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Christ Is Atonement, the Paschal Victiom

Christ is atonement, the Paschal Victim

Author: Patrick Wedd
Tune: CHRIST IS ATONEMENT
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Patrick Wedd

Patrick Wedd was an organist and choral conductor. He was born in Simcoe, Ontario. By the age of twelve he was organist and choir director in his church. He studied at the University of Toronto and U.B.C. He was music director at Vancouver's Christ Church Cathedral. In 1986 he moved to Montreal and served at Church os Saint Andrew and Saint Paul from 1986-1992, at the Church of St. John the Evangelist from 1992-1996, and at Christ Church Cathedral from 1996 to 2018. He also directed the Tudor Singers and Musica Orbium, a semi-professional choir he founded. Dianne Shapiro, from www.cbc.ca article accessed 5/24/2019 Go to person page >

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Common Praise (1998) #243

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