Worship for the Fifth Sunday after Pentecost takes place both in church and online. Seats for the worship taking place in church can be booked at thedatabase.thecathedral.org.uk. Places can be reserved up until an hour before the service starts.
This week the online worship consists of a Sung Eucharist from St Mary’s Cathedral and on Sunday morning there’s a zoom session for members of the Young Church members and their households.
This week, I’m both the celebrant and preacher at the this service. Robert Mawditt leads the Intercessions, Alan Richmond leads some of the prayers, and the Gospel is read by Ruth Marshall. Rosamund Thomas sings the mass setting with Frikki Walker, organ. The anthem at Communion, ‘We cannot measure how you heal’ (by John Bell and Graham Maule ©WGRG, Iona Community), is sung by the Cathedral Choir. At the end of the service, the voluntary, Prelude in A minor (BWV 543i) – JS Bach, is played by Steven McIntyre on the organ of Dunblane Cathedral.
The video this week has been mixed by video artist Sid Smith who uses her own visual images within the video.
Download a transcript of the service here: Online Worship – 27 June 2021
The Young Church will meet on Zoom on Sunday 27 June from 10:30 – 11:00 am.
Donate to St Mary’s
If you would like to make a financial contribution to enable the ministry of St Mary’s Cathedral, please do so.
To give to St Mary’s directly from your bank account, please set up payments to the Clydesdale Bank, sort code 82-20-00 account number 30185232, account name “Cathedral Church of St Mary the Virgin”.
To set up a standing order, please fill in a Bank Standing Order and send it to your bank. If you are a UK tax payer, please also fill in a Gift Aid Declaration as it enables the Cathedral to claim back the tax that you have already paid on the money that you are giving.
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If it is possible for you to do so, please use a form of payment directly to the Cathedral bank account in order to avoid payment fees on PayPal.
If you would like details of how to give by other methods, please contact the Cathedral Office to be put in touch with the Gift Aid Recorder, Alan McCulloch.
Thank you for your offering. If you usually put cash on the plate, please, if you can, find a way of giving electronically at this time to enable the ministry of the Cathedral to continue.
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