Hat tip to @prescentorsue for bringing it to my attention.
It has been a busy few weeks in our house. Beginning a new parish ministry at the start of advent is always going to feel like you are jumping onto a moving conveyor belt. We have also been consciously pressing the brakes and trying to ‘do’ advent without rushing into Christmas. This has involved some
Easter weekend was completely hectic and I totally forgot to post this. It was part of the Stations of the Resurrection over at the Big Bible Blog organised by @vahva. Here is Metanoia with Now The Green Blade Rises. Why not follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or me on Soundcloud.
Last year we took the yoof to The Big Night Out. If you have got a small youth group at your church it is a fantastic opportunity for them to see that they are part of something bigger. The event starts off with the rides and then in the evening there are a few bands. If
I humbly perform before you an act of contrition. Dr Ruth pointed out that for the last few years she has wanted to play this song in church, probably at a Rock Mass and that she told me about it a long time ago. I have to admit that I may have heard her say
Skin are one of our favourite bands and this is from their new album, breaking the silence. Appologies for the live version – skip the first 30 seconds.
Well it turns out that I am not the first person to play heavy metal at an Anglican Eucharist. The Reign are a worship band from Hull and they have been going for some years now. They have started to run “Rock Eucharist” services as a fresh expression in and around the York Diocese. I have
We all remember the Radiohead song creep. Thom Yorke managed to sum up a generations fears and anxiety in such a poignant manner. I recently stumbled upon a reworking of an acoustic version on youtube. Take a look at the flash animation video and see what you think.
It’s my blog and I’ll do what I want 😀 Here’s the video to Hotlegs new song Cocktails!