Seeking and Sharing the Fullness of Life

Music Used for Most of the Year

Below you will find the music that is used for all or most of the year with audio recordings for practice and familiarisation.

Into Your Communion Lord

Words by Nathan Nettleton.  Music by Christopher Willcock © 2000

Used all year round except during the 12 days of Christmas

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Listen to it sung all together by the congregation


Send Your Holy Spirit

Words by Nathan Nettleton.  Music by Christopher Willcock © 2000

Used all year except during Advent and Christmas

send-your-holy-spirit-sa

Listen to it sung all together by the congregation


Jubilate Deo!

© Michael Praetorius (1571-1621) as sung at Taizé

Used all year round except during Lent

jubilate-deo

Listen to it sung all together by the congregation


Glory to God in the Highest (The Gloria)

Words traditional, ICET translation (altered). Textual alterations and Music © 1985, 1997 Ken Macek. 1260 East Rock Springs Road, Atlanta, GA, USA. All rights reserved. Used by permission.

Used all year round except during Lent

glory-to-god

Listen to it sung all together by the congregation


Lord, To Whom Shall We Go?

© 1995 The Iona Community

lord-to-whom

Listen to it sung all together by the congregation


Gloria in excelsis Deo!

© 1994, Ateliers et Presses de Taizé

Used all year round except during Lent

gloria-taize

Listen to it sung all together by the congregation


The Apostles Creed

Translation ©ELLC.  Music by Jennifer Gillan © 2013

apostles-creed

Listen to it sung in two parts 

Listen to the upper part sung on its own 

Listen to the lower part sung on its own


The Lord’s Prayer

Translation ©ELLC.  Music by Jennifer Gillan © 2008

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Listen to it sung in two parts 

Listen to it sung in two parts a bit slower (for practice purposes)

Listen to the lower part sung on its own

Listen to the lower part sung on its own with the piano playing the higher part

Listen to the higher part sung on its own 

Listen to the higher part sung on its own with the piano playing the lower part

Listen to several option for the concluding doxology on their own