Sunday July 26, 2020 Tunes and texts: Women in the Chapel Hymnal The chapel hymnal is unique in that is not published as a denominational hymn book. It contains tunes from a variety of faiths: Episcopalian, Methodist, Baptist, Presbyterian and Catholic. It has a table of contents which lists the numerous hymn indexes, a sample […]
Sunday July 19, 2020 Golden Crowns Around the Glassy Sea – The Chapel’s Most Popular Hymn. As I mentioned last week, the chapel hymnal focuses on great hymns of the Victorian era, many of which are not published in modern or even 20th century hymnals. Also, the hymnal is not affiliated with any particular denomination […]
Sunday, July 5, 2020 Although we aren’t together at Little Harbor Chapel this summer I wanted to keep in touch with a series about our chapel hymnal and the stories behind the hymns we sing every summer. The hymnal was published in 1925 and reprinted in 1934 when it became the chapel hymnal. The inscription […]
Sunday July 12, 2020 Hymn Inspiration from the Rhondda Valley. Milton S. Littlefield, the editor of the chapel hymnal, was a Presbyterian minister who near the end of his life became a Congregationalist minister. He preached, published and edited hymnals and wrote Sunday school teaching manuals. He was the president of the Hymn Society of […]
The LHC is gearing up for an exciting addition ahead of the 2020 season! Plans are underway to install air conditioning which will make the summer season more comfortable on the hottest days and heat which will greatly extend our wedding and event calendar into the cooler months!
Sunday August 25 11AM, Please join Reverend Robert H. Thompson for the last service of the 2019 season.
Sunday August 18 11AM, Please join Pastor DeWitt of Bethany Evangelical Covenant Church in Bedford NH
Sunday August 11, 11AM, Please join Rev. Dr. Lombard is the former Sr. Minister of North Church in Portsmouth, NH
Sunday August 4 11AM, Please join Rev. Dr. Peter Lovett, Christ Church United, UCC Lowell, MA
Sunday July 28, 11AM Please join Rev. Mary Edes, Past Minister UU Fellowship in Tamworth, NH, Hospice Chaplain and director of the Silver Lake Singers