August 1, 2021 “This Is Holy Ground”

We Gather Together to Worship God

Call to Worship

Songs of Praise

We Offer Our Lives to God

Offering

Thank you for your faithful giving!
Please continue this act of worship in support of the church’s ongoing ministries.
You can send a cheque to the church office by mail, or you can give through an Access Credit Union branch or their online banking services (see the information here).

Community Life

For announcements related to our church community, please see the eBulletin emailed to those on the weekly email list. You can also stay updated by checking the church Facebook page and this website.

Congregational Prayer

This week in our prayers we especially remember:

  • For political stability in the country of Haiti, prayers for wretched histories in this beautiful country and for all who cry out from the ground.
  • Church Council, as they conspire for the strength, health, growth of Morden Mennonite Church. 
  • For feet that recognize ground that signals breakthrough, peels back the veil. (Exodus 3:1-15)
  • God, hear our prayer…

Prayer Song

We Listen to God’s Word

Children’s Feature

It is so wonderful to have Rick from Mennonite Church Manitoba here with us (online:)! I thought it was fitting to hear a few more songs from our joint (MCM) community for the children’s story this morning. We’ve done this before:) Just click below for the link to the Camps With Meaning list of songs!

Music – Camps With Meaning

I’ll suggest #6 (This Ground) and #42 (Fear Not) that connect with the service this morning…and then feel free to keep clicking. These songs have big meaning and learning in such easy ways to hear/listen and learn…Enjoy!

Pastor Kristy

Scripture Reading: Exodus 3:1–15

Meditation

Song of Response

We Are Sent with God’s Blessing

Benediction

Sending Song

In the Week Ahead

Check the church website and church Facebook page regularly for staying connected.

Songs: Come, Now Is the Time to Worship (Text: Brian Doerksen (Canada); Music: Brian Doerksen © 1998 Vineyard Songs); God of the Bible (Text: Shirley Erena Murray (Aotearoa New Zealand), © 1996 Hope Publishing Company; Music: Tony E. Alonso (USA), © 2001 GIA Publications, Inc.); Be Still and Know (Text: Psalm 46:10; Music: anon.; arr. Jack Schrader, 1988, © 1989 Hope Publishing Company); Confitemini Domino / Come and Fill Our Hearts (Text: Latin; Psalm 136:1; English and Spanish stanzas Taize Community (France); Music;: Jacques Berthier (France) © 1982, 1991, 2011 Les Presses de Taize (admin. GIA Publications, Inc.); As You Go Out from Here (Text: Hebrew traditional; Music: Israeli traditional)
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July 25, 2021 “Mess and Order: Pain”

We Gather Together to Worship God

Call to Worship

Songs of Praise

We Offer Our Lives to God

Offering

Thank you for your faithful giving!
Please continue this act of worship in support of the church’s ongoing ministries.
You can send a cheque to the church office by mail, or you can give through an Access Credit Union branch or their online banking services (see the information here).

Community Life

For announcements related to our church community, please see the eBulletin emailed to those on the weekly email list. You can also stay updated by checking the church Facebook page and this website.

Congregational Prayer

This week in our prayers we especially remember:

  • All those around the world feeling directly the adverse effects of unusual climate events – drought, fires, smoke, flooding, tornadoes.
  • Our government and health leaders, as they make decisions about safely allowing life to return to near pre-pandemic norms.
  • Our church’s Worship Committee, now chaired by Margie H., and Church Council, as they work at plans for in-person church services to safely resume.
  • That Jesus is “deeply moved” by our grief, hurts and disappointments. (John 11:33)

Prayer Song

We Listen to God’s Word

Children’s Feature

Scripture Reading: John 11:1–7, 17–35

Meditation

Bibliography
Bell, Rob. Matthew.
Buchanan, Mark. Things Unseen: Living With Eternity in Your Heart.
Buechner, Frederick. Peculiar Treasures.
Wright, N.T. God and the Pandemic: A Christian Reflection on the Coronovarius and Its Aftermath.
Dubner, Stephen. Stephen Levitt. Freakonomics: The Hidden Side of Everything.

Song of Response

We Are Sent with God’s Blessing

Benediction

Sending Song

In the Week Ahead

Check the church website and church Facebook page regularly for staying connected.

