John Bell & Wild Goose Resource Group
From John L Bell and the Wild Goose Resource Group, 19 new songs that are singable, road tested and gutsy. Special offer: Get the PDF e-book version for £2 when you buy it together with this version.
22 hymns (words & music), exploring themes not easily found in the standard repertoire, by Leith Fisher, who was a minister and a member of the Iona Community. Special book plus e-book deal.
One hundred 21st-century hymn texts by John L Bell & Graham Maule that can be sung to familiar tunes - making the most of minimal congregational song resources in an accessible and resilient way.
A new songbook from John L. Bell. Twenty-one songs from various parts of the world - as far apart as Hawaii, Singapore, Mozambique, Glasgow and elsewhere - intended, as the title (which comes from the words of Jesus) suggests, to liberate us from limited horizons
A songbook containing a new collection of short songs for use in worship from John L. Bell. Includes material from the developing world along with recent output from the Wild Goose Resource Group.
When a loved one dies there is a need to express deep gratitude for their life and celebrate their time on earth. This book of congregational songs from the Wild Goose Resource Group helps all those who have experienced profound loss at either a personal or communal level.
This follow-up to the bestselling songbook Come All You People offers 40 previously unpublished songs of similar variety which have been sung in prisons, on pilgrimages, at open air festivals, by cathedral choirs, and teenage and in-house music groups.
A collection of nineteen songs drawing on the biblical songs of justice, World Church songs of protest and praise, and songs of experience from late twentieth-century Britain.
Songbook containing 62 songs and chants for Lent, Eastertide and Pentecost. Includes: Travelling the road to freedom * Be still and know * Jesus Christ is waiting * Lord of the morning * Kyrie/Sanctus & Benedictus/Agnus Dei (Kentigern setting)
Tracing the sometimes sure, sometimes faltering steps of Jesus and his followers through the entire season of Lent, to Easter Day and then beyond, these songs allow us to reflect on their progress, enter their experience and ultimately to make their confusion, doubt, joy and liberation our own. Many are four-part harmony, which will be satisfying for music groups or choirs to sing, as well as being accessible to congregations.
These 50 songs of challenge, change and encouragement are offered as a companion to the liturgies of the Iona Abbey Worship Book (2001 edition), which is used by an increasing number of congregations a long way from the island of Iona.
Sixty-two songs of Creation, the Incarnation and the life of Jesus, encompassing a range of styles from folk hymns to contemporary carols.
The identity of Christians is intimately tied up with what they sing. Hymns and songs affect our understanding of the width or narrowness of the Gospel, whether faith is couched in archaic language or reflects contemporary culture and whether the church is essentially monochrome or mosaic.