|Sound, Sound Your Instruments of Joy! (2008, revised 2010) for French horn and mixed choir|
Words: W. B. Ninnis
|A Stable Lamp is Lighted (2005) for violoncello and women's choir with solo|
Words: Richard Wilbur
|Still Be Our God (2014, revised 2015) for brass, percussion, solo voice, congregation, mixed choir, and piano|
Words: Psalm 100 (NRSV), alt. and Isaac Watts, alt. Inclusion of tune: ST. ANNE (William Croft).
|Take My Life and Let It Be (2005, revised 2018) for unaccompanied mixed choir|
Words: Frances R. Havergal
|There is No Rose (2012, revised 2014) for flute and mixed choir|
Words: Anonymous (in English and Latin), alt.
|This Is the Day! (2012, revised 2014) for unaccompanied mixed choir|
Text: Psalm 118:24 (RSV)
|Turn Back, O Man (2018) for congregation, mixed choir with descant, and organ|
Words by Clifford Bax
|Ubi caritas et amor (2005, revised 2007) for unaccompanied mixed choir|
Words: Anonymous, tenth century (in Latin)
|Unexpected and Mysterious (2001) for soprano, mixed choir, and organ|
Words: Jeanette Lindholm. Words set with permission of author.
|The Unknown Soldier (2008, revised 2009) for men's choir and piano|
Words: Billy Rose
|We Come to Your Stable (2013) for unaccompanied mixed choir|
Words by composer
|When Christmas Morn Is Dawning (2001) for unaccompanied mixed choir with soli|
Words: Elizabeth Ehrenborg-Posse; English translation by Claude W. Foss.
|You Are the Living Bread of Life for flute, violin, violoncello, solo voice, mixed choir, and piano|
Words: Joe Sardaro, based on John 6:68 and Matthew 26:29. Words set with permission of author.