Service Resources for Sunday 1 November 2020

Further information about which services will be gathering in the church building (and how to join) can be found here.

This week’s 10am Service will be gathering over Zoom. The booklet can be viewed and download by clicking here (2 to a page)All resources are below.
Our Thanksgiving Service will be held at 7pm in the building, on Zoom and available as a live stream – please see below for more information.You can view and download the service booklet here. Please do not attend without having first booked a place as spaces are limited.

Resources mentioned in the 10am Service booklet.

​Introit –  Circle of life – Elton John Performed by St Mark’s and Josh Stephens

Singing bowl – mixed by Caitlin Thomson 2020

Peruvian Gloria – St Mark’s and Friends 

Hymn – Love is the touch of intangible joy Words: Alison M Robertson Tune: ‘AMOR DEI’, John L. Bell from One is the body, Wild Goose Publications

Reflection – The Paper Dolls by Julia Donaldson and Rebecca Cobb.

Prayers of the people – Lu Skerratt (PDF version)

Offertory Hymn – Dear Lord and Father Words: John Greenleaf Whittier, adapted by Garrett Horder Tune: Repton

To make a donation to support the mission and ministry of St Mark’s, text ‘STMARKS 5’ to 70085 to donate £5. This costs £5 plus std. rate message; you can give any whole amount between £1 and £20.   Alternatively please join our regular giving scheme by emailing the office.  Thank you. 

Communion Chant – Eat this bread  – Taizé

Final Hymn – As we go nowSource: Musixmatch Songwriters: Stephen Fischbacher

Voluntary – King Edward’s Sapphire Played by Josh Stephens.

 


7pm Thanksgiving Service

The Thanksgiving Service will be held in the church (prebooked only), on Zoom and also livestream. You can view and download the service booklet here.

At 7pm on Sunday you can watch the live stream here – https://youtu.be/v_IN27wlVZQ

 


All hymns and songs recorded and licensed under ONE LICENSE A-632945 and CCLI 887387. 

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