Tonight I was joined by Lisa Whymark, ordinand and family worker at St. Peter’s church in Hutton. Lisa told us about her Christian journey that had begun when a neighbour took her to church when she was a child. Then she appreciated the community. When moving to Hutton and feeling she did not know anyone, she went to the church seeking community. Here her faith has grown with deepening involvement. She is bemused to find herself travelling to London one day a week for lectures as part of her training for the ordained ministry in the Church of England. She told us about some great activities happening at the church, many involving mums from the school. She also told us about the Daily Bread Café, where food is donated by some shops. More info on www.huttonparish.com
We remembered the birthdays of Bob Dylan, Rosanne Cash and Guy Fletcher.
Tom Jones _ Lord help the poor and needy
Dusty Springfield – Son of a preacher man – chosen by Lisa
Paul Weller – You do something to me – chosen by Lisa
Dolly Parton – 9 -5. – chosen by Lisa
The Goodbye Look – Eye to eye
Everley Brothers – Cathy’s clown – No 1 this week in 1960 – requested by Phyl
Henry Manci – Theme from the Pink Panther
Mungo Gerry – In the summertime – requested by Patrick – NO 1 in at least 11 countries in the summer of 1970, with global sales of over 30 million.
Rag n Bone man – Grace – requested by Chris
Happy birthday Bob Dylan, 78 today.
Blowin in the wind, Subterranean homesick blues.
Happy birthday Rosanne Cash, 64 today I’m only sleeping – cover of Beatles track.
Happy birthday Guy Fletcher from Dire Straits, 59 today.
Lauren Daigle – Still rolling stones
Feature album Dusty in Memphis. Music critic Robert Christgoau has called it ‘the all-time rock era torch record’.
Windmills of your mind
Just one smile
Hunter Hayes – Dear God
Emerson, Lake & Palmer – From the beginning
Aloe Black & Kelly Clarkson – Love goes on – from the soundtrack of the film The Shack.
Join me in two weeks when my guest is Rob Aston who will be telling us all about the retreat house at Pleshey.