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saint benedict’s table is a liturgical community in the Anglican tradition, deeply involved at the intersection of faith and culture. Along with posting our weekly Sunday sermons, we are creating new podcasts exploring themes and questions of interest both to the church and to the wider culture. Inspired by what Robert Webber called “the church’s ancient-future,” we draw deeply on the great liturgical, theological and spiritual traditions of our forebears as we explore new ground, new music, new ideas and new futures. Visit us at stbenedictstable.ca
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A music podcast featuring "Look to the Light," a new song by Lois Gillespie. This one was recorded in her home using a fairly simple set-up, so think of it as being more of a demo than a studio polished recording. For a little more information on the song and to read the lyrics, please visit the podcast web post.  For more information on Lois's music please visit her website, where you can find information on ordering a physical copy of her recorded CDs. You can also access the full catalogue of these music podcasts  - including other songs by Lois Gillespie - by clicking here.You might also consider offering a bit of support for our online ministry, which you can do through the Donate page on our website.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
A sermon by Jamie Howison from Sunday June 13, 2021, on 1 Samuel 15:34 -16:13.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
A  podcast conversation with the playwright Hannah Foulger. Hannah is currently serving an arts residency with saint benedict's table, and in this episode she reflects on her passion for theatre and story-telling, and how her work is shaped by life with a disability. For a little more information about Hannah, please go to the podcast web post. You can also read the various pieces she has written for the Rupert's Land News by clicking here. Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
A sermon by Paul Peters Derry from Sunday June 6, 2021, on 1 Samuel 8:4-20. June 6 was to have been a celebration of Paul's ordination to the transitional diaconate, but that was side-lined by the current health restrictions on gatherings in our city. He speaks to that very thoughtfully in this sermon.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
A music podcast featuring Gord Johnson's song "Praise the Father" from the 1994 trio project Unlikely Icon, with Steve Bell and Larry Campbell. For a little more information on the song and to read the lyrics, please visit the podcast web post. You can also access the full catalogue of these music podcasts  - including other songs by Gord Johnson - by clicking here. You might also consider offering a bit of support for our online ministry, which you can do through the Donate page on our website.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
A sermon by Jamie Howison for Trinity Sunday, May 30, 2021,  on Isaiah 6:1-8 and John 3:1-17.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
A music podcast featuring Gord Johnson's Pentecost song "Tongues of Fire," from the 1994 trio project Unlikely Icon, with Steve Bell and Larry Campbell.  For a little more information on the song and to read the lyrics, please visit the podcast web post. You can also access the full catalogue of these music podcasts  - including other songs by Gord Johnson - by clicking here. Stay up to date on how the church is dealing with these unprecedented events on our For A Time Like This web page. There you will find resources, words of encouragement, and more of these music podcasts.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
A sermon by Jamie Howison for Pentecost, May 23, 2021,  on  Acts 2:1-21 and John 15:26-27; 16:4b-15. Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
A sermon by Jamie Howison for the Seventh Sunday in Eastertide, May 16, 2021,  on  John 17:6-19. The sermon incorporates lyrics from Steve Bell's song, "This is Love," a recording of which from his 1997 album Romantics and Mystics is included at the end of the podcast. Thanks to Steve for his permission to use this recording.  Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
A music podcast featuring "Pass the Cup", a song by Jenny Moore originally released on our 2007 album, We Will Not Be Silent: music from saint benedict's table.  For a little more information on the song and to read the lyrics, please visit the podcast web post. You can also access the full catalogue of these music podcasts  - including other songs by Jenny Moore - by clicking here. If you are interested in a CD copy of the We Will Not Be Silent album please contact us and we'll arrange to get one to you for the cost of shipping. You can also access the album on Apple Music . Stay up to date on how the church is dealing with these unprecedented events on our For A Time Like This web page. There you will find resources, words of encouragement, and more of these music podcasts.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
A sermon by our guest preacher, Helen Holbrook, for the Sixth Sunday in Eastertide on  1 John 5:1-6 and John 15:9-17, offered on May 9, 2021.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
A podcast drawing from our archive of audio material, featuring Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove on the New Monasticism. Recorded at the Ellice Theatre on November 17, 2009, this was one of three recordings made during Jonathan's four day visit to saint benedict's table.For more information on the session, please visit the podcast web post. To learn more about Jonathan's work, you can go to his website. Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
A sermon for the Fifth Sunday in Eastertide by Jamie Howison, on  1 John 4:7-21 and John 15:1-8, offered on May 2, 2021.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
With the 4th Sunday in Eastertide - "Good Shepherd Sunday" - just behind us, we decided to record a reading of a reflection piece on the 23rd Psalm, drawn from a book co-authored by Jamie Howison and Steve Bell. The book is I Will Not Be Shaken: A Songwriter's Journey Through the Psalms, which was released in 2015 with a companion album of seventeen Psalm-based songs written and recorded by Steve over the years. For song lyrics and more information please head to the web post for this podcast. For more information on I Will Not Be Shaken, you can go to Steve Bell's website. Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
I am the Good Shepherd

I am the Good Shepherd

2021-04-2613:11

A sermon for the Fourth Sunday in Eastertide by Jamie Howison, on Psalm 23 and John 10:11-18, offered on April 25, 2021.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
A sermon podcast drawing from our archive of audio material, featuring Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove. This sermon was recorded on November 15, 2009, and is one of three recordings made during Jonathan's four day visit to saint benedict's table.For more information on the session, please visit the podcast web post. You can also go to the web post for Jonathan's lecture on "God's Economy," which we released as a podcast on April 8, 2021. To learn more about Jonathan's work, you can go to his website. Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
The Gospel is a Song

The Gospel is a Song

2021-04-1915:18

A sermon for the Third Sunday in Eastertide by Jamie Howison, on Luke 24:36b-48, offered on April 18, 2021.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
An Eastertide sermon by Paul Peters Derry, on John 20:19-31, offered on April 11, 2021. Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
A podcast drawing from our archive of audio material, featuring Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove on "God's Economy." Recorded at the late-lamented Aqua Books on November 14, 2009, this was one of three recordings made during Jonathan's four day visit to saint benedict's table. For more information on the session, please visit the podcast web post. To learn more about Jonathan's work, you can go to his website. Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
An Easter  sermon by Jamie Howison, on 1 Corinthians 15:1-11 and Mark 16:1-8, offered on April 4, 2021. This sermon draws on Makoto Fujimura’s recent book, Art and Faith: a theology of making . Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict’s table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we’ve been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.
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