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"Going to the Army!" - Marc Harry's Podcast
Salvation Army Music at its Best!
Category: Christianity
Location: Lincoln
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September 20, 2020 12:05 PM PDT

Harvest Festival - Songs of Praise

Welcome to another hour of fellowship, worship, music and bible teaching as heard on Fortress Radio - Sunday 20th September, 2020.

This week's service is part of a day of celebration on Fortress Radio marking the Harvest Festival - as we thank God for all His goodness to us throughout the year

It features music by Kettering Citadel Singing Company, the Enfield Citadel Band, Canadian Massed Bands and Choir, United Youth Choruses of the UK Territory, The London Singers, John Gowans, The Melbourne Veterans Band and more. There are also powerful prayers, bible teaching and some truly fabulous songs of praise to our wonderful Lord and Creator. Join us and enjoy taking part in this hour of fellowship!

Throughout the world we are in the grip of a dreadful pandemic. The COVID-19 virus is wreaking havoc with the day to lives of countless millions of people. One of the consequences is the fact that we cannot, for the time being, meet in worship in our churches and Salvation Army corps.

So FORTRESS RADIO has stepped in to provide two 'meetings' each Sunday at least for the duration of the curfews and lockdowns. I am pleased to be preparing the evening - or Salvation Meeting each week and the twentieth of these has just been broadcast this evening.

This is the meeting as it was broadcast. I am sharing the meeting here so people can listen again if they wish or hear it in places where Fortress Radio is unavailable.

September 13, 2020 10:49 AM PDT

CONQUERING DEATH!

Welcome to another hour of fellowship, worship, music and bible teaching as heard on Fortress Radio - Sunday 13th September, 2020.

This week's service continues the short series of meetings based on the miracles of Jesus - this week - Conquering Death (The Widow of Nain)

It features music by the International Staff Band, The International Staff Songsters, Norridge Citadel Band with vocal group Onward, Pendleton Band and the Portsmouth Citadel Songsters, The Sunbury Junior Singers and the Norfolk Fellowship Brass. There are also powerful prayers, bible teaching and some truly fabulous songs. Join us and enjoy taking part in this hour of fellowship!

Throughout the world we are in the grip of a dreadful pandemic. The COVID-19 virus is wreaking havoc with the day to lives of countless millions of people. One of the consequences is the fact that we cannot, for the time being, meet in worship in our churches and Salvation Army corps.

So FORTRESS RADIO has stepped in to provide two 'meetings' each Sunday at least for the duration of the curfews and lockdowns. I am pleased to be preparing the evening - or Salvation Meeting each week and the twentieth of these has just been broadcast this evening.

This is the meeting as it was broadcast. I am sharing the meeting here so people can listen again if they wish or hear it in places where Fortress Radio is unavailable.

September 06, 2020 11:04 AM PDT

Welcome to another hour of fellowship, worship, music and bible teaching as heard on Fortress Radio - Sunday 6th September, 2020.

This week's service continues the short series of meetings based on the miracles of Jesus - this week - Stilling the Storm

It features music by the Wellington Citadel Band, The Amsterdam Staff Band, The International Staff Songsters, The USA Western Territory Songsters and the Portsmouth Citadel Songsters, The London Singers and the Former Students of the National Music School at Cobham Hall. There are also powerful prayers - including almost 40 prayer requests, bible teaching and some truly fabulous songs. Join us and enjoy taking part in this hour of fellowship!

Throughout the world we are in the grip of a dreadful pandemic. The COVID-19 virus is wreaking havoc with the day to lives of countless millions of people. One of the consequences is the fact that we cannot, for the time being, meet in worship in our churches and Salvation Army corps.

So FORTRESS RADIO has stepped in to provide two 'meetings' each Sunday at least for the duration of the curfews and lockdowns. I am pleased to be preparing the evening - or Salvation Meeting each week and the twentieth of these has just been broadcast this evening.

This is the meeting as it was broadcast. I am sharing the meeting here so people can listen again if they wish or hear it in places where Fortress Radio is unavailable.

August 16, 2020 12:45 PM PDT

This week's 19th Salvation Meeting for Fortress Radio.

Continuing the series on Jesus' miracles tonight we look at the healing of the leper and 2 blind men - and at what may seem a strange instruction to the healed men!

As usual, the chance to hear some great SA music and sing along with some great hymns/songs!

August 09, 2020 10:24 AM PDT

Welcome to another hour of fellowship, worship, music and bible teaching as heard on Fortress Radio - Sunday 9th August, 2020.

This week's service marks the start of a short series of meetings based on the miracles of Jesus - this week - Water into Wine

It features music by the Mont Clair, and The Bristol Easton Band, The International Staff Songsters and The Male Voices of the Norwich Citadel Band, The Exeter Temple Singing Company and as there is a wonderful testimony by Ruth Dutfield - who reflects on the 30th anniversary of the sudden Promotion to Glory of her brother Gareth who was such a loved salvation Army character. There are also powerful prayers, bible teaching and some truly fabulous songs. Join us and enjoy taking part in this hour of fellowship!

