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HitchinHoly

HitchinHoly

By Holy Saviour Church, Hitchin
Thoughts and reflections from Holy Saviour Church, Hitchin.
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Wednesday Reflection 20 October 2021
In today's episode, Martin tells us about St Luke, evangelist and physician.
03:55
October 20, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 13 October 2021
It's Harvest Festival time of year, and Father Ian challenges us to consider harvest in the light of climate change. We end with the hymn, "Come, Ye Thankful People, Come." Hymn: CC from the Church of England CCLI #1025791​​
11:03
October 13, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 6 October 2021
In today's episode, Mike reflects on the London Marathon. We finish with the hymn, "Alleluia! Sing To Jesus." Hymn: CC from the Church of England CCLI #1025791​​
09:03
October 6, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 29 September 2021
Today is Michaelmas Day, so in this episode Jean talks about St Michael. We end with the hymn, "Ye Holy Angels Bright".  Hymn: CC from the Church of England CCLI #1025791​​
07:44
September 29, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 22 September 2021
In today's episode, Martin reflects on quietness. We finish with the hymn, "Be Still For The Presence Of The Lord". Hymn: CC from the Church of England CCLI #1025791​​
07:40
September 22, 2021
Wednesday Reflection - 15 September 2021
Father Ian reflects on the humility of the Blessed Virgin Mary Hymn: CC from the Church of England; CCLI #1025791 Tell Out My Soul, by Timothy Dudley-Smith (born 1926) from Luke 1 vs46-55 sung by St Martin’s Voices
08:22
September 15, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 8 September 2021
In our episode, Mike responds to a new book by former Archbishop, Rowan Williams. We end with the hymn, "The Head That Once Was Crowned With Thorns". Hymn: CC from the Church of England CCLI #1025791
09:41
September 8, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 1 September 2021
In today's episode, Jean reflects on the life of St Aidan, whose festival was yesterday (31 August). We finish with the hymn, "God Is Working His Purpose Out". Hymn: CC from the Church of England CCLI #1025791​​
07:34
September 1, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 25 August 2021
In today's episode, Martin reflects on renewal. We end with the anthem, "God Be In My Head". Anthem: CC from the Church of England CCLI #1025791​​
06:13
August 25, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 18 August 2021
Father Ian reflects on the current situation in Afghanistan and the notion of 'sacrifice'   Hymn: CC from the Church of England; CCLI #1025791
10:38
August 18, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 11 August 2021
In this episode, Mike reflects on his journey to faith. We finish with the hymn, "Joy To The World". Hymn: CC from the Church of England CCLI #1025791​​
08:36
August 11, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 4 August 2021
In today's episode, Martin reflects on our wonderful world. The song he refers to is, "What A Wonderful World". You can hear Louis Armstrong's version of the song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBrd_3VMC3c.
06:49
August 4, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 28 July 2021
In this episode, Father Ian relates the story of Jesus with Mary and Martha, and reflects on some important lessons for us today. We finish with the hymn, "Seek ye first the kingdom of God". Hymn: CC from the Church of England CCLI #1025791​​
08:31
July 28, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 21 July 2021
In this episode, Mike reflects on Faith and the response of the Apostles to the life of Christ. We finish with the hymn, "Shine, Jesus, Shine". Hymn: CC from the Church of England CCLI #1025791​​
09:32
July 21, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 14 July 2021
In today's episode, Jean tells us about John Keble's Assize Sermon on "National Apostasy", which gave the first impulse to the Oxford Movement and the subsequent changes in the Church of England. We finish with the hymn, "New every morning is the love". Hymn: CC from the Church of England CCLI #1025791​​
07:02
July 14, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 7 July 2021
In today's episode, Martin reflects on the creation and man's use (and abuse) of it. We finish with the poem, "God's Creation", and the hymn, "All Things Bright And Beautiful". The poem, "God's Creation", is used by kind permission of the poet, John P Read. The text appears on the website, "Family Friend Poems" (https://www.familyfriendpoems.com). Hymn: CC from the Church of England CCLI #1025791​​
08:60
July 6, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 30 June 2021
In this episode, Father Ian recounts a heart-warming experience, and reflects on hospitality. We hear the poem, "Hospitality" by New Zealand writer, Joy Cowley, and the hymn, "I Heard The Voice Of Jesus Say". Hymn: CC from the Church of England CCLI #1025791​​
10:36
June 29, 2021
HitchinHoly trailer
HitchinHoly is the podcast from Holy Saviour Church, based in the beautiful market town of Hitchin in North Hertfordshire. We are a small friendly Christian church, and we want to share with you some thoughts and reflections on a range of different topics. At present, we’re publishing a mid-week reflection every Wednesday morning. Do give us a try, and if you like what you hear, do subscribe and then you won’t miss any episodes. We look forward to your company!
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June 28, 2021
Wednesday Reflection 2 June 2021
Today Father Ian reflects on the Trinity, and talks about the Andrei Rublev icon. We finish with the hymn, "Holy, Holy, Holy". Hymn: CC from the Church of England CCLI #1025791​​
07:34
June 23, 2021