Music of the Month: The Wind Blows Where It Wills

May 5, 2020 Nathan Grime

This year, May 31 is Pentecost Sunday, the day the Church celebrates the Holy Spirit coming to the disciples after Christ's resurrection and ascension. In preparation for the day and coming season of Pentecost, a new piece by Rev. Stephen P. Starke and Jacob B. Weber has been released. The piece includes a beautiful, lyrical melody and an optional flute part, which adds variety and structure to the tune. 

On the Day of Pentecost, Jesus’ apostles were together in a house when a rush of wind from heaven filled the space. Then tongues of fire appeared above the apostles’ heads, and they were filled with the Holy Spirit. They went out to Jerusalem, speaking many different languages, and witnessed to people of all nations who were there (Acts 2:1–11).

Starke’s text is especially appropriate for the Day of Pentecost and the season following it as it reads: 

Previous Article
Uniting Church Hymns throughout Time and Place
Uniting Church Hymns throughout Time and Place

This summer, One and All Rejoice, a new children’s hymnal for K–8 students, will be released. Th...

Next Flipbook
CPH Music Catalog | 2020-2021
CPH Music Catalog | 2020-2021

Browse CPH Music's 2020 list, with 24 choral pieces, 26 keyboard pieces, and 12 handbell pieces.

Browse all Music Products

Shop Now