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In the Breaking of Bread

In the breaking of bread

Author: Richard K. Carlson, 1956-
Tune: EMMAUS
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Richard K. Carlson, 1956-

Rev. Richard K. Carlson received his master’s of divinity degree from Bethel University Seminary in Arden Hills, Minn. and he is an ordained minister of the Evangelical Covenant Church in Chicago, Ill. Carlson has served as a producer, composer and pastor. He has written hundreds of hymns and songs, and produced scores of live conference events for children, teens and adults. He is also known as “Mr. Quigley” from the award-winning children’s video series “Quigley’s Village.” Carlson and his wife, Pat, will be moving to Ocean City in November and look forward to being a part of the community. They have two grown children, Kyle and Kelsey, who both live in Minneapolis, Minn. As president and CEO, Carlson will develop i… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: In the breaking of bread
Title: In the Breaking of Bread
Author: Richard K. Carlson, 1956-
Meter: Irregular
Copyright: © 1989 Hark! Productions, Inc.

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The Covenant Hymnal #571

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