CDs of original praise and worship, prayer and reflections -

listen to clips here!

Have you a good cause to raise funds for? We would love people to hear our music so if you are interested in buying a pack of CDs at a discount, click here!

 

Clare and Philip are making music with the help of friends from St Augustine's Church in Milton Keynes and from the Northampton Diocese, and prayers from all over the world, for which they would like to say a huge thank you.

 Thank you...

to everyone who has supported us in making these CDs, which we hope and pray will bless everyone who listens.

Clips from the CDs are now available for download and CDs from the shop! (Please contact us if you'd like to buy individual mp3s.)  

We will be giving £1 for the sale of each CD to charities. Click here for more information.

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We are working on notation and backing track CDs. Let us know what you want and we'll let you know when it's available! Contact us.

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 Music ministers' feedback:

"Have listened to the CD's and WOW they are absolutely brilliant.

I found them to be very relaxing and moving.

All 3 very moving and beautiful. Especially the Songs of Salvation...

Adoramus Te & Songs of the Son - WOW !

Very calming, tranquil; can recommend for a gift or just to chill."

"beautiful music for prayer, reflection and adoration"

"really lovely"

"Lovely, Celtic-y"

"wow wow wow wow wow!" 

"I put on the CD and it helped me to pray regularly". 

 

A song proclaiming the resurrection of Jesus.

A song celebrating the birth of Jesus and its everlasting consequences.

A song based on Chapter 4 of the Gospel of John, when Jesus meets the Samaritan woman.

An Eastertide song.

A song reflecting on the birth of Jesus Christ.

 

A song proclaiming the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

A song celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ.

 

A reflection on the seasons of Advent and Christmas.

 

 

A reflection on the mystery of the cross. "For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son to be our Saviour." John 3:16