A night of music, with the Maestro

The organist entertains seeks to help keep you connected with your Church, the building, it’s surroundings and the sounds of the organ.

Welcome to another Virtual Church with the Organist Entertains.

Tonight’s episode (number 52!) features your requests and suggestions, so we’re back to the usual format. However, since this is virtual church there are some organ pieces to break up the hymns and songs (hope that’s ok).

**The Maestro had some technical problems this week, and a sore ear, so the videoing and editing took much longer than usual, so if any errors creep in, please forgive him!**

Included tonight:
– Will your anchor hold
– In Christ Alone
– Highland Cathedral
– I watch the sunrise
– I heard the voice of Jesus say
– and of course many more!

All your words will appear on the screen.  We feature some great hymns of praise and some musical interludes too.

You can donate directly to Bellshill Central Parish Church safely and securely online via this link https://cos.churchofscotland.org.uk/donate/?cong=171073

Hymns used with permission and with the following CCLI Licences
Church Copyright Licence 876673;
Music Reproduction Licence 876680
Church Video Licence 2258718;
PPL Church Licence 1593113
CLA Church Licence 1002856;
PRS for Music Church Licence 1448921
Streaming Licence 1638311

Bellshill Central Church of Scotland
Registered Charity: SC012556
346 Main Street, Bellshill, ML4 1BA
http://www.bellshillcentral.church
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