Songs: Gott ist gegenwartig / God Is Here among Us (Text: German; Gerhard Tersteegen (present-day Germany), Geistliches Blumengarlein, 1729; trans. The Hymnal, 1940, alt. Music: Joachim Neander (present-day Germany), Alpha und Omega, Glaub- und Liebesubung, 1680); Christ Is Our Cornerstone (Text: “Angularis fundamentum lapis” (Rome), ca. 7th c.; trans. John Chandler (England), Hymns of the Primitive Church, 1837, alt. Music: John Darwall (England), New Universal Psalmodist, 1770); What a Friend We Have in Jesus (Text: Joseph M. Scriven (Canada), 1855, Spirit Minstrel: A Collection of Hymns and Music, 1857, alt.; Lao trans. anon.; Hmong trans. anon. Music: Charles C. Converse (USA), 1868, Silver Wings, 1870); Nothing Is Lost on the Breath of God (Text: Colin Gibson (New Zealand); Music: Colin Gibson © 1996 Hope Publishing Company); In the Bulb There Is a Flower (Text: Natalie Sleeth (USA), 1985; Music: Natalie Sleeth, 1985 © 1986 Hope Publishing Co.)
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July 18, 2021 “Mess and Order: Mess”

We Gather Together to Worship God

Call to Worship

Songs of Praise

Our second song of praise is STJ 3 Jesus Calls Us Here to Meet Him, accompanied by Irene S. and Michael P. You can use the songbook or follow the lyrics below.

Jesus calls us here to meet him as,
through word and song and prayer,
we affirm God’s promised presence
where God’s people live and care.

Praise the God who keeps their promise;
praise the Son who calls us friends;

praise the Spirit who, among us,
to our hopes and fears attends.

Jesus calls us to confess him
Word of Life and Lord of all,

sharer of our flesh and frailness
saving all who fail or fall.

Tell his holy human story;
tell his tales that all may hear;

tell the world that Christ in glory
came to earth to meet us here.

Jesus calls us to each other:
vastly diff’rent though we are;

race and colour, class and gender
neither limit nor debar.

Join the hand of friend and stranger;
join the hands of age and youth;

join the faithful and the doubter
in their common search for truth.

Jesus calls us to his table
rooted firm in time and space,

where the church in earth and heaven
finds a common meeting place.

Share the bread and wine, his body;
share the love of which we sing;

share the feast for saints and sinners
hosted by our Lord and King.

We Offer Our Lives to God

Offering

Thank you for your faithful giving!
Please continue this act of worship in support of the church’s ongoing ministries.
You can send a cheque to the church office by mail, or you can give through an Access Credit Union branch or their online banking services (see the information here).


Community Life

For announcements related to our church community, please see the eBulletin emailed to those on the weekly email list. You can also stay updated by checking the church Facebook page and this website.

Congregational Prayer

This week in our prayers we especially remember:

  • All who are adversely affected by the severe heat and drought that is gripping so much of our continent and beyond, with the accompanying loss of income, property, and life.
  • To thank God for our Administrative Assistant, Robyn, who, among many other duties, takes all the various recordings that are sent her way each week, and blends them into a meaningful on-line worship service.
  • Those among us who are vacationing, that they may have safety, and experience true “re-creation.”
  • To ask that each of us, despite all the uncertainty around us, may feel “. . . the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding . . .“ (Phil. 4:7)

Prayer Song

We Listen to God’s Word

Children’s Feature

Some days are just like that I guess (so says Alexander’s mom at the end of the book). Grateful we have light enough for each next step…and the next day:)

Pastor Kristy

Scripture Reading: Genesis 50:15–21; Philippians 4:4–9

Meditation

Bibliography
Epp, Brenda. “All will be well!”  Canadian Mennonite, Vol.25 No. 12. 
Gladwell, Malcom. David and Goliath.
Goldingay, John. Genesis for Everyone Part One.
Harford, Tim. Messy. The Power of Disorder to Transform our Lives. 
Kay, John. Obliquity. Why our Goals are Best Achieved Indirectly.

Song of Response

Let’s respond to the meditation with HWB 377 Healer of Our Every Ill, accompanied by Loretta & Al T.

