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April 01, 2010

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steve

thanks Craig. I've blogged a bit about this on my site - the q/a approach to communion reminded me of the jewish passover tradition and one I found very helpful,

steve

Michelle

These are beautiful words Craig, thanks for sharing them, and I think the Esther Project may end up borrowing them at some stage!
Hope you have had a good Easter.
Michelle

Mark Newitt

There is something very powerful about the echo of Advent that 'O Come, O Come, Emmanuel' evokes; a reminder of the reason for Jesus's birth. Could you let me know which album the track you played came from.
Thanks.
Mark

craigmitchell

mark, just realised i hadn't responded! the "emmanuel" was solo guitar by william ackerman from the album "The Carols of Christmas".

Mark Newitt

Thanks Craig. Thanks also for the introduction to Will Ackerman whose music has now featured in a couple of services I've curated.

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