepherd” performed by Dick and Rick
The 11th Sunday after Pentecost: “Londonderry Air” arranged by Herbert Sanders and “O Christ the Same”
The 12th Sunday after Pentecost: “Herr Christ, der einge Gottessohn” by J.S.Bach and “How Firm A Foundation” by Wilbur Held
The 13th Sunday after Pentecost: Two-Part Invention in C Major by J.S. Bach and Prelude in D Major by Louis Couperin
The 14th Sunday after Pentecost: Largo from Trio Sonata in C Minor by J.S. Bach and “Be Still, My Soul”
The 15th Sunday after Pentecost: Prelude and Fugue in F-Sharp Major by J.S. Bach and “When We Are Living” arr. Emma Lou Diemer
The 16th Sunday after Pentecost: “Fantasia super Io son ferito, ahi lasso” by Samuel Scheidt and “Holy Manna” arr. Wilbur Held
The 17th Sunday after Pentecost: Chorale Prelude on Herzlich tut mich erfreuen by Johannes Brahms and Hymn 455: “O love of God, how strong and true”
The 18th Sunday after Pentecost: Chorale Prelude on Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan by Johann Peter Kellner and “Whate’er My God Ordains Is Right”
The 19th Sunday after Pentecost: “Nun danket alle Gott” from Cantata No. 79 by J.S. Bach and Hymn 397 “Now thank we all our God”
The 20th Sunday after Pentecost: Prelude on “Charterhouse” by Leo Sowerby and Hymn 590 “O Jesus Christ, may grateful hymns be rising”
The 21st Sunday after Pentecost: Der Streit zwischen David und Goliath by Johann Kuhnau and Hymn 339 “Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness”
All Saints Day: (November 1, or All Saints Sunday) Hymn 287 “For all the saints, who from their labors rest” and “Fantasia on Greensleeves” by Ralph Vaughan Williams (arr. Stanley Roper)
The 22nd Sunday after Pentecost: “Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme,” BWV 645 by J. S. Bach and “If I Have Wounded Any Soul Today” by C. Maude Battersby and Charles H. Gabriel
The 23rd Sunday after Pentecost: “Let Us Talents and Tongues Employ,” arr. Mark Sedio and Hymn 541 “Come, Labor On”
The 24th Sunday after Pentecost
The 25th Sunday after Pentecost
The Last Sunday after Pentecost, Christ the King Sunday, and Thanksgiving Day: “Let All Things Now Living” arr. Frank Stoldt and Hymn 555 “Lead On, O King Eternal”