A weekly Christian show on YouTube featuring clergy and laypeople answering questions about faith and any other aspect of life has gone viral, producers say.
"TGI Monday" by the Diocese of Lichfield has been watched thousands of times on the video-sharing website since it launched before Christmas last year.
Producers say the "ground-breaking" programme, which invites members of the public to come forward with questions, has "grown rapidly in popularity".
They're now announcing "TGI Monday" is going to future on a live broadcast of the BBC's Songs of Praise programme on Pentecost Sunday (May, 15) from Christ Church in Little Drayton.
TGI Monday, which is said to offer a" range of Christian perspectives", is part of the Diocese of Lichfield's Online Pastor initiative and it's claimed episodes are "short and easy to watch, even when they deal with serious issues"
The diocese is also staging a party at the Festival Centre in Market Drayton from 4pm until 6pm and tickets are free but must be booked in advance.
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