There’s so much to watch and listen to on-line to help us in our worship, it’s becoming difficult to keep track of what is happening when. Here’s a list of some of the services and programs available today, in addition to Paul’s podcast, which can be found on the Prayer and Worship page (click here)
Today’s Sunday service from Radio Four is broadcast at 9:10 am, Swiss time.
In today’s programme, we can reflect on discovering the gifts of the Holy Spirit with the Rev Dr Alison Jack of New College, Edinburgh, and Fr Dermot Preston SJ of St Aloysius’ RC Church, Glasgow
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Today’s Church of England video service will be published on YouTube at 10 am Swiss time.
This week’s service is led by the Revd Canon Dr Crispin Pailing, Rector of Liverpool and Revd Canon Dr Rowena Pailing from Blackburn Cathedral, who calls on Christians to be a ‘voice for the voiceless’.
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The BBC Sunday Worship service is broadcast on BBC One at 11:45 am, Swiss time.
The Very Reverend Dr Sarah Rowland Jones leads today’s service on the sixth Sunday of Easter from St Davids Cathedral in Pembrokeshire, filmed before the closure of all church buildings was announced.
Order of Service, Sixth Sunday Of Easter, 17 May 2020
Welcome – The Very Rev. Dr Sarah Rowland Jones, Dean of St Davids
Hymn* – Angel Voices Ever Singing
First Reading – Genesis, Chapter 8 v20 to Chapter 9 v17, Read by Christopher Limbert
Sermon – The Very Rev. Dr Sarah Rowland Jones, Dean of St Davids
Hymn* – Dear Lord And Father Of Mankind, led by Katherine Jenkins
Second Reading – John, Chapter 14, Verses 15-21, Read by Jenny Kitchell
Prayers – Led by Reverend Sophie Whitmarsh
The Blessing – The Very Rev. Dr Sarah Rowland Jones, Dean of St Davids
Hymn* – How Great Thou Art
*Hymns recorded for Songs of Praise in July 2019.
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Today’s Songs of Praise on BBC1 television at 14:15 Swiss time.
Aled Jones meets Songs of Praise conductor Ken Burton to discuss why, in times of difficulty and trouble, the singing of Christian hymns can lift our hearts and soothe our souls. We revisit Sean Fletcher’s meeting with Graham Kendrick, who talked about writing his generation-defining song Shine Jesus Shine in the 1980s. Aled also recalls Pam Rhodes’s meeting with Catholic hymnwriter Bernadette Farrell, and American singer-songwriter and Grammy-winner Michael W Smith reflects on his career and friendship with evangelist Billy Graham. Hymns from the recent Songs of Praise archive include Graham Kendrick’s Shine Jesus Shine, Bernadette Farrell’s Christ Be Our Light, and the contemporary classic In Christ Alone. Recorded before current restrictions.
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If you missed Wednesday’s Choral Evensong service on BBC Radio 3, it will be broadcast again today on Radio 3 at 16:00 Swiss time.
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Don’t forget, you can join with others from St Andrew’s for a virtual cuppa this morning, via Zoom, at 11:30.
To join the meeting, click here to email the Chaplain for the details.
Also, if you’d like to be included in our telephone chat network, just let us know by emailing our support team.