Monday, 30 May 2011

Sermon: Absence and Abundance

Welcome to the Bloor Street United podcast for May 28th, 2011. This week, our sermon is delivered by guest preacher, Jeffrey Hocking. He reflects on Jesus'  curious declaration that after his death, his disciples will accomplish much more than he did while alive. After the sermon, we will hear the choir perform "If Ye love me" by British composer Thomas Tallis. This will be followed by a rousing organ performance of the Fuga by Samuel Wesley, for four hands, performed by our own David Passmore and Honorary Musical Associate, Chrys Bentley.

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Sunday, 15 May 2011

Sermon:"Befuddled by Faith"

Welcome to the Bloor Street United podcast for May15th, 2011. This week, Reverend Martha ter Kuile reflects on the Bible's use of sheep and shepherds as metaphors for  Christ and his followers. Following the sermon, the choir will sing George Frideric Handel's "All We Like Sheep".

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Monday, 2 May 2011

Sermon: "Springtime Grace"

Welcome to the Bloor Street United podcast for May 1st, 2011.  Today our sermon is being delivered by the Very Reverend Bruce McCleod, former Moderator of the United Church of Canada, and a longtime member of the Bloor Street Congregation. Today he reflects on the story of Noah's Ark. After his sermon we will hear a performance from Debussy's Petite Suite, for piano ( played with four hands).

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