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Susan Millard Schwarz: “Communion Hymn”

Your Inspirational Song of the Week

August 7 - August 13, 2018

Communion Hymn

from

Gather Us In

Performed by Susan Millard Schwarz
Music by Greg Granoff
Lyrics from a poem by Mary Baker Eddy

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Communion Hymn, one of Mary Baker Eddy’s beloved poems known by congregations worldwide, is sensitively yet powerfully delivered by Susan Millard Schwarz, from a contemporary, traditional solo arrangement composed by Greg Granoff. Its timeless message reminds us of Jesus’s great gift to mankind: his selfless sharing of the power of truth through healing. Mrs. Eddy’s poem is a helpful reminder that this communion, symbolized by “the water, the bread, and the wine”, holds greater importance in its spiritual application than in the physical rituals associated with it. The song is off Susan’s album Gather Us In, a compilation of some of her favorite inspirational songs which include texts from a broad range of faith traditions.

About the Artist

Susan Millard Schwarz is frequently hailed for her interpretive abilities as a fine vocal artist. Her musicality is revealed through her vocal warmth and exquisite color, and also the sensitivity with which she shapes her melodic lines.

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“I got your CD yesterday evening. I listened to it twice last night, and early this morning before my Tuesday morning prayer group. It is so peaceful and has ministered to me.” —Carol Z. in Wilmore, KY

"The CD is wonderful ... great music choices—and your delivery superb." —Donna C. in Glenford, OH

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3 thoughts on “Susan Millard Schwarz: “Communion Hymn”

  1. Lovely voice. Uplifting, inspiring words and music. Great beginning for my day!

    1. Thank you, Norma. Susan is a fine vocalist and Greg Granof, the composer, is certainly one of our best composers. Glad you’re happy with your choice!

  2. Hello friends, liking the new format, easier to follow and utilize. Many heart-felt thanks, Ellen Clark Anderson

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