OSL’s Music Devotion Series
In this latest entry in OSL’s Music Devotion Series, Matthew Tylutki, Principal Organist, takes up trumpet and piano to present “Sonata for Trumpet and Piano, No. 2 Aria” by Flor Peeters.
In the latest entry in OSL’s Music Devotion Series, Matthew Tylutki, Principal Organist, performs “The Garden” by Larry Shackley, against a backdrop of images of OSL’s Healing Garden. You’ll find it here.
Denny Gale, OSL’s Celebrate Worship Coordinator, discusses the process for selecting songs for Celebrate worship services. He then introduces the song “Sing to the King,” by Billy James Foote, presented by the Celebrate Band in worship on November 24, 2019, and which...
In this eighth episode of OSL’s Music Devotion Series, Gene LeVasseur, OSL’s Director of Worship and Music, reflects on the worship experience before and, now, during COVID-19, with a focus on what we can do in worship, not what we can’t. Gene then introduces a...
In episode seven of OSL’s Music Devotion Series. Principal Organist Matthew Tylutki reflects on the five parables Jesus recounts in this week’s reading…and tells us about the harpsichord before performing “Les Barricades Mystérieuses” by François Couperin.
Here’s episode six of Weekly Music Devotion Series. OSL Principal Organist Matthew Tylutki reflects on Jesus’ Parable of the Sower, and Joyful Noize performs “Love Never Fails.”
In episode five of OSL’s Weekly Music Devotion Series, OSL members Julie Oien and Jeanne Carter discuss how God’s love and mercy extend to everyone, and play “Great Is Thy Faithfulness.”
In episode four of OSL’s Weekly Music Devotion Series, Gene LeVasseur, OSL’s Director of Worship & Music, talks about the Kingdom of Heaven, unity, and common ground...and even does a little singing!
In episode three of OSL’s Weekly Music Devotion Series, Deanna Wehrspann, OSL Music and Worship Professional, shares a brief devotion and spiritual related to this Sunday’s texts.
In episode two of OSL’s Weekly Music Devotion Series , Celebrate Band Coordinator Denny Gale shares a brief devotion related to this Sunday’s texts, then performs the song “What a Beautiful Name” by Brooke Lightwood and Ben Fielding.