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A collaborative audio project designed to explore the words and music of Christian hymnody and our responses to them.

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A collaborative audio project designed to explore the words and music of Christian hymnody and our responses to them.

    Tuesday in the First Week of Lent

    Tuesday in the First Week of Lent

    "Cornerstone" from the Rev. Carolyn Jones. Download this episode (mp3). Cornerstone - Hillsong Worship Songs in the Desert is an audio Lenten devotional exploring Christian hymns. Every weekday in Lent, listen to a reflection from a different contributor on a hymn that they find meaningful. Hymn numbers, when given, refer to the Episcopal Hymnal 1982. But most hymns can be found in many different hymnals. Grant to thy people, Lord, grace to withstand the temptations of the world, the flesh, and the devil, and with pure hearts and minds to follow thee, the only true God; through Jesus Christ thy Son our Lord, who liveth and reigneth with thee and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and. ever. Amen. Proper collects for the weekdays of Lent are from Lesser Feasts and Fasts 2006. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, or use our feed. For more, visit SongsInTheDesert.org. Theme music is "Reflections" by Lee Rosevere, distributed under a Creative Commons license. A Sinden Production of Anglican Media (SPAM)

    Wednesday in the First Week of Lent

    Wednesday in the First Week of Lent

    The Nicene Creed by Calvin Hampton (S 105) from Mark Nelson. Download this episode (mp3). YouTube: Calvin Hampton - The Nicene Creed Songs in the Desert is an audio Lenten devotional exploring Christian hymns. Every weekday in Lent, listen to a reflection from a different contributor on a hymn that they find meaningful. Hymn numbers, when given, refer to the Episcopal Hymnal 1982. This setting of the Nicene Creed is number S 105 in the Hymnal 1982; the S numbers are in the Service Music section in the front of the hymnal. Bless us, O God, in this holy season, in which our hearts seek your help and healing; and so purify us by your discipline that we may grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ; who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen. Proper collects for the weekdays of Lent are from Lesser Feasts and Fasts 2006. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, or use our feed. For more, visit SongsInTheDesert.org. Theme music is "Reflections" by Lee Rosevere, distributed under a Creative Commons license. A Sinden Production of Anglican Media (SPAM)

    Thursday in the First Week of Lent

    Thursday in the First Week of Lent

    "Once to every man and nation" from the Rev. Ian Lasch. Download this episode (mp3). Absalom JonesAnna Julia Coopera member of Grace Church, Jefferson City, Mo. 1908–1911The Cross and the Lynching Tree – James H. Cone Songs in the Desert is an audio Lenten devotional exploring Christian hymns. Every weekday in Lent, listen to a reflection from a different contributor on a hymn that they find meaningful. Hymn numbers, when given, refer to the Episcopal Hymnal 1982. But most hymns can be found in many different hymnals. Strengthen us, O Lord, by your grace, that in your might we may overcome all spiritual enemies, and with pure hearts serve you; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen. Proper collects for the weekdays of Lent are from Lesser Feasts and Fasts 2006. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, or use our feed. For more, visit SongsInTheDesert.org. Theme music is "Reflections" by Lee Rosevere, distributed under a Creative Commons license. A Sinden Production of Anglican Media (SPAM)

    Friday in the First Week of Lent

    Friday in the First Week of Lent

    "From east to west, from shore to shore" (Hymn 77) from Jonathan Wessler. Download this episode (mp3). "From East to West, From Shore to Shore" (PDF) - A solis ortus cardine, harm. Lucas Osiander, ed. Jonathan Wessler. The recording of the hymn in this episode is from First Lutheran Church, Boston, and was provided by Jonathan Wessler. (Note that the tune found at Hymn 77 is Vom Himmel Kam der Engel Schar.) Songs in the Desert is an audio Lenten devotional exploring Christian hymns. Every weekday in Lent, listen to a reflection from a different contributor on a hymn that they find meaningful. Hymn numbers, when given, refer to the Episcopal Hymnal 1982. But most hymns can be found in many different hymnals. Lord Christ, our eternal Redeemer, grant us such fellowship in your sufferings, that, filled with your Holy Spirit, we may subdue the flesh to the spirit, and the spirit to you, and at the last attain to the glory of your resurrection; who live and reign with the Father and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen. Proper collects for the weekdays of Lent are from Lesser Feasts and Fasts 2006. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, or use our feed. For more, visit SongsInTheDesert.org. Theme music is "Reflections" by Lee Rosevere, distributed under a Creative Commons license. A Sinden Production of Anglican Media (SPAM)

    Monday in the Second Week of Lent

    Monday in the Second Week of Lent

    "You have come down to the lakeshore" from Eric Cameron. Download this episode (mp3). Songs in the Desert is an audio Lenten devotional exploring Christian hymns. Every weekday in Lent, listen to a reflection from a different contributor on a hymn that they find meaningful. The Cost of Discipleship - Dietrich Bonhoeffer Music credit: Tú has venido a la orilla (canción) Hymn numbers, when given, refer to the Episcopal Hymnal 1982. But most hymns can be found in many different hymnals. Let your Spirit, O Lord, come into the midst of us to wash us with the pure water of repentance, and prepare us to be always a living sacrifice to you; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen. Proper collects for the weekdays of Lent are from Lesser Feasts and Fasts 2006. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, or use our feed. For more, visit SongsInTheDesert.org. Theme music is "Reflections" by Lee Rosevere, distributed under a Creative Commons license. A Sinden Production of Anglican Media (SPAM)

    Tuesday in the Second Week of Lent

    Tuesday in the Second Week of Lent

    "Christ, mighty Savior" (Hymn 35) from the Rt. Rev. Wayne Smith Download this episode (mp3). Songs in the Desert is an audio Lenten devotional exploring Christian hymns. Every weekday in Lent, listen to a reflection from a different contributor on a hymn that they find meaningful. Hymn numbers, when given, refer to the Episcopal Hymnal 1982. But most hymns can be found in many different hymnals. O God, you willed to redeem us from all iniquity by your Son: Deliver us when we are tempted to regard sin without abhorrence, and let the virtue of his passion come between us and our mortal enemy; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen. Proper collects for the weekdays of Lent are from Lesser Feasts and Fasts 2006. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, or use our feed. For more, visit SongsInTheDesert.org. Theme music is "Reflections" by Lee Rosevere, distributed under a Creative Commons license. A Sinden Production of Anglican Media (SPAM)

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