Moderator joins with faith leaders to condemn attack

Moderator joins with faith leaders to condemn attack

Rt. Rev. Dr Russell Barr joined with representatives of ecumenical and interfaith groups and with Muslim faith leaders to condemn the deadly attack at Westminster Palace on Wednesday 22 March and to call for peace and healing. They issued the following statement:

As representatives and leaders of our various faith communities, we are united in our condemnation of Wednesday’s terrorist attack in London.

Love of God and love of neighbour are the guiding principles of our faith traditions and we deplore all acts of violence.

Trusting in God’s healing presence and power, our thoughts and prayers are with everyone who has been bereaved, injured or left traumatised by this terrible incident

We urge everyone of whatever faith tradition or none to live peaceably with their neighbours and to actively uphold the values of compassion, love and respect.

Right Rev Dr Russell Barr, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
Dr Naji Arfaj, Executive Director, Edinburgh Central Mosque
Hassan Rabbani, Annandale Mosque, Leith, Edinburgh
Imam Sayed Razawi, Director General, Scottish Ahlul Bayt Society, Edinburgh
Rev Matthew Ross, General Secretary of Action of Churches Together in Scotland, Stirling
Iain Stewart, General Secretary, Edinburgh Interfaith Association, Edinburgh
Maureen Sier, Secretary, Interfaith Scotland, Glasgow

Revival FM seeks talented people to join the team

Revival FM seeks talented people to join the team

100.8 Revival FM at its Cumbernauld studio base is currently seeking talented folk to join the team!

As the “Heart & Soul of your community” featuring uplifting music across all genres, the Revival FM presenters encourage people with daily tips on navigating life’s challenges.

There is also the Revival FM What’s On Guide intimating events in and around Cumbernauld, Kilsyth, Kirkintilloch and across central Scotland plus national and international news and the “Word in Season” thought of the day, written and voiced by regular people who have been touched by an extraordinary saviour.

Additionally, Revival FM hosts, promotes and delivers exciting concerts and inspiring events.

“If you’d like to become part of the Revival FM team, we would welcome the gift of your time in helping prepare weekly programmes, download featured programming, post social media and spreading the word about Revival” says Connie MacLeod, Revival FM Promotions Officer (pictured right).connie-macleod-revival-fm-2

Computer skills would be helpful, however, previous radio broadcasting experience is not required.

Connie adds: “All we ask is a few hours of your time each week; an authentic passion for Jesus and a willingness to have fun learning! If this sounds like you, or someone you know, contact me, Connie MacLeod, Revival FM Promotions Officer by email at: connie@revival.fm

Please pass the word! Thanks.”

“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations”. Matthew. 28:19

TTBA playlist Wednesday 15 March 2017

TTBA playlist Wednesday 15 March 2017

Turn The Beat Around is produced and presented by Ian Arbuckle and broadcast on 100.8 Revival FM on Wednesday evenings from 8.00 until 10.00pm with a repeat on Saturdays 3.00 until 5.00pm plus available for 7 days after broadcasting at Catch Up anytime.

 

Playlist for the programme on Wednesday 15 March; repeat Saturday 18 March 2017.

Cuddly Toy – Roachford
Lido Sdhuffle – Boz Scaggs
Every Day – Danen Kane
DRIVING SONG 
Sweet Talkin Woman – ELO
Burn Bright – John Neufield
Ready for the Weekend – Calvin Harris
Darlin’ – Frankie Miller
Skies So Blue – Rocket Summer
ALBUM NEWS AND TOP 10 COUNTDOWN 
Maybe Tomorrow – The Chords
Night Train – James Brown
Flaming Arrows Carmen Justice
ALBUM OF THE MONTH 1 

emile-sande-cdShakes – Emile Sande
Look On Up – Reliant K
The Duck – Willie Hutch
Country Girl – Vickie Baines
I’m Learning to Trust My Man – Sisters Love
Stop the Car – Fatherson
ALBUM OF THE MONTH 2 
Garden – Emile Sande
Runaway Train – Soul Asylum
It’s the falling in love – Carole Bayer Sager
Addicted to Love – Robert Palmer
Kings and Queens – 30 Seconds to Mars
DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN? Music and news from history
Club Tropicana – Wham
Automatic – Pointer Sisters
Skinny Roads – Emma Mullings
Daddy’s Girl – One Girl Nation
Up Against the Wall – Fiction Family
The Great Awakening – Leeland

TTBA playlist for Wednesday 8 March 2017

TTBA playlist for Wednesday 8 March 2017

Turn The Beat Around is produced and presented by Ian Arbuckle and broadcast on 100.8 Revival FM on Wednesday evenings from 8.00 until 10.00pm with a repeat on Saturdays 3.00 until 5.00pm plus available for 7 days after broadcasting at Catch Up anytime.

Playlist for the programme on Wednesday 8 March; repeat Saturday 11 March 2017.

Young Hearts Run Free – Candi Statton
Dark Necessities – Red Hot Chilli Peppers
When I Get There – Ben Rector
DRIVING SONG 
Gimme all your lovin’ – ZZ Top
I Turn Everything – Switchfoot
The Honeythief Hipsway
If I was Midge Ure
Every day Danen Kane
ALBUM NEWS AND TOP 10 COUNTDOWN
Biff Bang Pow – The Creation
Smokestack Lightning – Howlin’ Wolf
Contact – Falling Up
ALBUM OF THE MONTH 1 
Give Me Something – Emile Sande
She’s losing it – Belle and Sebastian
NORTHEN SOUL CLASSICS
This love starved heart of mine Marvin Gaye
Look at me The Deletts
Living a lie The High Keys
Darkest part of the night Teenage Fanclub
ALBUM OF THE MONTH 2
emile-sande-cdRight Now – Emile Sande (pictured CD album)
My Guy – Aretha Franklin
I Just Died in Your Arms – Cutting Crew
Someday We’ll Know – New Radicals
Hazard – Richard Marx
DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN? Music/News from History
I can’t stand the rain – Eruption
Ladies Night – Kool and The Gang
Pretty Famous – All Star United
Nerves – Icon for Hire
Rise – The Wyntr
Pray With Me – Rick Astley

Ian says: “Thanks for listening to Turn the Beat Around on 100.8 Revival FM.  I’m Ian Arbuckle, and I’ll be back again next week, same time.”