Healer of our ev’ry ill,
Light of each tomorrow,
give us peace beyond our fear,
and hope beyond our sorrow.

You who know our fears and sadness,
grace us with your peace and gladness.
Spirit of all comfort, fill our hearts.

Healer of our ev’ry ill,
Light of each tomorrow,
give us peace beyond our fear,
and hope beyond our sorrow.

In the pain and joy beholding
how your grace is still unfolding,
give us all your vision, God of love.

Healer of our ev’ry ill,
Light of each tomorrow,
give us peace beyond our fear,
and hope beyond our sorrow.

Give us strength to love each other,
ev’ry sister, ev’ry brother.
Spirit of all kindness, be our guide.

Healer of our ev’ry ill,
Light of each tomorrow,
give us peace beyond our fear,
and hope beyond our sorrow.

You who know each thought and feeling,
teach us all your way of healing.
Spirit of compassion, fill each heart.

Healer of our ev’ry ill,
Light of each tomorrow,
give us peace beyond our fear,
and hope beyond our sorrow.

We Are Sent with God’s Blessing

Benediction

Sending Song

In the Week Ahead

Check the church website and church Facebook page regularly for staying connected.

Songs: All Creatures, Worship God Most High (Text: Saint Francis of Assisi (present-day Italy), “Laudato sia Dio mio Signore,” 1225; trans. William H. Draper (England), Hymns of the Spirit, 1926, alt. Music: Geistliche Kirchengesang (present-day Germany), 1623; adapt. and harm. Ralph Vaughan Williams (England), The English Hymnal, 1906, simplified); Jesus Calls Us Here to Meet Him (Text: John L. Bell and Graham Maule; Music: Lewis folk melody; arranged by John L. Bell; Text and Music copyright © WGRG The Iona Community (Scotland); Used by permission of GIA Publications, Inc., exclusive agent); Thy Word Is a Lamp (Text: Amy Grant (USA) and Michael W. Smith (USA); refrain based on Psalm 119:105; Music: Amy Grand and Michael W. Smith; © 1984 Meadowgreen Music Company, Word Music, LLC); Healer of Our Every Ill (Text: Marty Haugen, 1986, Gather, 1988; Music: Marty Haugen, 1986, Gather, 1988; Text and music copyright © 1987 G.I.A. Publications, Inc.); Go, My Friends, in Grace (Text: David Wright (USA), 2004, A Field of Voices, 2007, © 2004 David Wright; Music: James E. Clemens (USA), 2004, A Field of Voices, 2007, © 2004 James E. Clemens)
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July 11, 2021 “Mess and Order: Order”

We Gather Together to Worship God

Call to Worship

Songs of Praise

We Offer Our Lives to God

Offering

Thank you for your faithful giving!
Please continue this act of worship in support of the church’s ongoing ministries.
You can send a cheque to the church office by mail, or you can give through an Access Credit Union branch or their online banking services (see the information here).

Community Life

For announcements related to our church community, please see the eBulletin emailed to those on the weekly email list. You can also stay updated by checking the church Facebook page and this website.

Congregational Prayer

This week in our prayers we especially remember:

  • The many victims of recent tragedies around the world – the loved ones of those missing in the collapsed condo building in Florida, the victims of mudslides in Japan after heavy rains, the grief and uncertainty in Haiti following the assassination of their president, and many other situations.
  • The students and teachers among us, that after a trying school year due to Covid restrictions and changes, they may have a relaxing summer break.
  • To pray for rain for crops and gardens and our lake.
  • That we may be able to say with assurance, along with Jethro, that “now I know that the Lord is greater than all gods . . .” (Ex. 18:11)

Prayer Song

Let’s continue in a spirit of prayer as Dianne H. plays and sings STJ 92 Just as I Am.

We Listen to God’s Word

Children’s Feature

Good morning everyone! I know I’ve chosen this book before, but when I saw Pastor Justin’s little explanation about his sermon, I thought it fit just perfectly again! Focusing on what’s important…..being kind! I hope you enjoy it (again:)

Scripture Reading: Mark 1:32-39; Exodus 18:8-24

Meditation

Bibliography
Alabama. Ultimate Alabama 20 #1 Hits “I’m in a Hurry
Bell, Rob. Shells.
Collins, Jim. Good to Great.
Harford, Tim. Messy. The Power of Disorder to Transform Our Lives.
Wright, N.T. The Gospel of Mark for Everyone.
Yaconelli, Michael. Messy Spirituality.

