St. John's Cathedral - Jacksonville Florida
The Episcopal Church in the United States of America
The Very Rev. Edward H Harrison, Jr., Dean of Florida
John Barry, Organist/Choirmaster (on vacation and continuing education) 
Richard Fair, assistant director 
Janet Schmidt, associate organist
Saturday, August 31, 2002 - Hymnal 1982

11:00am - Burial of the Dead
(Thomas Alexander Streets)
Cathedral Choir
Prelude Johann Sebastian Bach
Chorale Prelude on
"Lord Jesus Christ, Be Present Now"
Prelude tune: Go Down, Moses #648 "When Israel was in Egypt's land"
(arranged for organ)
Prelude George Oldroyd
Le Prie - Dieu
Prelude Margrethe Hokanson Improvisation on
"Children of the Heavenly Father"
Prelude Robin Milford
Chorale Prelude on "St. Columba", Op. 14
Prelude Thomas A Streets
Excerpt from "Paul And The Boys"
1) O sing unto the Lord a new song (Psalm 96)
Richard McKenna, recorder
Introit John E West
Hide me under the shadow of Thy wings
(CT Wagner C-067011)
Hymn tune: Eventide #662 "Abide with me, fast falls the eventide"
Hymn tune: St. Columba #645 "The King of love my shepherd is"
Anthem arr H T Burleigh Deep river
Cynthia Valentine, soprano
Offering John Goss
If we believe that Jesus died
Sanctus David Hurd
(b 1950)
Acclamation adapted Bruce E Ford
(b 1947)
Fraction adapted Mason Martens
(b 1933)
Communion Henry Walford Davies
Blessed are the pure in heart
Psalm chant: Henry Walford Davies #121 "I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills"
(with "Requiem Aeternam")
Sarah Sasen, soprano
Richard Campbell, baritone
Communion Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
Sicut Cervus
Communion tune: New Britain #671 "Amazing grace!"
Bill Streets, baritone

Interment followed immediately after the service in the Bishop's Garden.

Thomas was a long time member of the Cathedral Choir, and an occasional associate organist.  The prelude that Thomas wrote was from the musical "Paul And The Boys", which he co-wrote with librettist Gustave Weltsek III.  More can be found at:

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