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Jesus Put This Song Into Our Hearts Congregation of St Nicholas Church Sevenoaks
17/6/2007 The Congregation of St Nicholas Church Sevenoaks Accompanied by Flute/Soprano Saxophone - James Mainwaring, Clarinet, Elaine Cocks, Violin - Jonathan Hill, Acoustic Guitar - Colin Green, Keyboard - Stephen Disley, Bass Guitar - Andy Pask Words & Music: Graham Kendrick (b. 1950) Arranger: Geoff Ellerby Conductor: Noel Tredinnick
Let There Be Peace On Earth Congregation and massed choirs from around the area
11/9/2011 Conductor Paul Leddington Wright Piano Adrian Boynton Composer: Sy Miller and Jill Jackson Words: Sy Miller and Jill Jackson Tune: Let There Be Peace On Earth Arranger: Paul Leddington Wright Publisher: © 1955, 1983 Jan Lee Music, Cyril Shane Music, administered by Leosong Copyright Services Ltd Source: SOP #363 pg676/7 Oxford University Press, BBC Books 1997 ISBN 0 19147325-1 this compilation © Oxford University Press 1997
Love Can Build a Bridge Birmingham Community Gospel Choir
11/9/2011 Birmingham Community Gospel Choir Composer: Naomi Ellen Judd, John Barlow Jarvis, Paul Overstreet Arranger: Maxine Brooks
Brother Sister Let Me Serve You Salisbury Cathedral Congregation
09/10/2011 Conductor: Paul Leddington Wright Tune: Servant Song Music & Words: Richard Gillard (b. 1953) © 1977 Scripture in Song, a division of Integrity Music. Administered by Kingsway's Thankyou Music Source: Songs of Praise Hymnbook no. 376
Take My Life Congregation at St Peter’s Church
06/03/2011 Conductor: Paul Leddington Wright Tune: Emma Source: SOP Hymn Book 346 Composer: Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-79) Oboe: Natasha Wilson Flute: Claire-Louise Appleby Organist: Alistair Reid
When I Needed A Neighbour Congregation of St Martin-in-the-Fields
08/02/2009 Words & Music: Sydney Carter Arranger: Jonathan Bielby Conductor: Andrew Earis Filmed at St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London
All My Hope on God is Founded Colchester Congregation
Factsheet for Sunday 5th August
Change The World: Aled Jones meets people who’ve chosen to make a big difference to help others and introduces some inspiring hymns.
American-born Kat set up the charity “Project Mosaic” as a response to the death of her cousin, David Fontana, a fire fighter who was killed on 9/11. Kat felt passionately that steps had to be taken to encourage tolerance and multi-faith dialogue, and Project Mosaic aims to allow people to explore difficult issues to do with religion, race, national identity, and values, in a safe environment. One of Project Mosaic’s initiatives is a YouTube film competition where young people make a 2 minute film exploring tolerance. ??
Tariq Chowdhury ?
Tariq is the winner of the Project Mosaic Young Filmmakers YouTube Competition. His film explores how the principle of being good to others is an idea expressed in all major world religions. Tariq’s belief is that everybody is connected regardless of religion. ?The full version of his film and others from the competition are available to watch on the Project Mosaic website.
In the West Yorkshire town of Todmorden, the residents have started growing vegetables and trees around the town using any spare land such as areas at the fire station, police station and even the churchyard. Aled meets one of Incredible Edible’s founders to discover why the residents of Todmorden are digging their vegetables.
Acts435 is a new charity inspired by the words of Acts chapter 4, verse 35. Its website allows people to give money directly to others who are in need: there are people in our communities who need financial help, and there are people who want to help those in need and Acts 435 puts those people together. The whole thing is managed through local church networks. An applicant in need applies to a local Church for help; an advocate at the churches receives and verifies the request; the requests for help are posted on the Acts 435 website, and donors meet the needs directly by making a payment via a secure system online. 100% of the money goes directly to those in need: the costs of running the charity are met by GiftAid donations and sponsorship.
Aled’s pieces to camera recorded at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
- Aled Jones
- Jennifer Page
- Executive Producer
- Tommy Nagra