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Listen again to Sunday Worship from St Paul's on BBC Radio 4
05 February 2013In a change from its usual format, this week's Sunday Worship on BBC Radio 4 was a 40-minute feature, presented by the Canon Chancellor of St Paul's, Mark Oakley.
LISTEN AGAIN TO SUNDAY WORSHIP
(First broadcast: 3 February 2013. Includes full transcript)
Building on his Christmas sermon, in which he asked if we should be pledging loyalty to the future of the Church, rather than just to the past, Canon Oakley looks here at how the Church can be a bridge to the future.
The programme is very reflective and features interviews with those who work at the Cathedral, including the Head of Schools and Families, Janet Marshall.
The words are also interspersed with choral music, including the hymns How Shall I Sing Your Majesty and O King Enthroned On High, and Geoffrey Burgon's Nunc Dimitis.
Canon Oakley preaches his Christmas sermon Enlarge