Monday, November 24, 2014

Sacred and Spiritual Links - Monday 24 November 2014

Supplied by a colleague in the UK ...

1. Three talks on The World as God sees it  - Hugh Palmer - All Souls Audio

2. NT Evidence for the Hebrew Jesus Spoke - Dr Steven Notley - Lanier Theological Library Vimeo

Commentary for Sunday 23rd November
3. Preaching Ideas and Commentary - Rev Peter Carrell

4. The Sunday Readings - Rev Stephen Trott

5. The bells of All Saints Church, Allesley in Coventry - BBC Radio 4

6. Choral Matins [Morning Prayer] from the Chapel Royal, St James's Palace for the Feast of Christ the King, preacher is the Bishop of London - BBC Radio 4

7. Choral Evensong from Clare College, Cambridge - BBC Radio 3

8. Sunday Holy Communion livestreamed from St Helena's Church, Beaufort, South Carolina at 10:15 am Eastern Time, 3:15 pm London Time

9. Sunday Hour - BBC Radio 2

10. Choral services from the chapels of King's College Cambridge
and Trinity College, Cambridge
and St John's College, Cambridge
and New College, Oxford

Please pray for the Ebola Crisis and for those working for a cure; for Christians and all facing persecution and crime in Iraq; for the persecuted church and in particular in Nigeria and Kenya; for peace in Ukraine, Israel and Gaza; and for the Diocese of South Carolina.
11. Topical Prayers - Church of England
Kenya: Kenya bus attack: Al-Shabab 'wants religious war' - BBC News
Nigerian Archbishop on Boko Haram: We must storm the heavens with prayer - Christian Today
South Carolina: Prayers from Lent and Beyond

12. Sunday Programme - with William Crawley - BBC Radio 4

Food for thought
13. The story of Temple Gairdner and outreach to Muslim neighbors - Bishop Mouneer Anis

14. A Hymn for St Cecilia - Howells - Somerville Choir


Father Ron Smith said...

Thanks, Peter, for the continuing input on musical treats available on the web.
Have just enjoyed the Hymn to St.Cecelia and other wonderful contributions.

Pageantmaster said...

Most encouraging. I see you can take Father Ron out of Coventry, but you can't take Coventry out of Father Ron. The acoustics in Coventry Cathedral are not bad and the last piece is sublime, if a tad slow.