The Eucharist – Sixth Sunday After The Epiphany


The order of service is posted beneath the audio file so that you can join in with the service. The words in bold type are the ones we say together. If you want to physically partake of communion you will require a small piece of bread and a small amount of drink (preferably made from grapes and containing alcohol). How you view the nature of this part of the service is completely up to you.

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The Eucharist – Sixth Sunday After The Epiphany — 4 Comments

  1. Good googly-moogly, MP. Your link is demanding a name&email address:

    “Enter your details below to receive a secure download link to this file via email.” [Note, no streaming option]

    Is that intentional?

    • Yes. But you only have to sign up once and there is a streaming option available when you have signed up (click on “View Online” when you get to the download page instead of “Download”). The reason for this new system is that it allows me to send begging letters to people who download my files. I either have to double the amount donated to me each month or give up the whole thing. This revamping of Saint Laika’s is my last go at making my online ministry sustainable.

  2. Well I was just coming on to tell you how much I enjoyed the service.
    “I Want To Be Good So Bad”–amazing, where do you ever find these ones?
    I hope you can stir up some contributions, for the thought of you going off-line is not one I’d like to think about.

    Along with JCF I wasn’t sure what was happening with the prompt. I wonder if others also thought there was a glitch?

    Anyway, thanks for this one. The sermon was perfect, also.

    • Thanks, Tim. Where do I find them? The answer is that it is all down to hard work. It takes me many hours to get the music together for each Sunday service. For example, I go through every classical release each week to identify the best mass settings that are being recorded. Then I identify the buzz words or phrases in each of the readings and trawl through hundreds of recordings which contain the buzzwords in their title. I also try to think laterally and employ my knowledge of music to come up with more left of centre tunes. So, yes, I think it is appropriate that I receive some recompense from those who enjoy the product of my labours, but only if they can afford to contribute. I certainly do not expect people as poorly off as me, or even twice as well off as me, to donate anything at all. Such people are free to download my files for nowt and without any feelings of guilt.