Great Sacred Music: King of Glory, King of Peace

(Thursday 20 May 2020)

Great Sacred Music Podcast
Thursday 21 May
King of glory, King of peace

Led by Revd Dr Sam Wells with St Martin’s Voices, directed by Andrew Earis

Music:
Teach me my God and King
The king of love my shepherd is
King of Glory, King of Peace

Our online Great Sacred Music series, launched in light of St Martin’s temporary closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is uploaded every Thursday at 1.00pm.

Great Sacred Music began in 2013 and has continued on Thursdays at 1.00pm ever since. It’s part of the way St Martin’s is trying to reimagine faith and outreach. If you’d like to support our work please donate here.

 

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