As the current health crisis continues to dominate our thoughts, and with many of us at home self-isolating, music remains a way we can continue to connect with each other, and can provide hope, solace, and joy during these difficult times. In the absence of live music in worship services, we’ve put together a special ‘Music for the Soul’ page that will continuously be updated with music and messaging that we hope brings you comfort and joy at home.

“Music speaks what cannot be expressed, soothes the mind, and gives it rest, heals the heart and makes it whole.” — Anonymous

Weekly Musical Meditation

Sit back and listen to some piano improvisation by our music director, Steven Webb, over two beautiful hymns for this week’s Weekly Musical Meditation. Check back weekly for new videos!

Precious Lord

Listen to this virtual performance of a beautiful version of Precious Lord, arranged and edited by our music director, Steven Webb.

Listen to our hearts

“Listen to our hearts”  Words and music by Steven Curtis Chapman and Geoff Moore.

About the artist

My name is Michael Eldridge. I’m a pharmacist by trade with a passion for singing. I’ve been blessed by God with the opportunity to share my love for the classic acapella hymns I grew up singing, and still sing today.

A gift of music from Steven Webb

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 I wrote and recorded the song “Spring” with my friend Shannon a few years ago; it’s about looking for hope in a difficult time and I would love to share it with the BUC community.  We originally wrote it about the difficulties of long winters in Winnipeg and emerging from that time into the wonder of spring, but the words work well during these difficult times.

Steven Webb , Composer | Collaborative Pianist | Audio Engineer

Steven Webb: Piano Moods While Self-Isolating

Our music director, Steven Webb has shared some beautiful piano music while self-isolating from home. He had the following message: “I so miss playing piano for all of you on Sunday mornings that I put a short video together of some songs I thought would be appropriate during this crisis. I hope it brings you some peace and joy during these difficult times. I hope to see you all again very soon! Stay safe.”

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