Worship for Sunday 7 March 2021 takes place online. This consists this week of:
- A video that forms a service of Holy Communion
- A hymn (‘Jesus Christ is Waiting’)
- A Young Church zoom for members of the Young Church and their households
The Provost leads this service from the Cathedral. The Canon Missioner, the Rev Canon Audrey O’Brien Stewart is the preacher. The Vice Provost is the cantor for the mass setting. Franny Mawditt leads some of the prayers, Robert Mawditt leads the Intercessions, and John Urquhart reads the Gospel which is the story of Jesus turning over the tables of the moneychangers in the Temple. The music at Communion, is a hymn by Charles Wesley – Author of Life Divine and is sung by Magnus Walker accompanied by Frikki Walker at the organ. Frikki also plays the voluntary at the end of this service, Rhosymedre by Ralph Vaughan Williams.
The YouTube video might suit those who prefer to watch on a smart TV.
Download a PDF transcript of the service here:
Online Worship – 7 March 2021 – Lent 3
Jesus Christ is Waiting
John Bell and Graham Maule – © 1988 WGRG / The Iona Community
The Young Church meets on Zoom from 10:30 to 11:00 am on 7 March 2021 for some more music-making. Any members of the congregation are welcome to join and share Zoom details with young people no matter where they are. Anyone attending might like to have a couple of paper plates so they can take part in the Russian Dance from The Nuctcracker.
Young persons must be accompanied by an adult, who must remain online at all times. Join the meeting from a public room in the house (no bedrooms, please) and get ready to samba.
Young Church Zoom Dates and Details
7 March 2021
10:30 – 11:00 am
Meeting ID: 860 5486 4041
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