Recent additions to StF+

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For all he came, for all he lived

“For all he came, for all he lived” by Beverley Jones New on 11 August 2020 – a hymn inspired by John Wesley's "Four Alls" see details

 

A man despised and laughed to scorn

“A man, despised and laughed to scorn” by Andrew Brown New on 11 August 2020 – an unflinching take on the crucifixion, asking hard questions see details

 

We'll walk with you

“We'll walk with you” (“God called you, Jesus, into Jordan's deep”) by Andrew Herbert New on 11 August 2020 – a Lent hymn for all seasons see details

 

We would believe: Lord, help our unbelieving

“We would believe: Lord, help our unbelieving”  by Beverley Jones New on 11 August 2020 – asks how we help communites and individuals to grieve and move on in faith see details

 

Streets are filled with many people (A Living Pentecost)

“Streets are filled with many people” (A Living Pentecost) by Raj Bharath Patta and Clare Stainsby New on 14 May 2020 – Pentecost is as much about "turning the tables" as it is a time for celebration see details