THE PILGRIMAGE MASS
Music by Teresa Brown
Ideal for Music Groups, Schools and
Churches where everyone sings!
A Pilgrimage is a journey to a Holy Place.
Each part of this music is named after a place of Pilgrimage.
Lindisfarne Kyrie + Magdala Gloria +
Assisi Sanctus & Acclamations + Jerusalem Agnus Dei
A NEW SETTING OF MUSIC FOR THE MASS –
EASY TO LEARN TO SING –
WITH KEYBOARD – MELODY & GUITAR CHORDS –
SOLO INSTRUMENTS IN C & B flat –
THE PILGRIMAGE MASS BY TERESA BROWN
AVAILABLE HERE SOON AS A DOWNLOAD
Music, Prayer and Events from the music ministry of Teresa Brown
Devine Music publishes and promotes music, workshops and events by Teresa Brown, an ecumenical Catholic church musician, working as a director of music, composer, teacher and violinist with musicians and singers from many churches.
PRAYER AND PRAISE FOR NORTHAMPTON
Prayer & Praise for Northampton was hosted by
Northampton Cathedral on 5th November 2018.
No fireworks, just candles, praise & worship and lots to pray about.
Prayer & Praise for Northampton was then later hosted by
Churches Together in Northampton
“Unity is a journey, not a destination”
During the last few months,
Prayer and Praise for Northampton has been on a journey to Anglican, Baptist, Orthodox and Pentecostal churches in the town.
The music is usually led by singers and musicians from the host church. Recently we were inspired by the Romanian Orthodox Choir singing a beautiful hymn in their own language and the lively worship songs that followed were led by the Church of God of Prophecy.
We have prayed for various groups of churches working together in the town, for the work of organisations that help the homeless, for Northampton’s County Council and Borough Council, for the Christian Police Association and for Thy Kingdom Come.
The monthly Prayer and Praise for Northampton is an ideal opportunity to visit different churches, to sing and pray alongside other Christians and to pray about local issues.
“They are very special occasions, nothing in my previous experience has brought together Christians from so wide a spectrum of traditions.”
Revd Anne Davis, St Benedict’s Church
CHURCHES TOGETHER IN ENGLAND FORUM 2018
The FORUM was another amazing gathering of people engaged on the ecumenical journey, from 17-19 September at The Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick.
Links to the CTE 2018 FORUM
together with the Musician in Residence
and the Lords Prayer – musical piece commissioned for Forum
are on the Ecumenical Events page
The music and musicians reflected the diversity of the Forum.
L to R: Diana Stanbridge, vocals; Chris Becket drums; John Bowman piano; Noel Robinson, guitar & vocals; Rowena Bass, harp; Teresa Brown, violin.
This was inspired by a comment at another
Churches Together in England Conference!
Allotments are a great example of how
churches in one area might see the need
to get on better with their
next door neighbours.
See: God’s Garden of Allotments
WHAT’S GOOD ABOUT GOOD FRIDAY?
A new Walk of Witness
to Weston Favell Shopping Centre
on Good Friday 2017.
More details and photos
on the Ecumenical Events page
from Northampton Cathedral
Cathedral Choir Notes Summer 2016
CHRISTMAS FLASH MOB
at Weston Favell Shopping Centre
Link to YouTube here
AN ECUMENICAL CHOIR OF 50 SINGERS
from 23 different churches sang the
at Northampton Cathedral on 21st January 2015
during a very special service for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
Filling in the Sandwich
Featured in Music & Liturgy magazine
(the journal of the Society of St Gregory)
A simple way to help parish musicians to learn the musical priorities of singing the Mass, using three musical diets!
More on the Music Workshops page here.
Music workshops with Teresa Brown can be designed exclusively for your parish or deanery. For details, use the Contact page of this website to enquire.
MUSIC AND PRAYER
Listen music and pray for
PEACE IN THE WORLD here
Reflections with music, scripture and prayer,
lasting from 4-7 minutes.
Find all Music and Prayer Reflections here