Hancock United Church of Christ, Congregational

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Hancock Chancel Choir and Cantata Orchestra

Hancock Chancel Choir and Cantata Orchestra

Hancock Concert Series Presents:  ​Hancock Chancel Choir and Cantata Orchestra Morten Lauridsen: Lux Aeterna Vivaldi: Spring from the Four Seasons Sunday, May 15th at 9:45 a.m.  Hancock’s Chancel Choir will be accompanied by our 23 piece, professional Cantata Orchestra in Morten Lauridsen’s stunningly beautiful work Lux Aeterna. One of the most popular choral works of the past 20 years, this Grammy award winning piece is alternately reflective, soaring, and joyous as it celebrates those that have gone on before us and will be woven through the service. “This is truly...
Hancock Music CD

Hancock Music CD

We have a assembled a beautiful CD of music from many of the music groups here at Hancock, and it is now available! It includes music from the Choir, Carillon, Choristers, River Rock Band, and A Joyful Noyse. Wonderfully varied with music from classical to jazz and renaissance to contemporary, this is a great listen and a great way to share the wonderful music we have here at Hancock! Copies are free for visitors and sharing. We ask for a $10 donation from members if...
10th Annual Lexington Interfaith Choral Festival!

10th Annual Lexington Interfaith Choral Festival!

  UPDATE 3/31/2015: Due to snow, the Choral Festival was rescheduled for April 12, 3pm. LEXINGTON, MA—10 choirs from Lexington will be raising their voices together in the 10th Annual Lexington Choral Festival on Sunday, February 8th at 3:00 p.m. hosted by Hancock Church. This year’s Festival features choirs from 10 area churches and temples with over 200 singers participating. Admission is free and open to the public. The Lexington Choral Festival was first held February 26, 2006 at the First Baptist Church of Lexington....
The Cantata Fund

The Cantata Fund

Your Chance to Support Music at Hancock! Did you know that only a small portion of our Cantata Sundays is paid for out of our operating budget? The vast majority of the resources for these two special Sundays each year comes from the Barney Cantata Fund. This fund, established in honor of Kay Barney, is replenished each year through a mix of donations from individuals and proceeds from our Concert Series. If you enjoyed the service this past Sunday and would like to make future...
Morning Worship: 6th Sunday After Epiphany

Morning Worship: 6th Sunday After Epiphany

Feburary 16, 2014 6th Sunday After Epiphany This week in morning worship: Paul Shupe preaches sermon titled “Learning On the Everlasting Arms.” Matthew 8:23-27 One of the greatest, and most important facts about worship is that we can come into the sanctuary just as we are. We do not need to be dressed in any particular way; nor is there a test of faith that is prerequisite to attendance; nor does life have to be going along perfectly. No, we come, just as we are,...
Morning Worship: 3rd Sunday After Epiphany

Morning Worship: 3rd Sunday After Epiphany

January 26, 2014 This week in morning worship: Dana Allen Walsh Preaches 1 Corinthians 1:10 – 18 At first glance, our Scripture reading sounds like a babysitter trying to enforce a ceasefire among siblings. “Could you please just try to get along?” The apostle Paul writes after having received reports that the Corinthians have divided themselves up based on their favorite leader: “I belong to Apollos,” or “I belong to Cephas.”  In response, he urges them to be of “the same mind and the same...
The Passion: A Dramatic Re-telling, Sunday March 24th, 4:00pm

The Passion: A Dramatic Re-telling, Sunday March 24th, 4:00pm

Ancient, Contemporary, and Timeless: The Passion in Word and Music March 24th, 4:00pm Hancock Church, Lexington MA On Palm Sunday (March 24th) at 4:00 p .m. we will present a dramatic re-telling of the Passion story through music, scripture, and poetry. The Chancel Choir will join forces with a full orchestra, professional soloists, and a variety of readers to present this core story of our Christian belief in a new way. The concert will include music by Mozart, Bach, Haydn, Barber, Durufle, and more. The...