Liturgy Fit for a Queen: James Steven featured on BBC Radio Wiltshire

James Steven, programme leader in liturgy and worship here at Sarum College, and Jonathan Ball, chaplain to Bishop Nicholas Holtam, was interviewed by BBC Radio Wiltshire’s Heather Skull about the role of the church at times of national importance. The interview was featured on the BBC Radio Wiltshire’s Breakfast show Sunday, 29 April.

Steven and Ball co-taught God Save Our Gracious Queen: Liturgy at Times of National Importance, a course held on 20 April at Sarum College on the role and design of worship for national events such as the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

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