This Sunday’s service was filmed on location in Liverpool. It is a praise service, intended also to show our appreciation of all those who contribute music to our services during the lockdown. In the video we visit Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral, the Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral, the site of the Hope Street Unitarian Church – which are all located on Hope Street – and travel out to the Ancient Chapel of Toxteth, originally built in 1618.
The reading is Psalm 98 and is read by Rosemary Neill of Downpatrick. The organists are: Laura Patterson, Downpatrick; John Strain, Ballee; and Alfie McClelland, Clough.
The hymns sung are:
Onward Christian Soldiers (Mission Praise, 543)
Father Hear the Prayer we Offer (Hymns of Faith and Freedom, 299)
And can it be (Mission Praise, 33)
City of God, how broad and far (Hymns of Faith and Freedom, 299)
Breathe on me, breath of God (Hymns of Faith and Freedom, 177)
All the places visited in the video have been mentioned one way or another on this blog and the following links will give more information about them:
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, designer of the Anglican Cathedral and iconic telephone kiosks
Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral under Construction
Liverpool’s Metropolitan Cathedral
The 400th anniversary of the Ancient Chapel of Toxteth
Also uploaded this week – Time for a Story: The Promise
Special Offer from Dunmurry – Rev Mac Floral Designs
A Celtic Way was printed in 2007, by Very Rev William McMillan. The 96 page hard back book contains a wide range of colour images of Rev Mac’s floral arrangements, garden and travels.
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