Services Resources for Sunday 31 January 2021

All services are gathering over Zoom this week.

8am BCP Holy Communion.  You can find the service booklet here and the powerpoint here (2 to a page).
10am Service. The booklet can be viewed and download by clicking here (2 to a page)All resources are below.
7pm Night Service  Wholeness.You can find the service booklet here (PDF).

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 – This Little Light of Mine – instrumental. Traditional. Performed by David & Zulfiqur Willington

Opening Hymn – This Little Light of Mine  Words: Traditional  Tune: Traditional, arr: Christopher Tambling (b. 1964) 

Gloria – Taizé

Sermon – Anne Padget (PDF version

Music after the Sermon – Miniature no. 7 – Performed by Josh Stephens

Prayers of the people – John Schofield (PDF version)

Offertory Hymn – Nunc dimittisTaizé 

Communion Chant – Kindle a FlameWords: John L Bell (born 1949) and Graham Maule (1958-2019) Music: Kindle a Flame.

Final Hymn – Love Divine, all loves excelling First Plymouth Church, Lincoln Nebraska Words: Charles Wesley (1707-1788) Tune: Love Divine 

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Voluntary – The SwanCamille Saint-Saëns (1835 – 1921) Performed by David and Zulfiqar Willington

4pm T-Time Service

Service resources and information regarding this service is available on the Children’s and Families page.

7pm Night Service

Night service this week Wholeness.
The Service booklet will be uploaded here (PDF).

All hymns and songs recorded and licensed under ONE LICENSE A-632945 and CCLI 887387. Recording/video by First Plymouth Church, Lincoln, Nebraska used with permission.

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