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the extinguishing of the lights The Shadow of Betrayal (John 13:21-30) The Shadow of Desertion (Matthew 26:30-35) Garden Prayer���������������������������������������������������������������������������������Sandra Ford The Chancel Choir Amanda Smolek, soloist

Into the woods my Master came,

Spent, forspent with love and shame. Into the evening’s quiet peace, Bound in torment, wrapped in grief. Into the woods my Master came, Spend with love, forspent with shame. Into the trial yet to be, “Father, take this cup from me.”

Into the woods my Master came, Spent, forspent with love and shame. Into the evening hushed and still, Bearing then the garden’s chill. Into the woods my Master came, Spend with love, forspent with shame. Into the woods pleading tenderly, “Father, take this cup from me.”

Out of the woods my Master came, Content with death, content with shame. Out of the evening as ordained, Resigned to loneliness and pain. Out of the woods my Master came, Content with death, content with shame. Out of the evening came the Son. “Father, let Thy will be done.”

The Shadow of Vigil (Mark 14:32-42) The Shadow of Arrest (John 18:1-12) The First Word from The Seven Last Words of Christ�����������������������Théodore Dubois The Chancel Choir Stephen McCluskey and Nathan Munson, soloists

“Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.” And the people clamored: He is death guilty; Take him, take him, let us crucify him! Be his blood on us, and on our children! Then they did crucify Jesus, and the two thieves, One at his right hand, the other at His left hand.

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