The Church Of England In Barlborough & Clowne

The Church Of England In Barlborough & Clowne

By Bryony Taylor
This is the podcast for the Church of England in Barlborough and Clowne - sharing news and worship from our little corner of North East Derbyshire
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Daily Prayer Service for Holy Wednesday
Join us for prayer and scripture in the middle of Holy Week
08:07
April 8, 2020
A service of prayer and scripture for Holy Tuesday
Join us in prayer this Holy Week
08:14
April 7, 2020
Prayer on Holy Monday
Join us for prayer in Holy Week
05:57
April 6, 2020
Friday poem. Today by Mary Oliver
Today By Mary Oliver
01:19
April 3, 2020
Daily prayer with meditation
Join us for prayer and a meditation on the experience of this coronavirus pandemic.
06:47
April 2, 2020
Prayer for today - a Litany of Supplication
Today we use a Litany of Supplication as said by Pope Francis on 27th March 2020.
06:37
April 1, 2020
Say morning prayer with us, start the day well
Read along on our website bcjj.org.uk
07:27
March 31, 2020
Join us for prayer as we begin passiontide
Simple daily prayer
08:53
March 30, 2020
Friday poem: The Peace of Wild Things by Wendell Berry
“The Peace of Wild Things” Wendell Berry
01:41
March 27, 2020
Daily Prayer for Thursday 26th March
Join in with the words at http://bcjj.org.uk/worship/listen-to-sermons/
06:50
March 26, 2020
Prayer on the Feast of the Annunciation
Join in on our church website: http://bcjj.org.uk/worship/listen-to-sermons/
11:23
March 25, 2020
Join me for Morning prayer - make it part of your routine
Follow the words on our website bcjj.org.uk
07:03
March 24, 2020
Pray Psalm 77 with me
Psalm 77 - read along with me 1    I cry aloud to God;  ♦ I cry aloud to God and he will hear me. 2    In the day of my trouble I have sought the Lord;  ♦ by night my hand is stretched out and does not tire; my soul refuses comfort. 3    I think upon God and I groan;  ♦ I ponder, and my spirit faints. 4    You will not let my eyelids close;  ♦ I am so troubled that I cannot speak. 5    I consider the days of old;  ♦ I remember the years long past; 6    I commune with my heart in the night;  ♦ my spirit searches for understanding. 7    Will the Lord cast us off for ever?  ♦ Will he no more show us his favour? 8    Has his loving mercy clean gone for ever?  ♦ Has his promise come to an end for evermore? 9    Has God forgotten to be gracious?  ♦ Has he shut up his compassion in displeasure? 10  And I said, ‘My grief is this:  ♦ that the right hand of the Most High has lost its strength.’ 11  I will remember the works of the Lord  ♦ and call to mind your wonders of old time. 12  I will meditate on all your works  ♦ and ponder your mighty deeds. 13  Your way, O God, is holy;  ♦ who is so great a god as our God? 14  You are the God who worked wonders  ♦ and declared your power among the peoples. 15  With a mighty arm you redeemed your people,  ♦ the children of Jacob and Joseph. 16  The waters saw you, O God; the waters saw you and were afraid;  ♦ the depths also were troubled. 17  The clouds poured out water; the skies thundered;  ♦ your arrows flashed on every side; 18  The voice of your thunder was in the whirlwind; your lightnings lit up the ground;  ♦ the earth trembled and shook. 19  Your way was in the sea, and your paths in the great waters,  ♦ but your footsteps were not known. 20  You led your people like sheep  ♦ by the hand of Moses and Aaron. Common Worship: Services and Prayers for the Church of England, material from which is included here, is copyright © The Archbishops' Council 2000 and published by Church House Publishing.
04:35
March 23, 2020
Sermon on Mothering Sunday 22nd March 2020
Listen to the sermon I gave in our first online Sunday service during the coronavirus pandemic. Follow the whole service here: http://bcjj.org.uk/category/sunday-service-online/
05:26
March 22, 2020
Friday poem - Praise the rain by Joy Harjo
Praise the Rain BY JOY HARJO Praise the rain; the seagull dive The curl of plant, the raven talk— Praise the hurt, the house slack The stand of trees, the dignity— Praise the dark, the moon cradle The sky fall, the bear sleep— Praise the mist, the warrior name The earth eclipse, the fired leap— Praise the backwards, upward sky The baby cry, the spirit food— Praise canoe, the fish rush The hole for frog, the upside-down— Praise the day, the cloud cup The mind flat, forget it all— Praise crazy. Praise sad. Praise the path on which we're led. Praise the roads on earth and water. Praise the eater and the eaten. Praise beginnings; praise the end. Praise the song and praise the singer. Praise the rain; it brings more rain. Praise the rain; it brings more rain. Joy Harjo, "Praise the Rain" from Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings.  Copyright © 2015 by Joy Harjo.  Reprinted by permission of W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. Source: Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings (W W. Norton & Company, Inc., 2015)
03:08
March 20, 2020
Evening prayer on St Joseph's day
Join in a short meditation on the past day
07:26
March 19, 2020
Simple Morning Prayer
Simple Morning Prayer from the Church of England - download the booklet here: https://www.churchofengland.org/sites/default/files/2020-03/midweek_worship_at_home_0.pdf
07:27
March 18, 2020
Prayer and meditation on St Patrick's Day
Pray St St Patrick's breastplate with us and find out how Rev Bryony has adapted a verse from scripture to help us during this health crisis.
06:45
March 17, 2020
Episode 3 - Morning Prayer (Common Worship - Church of England) Monday 16th March 2020
Follow morning prayer on our website bcjj.org.uk - go to sermons section for the text of this service.
16:02
March 16, 2020
Listen to a sermon on John 4:5-42 - the Samaritan woman at the well
This episode contains a sermon and the prayer for this week
09:29
March 15, 2020
Join us in prayer in Barlborough and Clowne as we deal with the coronavirus
Tune in to find out how we're managing the Coronavirus in the Church of England Parishes of Barlborough and Clowne and join us in prayer for all affected
04:39
March 14, 2020