“Labyrinth…a Meditation” was prepared by Phil Garrison and Patricia McGee. It is set to the music of Liam Lawton and includes photographs from Ireland, Minnesota, and Oregon. Labyrinths are sacred space that offer sweet refuge and calm for busy, stress-filled lives. We invite you to step inside. Click on “Labyrinth…a Meditation” to begin your journey.
Video: St. Andrew – another year of Love In Action.
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A medley of “You’ll Never Walk Alone” and “The Lord’s Prayer” dedicated by Jim Cox to the Glory of God, on the day of Jim’s retirement as our music director (May 21, 2017).
I Believe Svetlana Strezeva makes believers out of us all. Powerful, Beautiful!
God Is The Glory Svetlana Strezeva’s wonderful voice again with power and grace. Wonderful!
Hallelujah Sharon Scott, Choir, and Congregation. Hallelujah!
Come Peace of God Choir. They’ve done it again.
The Majesty and Glory of Your Name Choir. It will give you chills.
Lord I Want to be a Christian sung beautifully by the St. Andrew Choir. This a cappella presentation is pure and clean, and a pleasure to listen to.
Holy, Holy, Holy sung by the St. Andrew Choir. Awesome, awesome, awesome.
Imagine Piano Solo Just when you think Jim Cox cannot outdo himself, he creates the beauty of Imagine on his keyboard. Enjoy!
A Baby Changes Everything Dianne Dawson’s emotional tribute to Christmas and her newly christened daughter on Christmas Eve.
Sharon Scott’s powerful, spiritually profound performance. Note Sharon steps away from the microphone during “Someday At Christmas” to join hands with the congregation. We lost some audio feed but gained more of her wonderful presence. Adjust volume as needed.
Creation Will Be At Peace by the St. Andrew Choir with Jim Cox and John Maddox. We are well on our way to Vol 2 Music of St. Andrew.
I’ll Fly Away Medley by the St. Andrew Choir with Jim Cox and John Maddox. Put on your headphones and fly away.
The Air That I Breathe piano solo played by Jim Cox. Wonderful! You run out of Adjectives.
Somewhere In Time (Rachmaninoff’s 18th Variation on a theme by Paganini). Played exquisitely by Jim Cox.
We Shall Overcome with the powerful, soulful voice of Sharon Scott filling the sanctuary with emotion. Also, pay attention to the congregation providing Love In Action backup to Sharon. Wow!
People performed by Jim Cox on piano with John Maddox on percussion. Love in Action was palpable again at St. Andrew.
Chariots of Fire performed on Pentecost by Jim Cox on piano and John Maddox on the drums. Inspiration has never sounded so good!
Piano Solo: For the Newtown, Connecticut Victims and their Families.
Jim Cox’s stirring, poignant, piano solo the Sunday after the killings at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012.