Song of Response

Join Dianne H. in VT 737 Breathe on Me, Breath of God.

Breathe on me, breath of God.
Fill me with life anew,
that I may love what you so love,
and do what you would do.

Breathe on me, breath of God,
until my heart is pure,
until with you, I will one will: to do and to endure.

Breathe on me, breath of God,
my will to yours incline,
till all this selfish part of me
glows with your fire divine.

Breathe on me, breath of God,
so shall I never die,
but live with you the perfect life of your eternity.

We Are Sent with God’s Blessing

Benediction

Sending Song

In the Week Ahead

Check the church website and church Facebook page regularly for staying connected.

Songs: Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise (Text: Walter C. Smith (Scotland), Hymns of Christ and the Christian Life, 1867, alt. Music: Welsh traditional, Caniadau y Cyssegr, 1839; Public); Mountain of God (Text: Phil Campbell-Enns (Canada); Music: Phil Campbell-Enns; acc. Bill Derksen (Canada) © 2016 Phil Campbell-Enns); Just as I Am, Without One Plea (Text: Charlotte Elliot, 1834, Invalid’s Hymn Book, 1836; Music: English traditional; harmonized by James E. Clemens, 2004; Harmonization copyright © 2004 James E. Clemens); Breathe on Me, Breath of God (Text: Edwin Hatch (England), Between Doubt and Prayer, 1878, alt. Music: Robert Jackson (England), Fifty Sacred Leaflets, 1888); The Peace of the Earth Be with You / La paz de la tierra (Text: Spanish; Guatemalan traditional; trans. Christine Carson (Scotland), © 1998 Christine Carson and WGRG, Iona Community (admin. GIA Publications, Inc.); Music: Guatemalan traditional)
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July 4, 2021: “A Legacy Is Not Just for Old Folks”

We Gather Together to Worship God

Call to Worship

Songs of Praise

We Offer Our Lives to God

Offering

Thank you for your faithful giving! Please continue this act of worship in support of the church’s ongoing ministries. You can send a cheque to the church office by mail, or you can give through an Access Credit Union branch or their online banking services (see the information here).

Welcome & Litany

Community Life

For announcements related to our church community, please see the eBulletin emailed to those on the weekly email list. You can also stay updated by checking the church Facebook page and this website.

Congregational Prayer
This week in our prayers we especially remember:

  • The many people feeling the adverse effects of prolonged heat and drought in many parts of the world. Southern Madagascar is facing its worst drought in four decades, and lives are at stake, with 14 thousand people facing famine. Let’s also pray for rain here, to nourish crops and gardens, and to replenish our water supply.
  • Justin Majeau and family as Justin settles into his role as our Lead Pastor.
  • To thank God for God’s daily presence in our lives, through good times and bad.
  • To pray that all of us, young and old, may always seek to “[walk] in the truth.” (3 John 4)

Prayer Song

Listen or sing along to VT 722 Help Us to Help Each Other, accompanied by Loretta T. You may use the hymn book or follow along with the lyrics below.

Help us to help each other, Lord,
each other’s load to bear,
that all may live in true accord,
our joys and pains to share.

Help us to build each other up,
your strength within us prove.
Increase our faith, confirm our hope,
and fill us with your love.

Together make us free indeed
your life within us show,
and into you, our living Head,
let us in all things grow.

Drawn by the magnet of your love
we find our hearts made new.
Nearer each other let us move,
and nearer still to you.

We Listen to God’s Word

Children’s Feature

Click on the link below for the children’s feature, and scroll down to number 23. It is song called “We Choose to Love.” Pastor Kristy thought this was an important song to hear as we welcome our new pastor, Justin and his family, and as Pastor Lawrence talks about the things that we do and say as we journey along the way…choosing to love is the way to go! And then feel free to click around on other songs from Camps with Meaning….they’ve all got some lovely and love-ing things to share with us! 

