Sunday, February 03, 2013

"Who Am I"

Beautifully song and beautiful photos of nature.

Since most conservative Mennonite and Amish churches sing only acapella hymns in their churches, it is not surprising to find that there are numerous Mennonite and Amish acapella choirs, quartets, and family singing groups. Most of these groups sing in simple four-part harmony.

Altar of Praise Chorale is a mixed acapella group, comprised of some of the best male and female singers in the conservative Anabaptist world. Members of the group come from various Anabaptist backgrounds: Beachy Amish, Mennonite, and Charity Christian Fellowship.

Acapella Hymn "WHO AM I?"
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linda eller said...

Thank you for posting that beautiful song this morning. It begins my day with a prayer and a tear.

ChrisJ said...

Beautiful!! Had a little trouble getting the link to work but finally got it and it was worth it!

Jackie said...

Their voices blend so beautifully...the expressiveness of the Altar of Praise Chorale is lovely. Thank you so much for sharing that link with me. It blessed me to go there this evening, listen to "Who Am I" and look at the beauty that God created. The Lord is worthy of all of our praise.
Thank you again, Patty.

Patti said...

This is beautiful. Thank you for sharing with us.