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Norman Elliott

Person Name: Norman Elliott, 1893- Matching Instances: 1 Author of "Seek Ye First the Kingdom" in Hymns for Youth

Sylvia G. Dunstan

1955 - 1993 Matching Instances: 1 Author of "When a Star Is Shining" in Voices United After a brief, arduous battle with liver cancer, Canadian Sylvia Dunstan died in 1993 at the age of 38. For thirteen years, Dunstan had served the United Church of Canada as a parish minister and prison chaplain. She is remembered by those who knew her for her passion for those in need, her gift of writing, and her love of liturgy. Sing! A New Creation

John A. Dalles

b. 1954 Matching Instances: 1 Author of "Come to Tend God's Garden" in The New Century Hymnal Born: Sep­tem­ber 13, 1954, Pitts­burgh, Penn­syl­van­ia. A lifelong Pres­by­ter­i­an, John Dalles has lived in Pitts­burgh, Coates­ville, Lan­cas­ter, and State Coll­ege, Penn­syl­van­ia; and South Bend, In­di­a­na. He re­ceived the Ba­che­lor of Sci­ence in Ar­chi­tect­ure from Penn­syl­van­ia State in 1976. While en­gaged in a se­mes­ter abroad in Pet­worth, Eng­land, he sensed a call to the min­is­try. An ar­chi­tect­ur­al de­sign­er be­fore di­vin­i­ty stu­dies, he re­ceived the Mas­ter of Di­vin­ity from Lan­cas­ter The­o­lo­gic­al Sem­in­a­ry in 1982. Dur­ing sem­in­a­ry, he served as a re­source con­sult­ant for the orig­in­al Par­ish Re­source Cen­ter in Lan­cas­ter. Ordained in High­land Pres­by­ter­i­an Church, Lan­cas­ter, on Au­gust 1, 1982, John’s first call was to serve the First Pres­by­ter­i­an Church of South Bend, In­di­a­na, as as­so­ci­ate pas­tor. Re­spons­i­bil­i­ties there in­clud­ed wor­ship lead­er­ship and preach­ing, ad­min­is­tra­tion of mis­sion and me­mor­i­al en­dow­ment dis­burse­ment for mis­sion (over $130,000 an­nu­al­ly), min­is­ter for ed­u­ca­tion and pas­tor­al care (Di­a­con­ate), co­ord­in­at­or of new mem­ber out­reach and staff li­ai­son to the church owned res­i­dent camp. He served the area coun­cil of re­li­gious or­gan­iz­a­tions, was a mem­ber of the Wor­ship Task Force and Di­sci­ple­ship/Church Life Com­mit­tee of Wa­bash Val­ley Pres­by­te­ry, mem­ber and awards chair­man of the St. Jo­seph Coun­ty Schol­ar­ship Foun­da­tion, and found­ing mem­ber of Notre Dame Ci­vi­tan and the South Bend, In­di­a­na, Hab­i­tat for Hu­man­i­ty. In De­cem­ber 1986, Dalles was called to Fox Cha­pel Pres­by­ter­i­an Church, Pitts­burgh, Penn­syl­van­ia, where his du­ties in­clud­ed wor­ship lead­er­ship and preach­ing, pro­gram­ming for spir­it­u­al growth, con­gre­ga­tion­al life, ad­min­is­tra­tion of pas­tor­al care, adult ed­u­ca­tion, Ste­phen Min­is­try, and new mem­ber out­reach (with an­nu­al mem­ber­ship in­creas­es of 100 or more). In May 1994, Dalles received the Doc­tor of Min­is­try de­gree from Pitt­sburgh The­o­lo­gic­al Sem­in­a­ry for his work in the ar­ea of pas­tor­al lead­er­ship in the mul­ti­-staff church. While at Fox Cha­pel, he in­sti­tut­ed an an­nu­al com­mun­i­ty pray­er break­fast, served on the Pres­by­te­ry’s Prepa­ra­tion for Min­is­try Com­mit­tee, and as li­ai­son to an ar­ea re­hab­ilita­tion cen­ter. He wrote and edited In Life and Death We Be­long to God, the Pres­by­ter­i­an Church (U.S.A.) stu­dy re­source on end-of-life is­sues. Since May 1997, Dalles has served as pas­tor and head of staff of We­ki­va Pres­by­ter­i­an Church, Or­lan­do, Flor­i­da, an ac­tive and grow­ing con­gre­ga­tion in its 26th year. Ac­comp­lish­ments dur­ing his pas­tor­ate have in­clud­ed a ma­jor cap­it­al and fa­cil­i­ties ex­pansion, growth in new mem­bers, and the im­ple­ment­a­tion of new staff­ing and pro­grams at ev­ery le­vel of the con­gre­ga­tion’s life. He has chaired the The­ol­o­gy and Wor­ship Com­mit­tee of Cen­tral Flor­i­da Pres­by­te­ry for the past three years. Dalles has writ­ten num­er­ous ar­ti­cles and ma­ny pub­lished hymn texts. His hymns "Come, O Spir­it" and "God Bless Your Church with Strength!" are in the 1990 Pres­by­ter­i­an Hym­nal. His lyr­ics are al­so in: The New Cen­tu­ry Hym­nal, The Mo­rav­i­an Book of Wor­ship, Wor­ship To­ge­ther (Men­non­ite Breth­ren), The Co­ve­nant Hym­nal (Evan­gel­ica­l Co­ven­ant Church), The Book of Praise (Pres­by­ter­i­an Church in Ca­na­da) and The Aus­tral­ian Book of Praise II. He has written anniversary hymn texts, in­clud­ing: Pres­by­ter­i­an Heritage Sun­day, Augsburg, Goshen, Maryville, Tusculum, Wilson and Knox Coll­eges, Amer­i­can Un­i­ver­si­ty, Pittsburgh and Lancaster Seminaries, Peachtree Pres­by­ter­i­an Church, the Lu­ther­an World Federa­tion and the Pres­by­ter­i­an Associa­tion of Mu­sicians. A mem­ber of the Hymn Society, he has been listed in na­tional and world editions of Who’s Who since 1997. Two of his an­thems are on a CD by com­pos­er Bob Moore en­ti­tled "Like a Whis­per in the Heart." His other works in­clude: Swift Cur­rents and Still Wa­ters (Chi­ca­go, Il­li­nois: GIA Pub­li­ca­tions, 2000) Lyrics-- As Christ the Lit­tle Child­ren Blessed Bless the Ones Who Nur­ture Child­ren Change Your Church, O God, to Be Come, O Spir­it God Bless the Work Your Peo­ple Do God, Bless Your Church with Strength! God Is the One Who Calls God, Re­new Us by Your Spir­it! May God’s Love Be Fixed Above You O God of Love, Grant Us Your Peace O Seek the Lord in Pray­er © The Cyber Hymnal™ (

