Today we are royalists! Just kidding – today we’re looking at the hymns and songs that were performed during the coronation of King Charles III. Put the kettle on and join us as we recap the highs and lows of this historic event.
We’re talking about doxologies this week! What are they? Where do they come from? What are we supposed to do with them? What does that word even mean?? If you’ve ever asked yourself any of those questions, this episode is for you.
Today we’re really excited to welcome special guest Cody Curtis, founder and director of the ensemble Psallos. We will be speaking about their latest album on Philippians and the challenges of composing songs about scripture.
Today, we’re delighted to welcome Greg de Blieck, a local hymnwriter, and leader of the New Scottish Hymns Band. We discuss the importance of simplicity in sung worship, Greg’s own hymnwriting process, and why folk music works so well for congregational singing.
Today we’re talking with special guest, Anne Sey. We’ll be talking about how to get the most out of your next trip to the library, how singing is critical to your child’s development, and why you shouldn’t wait to start singing hymns with your kids.
Following on from our previous episode, we’re taking a deeper look into the method behind the music of churches like Hillsong. We’re looking at the origins of the Pentecostal and Revivalist movements, and we’re going to try to answer the million dollar question: should Christians sing these songs at church?
Today we are responding to the documentary ‘Hillsong: A Megachurch Exposed.’ What’s all the hype about anyway? The history, the rise to worldwide fame, the scandals – we discuss it all. We watched it, so now you don’t have to.
Today, we’re kicking off a short series on Handel’s ‘Messiah’ with special guests D. J. Bulls and Dr Aaron Rice. We’re looking the man behind this epic piece, discussing how Handel was instrumental in forming the music of an era, and analysing why his music has stood the test of time. All that and more!
In this week’s episode, we’ve got Randall Goodgame with us to discuss children’s music in the church and home. We talk about the importance of music when teaching children, how hymns give us a well-rounded theology, and how we’re all children really. All that and more!
In today’s episode we are talking to special guest Keith Getty. We’re speaking about his brand new album, Confessio: Irish American Roots, how traditional music should be considered in the church, and why the hymns of old are so, so sweet. All that and more!