Anglicans in tune with singer Bailey
The Anglican Diocese is singing its songs to God in a new way.
The diocese and gospel singer/songwriter Judy Bailey have collaborated to produce a modern take on the liturgy – in book and CD.
Reverend Dr Michael Clarke said it was one of their efforts to bridge the gap between the church and the ever evolving music industry. He was speaking during a Press briefing yesterday in the diocesan secretariat, Mandeville House, Henry’s Lane, Collymore Rock, St Michael.
“One of the challenges we face is finding new methods of delivery. We have to be very cognizant of the way young people engage with their world and for the average young person that is often through an iPad, iPod and a pair of headphones so we have to be able to find ways and means to continue the Sunday worship experience throughout the rest of the week,” he said. (CA)