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At Your Service

Sunday, January 9th, 2022 - 30 minutes

The 6th of January is the official end of the Christmas season - it finishes with the Epiphany - a feast that is celebrated in different ways, according to local customs, all around the world.  In the Christian church, it is the day when we recall the 3 Kings, or Magi, following a star to find the Christ child, and is a reminder that the Son of God came to offer fullness of life to everyone - whoever and wherever you are.  It's this gift of love that we must never let go - and indeed the true work of Christmas only starts when the festivities end.
This is the theme of today's programme - explored in thoughts, words and a wonderful selection of music - from Peter Cornelius's magnificent 'The Three Kings' to Moya Brennan's version of 'Love Came Down At Christmas' - and more!
And the words include some star gazing with Howard Parkin, and the late John Kennaugh, whose words are as fresh, powerful and relevant as they were 15 years ago!
Notice Board news, and suggestions for hymns to be featured in future programmes, can all be sent to me via email - judithley@manxradio.com

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