Music for the Twenty-Sixth Week in Ordinary Time Year A Sept 30th/Oct 1st 2017

These are the song that the music liturgy team picked for this week at St Peter’s, Rochedale.

If you are looking for songs, remember if you search for any of these songs on this website you find a backing to assist learning and links to where the sheet music can be purchased,  – generally for instant download.

I should mention Amanda McKenna’s excellent collection of Responsorial Psalms more often. We don’t have a cantor to sing the verses so they are said, but Amanda’s tunes are very easy to pick up and we sing the response once then the assembly just joins in.

You can purchase the collection at AOV.

Entrance: All  Are Welcome (Haugen)

Psalm 24 (McKenna)

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Remember your mercies , O Lord.

Gifts: In Love We Choose to Live (Cotter) AOV 2/63

Communion: Table of Plenty (Schutte) AOV 2/20

Our Supper Invitation (Bates) AOV 1/185

Thanksgiving: All You Works of God (Haugen) AOV 1/19

Recessional: A New Heart For a New World (O’Brien/Watts) AOV 1/158

 

 

Meanwhile at the parish in Tasmania I get to play at occasionally we will be singing:

City of God AOV 1/57

The Lord is My Shepherd AOV 1/26

Seek Ye First AOV 1/48

Give Thanks AOV 2/17

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2 Responses to Music for the Twenty-Sixth Week in Ordinary Time Year A Sept 30th/Oct 1st 2017

  1. Ryan says:

    Gathering: Canticle of the Sun (Haugen)

    Mass Setting: Mass of St. Therese (Griffin)
    Psalm: Remember Your Mercies (Haas)

    Gifts: Change Our Hearts (Cooney)

    Communion: Here I Am, Lord (Schutte)

    Closing: Let All Things Now Living (Davis; ASH GROVE)

  2. R.S. says:

    opening: All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name (Perronet)
    offertory: What Wondrous Love Is This (wondrous love)
    communion: Behold the Lamb (Willett), Let Us Break Bread Together (let us break bread)
    closing: They’ll Know We are Christians (Scholtes)

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