Weekly Podcast

Each Saturday, we will publish a podcast at 12 noon, which will contain some music, readings, prayers and a sermon - material provided by our clergy, musicians, and members of the congregation.

The Fifth Sunday of Lent

 

 

The Fifth Sunday of Lent

The Gospel reading appointed for the Fifth Sunday of Lent is the story of the raising of Lazarus in John 11. As we reflect on this story, the church begins the season of Passiontide and our thoughts begin to turn to the story of Christ's Passion. Intriguingly, John introduces his account of Christ's passion with a story of resurrection. Weaving together narratives of death and new life, John invites us to share in a more profound understanding of God's glory.  

Welcome The Revd Charlotte Bannister-Parker, Associate Priest
Prayer The Collect for the Fifth Sunday of Lent
Hymn O sacred head, sore wounded
Reading John 11.1-45 (Professor Elisabeth Dutton)
Organ Prelude
Sermon The Revd Dr William Lamb, Vicar
Anthem Farrant, Hide not thou thy face  
Prayers Alice Willington
Blessing The Revd Dr William Lamb, Vicar
Organ Voluntary Ode Kenneth Leighton

The sound quality may be uneven as participants have recorded the different elements of the podcast themselves.

The Fourth Sunday of Lent

 

The Fourth Sunday of Lent

The Gospel reading appointed for the Fourth Sunday of Lent is the story of the man born blind in John 9. It is a long reading, but it recounts a series of encounters with characters on and off stage. It is a story which helps us to reflect on distance and presence, on encounter and relationship. The podcast ends with prayers for all those affected by Covid-19 and those seeking to provide care and support.

Welcome The Revd Dr William Lamb, Vicar
Prayer The Collect for the Fourth Sunday of Lent
Anthem Tallis, God, grant with grace
Reading John 9 (Dr Sarah Mortimer)
Sermon The Revd Dr Judith Maltby, Chaplain, Corpus Christi College
Anthem Parsons, Ave Maria
Prayers John Olson
Organ Voluntary William Boyce, Voluntary No 1 in D

The sound quality may be uneven as participants have recorded the different elements of the podcast themselves.