15 February 2021 Scattered Yet Together

Scattered Yet Together, Sung By Kristin Frazer (6 verses)

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Singer : Kristin Frazer

Scattered Yet Together is sung here by accomplished musician and Virgin Islander, Kristin Frazer who began her singing career at an early age. She has appeared on CD recordings with multiple Virgin Island gospel artists and has also displayed her vocal talents through live performances as a back-up singer with Gospel Caribbean Legend Carlene Davis and American Gospel Singer Kim Burrell.

“Scattered Yet Together” is one of a series of hymns written by Virgin Island author, Verna Penn Moll which was sung in a number of churches around the world at its launch for year-a-pentecost 2020. The original hymn tune “Herdswick” was written especially for the by Richard M S Irwin (b. 1955).

Scattered Yet Together : Lyrics

Meter 67 67 6.

1. Scattered, yet together,
We have come to worship You.
Scattered, yet together,
For we know Your word is true!
Word is true! Word is true!

2. Scattered, yet together,
We approach the mercy throne.
Scattered, yet together,
We seek You, and You alone!
You alone! You alone!

3. Scattered, yet together,
Our hearts are low with grief.
Scattered, yet together,
We await Your sweet relief.
Sweet relief! Sweet relief!

4. Scattered, yet together,
Amidst moments of despair.
Scattered, yet together,
You will answer fervent prayer!
Fervent prayer! Fervent prayer!

5. Scattered, yet together,
We hear Your gentle whisper:
My peace I give to you,
I will forsake You never.
Give My peace! Give My peace!

6. Scattered, yet together,
We receive Your Holy Breath.
Scattered, yet together,
New life without knowing death.
Holy Breath! Holy Breath!

Lyrics © 2020 Verna Penn Moll. All Rights Reserved.

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“Scattered Yet Together” is one of a series of Hymns written by Virgin Island author, Verna Penn Moll. It was inspired by the global chaos surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. It refers to families and friends being separated by the lockdown rules, but who were able to come together for worship through on-line services.

“Scattered Yet Together” has been set to a new tune by Richard Irwin, called “Herdwick”, named an area of farmland near Draycot Foliat on the beautiful Marlborough Downs in Wiltshire, England where the composer lives. Played here by a Piano and Flute with Oboe and Violin. It was recorded and produced by Richard Irwin.


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