If I don't have to do any decorating on Saturday, I think I'll catch the 45 buz up there from Longbridge for Open Church. Might even see Tracey the organist floating about!
The hymns were all from AHON.
http://www.hopepublishing.com/html/main ... ymnID=2109
It works in any church, Dave irrespective of consecration, ordination or construction! "Fundamentalist"? "Happy flappy crappy.." Where do you get this stuff? Just because you prefer to worship in one style does not make another any less valid or correct.dave brum wrote:That's the one, without incurring the wrath and anger of the right-wing evangelical zealots.Happy clappy crappy shiny shiny praisey Lordy. I don't know if you're aware of a fundamentalist hymn book called 'Power Praise' but some herbert's attempted to translate it into Welsh. I've seen it and it doesn't translate well at all. 'Grym Mawl' is its enw Cymraeg.Gill the Piano wrote:Happy crappy, you mean...
Fundamentalist 'praise and worship songs' are sung at FF's church on one Sunday a month, under the guise of 'Family Service' in which the organ is not used. I guess the Director of Music is relegated to the piano on those Sundays...
It probably works in a church that was only consecrated in 1951.
At the end of the day, hymns and songs, in whichever form, are first and foremostly for God - they only serve to ASSIST you in the act of worshipping God; which then begs the question: Why are you bothered by what anyone else does? It's not FOR you at the end of the day.
Really disappointed by this line of commentary, guys!!