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Original

Do Not Leave Your Cares At the Door. Elizabeth Alexander. A Cappella sheet music. Beginning.

Translation

Do Not Leave Your Cares At the Door. Elizabeth Alexander. A Cappella sheet music. Beginning.

Original

Do Not Leave Your Cares At the Door composed by Elizabeth Alexander. For Mixed Chorus. SATB choir a cappella. Community Chorus, High School Chorus, Concert Music, Church Choir-Anthem. Sacred-Special Church Events-Building Dedication, Welcome, Forgiveness, Worship & Praise, Choral. Moderately Easy. Octavo. Text language. English. Duration 3 minutes. Published by Seafarer Press. SF.SEA-071-00. With Text language. English. Sacred-Special Church Events-Building Dedication, Welcome, Forgiveness, Worship & Praise, Choral. Welcome and acceptance are at the heart of this warm choral offering, served up in a feast of old-time gospel with an embracing "Amen. " A powerful concert opener, call to worship, or building dedication song. Effective as a concert opener, call to worship, or building dedication. Text. Do not leave your cares at the door. Do not leave them there when you come into this place. Be open to forgiveness and transformation - Come on in. you are welcome here. And do not leave your cares at the door. Bring your pain and sorrow and joy, There's a place for them upon the altar of life. Be open to forgiveness and transformation - Come on in. you are welcome here. And do not leave your cares at the door. This is a place of grace, Of losing and finding the way upon the winding road, Meeting and parting, Stumbling and starting over. Every journey is sacred here, even yours. Do not leave your cares at the door. Do not leave them there when you come into this place. Be open to forgiveness and transformation - Come on in. you are welcome here. And do not leave your cares at the door. Amen. Original poem copyright 1997 by Norman V. Naylor. Adapted text copyright 2006 by Elizabeth Alexander, for use in musical setting only.

Translation

Do Not Leave Your Cares At the Door composed by Elizabeth Alexander. For Mixed Chorus. SATB choir a cappella. Community Chorus, High School Chorus, Concert Music, Church Choir-Anthem. Sacred-Special Church Events-Building Dedication, Welcome, Forgiveness, Worship. Moderately Easy. Eighth. Text language. English. Duration 3 minutes. Published by Seafarer Press. SF.SEA-071-00. With Text language. English. Sacred-Special Church Events-Building Dedication, Welcome, Forgiveness, Worship. Welcome and acceptance are at the heart of this warm choral offering, served up in a feast of old-time gospel with an embracing "Amen. " A powerful concert opener, call to worship, or building dedication song. Effective as a concert opener, call to worship, or building dedication. Text. Do not leave your cares at the door. Do not leave them there when you come into this place. Be open to forgiveness and transformation - Come on in. you are welcome here. And do not leave your cares at the door. Bring your pain and sorrow and joy, There's a place for them upon the altar of life. Be open to forgiveness and transformation - Come on in. you are welcome here. And do not leave your cares at the door. This is a place of grace, Of losing and finding the way upon the winding road, Meeting and parting, Stumbling and starting over. Every journey is sacred here, even yours. Do not leave your cares at the door. Do not leave them there when you come into this place. Be open to forgiveness and transformation - Come on in. you are welcome here. And do not leave your cares at the door. Amen. Original poem copyright 1997 by Norman V. Naylor. Adapted text copyright 2006 by Elizabeth Alexander, for use in musical setting only.