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May 6, 2012


Sunday Worship - May 6, 2012

Sunday Worship

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Worship

The bells of St Mary’s, Andover in Hampshire - BBC Radio 4

Sunday Worship from Highfields Church in Cardiff - “Grace” and how it influences and shapes our lives - BBC Radio 4

Sung Eucharist from the chapel of St John’s College, Cambridge - SJCC website
Choral services from the chapel of New College, Oxford

‘The Apostles’ - Elgar - BBC Radio 3 recorded at Easter in King’s College, Cambridge [2 1/2 hrs but wonderful]

Sermons and Talks

All Souls, Langham Place and their 3,500 sermon searchable archive

St James the Less, Pimlico

Cathedral Church of the Advent, Birmingham Alabama

Bishop Tim Dakin’s Enthronement Sermon - Dio Winchester [video and text]

Philippians 1:12-30 - Archbishop Peter Jensen - St Mark’s Battersea Rise audio

‘Faith under Fire’ - Canon Andrew White at St Paul’s Hammersmith audio

more in the evening service

‘Ekron of the Philistines’ - Dr Seymour Gitin, Albright Institute, Jerusalem - Lanier Theological Library Vimeo

Bishop of London’s Easter Day Sermon - St Paul’s Youtube [text]

Prayer

Please pray for the church in Iran, Nigeria, Kenya. Sudan, Egypt, the 4,000 Falls Church, Virginia congregants about to be expelled from their church, for religious freedom in Canada. Please also pray for the recent marriage of Archbishop Wabukala of Kenya with the Rev. Rhoda Luvuno

Topical Prayers - Church of England [including a prayer for various countries]

Prayer for the persecuted church - CofE site

Easter Prayers and Devotionals - Lent and Beyond Prayersite

News for Prayer

Iran: ‘Youcef Nadarkhani’s lawyer reportedly imprisoned’ - Christian Today

Guardian report

‘Protestant Pastor Sentenced to Six Years’ - report from ICHRI

Nigeria: ‘Boko Haram target university campus and press for first time’ - CSW

Kenya: ‘Grenade Attack on Church in Kenya Kills One’ - Open Doors

Sudan: Appeal from the Primate

Appeal from the Bishop of Aweil

‘Attacks on Churches’ - Open Doors

Egypt: ‘Egyptian military detains 300 protesters after unrest’ - BBC News

Virginia: The Falls Church Update [part 1, part 2]

‘Canadian student suspended over Jesus T-shirt’ - Christian Today

‘Anglican Church of Kenya congratulates Primate on his marriage’ - ACNS

Current Affairs

Sunday Program - current affairs with Samira Ahmed - BBC Radio 4 - available from 07:10 am BST Sunday

Prayer Book Anniversary: ‘St Paul’s marks 350 years of Book of Common Prayer’ - dio London

Address by the Bishop of London at the Prayer Book 350 anniversary evensong at St Paul’s

‘Monarchy and the Book of Common Prayer - Lambeth Palace Library Exhibition

Food for Thought

‘Who do we worship?’ - Mark Bailey - CEN

‘Violence in Nigeria: Breaking the Country’s Fatal Deadlock’ - Sunday Agong - Christianity Today

‘Christians ‘Most Persecuted’ Religious Group in the World, Says Expert’ - Christian Post

‘Baptists celebrate 400th anniversary in London’ - Christian Today

‘Coalition stung in local elections’ - Christian Today

‘Internet helps to spread Gospel in Turkey’ - Christian Today

The Making of a Christian Leader: Michael Green in conversation’ - Highfields Church in 2010

‘The Unseen Sea’ - Simon Christen Vimeo [click ‘HD’ if loads slowly]

‘Oh be joyful in the Lord’ [Psalm 100] - Godolphin Vocal Ensemble - BBC

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