Resources for the Millennium Celebrations

We have already reproduced some prayers and hymns - please click on one of the headings (Prayers, Hymns, Motet or Educational pack) below to explore what's available.

Further contributions to the resource page are welcome. If you do not own the copyright to the item in question please advise the Secretary as to whom approaches should be made.

Prayers

Collect for St Alphege's Day

Millennium Prayer

St Alphege's Prayer

Prayer of thanks for St Alphege (1) (Rev’d John Bradford)

Prayer of thanks for St Alphege (2) (Richard Cann)

Motet

"How Blest Are They" - A Motet celebrating the lives of the saints composed by Gareth Price (Senior lay clerk at Leed's Parish Church and former choir boy at St. Alphege, Solihull), written to commemorate the Millennium of the Martyrdom of St. Alphege, 19th April 2012. (Click on the heading to download a pdf. copy)

Educational Pack

We are pleased to launch on this website an educational pack specially prepared for the St Alphege Millennium celebrations. It has been produced by Pam Price, who is a member of the congregation of St Alphege Church, Solihull, and a former Assistant Headteacher.

Click for more details

Podcast 17th January 2012 on St Alphege

We are indebted to the Clifton Diocese and Dr Giles Mercer for the following : -

“This year is a special one for the Clifton diocese and particularly for the city of Bath. The millennium anniversary of the death of one of the great saints associated with the city will be marked in 2012.

On 17th January 2012 Dr Giles Mercer (Bath historian and diocesan trustee), via a podcast, tells us a little about one of Bath’s most remarkable residents and gives us an insight into this year’s celebrations. Dr Mercer also explains St Alphege’s relevance a thousand years on and gives us insights as to why St Alphege is considered a martyr for justice, peace and reconciliation.”

To listen to the broadcast (approximately 12minutes long) click on this link

http://www.cliftondiocese.com/st-alphege-baths-candle-in-the-dark

and then on the multimedia panel which will open on the right of the screen
(Audio podcasts in mp3 format can be downloaded onto your computer by right-clicking on the link - the title of the podcast underneath the musical note icon.)

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