Resources for 14 June 2020

This week’s 10am Service Booklet can be viewed and download by clicking here.

Additional resources for this Sunday can be found on the Children’s & Families page here.

The Night Service booklet can be found here, and the resources are below the 10am service.


If you have any problems accessing Zoom for our services please contact Cate on 07419213336 or email caitlin@stmarkssheffield.co.uk


Resources mentioned in the 10am Service booklet

Introit – I Giorni – Ludovico Einaudi performed by Zulf Willington

Welcome by Shan Rush (PDF Version)

Singing bowl – recording mixed by Caitlin Thomson 2020

Opening Hymn – Lord you call us to a journey. Words: Nick Fawcett, Tune: All for Jesus. Performed by St Mark’s

Gloria – Taize recording by St Mark’s

Gradual Hymn – We cannot measure how you heal Words: John Bell and Graham Maule, Tune: Ye Banks & Braes. Performed by St Mark’s

Reflection – Rosie Hunt & Helen Fisher (Rosie’s reflection PDF and Helen’s reflection PDF)

Prayers of the People – Phillip Booth (PDF version)

Offertory Hymn – Will you let me be your servant Words: Richard Gillard, Tune: Servant Song

Taize – The Lord is my light Recording: David Willington

Blessing – by Shan Rush

Final Hymn Now thank we all our God Words: Nun danket alle Gott Martin Rinkart (1586-1649) translated by Catherine Winkworth (1827-1878) Tune: Nun Danket

Voluntary – Old Man River – Words and Tune: Jerome Kern

 


Night Service Resources

The booklet for the Night Service is available here.

Singing bowl – recording mixed by Caitlin Thomson 2020

Resources for centering prayer and other contemplative practices can be found here.

Taize – The Lord is my light Recording: David Willington

 

To learn more about Evelyn Underhill and her approach to meditation and Christian Mysticism, you can read her book ‘Practical Mysticism: A Little Book for Normal People’ for free here.


All hymns and songs recorded and licensed under ONE LICENSE A-632945 and CCLI 887387. YouTube videos used with permission – First Plymouth Church, Lincoln, Nebraska

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