Music

December 17th, 2015

“Beautiful, Beautiful” Reflections on Sacrifice

It was an honor last Sunday to sing for my church. I wrote this song (“Beautiful, Beautiful,” in case you missed it) in response to what God has been teaching me over the last few years – namely, to love freely and openly, even if that love is not reciprocated. Love and I have always […]

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July 7th, 2015

Welcome Charles McDonald!

We are very happy to welcome Charles McDonald to Ecclesia as interim Worship Director!  While new to the Ecclesia family, his friendship with a few Ecclesians attracted him to apply for this position.  He will lead worship for the first time at Ecclesia this coming Sunday, July 12.  He will also work directly with the Worship […]

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February 18th, 2015

Hope and Faith

This is a song I wrote one morning as a prayer. I frequently find myself waking up and needing a reminder of God’s love, and needing a push to get moving, and to give my day to pursuing the good things that God has for me to do. I hope that perhaps during Lent this […]

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December 3rd, 2014

Pick the Playlist: December

It is fast approaching everyone’s most loved/loathed season of the year, and this festive period always seems to heavily affect the music we hear around us. Typically during the month of December I’m doing my best to share my personal favourite Christmas albums and songs– such gems as Equivel’s compilation of holiday tunes; Merry Xmas […]

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October 28th, 2014

Come and Sing

This was a fun little project. Daley Hake and I went over to Greg’s home last week and filmed him recording this song live in his studio.  Pretty much every instrument/part was one take.  I think that makes 14 takes? The song is a Greg Jong original, and the band will be playing it this […]

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October 17th, 2014

October Playlist

If you’ve been to Ecclesia on Sunday more than once recently you may have noticed that we’ve essentially been using the same playlist of background music for way too long, and it has got a little tired. Please don’t misunderstand me; the tracks on there are good, but definitely overplayed at this stage. So, we’re […]

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