The worship for 7 June 2020 can be found in several videos:
- Three videos that form a service of Holy Communion
- An organ voluntary
- A video for members of the Young Church and their households
As access to the cathedral building is restricted, this week’s worship takes the form of a house eucharist hosted by Sister Helena and Sister Alison Joy, members of the Companions of Our Lady and St Mungo. Other voices come from members of the congregation, some of whom are self-isolating at home. This Sunday’s sermon is preached by the Vice Provost, the Rev Canon Oliver Brewer-Lennon. Billy Scorgie reads from the Bible and the Provost, the Very Rev Kelvin Holdsworth, leads the Intercessions from the Cathedral. Magnus Walker sings the Gloria, Sanctus and Benedictus from a setting by Greening accompanied by Frikki Walker. Music at communion is played by Les and Rona MacLeod. The Organ Voluntary played by the Cathedral’s Director of Music comes from a CD recording entitled ‘On A Lighter Note’.
This week, we hear in the gospel of the disciples going to a mountain, to a place that Jesus had directed them. A number of members of the congregation have contributed pictures of mountains, which are included in the worship and are also used for the organ voluntary. These come from Deborah Lewer, Anne Jones, Christine Lowther, Kerry Johnstone, Franny Mawditt, Jinty Stewart, Sister AJ, Sister Helena, Elspeth Gibb, Jim McKillop, Andy Winter, Liffy Grant, Linda Rayner, Stewart MacFarlane and Sue Champion.
Download a PDF transcript of the service here:
Online Worship – Trinity Sunday 2020
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The following video has been prepared for members of the Young Church by Rosemary Hannah & Sophie Agrell. Subtitles are provided; click on CC (Close Captions) on the video.
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