H. Glen Lanier

1925 - 1978 Matching Instances: 1 Author of "Love Ye One Another" in Nine Hymns for Human Relations Day Lanier, H. Glen. (Welcome, Davison County, North Carolina, December 12, 1925--September 9, 1978, Statesville, N.C.). Pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Thomasville, N.C. Received his A.B. degree from High Point College in 1945 and his B.D. degree from Duke University Divinity School in 1949. --The Hymn Society, DNAH Archives =========================== The author of some three hundred poems . . . Several of these poems have been published including one in the National Anthology of Poems of Colleges and Universities. --Five New Hymns for Youth by Youth , 1955. Used by permission.

María Eugenia Cornou

b. 1969 Person Name: María Eugenia Cornou, b. 1969 Matching Instances: 1 Translator of "At the Name of Jesus (Ante el dulce nombre del Señor Jesús)" in Santo, Santo, Santo

Nylea L. Butler-Moore

Matching Instances: 1 Composer (descant) of "KING'S WESTON" in The United Methodist Hymnal Music Supplement II Nylea L. Butler-Moore, the nationally recognized Methodist composer and writer. She is the music director at Trinity United Methodist Church in Idaho Falls, Idaho, and the youth editor of the Church Music Workshop magazine, published by Abingdon Press in Nashville, Tennessee. She also edits Jubilate, a newsletter for Methodist musicians. She received her bachelor of music from the University of Tennessee in 1982 and a master of church music with a choral conducting emphasis from the Scarrit-Graduate School in 1985. Her interest in music education took her to the Southeastern Massachusetts University for two graduate courses in the Kodaly music education method. With such a solid music preparation, it is no wonder to see her as a leader in the Methodist music circles and, happily for the Roman Catholic scene, for the Catholic churches in the United States. The charm of her music promises to enhance Catholic liturgy even more now as her compositions become more available to the parish musician through GIA's contining ecumenical spectrum.


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