A visit to Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral to sing there with the Manchester Chorale … More Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral
Have you ever had any of those ‘Oh my goodness’ moments? ‘What on earth have I done!’
Both Elijah and Peter in our readings today certainly had an ‘oh my goodness’ moment – big style … More Oh My Goodness
A very long time ago, when I was doing my A levels, there was a notice on the wall of the VIth form common room that said, “Apathy Rules OK”. It dangled from one drawing pin, as no one could be bothered finding another to replace the one that had clearly fallen out … More Enemy of Apathy (John L Bell & Graham Maule)
This session, led by the lovely Marion, began with a beautiful piece of music. We sat quietly listening, relaxing and letting our thoughts subside … More Creative Prayer for Lent #3 – Music
On Wednesday 8 February Rev Deborah preached a short sermon on making choices. We recorded it for you here … More Making Choices
This article first appeared in the January 2014 issue of our parish magazine.
“Song of the Wise Men” is a Puerto Rican traditional folk carol. I think I discovered it two Christmases ago at St Margaret’s and fell in love with it … More “Song of the Wise Men” (trad., arr. Bullard b.1947)
This article first appeared in the January 2017 issues of our parish magazine.
Quite possibly my all time favourite Christmas carol, “O Holy Night” never fails to give me tingles down my spine … More O Holy Night: Cappeau (1808-1877) and Adams (1803-1856)
Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, 1st Baronet, was an English composer, probably best known for stirring hymns and anthems such as “Jerusalem” and “I Was Glad” … More There is a Country Far Beyond the Stars – Parry (1848-1918)
This article was first published in the August 2016 edition of the parish magazine … More Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring – J S Bach (1685-1750)