• ‘The First-Born Seraph’

    Charles Wesley's famous hymn 'And can it be?' is still sung from time to time ...

  • Christ-Centred Worship

    Bryan Chapell, whose book Christ-Centred Preaching: Redeeming the Expository ...

  • Dan Kimball on ’emerging worship’

    Perspectives on Christian Worship: Five Views is a 2009 publication from Broadman ...

  • God bless the ‘Sunday Assembly’

    Yesterday morning (9th November 2014), the Norwich 'Sunday Assembly' held its ...

  • Has worship music lost its soul?

    Writing in a recent issue of Christianity magazine, Andy Walton asks if some ...

  • Is church man enough?

    Is church man enough? Dave Hopwood thinks that it is not, and offers some interesting ...

  • Meditating on Christ’s sufferings

    Given the reticence and reserve with which the NT dwells on the physical aspects ...

  • On going to church, anyway

    In some ways, the concept of 'going to church' is not a very biblical one.  ...

  • Shall we dance?

    The Shakers of the late 18th and early 19th centuries put forth a number of ...

  • Stuart Townend in Norwich

    Holy Trinity, Norwich, was the venue last night for a concert from Stuart Townend ...

  • Those imprecatory psalms

    The Psalms are the best-loved and most-used part of the Old Testament.  But ...

  • To whom are our hymns addressed?

    It's interesting to note the different persons who are addressed in the various ...

  • Worship on death row

    On 29th April, eight convicted drug traffickers, including the two ring-leaders ...