Advent, the beginning of the church year, is almost upon us! Here is the gospel and sermon from November 20, 2016.
It begins with a lovely Prelude of flute and oboe, the readings, gospel, and sermon by Fr. Joe (9:45).
Peace be with you!
Hello, world! Here are segments from the first half of Sunday worship, Holy Eucharist, from November 6th, 2016. You’ll hear the tail end of our children’s choir, the prelude with organ, trumpet and trombone, the readings and Fr. Joe’s sermon (10:05).
We’re pleased to be able to offer to you our Choral Evensong for All Saints’ Day, and especially the Emmanuel choir singing Lux aeterna from John Rutter’s Requiem, at the 30:35 mark.
Any abnormalities in the audio were your humble podcaster’s attempt to silence some feedback and account for losing a mic early in the recording.
For your edification, the Liturgy of the Word from October 30th, 2016. Sermon begins at the 7-minute mark.
Lots of wonderful music in this week’s podcast. Prelude, readings, chanted Psalm, sectional by Thomas Merton, and sermon by Fr. Joe Dunagan, October 23rd, 2016.
The sermon by Fr. Joe Dunagan, October 16th, 2016.
Many thanks to the saint in the choir who faithfully makes their own recording on a phone to share with family. Your dutiful podcaster would be audio-less without them!
For your edification and listening pleasure, the prelude, readings, and sermon by Fr. Joe Dunagan, October 9th, 2016
We’re very blessed and pleased to have the Rev. Tom Day and his wife Kim join our Emmanuel family. Tom is a newly-retired priest from the Diocese of Texas, and he preached and celebrated for us October 2nd, 2016.
Here are the readings, including chanted Psalm, and sermon from September 25th, 2016. Also, enjoy the Sectional Hymn, Guide My Feet Lord While I Run This Race. The Gospel is at 10:27, the sermon at 12:43. Enjoy!