"Would You Know Christ?" was written for the average church choir consisting of 15-20 willing and wonderful souls. I think it would work also with a good youth choir; it might well fit their rebellious spirit.
There are four movements in "Would you know Christ": a short Introit; a Scripture Reading with musical commentary interpolated throughout, an Anthem (slightly longer than typical anthem), and a Benediction.
To hear excerpts from each of the three movements, click "Listen To This Title". You will hear a collage of the motifs and themes from all three musical movements weaving and fading in and out. It's a sampling of the work prepared on a synthesizer, not a recording of the work in its entirety.
The "Preview This Score" includes the majority, but not the entire score. For security purposes, nine pages have been ommited from the entire score. It should, however, give a good idea of what the opus looks like.
The full text is available here.
"Would You Know Christ?" was originally composed for the good folks at Lyttleton Street United Methodist Church, in Camden SC. I am happy to have the opportunity to get these pieces out there. I think they might be useful to other churches.