This page has the online worship offering of St Mary’s Cathedral for 29 March 2020
The worship can be found in several videos – three that form a service and some more for for members of the Young Church and their families. All members of the church may enjoy the Young Church material, which this week includes a fabulous Animation about Ezekiel and the Dry Bones, Activities to try and some Choristers’ Singing Games to keep everyone on their toes.
The service is led by the Provost, the Very Rev Kelvin Holdsworth. Other voices come from members of the congregation, some of whom are self-isolating at home. The preacher is the Vice Provost, the Rev Canon Oliver Brewer-Lennon. As access to the cathedral building restricted, this week’s worship takes the form of a house eucharist hosted by the Provost from his own home.
A pdf transcript of the service can also be downloaded:
Transcript – Online Worship – 29 March 2020 – Passion Sunday
The Ministry of the Word
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The following videos have been prepared for members of the Young Church. Subtitles for these files can be accessed by clicking on the CC (Closed Captions) button on the video.
There’s some information for adults in this pdf:
The young choristers from the Cathedral Choir often learn through Singing Games. Here’s three such games prepared by Sarah for young (and older) singers to try.
This was a collaborative effort from a number of people including the Very Rev Kelvin Holdsworth, the Rev Canon Oliver Brewer-Lennon, Steven McIntyre (organ), Frikki Walker (Organ), Magnus Walker (Singing), Sarah Weir (Singing games), Rosemary Hannah & Sophie Agrell (young church), Caitlyn Wakefield (Gospel reading), Pat Bennett (Intercessions) and Tim Haynes (many of the photographs).
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