Service Resources for Sunday 10 January – Epiphany

All services are gathering over Zoom this week.

10am Service. The booklet can be viewed and download by clicking PDF version (2 to a page)All resources are below.
7pm Night Service  we will be  saying evening prayer using the liturgy from the Northumbria Community, whose daily prayers  and readings  can be found onlinehere. 

Resources mentioned in the 10am Service booklet.

All recordings of music and hymns are by St Mark’s Choir (and friends) unless otherwise stated.

​Introit – In the bleak midwinter – Text: Christina Rossetti (1830-94), Music: Gustav Holst (1874 – 1934) Tune: Cranham Performed by St Martin in the Fields

Singing bowl – mixed by Caitlin Thomson 2020

Opening Hymn – We three KingsText and music: John Henry Hopkins (1820-1891) Tune: Kings of Orient Performed by St Martin in the Fields

Peruvian Gloria – Traditional Peruvian (collected by John Ballantine, b. 1945). Performed by Sam and Anna.

Reflection – Shan Rush – to follow.

Prayers of the people – Lizzie Ilsley (PDF version)

Offertory Hymn – In the bleak midwinter Text: Christina Rossetti (1830-94), Music: Gustav Holst (1874 – 1934) Tune: Cranham Performed by St Martin in the Fields

During the Communion – Blessing the Lord my SoulTaizé

Final Hymn – Now go in peace, now go in love Text: Michael Mair, Tune: Caribbean folk tune Tune: Junkanoo 

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Voluntary – In Dir ist Freude – JS Bach (1685 – 1750) BWV 615 Played by Josh Stephens 


7pm Evening Prayer

This week we will be  saying evening prayer using the liturgy from the Northumbria Community, whose daily prayers  and readings  can be found onlinehere. 


All hymns and songs recorded and licensed under ONE LICENSE A-632945 and CCLI 887387. Recordings by St Martin in the Fields used with permission.

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