Pentecost Praise

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Duration: 35 minutes

David Grant is in Brighton for Pentecost Sunday, the birthday of the church, to meet worship leader Stuart Townend, who performs his thought-provoking song Vagabonds, and to introduce contemporary praise from Lou Fellingham and Phatfish.

Music Played

6 items
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
  • Breathe - Phatfish and the congregation of CCK, Brighton

    Conductor: David Lawrence, Composer: Nathan Fellingham, Lou Fellingham, James Busbee,

  • Holy Holy Holy - Phatfish and the congregation of CCK, Brighton

    Conductor: David Lawrence, Composer: Lenny Le Blanc, Reginald Heber, John Dykes

  • Vagamonds - Stuart Townend + his band

    Composer: Stuart Townend, Philip Baggaley, Andrew Christopher, Mark Edwards

  • Praise Is Rising - Phatfish and the congregation of CCK, Brighton

    Conductor: David Lawrence, Composer: Paul Baloche, Brenton Brown

  • Promised Land - Phatfish and the congregation of CCK, Brighton

    Conductor: David Lawrence, Composer: Nathan Fellingham, Lou Fellingham, James Busbee

  • There Is A Redeemer / Come Let Us Worship - Phatfish and the congregation of CCK, Brighton

    Conductor: David Lawrence, Composer: Nathan Fellingham, Melody Green, Keith Green,

  • Factsheet for Sunday 19th May 2013

    David Grant is in Brighton for Pentecost Sunday, the birthday of the church, to meet worship leader Stuart Townend, who performs his thought-provoking song Vagabonds, and to introduce contemporary praise from Lou Fellingham and Phatfish. 
  • Interviewees

    Beyond Church 

    The Reverend Martin Poole is the founder of Beyond Church which encourages people to explore non-traditional ways of being a Christian through artistic expression.

     

    Beyond Church began five years ago because Martin wanted to develop the spiritual curiosity of local people without forcing them into the conventional setting of a church

     

    Past projects include:

    -       Series of art installations celebrating the elements earth, air, wind and fire. Air was held in a park maze, blowing bubbles into the wind people meditated on the Hebrew word for breath and spirit.

    -       Advent calendar beach huts. Each hut features an art installation and one opens to the public every night. 400 people attended on Christmas Eve.

    -       Perspex cross on the streets of Brighton last Lent for passers-by to post prayers and wishes in.

    -       Audio meditation around the city. Based on silent disco technology, Martin commissioned artists to make audio clips that would start up in the walker’s headphones when they came within the required distance of a transmitter, concealed somewhere near the artwork they were expected to contemplate.

     

    Stuart Townend

     

    Stuart Townend is an internationally renowned Worship Leader, hymwriter and composer of contemporary Christian music.  His songs include In Christ Alone (2002, co-written with Keith Getty) How Deep The Father's Love For Us, Beautiful Saviour and The King of Love.  As of 2008, Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI) lists In Christ Alone" in its Top 25 CCLI Songs list.

    Stuart is one of the Worship Leaders at CCK.  Vagabonds was filmed at Brighton Train Station.

     

    Wellspring Community

     

    Seven years ago Jo Gilbert and friends committed to living together in Brighton in accordance with the Benedictine monastic tradition, which they were familiar with from visits to Worth Abbey Monastery, West Sussex. Their community is known as  ‘The Wellspring Community’.

  • Musicians

    Lou Fellingham and Phatfish  

    Lou Fellingham is a Worship Leader, acclaimed solo singer, songwriter and the founding member of Phatfish, one of the UKs leading Christian rock bands. 

    Lou and Phatfish have led worship at all of the major UK festivals and have toured in the US, Canada and Europe.

    Since their formation in 1994, Phatfish have held firmly to their original aim: to write, play and record songs that glorify our amazing God and communicate His love and His purpose for us.

    CCK is their home church.

  • Locations

    Music recorded at Church of Christ The King, Brighton

Credits

Presenter
David Grant
Producer
Karen Hannah
Series Editor
David Taviner
Executive Producer
Tommy Nagra

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