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Coming soon:

Easter reflections from SGM Lifewords – A series of 8 animations exploring Holy Week. These are being designed as we speak, and you can sign up to receive them by email here.

In development:

Come talk with me – a reflection on Psalm 27

We filmed this in August in Northumbria and Holy Island. It uses the story of the 7th century hermit St Cuthbert to explore Psalm 27 and the idea of the call of God. It’s a collaboration between Lifewords and the Northumbria Community, and I’ll keep you posted on how it progresses.

A short film about prayer
This particular cut was a personal project for church. A longer version is available from Lifewords.

Lifewords projects:


Easter films – download these for your Easter services. Two films, one on Good Friday, one on the Resurrection, composed of black and white images.

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Being Yourself
– four clips from Psalm 139. Watch online, and get them on DVD from Lifewords. Being Yourself is an ongoing project exploring Psalm 139 through art and film. There’s a live incarnation too, and you can see pictures of that here.

Films for church:

south bank sparklies
Lights – This was the video for the Christmas services last year, themed around John 1. The music on this is copyrighted, so I can’t let you have it. If I get around to replacing the music, I’ll make it available somewhere.

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Welcome to short film in worship, slowly cataloguing interesting visuals, music videos and short films that lend themselves to use in church. Search above or browse below to see what we've found so far, and share what you've used or seen.

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