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Advent/Christmas Communion Song by Nick Baty
A simple Communion Processional with text drawn from Isaiah. This song can be used throughout Advent and then, with a slight tweak of the words, during the Christmas season. For cantor, assembly and keyboard with optional choir, instruments in C and Bb and guitar. £1.50. For instant digital download, click here.

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Blessing Cup Ps 115 (116) by Nick Baty
Written as a responsorial psalm for Maundy Thursday, this could be used as a communion processional. The assembly sings an ostinato refrain (How can I repay the Lord for all the goodness he shows me?) while the cantor superimposes verses from Psalm 115. Scored for cantor, assembly, keyboard (optional guitar) and with optional parts for one or two C instruments. (See also, How can I thank him, below.) £1.25
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Come to the Altar (Ps 41) by Nick Baty
Communion Song scored for cantor, assembly and guitar/keyboard and optional choir. (Available from 01 March, 2017)

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How Can I Thank Him? Ps 115 (116) by Nick Baty
Maundy Thursday psalm which might also be used for the communion procession. (See also, Blessing Cup, above) A simple setting for cantor, assembly and keyboard. £1.25

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In the house of the Lord Ps 26(27) and 22(23) by Nick Baty
Communion Song for cantor, assembly and guitar/keyboard and optional choir. (Available from 01 March, 2017)

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I will be with you (Matthew 28 and John 14) by Nick Baty
Originally for Easter Sundays 5 and 6, the text of this Communion Song may make it suitable for Ascension, Pentecost and End of Year. The text speaks of comfort, with words taken from Matthew 28 and John 14. Scored for cantor, assembly and keyboard/guitar. £1.50. For instant digital download, click here.

O my soul
(Pss 84, 145) by Nick Baty
With two sets of verses, this is a Communion Song for Advent and general use. Scored for cantor, assembly and keyboard.
(Available from 01 March, 2017)

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On bread alone (Matthew 4 and John 6, 14) by Nick Baty
A Communion Song for Lent and general use, particularly when the Gospel speaks of the Word of God. The is text drawn from Matthew 4 and John 6 and 14. On bread alone was originally written for three-part (SAB) choir with assembly refrain. A keyboard/guitar accompaniment has been added so the piece can be led by a cantor. However, the choir parts work with the keyboard allowing the song to be used in a variety of ways. £1.50. For instant digital download, click here.

Shepherd me, Lord Ps 22 (23) by Nick Baty
A simple setting for cantor, assembly and keyboard with optional flute part. £1.00

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Taste and See (Ps 33) by Nick Baty
A Communion Song for general use, with words adapted from Psalm 33(34). May also be suitable for Sacred Heart and Ss Peter & Paul. Scored for cantor, assembly and keyboard/guitar with optional flute. £1.50. For instant digital download, click here.

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We shall see Jesus (Mark 16 and Pss 15,33) by Nick Baty
Communion Song for Easter 1-3 when the Gospel tells of Jesus seen by Mary, his apostles and the disciples on the road to Emmaus. May also be suitable for End of Year. The refrain comes from Mark 26 and the verse are drawn from Psalms 15(16) and 33(34). Scored for cantor, assembly and guitar/keyboard. £1.50. For instant digital download, click here.

With the Lord there is mercy
(Psalm 129) by Nick Baty
A Communion Song for Lent (Available from 01 March, 2017)

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You are the living bread (John 6 and Ps 137) by Nick Baty
Communion Song for Corpus Christi, All Saints, All Souls and End of Year. The refrain come from John 6 and the verses are drawn from Psalm 137(138). Scored for cantor, assembly and keyboard.£1.50. For instant digital download, click here.

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You who are weary (Matthew 11, Ps 41) by Nick Baty
A Communion Song for Sacred Heart, All Saints and All Souls, as well as for general use. The refrain is taken from Matthew 11 and the verses are drawn from Psalm 41/42. The words speak of mercy and rest so You who are weary may also be suitable for funerals. Scored for cantor, assembly and keyboard/guitar with optional flute. £1.50. For instant digital download, click here.