Primus leads worship on Radio Scotland

The Primus, Bishop Mark Strange, concludes a month of worship on BBC Radio Scotland programme New Every Sunday this weekend.

His last act of worship of the month in the April series is on Sunday 28 April, when he explores how Christians can develop a relationship with Christ through the story of the resurrection.

New Every Sunday is broadcast every week at 7am, and lasts for half an hour. To tune in live or listen again after the broadcast, click here.

And from 9am on Sunday, still on Radio Scotland, Fr Philip Blackledge (inset) will be a guest on the Sunday Morning programme, talking about “how to create good disruption”, Beltane, and fifteen minute services. Link available here.

Earlier this week, Fr Blackledge gave Thought For The Day on BBC Radio Scotland. The Rector of Holy Trinity Melrose highlighted our need for independent thinkers who stay true to their beliefs – from John the Baptist and Isaiah, to Albert Einstein and Emiline Pankhurst. To listen again, click here.

Meanwhile. Bishop Marks’s three previous acts of worship from earlier this month can be listened to again at the following links:

21 April: exploring Disciple Peter’s experience of the resurrection

14 April: exploring Disciple Thomas’ experience of the resurrection

7 April: exploring Mary Magdalene’s experience of the resurrection