Lutheran Church of the Master

Welcoming All People to a Traditional and Transforming Community of Faith

 Sunday Schedule

10:00 - 10:30 AM Bible Study

10:30 - 11:00 AM Coffee and Donuts

11:00 - 12:15 AM Worship Service

Holy Communion Every Sunday

12:15 - 1:15 PM Fellowship Brunch

 

VALENTINE'S DAY CONCERT

February 14th 2012, The Lutheran Church of the Master soloists presented a humorous concert of musical theater favorites from And the World Goes Around, Avenue Q, Guys & Dolls, Hairspray, Into the Woods, Spamalot and other well-loved musicals.  The songs aimed at showing us the lighter side of love.

On the Street Where You Live
Text: Alan Jay Lerner
Music: Frederick Loewe
Griffith Frank, Tenor

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I'd Rather Be Sailing
Text: William Finn
Music: William Finn
Sergey Khalikulov, Bass

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All Saints Sunday Festival Worship

November 4th 2012, Alfred V Fedak's work For Us the Living - A Requiem fully acknowledges the twin realities of death and grief.  Fedak says For Us the Living - A Requiem "is meant serve as a grateful affirmation of the gift of life, and as an expression of comfort, consolation, hope, and encouragement to all who have suffered loss.  It is, quite literally, a requiem for us, the living."

For Us the Living - A Requiem; I, II, III
Music: Alfred V Fedak
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For Us the Living - A Requiem; Valediction
Music: Alfred V Fedak
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20th Anniversary Organ Concert

May 5th 2013, Lutheran Church of The Master celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Schantz organ with a festive concert featuring the LCM Choir and organists Ty Woodward, Weicheng Zhao, and David York. A highlight of the concert was the Los Angeles premiere of The Butterfly Lovers, a beautifully evocative transcription for organ and violin depicting a 1000 year-old Chinese love story often regarded as the Chinese equivalent of Romeo and Juliet. The work was transcribed and performed by Weicheng and his violinist wife Fang

David York, Organist
Sonata II: Allegro Maestoso e Vivace
Music: Felix Mendelssohn

MENDELSSOHN’S ELIJAH

The choir and soloists of Lutheran Church of The Master presented Felix Mendelssohn’s oratorio “Elijah” on Sunday, June 7, 2015 as part of the morning worship service.  Soloists included Baritone Ryan Thorn as Elijah and sopranos Tina Appel, Katie Bruton & Aubrey Scarr, Mezzo Soprano Alexis Wesley, Tenors Daniel Cheng & Greg Sliskovich and Baritone Zac Biggs.

Mendelssohn set the biblical story of Elijah to music in 1846.  The 9th century prophet Elijah was one of the most dramatic figures in the Old Testament.  He is remembered for defending the worship of Yahweh over the Canaanite idol Baal, for being taken up to heaven in a whirlwind and for convincing God to perform miracles such as raising the dead and bringing down fire from sky.

Help, Lord
Music: Elijah By Felix Mendelssohn
 

Ye People, Rend Your Hearts & If With All Your Hearts
Music: Elijah By Felix Mendelssohn
Daniel Cheng, Tenor

Cast Thy Burdens upon the Lord
Music: Elijah By Felix Mendelssohn

For the Mountains Shall Depart
Music: Elijah By Felix Mendelssohn
Ryan Thorn, Bass