Song Presentations

Reflections on the word Sustain

I love words! I love their sound and their history. Meeting old friends in a new setting or guise is always a delight. I love exploring the original meaning of the Greek and Hebrew words used in the Bible, and I love drawing Scriptural themes together, so that we can... read more

A Pilgrim’s Inn Psalm – A joyous Round!

Here is something entirely uplifting: a tune to set your heart and feet a-dancing. We took Sellinger’s Round, a popular sixteenth century dance, and had fun arranging it for different instruments, including recorders, lutes, bassoons pretending to be crumhorns,... read more

Come Down O Love Divine

This is such an amazing offering! Hymnary.org tells us that the inspiring words of this, one of my all-time favourite hymns, were written by Bianco da Siena, a 14th century Italian poet and wool worker from an Italian city I love dearly, and where I have met the Lord... read more

Peace like a river

This is the season that we rejoice that Christ, our Saviour, is born – but there is sorrow for many too, and our reflections on the year past give rise to much sadness. We would like to offer you this recording of the much-loved hymn with words by Horatio Spafford. It... read more

A special Hymn as we enter lockdown

God is working His purpose out One evening recently the Lord spoke these words very clearly to me: ‘All that we do is nothing worth unless God bless the deed.’ The words are taken from a great hymn, God is working His purpose out as year succeeds to year. The theme is... read more

Holding On

Whilst all of us are all living in the limbo of lockdown, our experience of it varies greatly from person to person and family to family, as indeed from nation to nation. It has been a delight to hear of a number of households who have been relishing every moment and... read more