Song Presentations

From Gerard le Feuvre’s ministry: Be still . . . and pray for Ukraine

Over the past year we have a offered a variety of ways to pray for Ukraine. Here is a really precious initiative: a powerful five-minute film that Gerard le Feuvre released, followed by a reminder of the work of the Church in Kyiv, and then a precious opportunity to... read more

Taste in the air – a profoundly uplifting song by Carol

This exquisite prayer declaration by Carol Lee Sampson speaks not only to our own hearts but also to nations. Oh Lord – heal this land, For Your glory, for Your glory, heal our land. There’s a taste in the air, an aroma in the breeze . . . A sense of something... read more

Lament and Light

Lament and Light by Robert Weston, arranged by Peter Richards Ruach Breath of Life · Lament and Light It never ceases to amaze me how the Lord can be rejoicing with the bride and groom who are plighting their troth to one another, at the very same time as He suffers... read more

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