March 26, 2017

April 7, 2012

Sunday Worship - Easter 2012

Sunday Worship

April 7

The 158th Boat Race – BBC1 TV

Easter from Kings - BBC 2 TV

Still Ringing after all these years: A short history of bells [and bell ringing] – BBC4 TV

April 8 - Easter Sunday

The Bells of Exeter Cathedral - BBC Radio 4

A sunrise meditation on the resurrection from Gloucester Cathedral - BBC Radio 4

Easter Eucharist from Manchester Cathedral - the Bishop of Manchester preaches - BBC Radio 4, features the first broadcast of The Peoples’ Passion a new commission by the BBC for Easter being sung by 120 choirs around the world.

Easter Day Eucharist from Coventry Cathedral - BBC 1 TV

Choral Evensong for Easter Sunday from Gloucester Cathedral – BBC Radio 3

Easter Praise from St Mary’s Portsmouth - BBC1 TV

Easter Glory – Easter hymns from Lincoln Cathedral choir - BBC Radio 2

Hallelujah Chorus – Easter from Kings 2011

Messages for Easter

The Meaning of the Resurrection: Then and Now – Bishop Tom Wright – Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Also see +Wright’s prior piece Can we Believe in the Resurrection?

3 Easter Video Messages from the Archbishop of York:

Good Friday: How Good – Because He is in It with Us!

Baptisms – a Chance to Start Again

Easter Day – There is Hope and a Future

Drama and Documentaries for Easter

Cathedral Conversation: 5 part documentary on Britain’s Cathedrals – BBC Radio 4

The People’s Passion: Afternoon drama by Nick Warburton set in a fictional cathedral – BBC Radio 4

Resources for Easter

Easter With Premier – Premier Christian Radio

Holy Week Prayers – Lent and Beyond

Stainer’s Crucifixion – BBC Singers

My Soul is Complete – Ben Cantellon – Kingsway Music

Salvation’s Song – Stuart Townsend – Kingsway Music

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