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Signs of Hope

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Jesus - a Sign of Challenge The fifth of six services for Lent in which The Rev
Dr George Carey points to signs of God at work in people's lives. Margaret Collingwood joins members of the Taunton Council of Churches and the choir of BISHOP FOX'S SCHOOL in St John 's Church for a service in the Roman Catholic tradition led by Canon Patrick Lynch.
Hymns: Lift high the cross; Glory be to Jesus; Stabat Mater ; Were you there?; Crown him with many crowns. Motet: Ave Verum (Elgar) Readings include parts of the narrative of the trial and death of Jesus, and Mark 10, vv 35-45
TV presentation ROGER HUTCHINGS

Contributors

Unknown: Dr George Carey
Unknown: Margaret Collingwood
Unknown: St John
Unknown: Canon Patrick Lynch.
Unknown: Stabat Mater
Unknown: Roger Hutchings

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