The 'Community of Celebration is an Episcopalian organisation established in the 1960s in the United Kingdom, with its origins even earlier at the Church of the Redeemer in Houston, Texas. Today it is based near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. There is a long tradition of worship music, some of which has been released on CD.

Some of their music was created and performed in the 1960s and 1970s by a band called "The Fisherfolk".

CDs Edit

  • Amazing grace
  • Be Like Your Father
  • Celebrate the Feast
  • Celebrate the Whole of It
  • Come celebrate! (6 CD set)
  • Come Follow
  • Cry Hosanna
  • Freedom is coming!
  • Fresh Sounds
  • Gather Together
  • God Is For Me
  • God, Make Us Your Family
  • God's People Give Thanks
  • Hey Kids, Do You Love Jesus?
  • How Sweet the Sound!
  • I’m Gonna Run, Run, Run
  • In the Presence of Your People
  • Isn't it Good!
  • Joy in the Morning
  • Let Our Praise Be as Incense
  • Listen ... Open to the Call
  • Lo! He Comes
  • Love Divine
  • On Tiptoe
  • Rejoice with the Fisherfolk
  • Rest Awhile
  • Sing Praise with the Fisherfolk
  • Sing the Word with the Fisherfolk
  • Songs in the Night
  • Sound of Living Waters
  • Sweet Water
  • The Joy of Christmas
  • Travelin' Home
  • Wake Up! - to sing the praise of Jesus
  • What Child is This?
  • Worship Around the World
  • Worship in Concert
  • Worship with the Fisherfolk
  • Zacchaeus, Get Down

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