Seventh Day of Christmas Gift

Huntley Xmas COn the seventh day of Christmas, that guy whose blogs I read occasionally gave to me . . . not seven swans a-swimming but this video of Rev. Huntley Brown, an itinerant pianist who has traveled the world with the Billy Graham Association and currently serves as our Artist-in-Residence at the Demoss Center for Worship in the Performing Arts (DCWPA) at Judson University.  Huntley and I were at Judson together as students back in the 80’s, and we have been good friends ever since.  I pray this rousing rendition of the familiar Christmas classic  blesses you today and throughout the remainder of the Christmas season.  Please enjoy Rev. Huntley Brown, the Judson University Choir, and the Judson Civic Orchestra’s “Go Tell It on the Mountain” from 2017’s DCWPA Christmas Concert of Worship.

The Lord be with you!

Coming next week, Lord willing: The public reading of Scripture in contemporary American worship.

About Warren Anderson

Emmaus Road Worshipers is written by Dr. Warren Anderson, Director of the Demoss Center for Worship in the Performing Arts at Judson University (Elgin, Ill.), where he also directs the Judson University Choir. A Judson alumnus, he has served his alma mater in a number of capacities over the past 30+ years, especially the chapel ministry, which he led for 22 years. From 1982-2016, Dr. Anderson served six different churches--American Baptist (X2), Converge, Evangelical Free Church of America, Roman Catholic, and United Methodist--as a "weekend warrior" worship musician/pastor. He is a former member of the editorial board of Worship Leader magazine. The views expressed in this blog are not necessarily the views of Judson University.
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2 Responses to Seventh Day of Christmas Gift

  1. May says:

    Thank you for introducing me to Huntley Brown. I went to Youtube and was blessed by listening to his piano playing.


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