A comprehensive history of the church.
A Journey of Hope by David Johnson, traces the history of the two churches founded by Edward Duffield Neill and the successors at Summit and Avon which since 1914, has been among the most well known and influential in American Presbyterianism.
By Anne H. Yuska and Richard L. Crone
A brief excerpt from The Forward: “As light shines from above through their images and dances across walls, pews, aisles and floor, the people depicted in these windows tell the story of our faith. In these pages, you will learn something about who they were. In discovering their stories, you are sure to discover something of your own story as well. ” The Rev. Dr. David A. Van Dyke, Pastor
Funds go towards future tours and special programing for Choir School.
This disk features the Motet Choir collaborating with the Bach Chamber Players of Saint Paul, harpist Min Kim along with organist Aaron David Miller and choirmaster Matthew Culluoton.
Featuring Nancy Lancaster, Organist
Featuring the 97-rank organ built by C.B. Fisk, Inc., 1979, the organ attributed to Ducroquet, 1852, and the Joseph Merklin organ of 1878. Recorded at The House of Hope Presbyterian Church, St. Paul, MN, November 1993.
Aaron David Miller plays J.S. Bach, Sweelinck, Mendelssohn and Improvises on The Pasi Organ, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lynnwood, WA.
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