Bayside presents a Sunday of praise and worship


November 21, 2020

On a Sunday morning church congregations from around North Wales and across the world join up for the Morning Service here on Bayside Radio.

Despite the firebreak lockdown being lifted in Wales and local churches opening up again, many people have decided to stay at home until cases of coronavirus begin falling.

From 10am Reverand Jeff Pearson will conduct this week's service which can be heard on 87.7 FM in the Bay of Colwyn, across North West Wales on DAB Digital Radio and online.

This Sunday Jeff has a special guest speaker international Bible teacher and Evangelist Rev Paul Duckworth who will speaking on 'From Rags to Riches', Mephibosheth's story.

Also available to stream online whenever you like is a special Evensong service presented by Canon Quentin our local Vicar.

Sunday 22 November - The Sunday next before Advent - St Cecelia’s Day

Choral Evensong this week is for the last Sunday after Trinity – often called the Sunday next before Advent - and it’s taken from The Book of Common Prayer of The Church in Wales (1984).

The choir of Chichester Cathedral sing the appointed Psalms 149 and 150, whilst the choir of New College, Oxford sing the canticles – especially written for the New College choir by Herbert Howells’s.

Today is also the Feast Day of St Cecilia, the Patron Saint of Music, so in honour of that fact, the anthem is “Blest Pair of Sirens” by Hubert Parry and is sung by the choir of Westminster Abbey.

The Office Hymn “Father hear the prayer we offer” and the hymn “Love Divine” are sung by the choir of Gloucester Cathedral. The service commences with “Saraband” from six pieces for the organ by Herbert Howells, played by Robert Sharpe on the organ of Truro Cathedral; and the closing voluntary is “Paean” from Six Pieces for Organ by Herbert Howells, played by Graham Barber on the organ of Hereford Cathedral.