Today we hear some reflections on the themes of Comfort and Isolation led by Simon Holt and Ben Verghese, with prayers and readings from Carolyn Francis, Brenda Holt and Shirley Graves-Mortimer, and music played by David Cundy.
As we continue exploring the Vocabulary of our Faith, today Rev Carolyn Francis reflects on the word Spirituality, and what it means in our contemporary context. We enjoy music from David Cundy and Kenny Ong, and hear some words of wisdom from some of our CSBC friends.
For lovers of organ music there is an organ postlude at the end of the service.
Today we continue our series, A Vocabulary of Faith. Rather than exploring a particular word, we reflect on the changing nature of language as an expression of our faith.
In this video we are privileged to hear contributions on the theme from Megan Williams and Peter Hearne. As well, we enjoy music from Kenny Ong and David Cundy and hear the voices of Lesley Iles, Anne Junor, Marita Munro, Setel Adem & Tekeste Andemeskel, Linda Cully and Sherry Maddock. And it’s a particular gift to have Graham & Merle Van Cooten lead us in prayer.
May you find something here that nurtures your spirit.
In this week’s video we continue our series A Vocabulary of Faith with reflections on the word beauty.
We are delighted to include the voices and perspectives of Megan Williams, Judy Henson, Joy Etwell, Leigh Reeves, Clair Cvjeticanin, Yelena Young, Frank Rees, Katherine Jones, Jessica Holt and Penny Mulvey.
May you experience something of God’s beauty today.
Today we continue our series of reflections exploring a Vocabulary of Faith. We are delighted to hear from Geoff Maddock – CSBC member, resident and placemaker at Central House and State Director of Global Interaction – who offers some thoughts on the word (and practice) ‘Mission’.
Our video of prayers and readings features a Liturgy for those seeking hope and joy, a psalm read by Judy and David Morgan, and music from David Cundy.
Today in our online gathering, we begin a new series of reflections on the vocabulary of faith. We’ll be exploring words, concepts and ideas that have long been part of our religious language, seeking to understand what they mean for us today.
We begin this morning with the word salvation.
In the first video Carolyn leads us in a reflection, and in the second video we offer words of prayer for the world and ourselves.