Podcasts

Here are our online audio podcasts and reflections

In Ecclesia Remembrance Anthem

“O Radiant Dawn” by James MacMillan Before the current lockdown, the local choir “In Ecclesia” were rehearsing in St Andrew’s and recorded James Macmillan’s anthem “O Radiant Dawn” as a tribute to the Fallen on Remembrance Day. They have kindly given St Andrew’s permission to post it for this time of Remembrance, for which we are most grateful. The project was directed by Jenn Botterill, a member of the choir.

Remembering War

A personal reflection for Remembrance season by Adam Green

Silence, Please (2/2)

Concludes Silence Please talk on Silent Prayer, touching on ways of staying focussed in the silence: observing and letting go.

Silence, Please!

Why try silent prayer? Why is it so noisy in my head? How can I deal with ‘the voices’? An introductory talk by Adam Green (17mins)

Personal View Audio Series: Trinity – Three and One

Personal View Audio Series is an occasional quiet reflection – words, music and prayer, lasting about 30 minutes, with Sunday evening in mind but available for listening any time. In this recording we look at The Trinity – Thee and One. Please email feedback@summit.me.uk with any comments. There is a Zoom meeting for discussion of any faith issues on Tuesdays at 2pm. If you are interested in joining the discussion please email zoom@summit.me.uk

Personal View Audio Series: Pentecost – Hot and Cold

Personal View Audio Series is an occasional quiet reflection – words, music and prayer, lasting about 30 minutes, with Sunday evening in mind but available for listening any time. In this recording we look at Pentecost – Hot and Cold. Please email feedback@summit.me.uk with any comments. There is a Zoom meeting for discussion of any faith issues on Tuesdays at 2pm. If you are interested in joining the discussion please email zoom@summit.me.uk

Reflections for Good Friday: Readings, Music, Thoughts

These reflections on the story of Good Friday are created in place of the United Service normally held in St Andrews Church on that day, at which we often welcome fellow-Christians from St Richards and the Evangelical Congregational Church. The recording lasts about 40 minutes but there are four sections which can be listened to separately if you wish. They are designed for an adult congregation rather than all-age worship.