April 30, 2017

Lent Musical Devotions

Lent Musical Devotions…

by Steve Eulberg

Imagine this:  A twice-weekly email playing gentle music of instrumental ensembles featuring dulcimers, gentle vocals and guitars and videos with instrumental music, together with a message of preparation that is serene, clear-sighted and hope-filled–an anti-dote to the dazed Spring atmosphere that is the backdrop for LENT.

LENT is the 40-day season in the Christian tradition that precedes the celebration of Easter.  Traditionally in the church year this is a season of preparation for baptism, or a season of fasting and giving something up, or, for taking up a new discipline, a season of reflection, repentance and renewal of faith.

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Steve Eulberg Blog 2014-01-28 20:09:00

Celebration: Music Director’s Final Worship

SteveHeadshotFarWestSteve Eulberg, the Director of Music at LCM/CSU for the past 16 years, will be present to lead worship music for the final time on February 16, 2014 at 5:15 pm.  Please come and share in celebrating his service to the community.  Steve is leaving to join Pastor Connie in San Mateo, California at the end of February.
The community of Lutheran Campus Ministry at CSU has had a long tradition of a using variety of worship settings (the Lutheran Book of WorshipGatherThe Chicago Folk Mass).  It has also had a tradition of creating worship forms that served the community in their worship of God.  (e.g. St. Thomas Celebration).
In addition to being published in This Far By Faith, Worship DVD (AugsburgFortress), Chalice Praise (Chalice Press), and Upper Room Worshipbook(Abingdon) Eulberg has continued this tradition by creating several liturgical settings of music in use in worship at St. Thomas Chapel during his tenure:
St. Thomas Blessing & Praise was commissioned by LCM in 1998.
Hope for the Future (2008)
Sophia’s Dance (2009)
Anam Cara (Celtic Worship) (2010)
An Evangelical Lutheran Worship Setting (using selections of liturgical settings from the ELW.)
Several World Music Celebrations.
Several of these worship settings are in ecumenical use at congregations, camps and retreat settings across the USA and Canada, testimony to how the gifts of Campus Ministry continue enrich the entire church.
(this post originally appeared on the lcmcsu.org website)

Steve Eulberg Blog 2014-01-28 20:09:00

Celebration: Music Director’s Final Worship

SteveHeadshotFarWestSteve Eulberg, the Director of Music at LCM/CSU for the past 16 years, will be present to lead worship music for the final time on February 16, 2014 at 5:15 pm.  Please come and share in celebrating his service to the community.  Steve is leaving to join Pastor Connie in San Mateo, California at the end of February.
The community of Lutheran Campus Ministry at CSU has had a long tradition of a using variety of worship settings (the Lutheran Book of WorshipGatherThe Chicago Folk Mass).  It has also had a tradition of creating worship forms that served the community in their worship of God.  (e.g. St. Thomas Celebration).
In addition to being published in This Far By Faith, Worship DVD (AugsburgFortress), Chalice Praise (Chalice Press), and Upper Room Worshipbook(Abingdon) Eulberg has continued this tradition by creating several liturgical settings of music in use in worship at St. Thomas Chapel during his tenure:
St. Thomas Blessing & Praise was commissioned by LCM in 1998.
Hope for the Future (2008)
Sophia’s Dance (2009)
Anam Cara (Celtic Worship) (2010)
An Evangelical Lutheran Worship Setting (using selections of liturgical settings from the ELW.)
Several World Music Celebrations.
Several of these worship settings are in ecumenical use at congregations, camps and retreat settings across the USA and Canada, testimony to how the gifts of Campus Ministry continue enrich the entire church.
(this post originally appeared on the lcmcsu.org website)