During this time of being unable to gather together for worship in our sanctuary, it is our hope to bring to you each week two recordings of our St. Mark’s organ:

1) A setting of one of the appointed congregational hymns for each Sunday.

2) A favorite organ solo selection (prelude/postlude) from the many centuries of sacred classical music.

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“Praise God in His Sanctuary. Praise Him with the sound of the trumpet; Praise Him with the lute and harp! Praise Him with stringed instruments and flutes! Let everything that has breath praise the Lord!” from Psalm 150

All Hail The Power Of Jesus Name

I Call To Thee

Eternal Praise to the Lord

If You But Trust in God to Guide You

When Peace Like a River

Eternal Father Strong to Save

The Gift To Be Simple

When Morning Gilds The Skies

Crown Him With Many Crowns

Aria-Flor Peeters

Gaelic Tune – Great Is Thy Faithfulness

Festive Trumpet Tune

Gaelic Tune – Morning Has Broken

Amazing Grace, How Sweet the Sound

Lift High The Cross – Organ Variations

Lift High The Cross – Hymn

How Great Thou Art – Organ

Holy, Holy, Holy-Piet Post Variations for Organ

God Of Tempest, God Of Whirlwind

God Of Grace And God Of Glory

Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow

Sweet Hour of Prayer

O God Our Help In Ages Past – Manz

O God Our Help In Ages Past – Hymn

As The Deer Pants For The Water – Piano

Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God Almighty! – Organ

Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God Almighty! – Piano

I Know That My Redeemer Lives!

Savior Like a Shepherd – Organ

Savior Like a Shepherd – Piano

Crown Him With Many Crowns

I Know That My Redeemer Lives

The Rejoicing – Handel

Jesus Christ Is Risen Today

Royal Brass Music

All Glory Laud And Honor

Oh Sacred Head Now Wounded

Beneath The Cross Of Jesus

When I Survey the Wondrous Cross

Largo in G Major

What Wondrous Love Is this

Beautiful Savior King of Creation

Amazing Grace, How Sweet the Sound


Elegy in B Flat for Organ Solo