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Every Friday, we hope to send you a short musical interlude to make your day a little more enjoyable! (Permission to stream the music in the videos on this page obtained from One License with license #A-708462.)

May 29, 2020

John Nothaft, Director of Music Ministries at Lewinsville, discusses music special to Pentecost Sunday and gives us a preview of this upcoming Sunday’s service.

May 22, 2020

As we celebrate Memorial Day Weekend may we remember the brave men and women who have fallen to uphold our freedoms. Aaron Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man inspires a dream of peace and prosperity to all.

May 15, 2020

Lewinsville’s youth-led worship service is this Sunday. Emma Staeger sings us a song filled with hope as we wait for a sunshine filled tomorrow.

May 8, 2020

Suite Magica is a four movement suite for classical guitar and harp by Argentinean composer Maximo Diego Pujol (b. 1957). The piece begins with a Preludio and each subsequent movement is based off of a South American dance: Vals, Tango, and Candombe; this video is of the third movement, the Tango. This video was recorded as part of a concert in August 2019 and the performers are LeeLee Hunter, guitar and Anna Odell, harp.

May 1, 2020

Lewinsville will be having an online Taizé worship service this Sunday at 7:00 pm. Here is one hymn we will be singing. (The musicians present are family and have been quarantined together.)

Ubi caritas et amor, Desu ibi est.
Where charity and love are, God is there.

April 24, 2020

Emma Gamble, Zachary Gutierrez, Eimi Tuttle, and Lewinsville’s Chancel Choir present A Mighty Fortress Is Our God.

April 17, 2020

Laura Snyderman presents Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Alleluia from Exsultate, Jubilate, K.165/158a.

April 10, 2020

Sarah Saturnino and John Nothaft present George Frederic Handel’s He Was Despised from Part II of the Messiah. The text sung is Isaiah 53:3.Part II of Handel’s Messiah covers “The Passion.”

April 3, 2020

In this video, Evan Ayars and John Nothaft present a an arrangement of There is a Balm in Gilead by H.T. Burleigh. May we keep this text in our hearts during the pandemic.

There is a balm in Gilead, to make the wounded whole,
there is a balm in Gilead, to heal the sin-sick soul.

Sometimes I feel discouraged, and think my work’s in vain,
but then the Holy Spirit, revives my soul again. 

If you can preach like Peter, if you can pray like Paul,
Go home and tell your neighbor, “He died to save us all.”

There is a balm in Gilead, to make the wounded whole,
there is a balm in Gilead, to heal the sin-sick soul.