Following St Valentine's Day, Josie d'Arby goes speed dating with Christians in search of love, Connie Fisher brings us up to date with the history of British black gospel, and there are some wonderful hymns celebrating God's love for us all.
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
Factsheet for Sunday, 15 February 2015
Josie visits a speed dating event which was run by the on line dating website called Christian Connection. In the final part of the programme, husband and wife, Tim and Rae, tell their experience of how they met through online dating. Other dating sites for Christians are available such as:
Part 3: British Black Gospel
Connie Fisher concludes her journey into the history of British Black Gospel by discovering how Gospel music has changed in the last 15 years. Karen Gibson describes how gospel singing is now open to everyone; Gospel artist, Muyiwa Olarewaju, explains the new ‘sound’ that is emerging, and Noel Robinson shows Connie how gospel music is helping the cause of Christian unity.
For more information on the interviewees and their activities see:
- Gunva B
- Kingdom Worship Movement
- Noel Robinson's Book: British Black Gospel
Esther O’Connor is a young Glaswegian singer songwriter who combines music, family and faith in her lifestyle. We joined Esther and band, Ashton Lane, for one of their intriguingly named living room gigs.
|Series Producer||Matthew Napier|
|Executive Producer||Dave Stanford|