Music Played8 items
One More Step Along The World I Go Congregation and massed choirs from schools around Milton Keynes
Christ the Cornerstone, Milton Keynes Congregation and massed choirs from schools around the area Conductor: Adrian Boynton Piano: Paul Leddington Wright, flute and oboe. Composer: Sydney Carter (b1915) Words: Sydney Carter (b1915) Tune: Southcote Arranger: Paul Leddington Wright Source: SOP #340 pg636/7 Oxford University Press, BBC Books 1997 ISBN 0 19147325-1 this compilation © Oxford University Press 1997.
Get On Board This Train Ballyholme Primary School Choir
Traditional with additional words by Nancy Price Music: Traditional Spiritual Arranged by Don Besig Conductor: Rosemary Smyth Accompanist: Lynne McClelland
Who Would True Valour See Congregation of St Paul’s Church, Bedford
Brass Quintet, organ, conductor Gordon Stewart Choir (conductor Ian Runnells) & congregation. Tune: Monk’s Gate Words: John Bunyan (1628-88) Arranger: Robert Ramskill Source: SOP #350 pg654/5 Oxford University Press, BBC Books 1997 ISBN 0 19147325-1 this compilation © Oxford University Press 1997 Composer: English Traditional Melody coll & adpt R Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)
Lead Us, Heavenly Father, Lead Us Congregation of St Thomas’Church
From Flitz’s Choralbuch (1847) Arranged by: Jonathan Rea Words: James Edmeston, 1821hing Co.
Lead, Kindly Light Choir and Congregation of Arundel Cathedral
Organ (Daniel Moult) + choir & congregation. Tune: Sandon Music: C H Purdy (1799-1885) Words: John Henry Newman (1801-90) Source: SOP #300 pg558/9 Oxford University Press, BBC Books 1997 ISBN 0 19147325-1 this compilation © Oxford University Press 1997
When I Survey The Wondrous Cross Congregation of the Holy Trinity Church, Folkestone
Music: adpt. E. Miller (1731-1807) Tune: Rockingham Source: SOP Hymn Book no. 99 Organ: Daniel Moult
The Lord Bless You And Keep You St Salvator’s Chapel Choir
Organist: Andrew Macintosh Conductor: Tom Wilkinson Tune: John Rutter
Lord, For the Years Congregation of Winchester Cathedral
Organist: Andrew Lumsden Conductor: Paul Leddington Wright Tune: Lord of the Years Music: Michael Baughen (b. 1930) © Michael Baughen/Jubilate Hymns Words: Timothy Dudley-Smith (b. 1926) © T Dudley-Smith Arranger: Robert Ramskill Source: SOP 333
Factsheet for Sunday 8th July
St Pancras Station: Aled Jones meets staff and passengers at London’s bustling railway interchange and introduces perfect hymns to accompany any journey.
Jeff Potter and Byron Lewis
Jeff Potter and Byron Lewis are Railway Chaplains working with the railway staff and police at St Pancras and King’s Cross Stations. They talked to Aled about the role of the railway chaplains and the work that they do at the stations. They talked about how they became railway chaplains through the London City Mission and their aim to share the love of God with people in the community.
Sergeant Steve Smith
Sergeant Steve Smith works for the British Transport Police at St Pancras Station. He talked to Aled about his role at the station and the sense of community amongst the staff.
PC Nick Collier
Nick Collier is a Special Police Constable for the British Transport Police at St Pancras Station. He talked to Aled about the nature of his job and the support the chaplains provide.
Albert is a Station Supervisor at Blackfriars Station he talked to Aled about the help that the chaplains have given him in times of difficulty.
St Pancras Station
St Pancras International was named after St Pancras Old Church which sits just to the North of the station on Midland Road. The church is thought to be one of the oldest Christian churches in the UK and is thought to have been founded in 314 AD.
St Pancras was a Christian martyred in the 4th Century aged 14 and St Pancras Old Church, that the station was named after, was named after him.
St Pancras International Station
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