Learning Makaton or BSL Signing in Worship
Shannon O’Flanagan is currently a little known YouTuber but we thought you’d enjoy her worship with BSL and if you’re wanting to learn, her videos will help a lot.
Beautiful videos that will aid your worship whether or not you know and use sign language:
I love this clip of Open the Eyes of My Heart Lord and just had to share it with you:
Epiphany Music is an adaptable music ensemble of professional musicians offering creative musical events with an emphasis on improvisation and innovation. We are pleased to be able to share their visualisations with you.
They are based on spontaneous improvisations performed live by six musicians at Wells Cathedral Chapter House: Richard Williamson (viola), Dave Hart (flute), Linda Entwistle (keyboard/vocals), Jo Garcia (cello), Nigel Cameron (Irish whistles/percussion) and Julie Cameron-Hall (violin).
I heard Linda Entwhistle sing her composition of Isaiah 40 in 1993 when I was just 16y old in Yorkshire. I was meant to be revising for my GCSEs! But it became a crucial piece of music because from 1998, I could not attend church due to severe illness for a good 10 years and I had bought the cassette of whole orchestral piece. Lo and behold, Linda now lives near Worcester, has become a great friend and has recently made this visualisation of the first few verses.Fran
In the midst of the life’s challenges, here’s a ‘Blessing’ from Epiphany Music. We hope this will help you to find hope.
“The Deeper Magic Before the Dawn of Time”, a Quote from the Narnia story ‘The Lion, The Watch and the Wardrobe’ by C.S. Lewis, the Easter Story Reimagined.
“I Lift my Eyes to the Hills” contains scenes from the Himalayas in Nepal. This video is based on some more spontaneous improvisations performed live by Epiphany in Wells Cathedral Chapter House at the end of January 2020. The ambient sound is the natural acoustic of the Chapter House.
Philip Roderick is an Anglican priest, a percussionist, an educator and a writer who worked as a trainer in theology and spirituality for both laity and clergy. Many threads are woven into his spiritual experience, including meditation, the monastic tradition and contact with other religions.