007 - Online Worship

May 13, 06:00 AM

Three ministers and a musical director share their thinking and learning about online worship in this new episode of the These Three Remain podcast. Revs Gordon Best (Newmills), David Leach (Union Road and Lecumpher) and Gareth McFadden (Kilbride) are in conversation with PCI's Discipleship Development Officer Rick Hill who also catches up with Ballykeel’s worship leader Andy Murray. This episode finishes with a beautiful version of Be Thou My Vision that Andy safely recorded with other musicians during lockdown. If you have a story of faith, hope or love from your congregation to share, get in touch with rhill@presbyterianireland.org. You can find more resources around These Three Remain at https://presbyterianireland.org/thesethreeremain and subscribe to this podcast to hear future episodes by searching for 'These Three Remain Presbyterian' in your favourite podcast software. Edited by Alan Meban

Three ministers and a musical director share their thinking and learning about online worship in this new episode of the These Three Remain podcast.
 
Revs Gordon Best (Newmills), David Leach (Union Road and Lecumpher) and Gareth McFadden (Kilbride) are in conversation with PCI's Discipleship Development Officer Rick Hill who also catches up with Ballykeel’s worship leader Andy Murray. This episode finishes with a beautiful version of Be Thou My Vision that Andy safely recorded with other musicians during lockdown.
 
If you have a story of faith, hope or love from your congregation to share, get in touch with rhill@presbyterianireland.org. You can find more resources around These Three Remain at https://presbyterianireland.org/thesethreeremain and subscribe to this podcast to hear future episodes by searching for 'These Three Remain Presbyterian' in your favourite podcast software.
 
Edited by Alan Meban