A great Sunday Service for church-goers across the coast

April 25, 2020

After a very busy Easter and Palm Sunday weekend, Bayside Radio's virtual church services with Jeff Pearson and Canon Quentin Bellamy have been uniting churches from right across North West Wales and around the world!

The popular services have been attracting many hundreds of people and they have been so popular that they are now a regular fixture in the weekend schedule.

Why not tune into our Morning Service at 10-00am this Sunday and every Sunday when our presenter Jeff Pearson brings you a service for all those who would normally be at church but have had their service cancelled due to the Coronavirius?

Jeff is a ordained minister and Pastor of Pensarn Family Church. People from all around the world have been tuning in each Sunday and we have had some great messages of how the service as brought comfort and encouragement to them in these troubling times.

Afterwards the sevice is put on a listen again podcast where you can listen to at anytime during the week.

Listeners are also reminded that an online exclusive service will also available on demand from Sunday - with Canon Quentin Bellamy.

With help from Neil Collier of Priory Records, our own Canon Quentin, has put together a Service of Evensong with topical prayers for the Second Sunday after Easter

The appointed Psalm is 106, sung by the choir of Durham Cathedral. The canticles, sung by the choir of New College, Oxford are to a setting by Sir Charles Villiers Stanford (Stanford in G); the anthem is sung by the choir of Norwich Cathedral is Evening Hymn, by Henry Balfour Gardiner.

The hymn, “Saviour again to thy dear name we raise” is sung for us by the choir of Newcastle Cathedral. The opening music, played by Graham Barber is Fidelis by Percy Whitlock.