Music – Camps With Meaning

Scripture Reading: Psalm 48, 3 John 1:1-4

Meditation

Song of Response

We Are Sent with God’s Blessing

Benediction

Sending Song

Let’s go from our worship together with this song on our lips and in our hearts: VT 815 Sizohamba Naye (We Will Walk With God), accompanied by Jude, Milo, Erin, and Joel K. You can use the song book or follow the lyrics below.

We will walk with God, my brothers,
we will walk with God.
We will walk with God, my sisters,
we will walk with God.
We will go rejoicing till the kingdom has come.
We will go rejoicing till the kingdom has come.

Sizohamba naye, wo wo wo, sizohamba naye.
Sizohamba naye, wo wo wo, sizohamba naye.
Ngomhla wenja bula sizohamba naye.
Ngomhla wenja bula sizohamba naye.

In the Week Ahead

Check the church website and church Facebook page regularly for staying connected.

Songs: Take My Life, and Let It Be (Frances R. Havergal; Henri Abraham Cesar Malan; Lowell Mason; Public); Here in This Place (Marty Haugen; © 1982 GIA Publications, Inc.); I Sing the Might Power of God (Isaac Watts; William H. Monk; Public); Help Us to Help Each Other (Text: Charles Wesley, Hymns and Sacred Poems, 1742; revised in Hymns for Today’s Church, 1982; Copyright ©1982 Hope Publishing Co.; Music: Francois H. Barthelemon; adapted by Robert Simpson, A Collection of Original…Sacred Music, 1833); Sizohamba Naye (We Will Walk With God) (Swaziland traditional transcribed by John L. Bell; ©2002 WGRG The Iona Community/GIA Publications, Inc.)
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June 27, 2021: Worship with the Mennonite World Conference

We Gather Together to Worship God

Welcome

“Who Is Mennonite World Conference?”

Call to Worship 

Songs of Praise

We Offer Our Lives to God

Offering

Thank you for your faithful giving! Please continue this act of worship in support of the church’s ongoing ministries. You can send a cheque to the church office by mail, or you can give through an Access Credit Union branch or their online banking services (see the information here).

Community Life

For announcements related to our church community, please see the eBulletin emailed to those on the weekly email list. You can also stay updated by checking the church Facebook page and this website.

Congregational Prayer
This week in our prayers we especially remember:

  • Our Aboriginal neighbours, as they deal with the discovery of 751 more unmarked graves at the sight of a former residential school in Saskatchewan. We mourn together with them, and pray that all possible actions might be taken to bring a measure of healing.
  • Mennonite World Conference, the global community of faith in the Anabaptist tradition, facilitating relationships among Anabaptist churches worldwide, and relating to other Christian world communions and organizations.
  • To thank God for God’s daily presence in our lives, through good times and bad.
  • To thank God for our sisters and brothers around the world, with whom we are “members of the household of God,” with “Christ Jesus himself as the cornerstone.” (Ephesians 2:19–20)

Prayer Song

Let’s join in singing STS 120 Somebody Prayed for Me (vv. 1,3,4,6), accompanied by Al & Loretta T.

Somebody prayed for me,
had me on their mind,
took the time to pray for me.
I’m so glad they prayed,
I’m so glad they prayed,
I’m so glad they prayed for me.

My brother prayed for me,
had me on his mind,
took the time to pray for me.
I’m so glad he prayed,
I’m so glad he prayed,
I’m so glad he prayed for me.

My mother prayed for me,
had me on her mind,
took the time to pray for me.
I’m so glad she prayed,
I’m so glad she prayed,
I’m so glad she prayed for me.

My Jesus prayed for me,
had me on his mind,
took the time to pray for me.
I’m so glad he prayed,
I’m so glad he prayed,
I’m so glad he prayed for me.

We Listen to God’s Word

Children’s Feature

Scripture Reading

Ephesians 2:11-22

Meditation

Song of Response

We Are Sent with God’s Blessing

Benediction

Sending Song

In the Week Ahead

Check the church website and church Facebook page regularly for staying connected.

