The 8am BCP Holy Communion this week will be on Zoom. You can find the service booklet here and the powerpoint here (2 to a page).
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.
7pm Night Service this week is on the theme of Wholeness and Healing. The service booklet can be downloaded here. The music can be found below.
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 – I Giorni – Ludovico Einaudi Performed by Zulfiqar Willington
Singing bowl – mixed by Caitlin Thomson 2020
Advent Chant – Listening, here and now – Hannah Jones
The Benedictus – A Song of Liberation – Benedictus Dominus Deus Taizé
Sermon – Sue Hammersley (to be uploaded later)
Incidental Music – Da Pacem Cordium (instrumental) – Taizé
Prayers of the people – John Schofield (PDF version)
Offertory Hymn – Longing for light Text: Bernadette Farrell (b.1957). Tune: Christ be our light Performed by St Martin in the Field
Communion Chant – Da Pacem Cordium – Taizé
Final Hymn – Lo he comes with clouds descending Text: Charles Wesley (1707-1788) Tune: Helmsley Performed by St Martin in the Field
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Voluntary – Two-part Invention Number 8 in F BMV 779 – J S Bach. Played by Andrew Sanderson
7pm Wholeness and Healing
The service booklet can be downloaded here.
Hymn – Longing for light Text: Bernadette Farrell (b.1957). Tune: Christ be our light Performed by St Martin in the Field
Hymn – Be still and know that I am God – Author Unknown
Hymn – We cannot measure how you heal – Text: John Bell. Tune: Ye Banks and Braes
All hymns and songs recorded and licensed under ONE LICENSE A-632945 and CCLI 887387. Recordings by St Martin in the Field used with permission.