World's Largest Sheet Music Selection


Come to the Cross and Remember

By Pepper Choplin

SATB choir, piano
Composed by Pepper Choplin. Choral, cantatas. Eastertide. Choral score. Lorenz Publishing Company #55/1183L. Published by Lorenz Publishing Company (LO.55-1183L).

Item Number: LO.55-1183L

ISBN 9780787752798.

Christ's journey to the cross is filled with images of His sacrificial love for us: the Palms, the Cup and the Bread, the Nails, the Crown of Thorns, and more. These images form the centerpiece of "Come to the Cross and Remember." During simple choir or congregation interludes, each of the images is brought forward to create a very moving tableau. Additional choruses and hymns illumine the journey, including the haunting "Go to Dark Gethsemane," the spine-tingling "Judas," the mournful "Surely He Has Borne Our Griefs," the transportive "You Will Be with Me in Paradise," and the majestic "Every Knee Should Bow." Narration is included for one or more speakers. This worship experience may be performed with piano accompaniment or Michael Lawrence's full orchestration.

  • Bring the Cup and the Bread 
  • The Messiah Has Come 
  • Judas 
  • Waitin' for the Mornin' 
  • Every Knee Shall Bow 
  • Surely He Has Borne Our Griefs 
  • Bring the Thirty Silver Coins 
  • Hold the Shroud in Your Hands 
  • You Will Be with Me in Paradise 
  • Bring the Robe and the Crown 
  • Go To Dark Gethsemane 
  • Come to the Cross and Remember 
  • O Sacred Hands, Now Wounded 

Buy Together




Buy both for $92.90

[ { "catalogRefId":"20323879", "quantity":"1" }, { "catalogRefId":"20323884", "quantity":"1" } ]
AddtoCart Print

See Similar Sheet Music and Digital Downloads

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Sioux Falls, SD
    Difficulty Level:
  • April 18, 2017 A wonderful work

    Our choir performed this cantata on Palm Sunday and people are still talking about how it moved them. The music and the lyrics are beautiful, great narration, and the visual element was very effective. We had a large cross in the front of the church and brought the symbols down...

    the aisles. Truly one of the most moving cantatas we have ever done, highly recommended.

    Read More
    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
    Was this review useful? Yes No
Close X

By signing up you consent with the terms in our Privacy Policy

I am a music teacher.