MEMBERS of a Huddersfield church will be featuring on national television on Sunday - but those at its regular service will have to set the video recorder to see it.
The recorded programme goes out on Sunday morning at the same time as the regular service at Oakes Baptist Church.
And the church has no intention of changing the time of its service.
The Rev Ian Burley, the church's minister, said: "We're absolutely delighted to have the opportunity to communicate with half a million people.
"But as far as the church is concerned, it will be business as usual this Sunday - although you can be sure that a lot of video recorders will be set."
The service at Oakes Baptist Church is being screened on the ITV series My Favourite Hymns.
It was recorded earlier this year for the programme, which has an audience of around 500,000 people each week.
Many of the church members have, in fact, already seen a tape sent by programme makers Granada.
They travelled in three coaches to record the service at a Roman Catholic church in Preston.
Local church members are featured and 30 children will be seen re-enacting the story of Noah.
Richard Waller, IT director at Huddersfield chemicals firm Syngenta, tells his story of faith and there is an address by Mr Burley.
The hour-long programme will be at 10.50 am.