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29/05/2011

Duration:
30 minutes
First broadcast:
Sunday 29 May 2011

Brian D'Arcy explores Jesus' message encouraging his followers to go out into the world and share the good news. With hymns and songs including Now thank we all our God, Take my life and let it be, and Make me a channel of your peace. Producer: Simon Vivian.

  • HYMNS

    Christ is the King! O friends rejoice
    Vulpius
    Singers from Lancashire churches together in Standish Parish Church near Wigan

    Will you come and follow me?
    Kelvingrove
    Choir of St Mary’s Church, Bowdon, Cheshire

    Lord for the years
    Lord of the Years
    The Trinity Boys Choir

    Take my life and let it be
    St Bees
    Welsh Chamber Singers

    Make me a channel of your peace
    Sebastian Temple
    The Paul Leddington Wright Singers

    One more step along the world I go
    Southcote
    Manchester schoolchildren in the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

    Now thank we all our God
    Nun danket alle Gott
    Choirs at the 2005 International Church Music Festival in Bern, Switzerland

  • PRAYERS

    As we begin our prayers, I would like us to remember all those who have dedicated their lives to spreading the Gospel whether at home or abroad.

    May each of us reverence the Lord in our own hearts and give witness to our faith in our local community.

    We remember people who are persecuted for doing what is right. May their perseverance be rewarded.

    We pray for all who spread the message of hope by patiently accepting illness and suffering. May the Lord give them strength and endurance. Amen.

  • BLESSING

    Bless those who are alone with the assurance that the Holy Spirit will guide and console them.

    And may almighty God bless us all in this life and in the next. In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, Amen.

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