Throughout the world we are in the grip of a dreadful pandemic. The COVID-19 virus is wreaking havoc with the day to lives of countless millions of people. One of the consequences is the fact that we cannot, for the time being, meet in worship in our churches and Salvation Army corps.

So FORTRESS RADIO has stepped in to provide two 'meetings' each Sunday at least for the duration of the curfews and lockdowns. I am pleased to be preparing the evening - or Salvation Meeting each week and the eighteenth of these has just been broadcast this evening.

This is the meeting as it was broadcast. I am sharing the meeting here so people can listen again if they wish or hear it in places where Fortress Radio is unavailable.

August 02, 2020 10:33 AM PDT

Welcome to another hour of fellowship, worship, PRAISE, music and bible teaching as heard on Fortress Radio - Sunday 2nd August, 2020.

This week - in response to requests from listeners we are enjoying a good Salvation Army Praise Meeting - such as we used to enjoy on a Sunday between our roast dinners and granny's great Sunday tea!

It features music by the International Staff Band, Birmingham Citadel Young Peoples Band and Songsters, Wood Green and Portsmouth singing companies, Norwich Citadel & Portsmouth Citadel bands as well as the Norfolk Fellowship Band and Kenya East Ladies band who have aided our congregational singing – and, in addition, the Solid Rock Band. There are also powerful prayers, bible teaching and some truly fabulous songs. Join us and enjoy taking part in this hour of fellowship!

Throughout the world we are in the grip of a dreadful pandemic. The COVID-19 virus is wreaking havoc with the day to lives of countless millions of people. One of the consequences is the fact that we cannot, for the time being, meet in worship in our churches and Salvation Army corps.

So FORTRESS RADIO has stepped in to provide two 'meetings' each Sunday at least for the duration of the curfews and lockdowns. I am pleased to be preparing the evening - or Salvation Meeting each week and the seventeenth of these has just been broadcast this evening.

This is the meeting as it was broadcast. I am sharing the meeting here so people can listen again if they wish or hear it in places where Fortress Radio is unavailable.

July 26, 2020 10:39 AM PDT

Welcome to another hour of fellowship, worship, music and bible teaching as heard on Fortress Radio - Sunday 26th July, 2020.

The theme of this week's service is 'Banners Floating High!

It features music by the Melbourne Staff Band, and The Norfolk Fellowship Band, The Agincourt Temple Songsters and The Hammond Family Band, The Boscombe Singing Company and as well as Tristan and Mandy Lanceley, who also testify. There are also powerful prayers, bible teaching and some truly fabulous songs. Join us and enjoy taking part in this hour of fellowship!

Throughout the world we are in the grip of a dreadful pandemic. The COVID-19 virus is wreaking havoc with the day to lives of countless millions of people. One of the consequences is the fact that we cannot, for the time being, meet in worship in our churches and Salvation Army corps.

So FORTRESS RADIO has stepped in to provide two 'meetings' each Sunday at least for the duration of the curfews and lockdowns. I am pleased to be preparing the evening - or Salvation Meeting each week and the tenth of these has just been broadcast this evening.

This is the meeting as it was broadcast. I am sharing the meeting here so people can listen again if they wish or hear it in places where Fortress Radio is unavailable.

July 05, 2020 01:40 PM PDT

"Going to the Army!" is a podcast series featuring Salvation Army music. This 36th Episode is for April 2020 and continues the "Going to the Army!" ministry, which is now in its 7th year of broadcasting.

This episode is the second of a 2-part special tribute to Lt Colonel Norman Bearcroft who was Promoted to Glory last week from his home in New Jersey at the age of 94. Norman was a very special man - a great musicians in his own right then composer and arranger of several hundred pieces of music. In the UK he served as both national Bandmaster and National Secretary for Bands and Songster Brigades. In addition he brought into being two Staff Sections - firstly, the Canadian Staff Band (55 years after the previous band had largely been lost in a tragic sea accident) and then the International Staff Songsters who have recently celbrated their 40th anniversary.

The 2 episodes contain over 3 1/2 hours of Norman's best music for bands, songsters and soloists with many recollections of of his life, his infectious and relentless humour - and also the deep Spiritual feeling he had for God's work here on Earth.

Soloists featured include Deryck Diffey, Richard martin, Derick Kane, Deryn Edwards and Roy Castle.

Originally begun for just a few friends and family members GttA has become SO MUCH MORE than that. The Episodes and 'specials' have been listened to or downloaded HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of times in all continents and more than 50 countries throughout the world - and has been played to even more by listeners who share them with family, church shut-ins and other friends who do not have access to the internet.

This new podcast continues the ever-growing ministry of GttA around the world and features both new songs and pieces and others that have been well-loved and very well-blessed for many years throughout the Salvation Army World. I am particularly grateful to people who send me requests for items they would like featured on GttA.

