Service Resources for 19 July 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.

Night Service – This Sunday we will be joining in with the prayers that were broadcast on Saturday evening from the Taizé Community. We will begin promptly at 7pm. Further resources (including the latest broadcast) can be found here (eternal link).


If you have any problems accessing Zoom for our services please contact:

10am Sue on 07904 284853

7pm Cate on 07419213336


Resources mentioned in the 10am Service booklet.

Introit – The Kingdom of God is Justice and Peace (Taizé)
Recording by St Mark’s Church

Singing bowl – recording mixed by Caitlin Thomson 2020

Opening Hymn – O Lord, my God
Words: Karl Boberg (1859-1940) trans Stuart K Hine (1899-1989); Tune: Swedish folk melody arr SK Hine; Performed by St Martin in the Fields.

Welcome by Sarah Colver (PDF version)

Taizé chant – Bless the Lord recording by St Mark’s

A very special place – by Robyn (PDF version)

 

A treasured place in Cornwall by Eve (PDF version)

A favourite place by the Newitt family (PDF version) – live on Zoom

Reflection – Sarah Colver (PDF version)

Prayers of the People – Lizzie Ilsley

Greeting of the Peace

Offertory Hymn – The Peace of the earth be with you
Words: trans. Christine Carson, arr. John Bell Tune: La paz de la tierre;
Performed by Hannah Jones

 

Announcements – and Introducing Pilgrim Postcards

Blessing – by Cate Thomson

Final Hymn Sizohamba (we will walk with God)
Credit: Eswatini traditional; Translation by John L Bell (born 1949); Tune: Sizohamba Naye; Performed by St Mark’s

Voluntary – Variations on Thaxted – Tom Trenney; Performed by First Plymouth, Lincoln, Nebraska


Night Service Resources

This Sunday we will be joining in with the prayers that were broadcast on Saturday evening fromthe Taizé Community. We will begin promptly at 7pm. Further resources (including the latest broadcast) can be found here (eternal link).


All hymns and songs recorded and licensed under ONE LICENSE A-632945 and CCLI 887387. First Hymn audio used under CC from The Church of England. YouTube Videos by First Plymouth, Lincoln, Nebraska (used with permission).

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