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Contemporary Folk Group
  • The Contempory Folk Group

    • 'When we sing, we pray twice!'

      -St. Augustine

    • CFG News

      Sep 7, 2017
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    • About the Contemporary Folk Group

      The Contemporary Folk Group members use their talents and gifts that God has given to invite and lead the congregation in song each Sunday at Mass. Our parish is blessed to have a congregation that actively participates in the liturgy through music and prayer. The choir and parish family are one body of voices singing praise to God.

       

      Come Sing With Us!

      No Prior Experience is necessary and there are NO tryouts!

      Please don’t be worried about your musical background! All people with a desire to praise and worship God through music are welcome.

      We sing a variety of music, primarily from our hymnal, Gather Comprehensive (GIA Publications) or the Misselette (WLP), but are not limited to these publications. 

      Our group is made up of vocalists who sing both unison and SATB compositions. We have a full compliment of instrumentation.

      The members of the Contemporary Folk Group are a diverse group of people with many challenging work schedules, as well as personal and family commitments. It is not always easy or possible to be at rehearsal, but members make every effort to be at practice promptly as scheduled. We rehearse on Thursday evenings from 7pm-9pm in the church or Our Lady of the Resurrection Chapel.

      The Holy Spirit is calling you!

      Contact:

      Abby Porr - Contemporary Folk Group

      • 614-855-1400
      • aporr@cotrna.org 
  • Music Line Up

    CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION

    9:00 Contemporary Folk Group

    Future Liturgy Schedule

    December 31, 2017 – January 28, 2018

     

    Date

    Observance

    Psalmist

     

    Prelude

    Entrance

    Psalm

    Offertory

    Communion

     

    2nd Communion

    Dismissal

    12/31

    Feast of the Holy Family

    Jeannie

     

     

    O Come, All Ye Fatihful (G#341)

    Psalm 128: Blessed are those

    (G#125)

    Child of Mercy (G#357)

    Silent Night (G#352)

     

    A Christmas Canon (Moore)

    Hark the Herald Angels Sing (G#348)

    1/7

    Epiphany

    Tom

    Come, Let Us Adore Him (McDonald)

    We Three Kings (G#373)

    Psalm 72:

    Lord, every nation

    (R&A)

    Angels We Have Heard on High (G#347)

    The First Nowell (G#377)

     

    Christmas Sanctus (Dengler)

    Fanfare for Christmas Day

    (Harlan)

    1/14

    2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Andrea

     

    Glory and Praise to Our God (G#522)

    Psalm 40:

    Here am I

    (R&A)

    Here I Am Lord

    (G#686)

    One Bread, One Body (G#830)

     

    Though the Mountains May Fall (G#602)

    1/21

    3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Robin

     

    Bring Forth the Kingdom (G#658)

    Psalm 25:

    Teach me Your ways (R&A)

    Lord, When You Came (G#696)

    We Come to Your Feast (G#850)

    Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) (Tomlin)

    Onward to the Kingdom (G#660)

    1/28

    4th Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Barb

    Come, Let Us Sing With Joy to the Lord (Tate)

    A New Song (G#530)

    Psalm 95:

    If today you hear

    (G#95)

    Blest Are They

    (G#659)

    Draw Near (M# 241)

     

    We Are the Light of the World (G#508)

     

     

    12/31 and 1/7:

    1/14 – 1/28:

    Gloria:

    Mass of Light (Haas)

    Mass for a New World (Haas)

    Gospel Acclamation:

    Christmastime Alleluia (Chepponis)

    Alleluia, Word of God (Farrell)

    Mass Parts:

    Mass of Creation (Haugen)

    Mass of Renewal (Gokelman/Kauffman)