Songs: We Praise You, O God, Our Redeemer (Julia Cory, Eduard Kremser; Public); Praise, I Will Praise You, Lord (Claude Fraysse, Kenneth I. Morse, Alain Bergese, Marilyn Houser Hamm, ©1975 Claude Fraysse, ©1989 Hymnal: A Worship Book, ©2003 Mennonite World Conference); Somebody Prayed for Me (Traditional African-American spiritual, Public); There Are Many Gifts (Patricia Shelly, ©1977 Patricia Shelly); For We Are Strangers No More (Kenneth Morse, ©1979 Church of the Brethren General Board)
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June 20, 2021: “On the Role of Fathers…”

We Gather Together to Worship God

Call to Worship  

Songs of Praise

Let’s sing praises to God with STJ 3 Jesus Calls Us Here to Meet Him, accompanied by Dianne H. and Michael P. You can use the songbook or follow the lyrics below.

Jesus calls us here to meet him as
through word and song and prayer,
we affirm God’s promised presence
where God’s people live and care.

Praise the God who keeps their promise;
praise the Son who calls us friends;

praise the Spirit who, among us,
to our hopes and fears attends.

Jesus calls us to confess him
Word of Life and Lord of all,

sharer of our flesh and frailness
saving all who fail or fall.

Tell his holy human story;
tell his tales that all may hear;

tell the world that Christ in glory
came to earth to meet us here.

Jesus calls us to each other:
vastly diff’rent though we are;

race and colour, class and gender
neither limit nor debar.

Join the hand of friend and stranger;
join the hands of age and youth;

join the faithful and the doubter
in their common search for truth.

Jesus calls us to his table
rooted firm in time and space,

where the church in earth and heaven
finds a common meeting place.

Share the bread and wine, his body;
share the love of which we sing;

share the feast for saints and sinners
hosted by our Lord and King.

For our second song of praise, let’s join together in singing HWB 12 “Come, Let Us All Unite to Sing,” accompanied by Irene S. and Michael P.

Come, let us all unite to sing, God is love.
Let heav’n and earth their praises bring, God is love.
Let ev’ry soul from sin awake,
let ev’ry heart sweet music make,
and sing with us for Jesus’ sake, for God is love.

God is love! (God is love!) God is love! (God is love!)
Come, let us all unite to sing that God is love!

O tell to earth’s remotest bound, God is love.
In Christ we have redemption found, God is love.
Jesus has cast our sins away,
his Spirit turned our night to day,
and now we can rejoice to say that God is love.
God is love! (God is love!) God is love! (God is love!)
Come, let us all unite to sing that God is love!

How happy is our portion here, God is love.
His promises our spirits cheer, God is love.
He is our sun and shield by day,
our help, our hope, our strength and stay;
he will be with us all the way, our God is love.
God is love! (God is love!) God is love! (God is love!)
Come, let us all unite to sing that God is love!

We Offer Our Lives to God

Offering

Thank you for your faithful giving! Please continue this act of worship in support of the church’s ongoing ministries. You can send a cheque to the church office by mail, or you can give through an Access Credit Union branch or their online banking services (see the information here).

Community Life

For announcements related to our church community, please see the eBulletin emailed to those on the weekly email list. You can also stay updated by checking the church Facebook page and this website.

A Tribute to My Father… by Margie H.

Heinz
1970s

Congregational Prayer
This week in our prayers we especially remember:

  • To thank God that numbers of new Covid infections and deaths  are declining in most parts of our country. Pray that people will continue to follow health recommendations, even as restrictions are gradually eased.
  • To thank God for fathers, father figures and positive male role models among us.
  • To be mindful of the many “ordinary” blessings we enjoy daily, things and people we may sometimes take for granted.
  • To rest in the knowledge that we don’t need to face our struggles  in life alone, for “. . . the battle is the Lord’s . . .“ (1 Samuel 17: 47)

Prayer Song

We Listen to God’s Word

Children’s Feature

Scripture Reading

Meditation

Song of Response       

We Are Sent with God’s Blessing

Benediction

Sending Song

In the Week Ahead

Check the church website and church Facebook page regularly for staying connected.

Songs: Jesus Calls us Here to Meet Him (John L. Bell and Graham Maule ©WGRG The Iona Community/GIA Publications); Come, Let Us All Unite to Sing (Howard Kingsbury, Edmund Lorenz; Public); This Is God’s Wondrous World (Maltbie D. Babcodk; Franklin L. Sheppard; Public); Halle, Halle, Hallelujah! (John Bell; ©1990 WGRG Iona Community/GIA Publications Inc.)
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