Dear Lord-Love That-What a Friend

Priory singers belfastSongs of Hope hymns podcast for Sunday 19Mar17 included the following:

  • The Priory Singers,Belfast – Dear Lord and Father of Mankind
  • Harding University Concert Choir – O Love That Will Not Let Me Go
  • Our Favorite Hymns – What a Friend we have in Jesus

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Almighty Power-With Joy-Bright The Vision

st-michaels-singers-coventry-300x200Our hymns podcast for 12Feb17 includes the following hymns:

  • St. Michael’s Singers – I Sing The Almighty Power Of God
  • St. Michael’s Singers – With Joy We Meditate The Grace
  • Cantus Choro – Bright the Vision that Delighted (Aust)

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Thanks be-Lord and Father-What a friend

Our hymns podcast for 29Jan17 includes:

  • Seven Towers Male Voice Choir – Thanks Be to God
  • The Priory Singers,Belfast – Dear Lord and Father of Mankind
  • An afternoon of our favourite hymns – What a Friend we have in Jesus

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Joy to – Marys boy child – We three kings

wynton-marsalisOur Songs of Hope carols podcast for 18Dec16 is three songs from jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis. Presenter is Chris. The three songs are:

  • Joy to the world
  • Mary’s boy child
  • We three kings

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And can it be/Praise my soul/Point of grace

hymns-podcast_thumb.jpgThe Songs of Hope hymns podcast for 6Nov16 includes the following hymns:

  • Our Favourite Hymns – And can it be
  • Our Favourite Hymns – Praise my soul
  • Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Songsters – The Point of Grace

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