Well ....

Here we are .... Bert Tosh (producer) and me (the rector) giving last minute instructions, with Andrea Rea (Director of Music) showing approval. You'll notice that the light outside is quite bright at eight o'clock now that the hour has changed.
The programme is available for the next seven days at this site:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00vknpy
To see photographs of the church building and windows go here:
http://www.pauldawson.co.uk/stnicholas/
Everything looks so wonderful, and I will definitely listen later. Thank you for the link. I bet everyone is excited.
posted October 31st, 2010  
I love the windows. I will check the stite
posted October 31st, 2010  
I loved all the images, especially the windows. Very beautiful.

posted October 31st, 2010  
I just finished listening to the sermon. Your passion for your work comes through your voice. I enjoyed it very much. Thanks for sharing.
posted October 31st, 2010  
A very special service - privileged to be there!
posted October 31st, 2010  
well done loved listenign to it.
posted October 31st, 2010  
This is so beautiful! I love the windows behind you with the light...and seeing the church from this perspective. You do amazing work, Elizabeth.
posted October 31st, 2010  
I just listened to your service here in the US. Thank you for an inspired morning!
posted October 31st, 2010  
Thank you for a lovely morning. It was really special sitting in Cape Town participating in your service. Oh - and I must say it - I do love the accents!
posted October 31st, 2010  
I enjoyed the service very much, very inspirational. How wonderful to touch so many people world wide. Kudos from Seattle.
posted October 31st, 2010  
Oh, lovely - I listened to it and I loved the hymns and your accent!
posted October 31st, 2010  
Graceful service - we are listening to the BBC-nett.
Greetings from Norway
posted October 31st, 2010  
And you came over loud and clear in Australia too!
posted October 31st, 2010  
Listened to you here too! Mum tried to persuade me out of bed this morning to listen with Dad (he always listens before getting up to do his morning service), but I waited until later when I was a bit more awake. Great sermon and I love the accent. Your singing was pretty good too (from the congregation/choir, don't think we could hear you over everyone else!). :-D
posted October 31st, 2010  
Thank you for the link. I will have to give it a listen.
posted November 1st, 2010  
What a good photo to go with your Church Service!

Hello Elizabeth! I listened to your Church Service and really enjoyed it here in Australia.
I sang along with the hymns :)
The music was wonderful!
I just love your accent - a wonderful Service - congratulations.
It was nice to hear your voice over the miles.
posted November 1st, 2010  
Wonderful capture x
posted November 1st, 2010  
@digitalrn @moncooga @sarasdadandmom @keneva @ukers @mrssmith @mirmax @eleanor @seattle @tiiti67 @tove @cmt2812 @wormentude @cirasj @loey5150 @redfl83 To all of you - thank you for your comments. What fun to think that you now know what I sound like!!! And am amazed at how many different places across the world can hear the service!
posted November 1st, 2010  
How fun, Elizabeth! I am listening to your service and beautiful music right this very minute while looking at you all in this picture. What an amazing world we live in, eh? :-)
posted November 1st, 2010  
@Swazzette Strangely small world! The man on the extreme left in the picture does the solo verse in the Psalm. He's called James.
posted November 1st, 2010  
Thanks to 365 and the blessing of the internet I have heard the Rev. Elizabeth Hanna give a sermon. What a beautiful chuch and service.
Thank you for sharing the link.
posted November 1st, 2010  
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