Author: Jared Stellmacher

Music Monday: Which Marty Is It? Today we meet and hear music from two important musical Marty’s in the Lutheran church; Martin Luther and Marty Haugen. Luther is most known for posting the 95 Theses in 1517, teaching the doctrine of justification by faith alone, and...

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Whether written as prayers and petitions, praise and thanksgiving, or promises of commitment, the hymns of our Christian faith tell the story of God’s faithfulness and of his great love. Some hymns were penned as a response to adversity and sorrow. Others burst forth as expressions...

Sunday, August 2nd Postlude Gaston Bélier (1863 – 1938) was a French organist and composer, a student of Eugène Gigout at the Conservatoire de Paris, and he was titular organist at the Saint-Maclou of Pontoise Cathedral from 1892 to his death in 1938. Bélier is mostly...

Music Monday: Christmas in July As we begin this final week in July, we celebrate Christmas! Yes, Christmas in July; remembering that it is Jesus who is always with us bringing hope and light into a world of darkness. Especially now, as we continue living life...

Need some music to rejuvinate your Monday? Today’s Music Monday features a staple of the organ repertoire: Leon Boëllmann’s (1862-1897) organ blockbuster Suite gothique (1895). Although, Boëllmann’s promising career was cut short by tuberculosis at age 35, he managed to amass a catalog of more than...

"Be Still, My Soul" The formation of "Be Still, My Soul" as it appears in [most hymnals] covers three countries – Germany, Scotland, and Finland – and well over 100 years. Little is known about the author of this hymn. Katharina Amalia Dorothea von Schlegel was born...

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Hymns Old and New God’s people have sung hymns in honor of the Almighty since the time of Moses and before (Exodus 15:1). David sang the “new song” God gave him and taught others to sing “a hymn of praise to our God” (Psalm 40:3). Jesus...

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