Peckham Praise

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Duration: 35 minutes

HRH The Prince of Wales visits All Saints in Peckham and gives his royal seal of approval to a church that saved itself from closure and is now at the heart of a vibrant, multi-cultural community.

Diane Louise Jordan introduces classic hymns and contemporary worship songs including All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name and Leaning On The Everlasting Arms.

Music Played

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  • Image for Congregation of All Saints Church, Peckham & Bill Donoghue & Worship Band

    Congregation of All Saints Church, Peckham & Bill Donoghue & Worship Band All Hail The Power of Jesus' Name

    Conductor: Noel Tredinnick Tune: Miles Lane Music: William Shrubsole Words: Edward Perronet; alt. by John Rippon

  • Image for Congregation of All Saints Church, Peckham & Bill Donoghue & Worship Band

    Congregation of All Saints Church, Peckham & Bill Donoghue & Worship Band What A Fellowship (Leaning on the Everlasting Arms)

    Conductor: Noel Tredinnick Music: Anthony K Showalter Words: Elisha A Hoffman

  • Image for Congregation of All Saints Church, Peckham & Bill Donoghue & Worship Band

    Congregation of All Saints Church, Peckham & Bill Donoghue & Worship Band I Stand Amazed (How Marvellous)

    Conductor: Noel Tredinnick Music: Chris Tomlin Words: Charles H Gabriel

  • Image for Congregation of All Saints Church, Peckham & Bill Donoghue & Worship Band

    Congregation of All Saints Church, Peckham & Bill Donoghue & Worship Band How Sweet The Name of Jesus Sounds

    Conductor: Noel Tredinnick Music: Bill Donoghue Words: John Newton 1779 Arranger: Bill Donoghue Stem Publishing

  • Image for Congregation of All Saints Church, Peckham & Bill Donoghue & Worship Band

    Congregation of All Saints Church, Peckham & Bill Donoghue & Worship Band You Never Let Go

    Conductor: Noel Tredinnick Music: Matt Redman Words: Beth Redman Thank you Music

  • Image for Congregation of All Saints Church, Peckham & Bill Donoghue & Worship Band

    Congregation of All Saints Church, Peckham & Bill Donoghue & Worship Band The Greatest Day (O Happy Day)

    Conductor: Noel Tredinnick Music: Tim Hughes Ben Cantelon Words: Tim Hughes Ben Cantelon Thank you Music

  • Factsheet for Sunday 26th September

    Presented by Diane Louise Jordan from Peckham

  • INTERVIEWS

    HRH the Prince of Wales

    Prince Charles has long been interested in the work done in deprived communities and for young people, through his Charity, The Prince’s Trust. His Royal Highness got to hear of the church’s success story and visited All Saints’ to see for himself what local Christians are doing for their Community.

    The Rev. Frog Orr-Ewing

    Former Vicar at All Saints’ Peckham, Frog has left to start a new missionary community in Buckinghamshire, called Latimer Minster.

    Mavis Britton, Geurline Griffin, Nesta Howell, Dorene Murphy, Isie McFarlane.

    All congregation members at All Saints’ Peckham who refused to give up and let their church be demolished. Even when the church was at its lowest ebb, they gathered to pray, and they believe that the church was really saved through God answering those prayers.

    Bill Donoghue

    Bill joined the All Saints staff team as Worship Director in September 2006 bringing a wealth of experience in worship leading. He started leading worship aged fifteen and has gone on to lead worship at many conferences around the UK and beyond.

  • Jennie Hartley

    Jennie had intended her Christian ministry to be as an aid worker in Africa. Upon coming to Peckham, she soon realised that Christian charity toward the youth, the immigrant, and the impoverished begins at home, and now runs All Saints’ partnership with the national debt counselling charity, Christians Against Poverty. The charity has a network of 131 centres based in local churches, and provides a free service to people in debt - regardless of background, faith, or employment status

    Christians Against Poverty
  • LOCATIONS

    All Saints’ Church, Peckham

    All Saints' Church website
  • Rye Lane Baptist Chapel, Peckham

  • Other Peckham landmarks used as locations include:

  • Peckham Library

    The award-winning Peckham Library (designed by architects Alsop & Stormer), the forecourt of which includes ceramic globes by Duncan Hooson

    Duncan Hooson
  • The former North Peckham Civic Centre

    Now a church – Everlasting Arms Ministries. The murals on its façade were created by the Polish ceramicist Adam Kossowski (1905–1986).

  • The Mural

    The mural painted 1993 & 2009 by the artist Stan Peskett and children from local schools, overlooks Goose Green playground on the border between Peckham and East Dulwich. It depicts the 10 year old William Blake (the 18th century poet and writer of the hymn ‘Jerusalem’) having a vision of Angels in a tree on Peckham Rye.

    Stan Peskett
  • Bellenden Road

    The Antony Gormley sculptural bollards in Peckham’s Bellenden Road are a famous feature of the urban regeneration that has taken place in the borough.

    Antony Gromley

Credits

Series Editor
David Taviner
Presenter
Diane-Louise Jordan
Producer
Pamela Hossick

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