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The Time Machine 10-18-2020

“The Time Machine,” the 10/18/2020 sermon by Pastor Matt Sturtevant. Scripture reference: 1 Samuel 2:1–10. This is part of the “A Narrative Journey” series that follows the Narrative Lectionary from September through the end of May 2021.

The special music performed by Amelia Clark in this video is composed by Undine Smith Moore (1904-1989), who is often called “the dean of Black women composers.” We believe that we are called as Christians to create space for the voices of those who are marginalized, and we are honored to share her work as part of our worship today. You are invited to learn more about Undine Smith Moore HERE.

Music licensing: The following music is used by permission under CCLI streaming license #20126570:

“Come, Christians, Join To Sing” (Madrid)
Edward Broughton
©1987, Lorenz Publishing / The Lorenz Corporation.

“Like a River Glorious”
TUNE: WYE VALLEY
Words: Frances R. Havergal (1874)
Music: James Mountain (1876)
Public domain.

“We Are Travelers on a Journey”
TUNE: BEACH SPRING Words: Richard Gallard (1974)
Music: The Sacred Harp, 1844.; harm, Benjamin Briggs, 2009.
Words: ©1977 Scripture in Song/Maranatha! Music/ASCAP (All rights administered by Music Services).
Harm. ©2010 Celebrating Grace, Inc.

“Come Down Angels”
Traditional spiritual arr. by Undine Smith Moore (1978)
©2020, Hildegard Publishing Company, distributed by Presser-Carl Fischer LLC.

“Day by Day”
TUNE: BLOTT EN DOG
WORDS: Caroline V. Sandell-Berg (1866)
MUSIC: Oscar Ahnfelt (1872)
Public domain.

“Meditation”
Anthony Giamanco
©2013 Lorenz Publishing Co.

“Doxology”
TUNE: OLD 100th
Tune & text by Thomas Ken (1674)
Public domain.

“Lift Every Voice and Sing”
TUNE: LIFT EVERY VOICE
WORDS: James Weldon Johnson (1921)
MUSIC: J. Rosamond Johnson
©1921, Edward B Marks Music Co./Hal Leonard Corporation.

“Psalm XIX”
Benedetto Marcllo/Diane Bish
©1993 Tarzana Music, Gentry Publications/Hal Leonard Corporation.

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The Time Machine

1 Samuel 2:1–10 Philip K. Dick wrote a science fiction short story titled Paycheck. They made a movie of it a few years ago, but they put Ben Affleck in it and it was horrible. In the original short story, a man named Jennings agrees to work for a company that creates time machines. He […]

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