"Going to the Army!" has also grown far more than I ever envisaged or even hoped! As a result we have needed to upgrade the hosting service on Podomatic many times and the renewal costs are now quite substantial - however donations to theis ministry have been generously made and continue - particularly as a result of a recent JustGiving appeal. I am hoping to complete work on a new, purpose-built stuidion to continue and expand my ministry further in the coming days.

Any further donations to this ministry are gratefully received and my be sent via PayPal through the link on the right hand side of the podcast's main page at: www.goingtothearmy.podomatic.com The "Going to the Army" Facebook group recently passed 4,100 members from all around the world. "They shall come from the East, They shall come from the West and sit down in the Kingdom of God". Hallelujah!

Much of the featured music is from my own transfers of old SA LPs, 78s and cassettes but some CD and original recordings are also included. Presented by lifelong Salvationist musician and actor Marc Harry this podcast features music by bands, songsters, singing companies and soloists. In addition, background information about the music, the Salvation Army and the presenter's own experiences are included.

Feedback is welcomed - as are requests for songs/pieces that can be considered for future podcasts. - either here, on this page or to goingtothearmy@marcharry.com

July 05, 2020 11:52 AM PDT

Welcome to another 65 minutes of fellowship, worship, music and bible teaching as heard on Fortress Radio - Sunday 5th July, 2020.

The theme of this week's service is 'JESUS - the Lamb of God' - what a subject!

It features music by the Chicago Staff Band, and The Egon Virtuoso Bands, The International Staff Songsters and Pasadena Songsters, The Sunbury Junior Singers and a the Southern Singers as well as powerful prayers, bible teaching and some truly fabulous songs. Join us and enjoy taking part in this hour of fellowship!

Throughout the world we are in the grip of a dreadful pandemic. The COVID-19 virus is wreaking havoc with the day to lives of countless millions of people. One of the consequences is the fact that we cannot, for the time being, meet in worship in our churches and Salvation Army corps.

So FORTRESS RADIO has stepped in to provide two 'meetings' each Sunday at least for the duration of the curfews and lockdowns. I am pleased to be preparing the evening - or Salvation Meeting each week and the tenth of these has just been broadcast this evening.

This is the meeting as it was broadcast. I am sharing the meeting here so people can listen again if they wish or hear it in places where Fortress Radio is unavailable.

July 04, 2020 11:47 AM PDT

"Going to the Army!" is a podcast series featuring Salvation Army music. This 35th Episode is for April 2020 and continues the "Going to the Army!" ministry, which is now in its 7th year of broadcasting.

This episode is the first of a 2-part special tribute to Lt Colonel Norman Bearcroft who was Promoted to Glory last week from his home in New Jersey at the age of 94. Norman was a very special man - a great musicians in his own right then composer and arranger of several hundred pieces of music. In the UK he served as both national Bandmaster and National Secretary for Bands and Songster Brigades. In addition he brought into being two Staff Sections - firstly, the Canadian Staff Band (55 years after the previous band had largely been lost in a tragic sea accident) and then the International Staff Songsters who have recently celbrated their 40th anniversary.

The 2 episodes contain over 3 1/2 hours of Norman's best music for bands, songsters and soloists with many recollections of of his life, his infectious and relentless humour - and also the deep Spiritual feeling he had for God's work here on Earth.

Soloists featured include Deryck Diffey, Richard martin, Derick Kane, Deryn Edwards and Roy Castle.

Originally begun for just a few friends and family members GttA has become SO MUCH MORE than that. The Episodes and 'specials' have been listened to or downloaded HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of times in all continents and more than 50 countries throughout the world - and has been played to even more by listeners who share them with family, church shut-ins and other friends who do not have access to the internet.

This new podcast continues the ever-growing ministry of GttA around the world and features both new songs and pieces and others that have been well-loved and very well-blessed for many years throughout the Salvation Army World. I am particularly grateful to people who send me requests for items they would like featured on GttA.

"Going to the Army!" has also grown far more than I ever envisaged or even hoped! As a result we have needed to upgrade the hosting service on Podomatic many times and the renewal costs are now quite substantial - however donations to theis ministry have been generously made and continue - particularly as a result of a recent JustGiving appeal. I am hoping to complete work on a new, purpose-built stuidion to continue and expand my ministry further in the coming days.

Any further donations to this ministry are gratefully received and my be sent via PayPal through the link on the right hand side of the podcast's main page at: www.goingtothearmy.podomatic.com The "Going to the Army" Facebook group recently passed 4,100 members from all around the world. "They shall come from the East, They shall come from the West and sit down in the Kingdom of God". Hallelujah!

Much of the featured music is from my own transfers of old SA LPs, 78s and cassettes but some CD and original recordings are also included. Presented by lifelong Salvationist musician and actor Marc Harry this podcast features music by bands, songsters, singing companies and soloists. In addition, background information about the music, the Salvation Army and the presenter's own experiences are included.

Feedback is welcomed - as are requests for songs/pieces that can be considered for future podcasts. - either here, on this page or to goingtothearmy@marcharry.com

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