Saturday, August 29
Notre Dame Folk Choir singing “Christ Be Our Light”
Chopin “Minute Waltz” played by Larry Scalfari
Organ Stop Pizza interview with Brett Valliant organist and song
World-renowned composer Dan Forrest will deliver a message and play his arrangement of “How Great Thou Art” on the piano.
Saturday, September 5
Encore From April 18, 2020
Mark Zwilling playing “Trumpet Tune” by David German
Interview and song by St. Andrew Evensong Musician Justin Bullis
A beautiful rendition of “It Is Well with My Soul” from First Plymouth Congregational Church in Lincoln Nebraska.
Saturday, September 12
Encore From April 25, 2020
The Brooklyn Tabernacle singing “My Life Is In Your Hands”
Organ Solo by Larry Scalfari
David Britt playing “Garden Steps by Andrew York
Hymns “Amazing Grace” and How Great Thou Art”.
Saturday, September 19
Encore From May 2
The hymn “I Love You Lord” led by a quartet from the choir. Local musician Caleb Collins playing the piano and singing. Mark Zwilling playing “Try To Remember” in memoriam to Alex Cline, Eleanor Jones and Ruth O’Neal.
Saturday, September 26
Hymn #407 Close to Thee sung by choir chaplain Shari Repinski
A look behind the scenes for taping worship
A video greeting from the 120 voice adult choir of St. Andrew
A highly produced video with Mark Zwilling playing the “Moonlight Sonata” by Beethoven with images of the fall colors.
Saturday, October 3
Encore From May 9, 2020
The hymn “Great is Thy Faithfulness”
Roger Frame Poem accompanied by Mark Zwilling
Organ solo by Larry Scalfari and High School Senior Paige Blosser singing “Mama A Rainbow”
Saturday, October 10
Encore From May 16
Hymn “Come Christians Join to Sing”
Cynthia Norman message and Cello solo
Mark Zwilling playing a part of “Bridge Over Troubled Water” then the group called Voice Play singing “Bridge Over Troubled Water”
Saturday, October 17
Encore From May 23, 2020
Mark Zwilling playing “Morning Has Broken”
Hymn “holy, Holy, Holy”
Special Memorial Day video with beautiful images, Kathleen Wiseman-Soloist and Larry Scalfari on organ
Saturday, October 24
A hymn led by a quartet in the choir
Rev. Mark Feldmeir will talk about his love of the composer Serge Rachmaninoff
Concert pianist Yuja Wang will play a piece by Rachmaninoff
Larry Scalfari will play “Adagio for Strings” by composer Samuel Barber
Mark Miller, who is a famous United Methodist song writer, will sing a song from his home in New Jersey.
Saturday, October 31
A Halloween special from Mark Z., Larry S. and Vinny
One of the special moments will be the Toccata and Fugue by J. S. Bach on the organ, known for being the “Song of Halloween”.
Saturday, November 7
Encore From July 4, 2020
Nicole Dubler singing “America the Beautiful”
Susan Brasel singing God Bless America. Mark Zwilling will play the “Star Spangled Banner”
Retired Marine Mike Krittenbrink will talk about his time in the service.
Jeff Emanuel will play taps from the Veterans Memorial in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.
Saturday, November 14
Encore From May 30, 2020
Organ tour of the Hybrid Pipe Organ at St. Andrew UMC.
Saturday, November 21
Encore From June 6, 2020
Cindy Klick and a few High School Seniors do a video greeting to folk
We sing the hymn “Seek Ye First”
Larry Scalfari plays Debussy’s Claire De Lune
A special message from Bishop Karen Oliveto
Saturday, November 28
Natalie Wren will sing “Be Not Afraid”
Jenn Kloeppel will talk about what led her to be passionate about Outreach
Mark Zwilling will play Cannon in D
We will here a special performance of “Ain’t No grave” by the Wartenburg College choir. This rendition uses ASL sign language as a choral experience
Saturday, December 12
Earlier this year we did a survey of St. Andrew’s favorite hymns and produced a program called “Simply Hymns” that had over a thousand views.
This fall we will ask the congregation “What is your favorite carol?” and will produce a program featuring the favorite carols of the congregation.
It will be broadcast twice – December 12 and December 23.