Worship at All Saints - Service Archive

This is an archive of worship materials prepared for previous Sundays during the CoVID-19 pandemic. Please feel free to browse, pause and use.

Seventh Sunday of Easter 24th May

This Sunday is also the Sunday after the Ascension, and the occasion of the Annual Civic Service to greet our new Mayor. We are delighted that Cllr Bob Deering recorded the gospel for us.

National Service

The Duke of Cambridge urged people who are concerned about their mental health or that of others to reach out and start a conversation, in a contribution to the Church of England’s national online service.

The service, led by Rev Professor Gina Radford, Vicar in Devon and a former Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England, included a series of prayers for all those whose mental health has been affected, their relatives, friends and carers.

Parish Communion for Seventh Sunday of Easter

We live streamed our Parish Communion on our YouTube Channel at 10.00 am. It was also streamed to our Facebook Page - direct link. You can read and use the Order of Service in your own time.

Digital Service

Redemptorist Publications have very generously made their publication available digitally for the period of the C0VID-19 pandemic so we are able to offer a 'Digital Service' both with materials that can be printed off and sent to others and some to be viewed on-line.

Order of Service for Eastertide.

Introit: O God the King of glory Stopford.
Hymn: Hail the day that sees him rise.
Greeting and opening sections: Rev Jo.
Gloria
Collects and readings to read and/or print out for others.
Reading from Acts 1.6-14 Read by Nerine Chalmers
Gradual Hymn: The head that once was crowned with thorns.
Gospel Reading: John 17.1-11 Read by Cllr Bob Deering, Mayor of Hertford.
Sermon Janet Bird
Download A homily to read/reflect on and/or print for others.

Creed: Rev Doug.
Today's daily prayer
Download this weeks prayers to read/pray and/or print for others or listen to/watch here.
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We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
Amongst our own congregation and friends we pray for the return to health of Val Warboys, Lynne Randall, William Murche, Catherine Lay, Kathleen Gosby, Wendell Newbold and David.
We give thanks for the life of Trevor Paddon; and we remember those who mourn him.

Peace: Rev Jo.
Offertory Hymn: Ye watchers and ye holy ones.
Eucharistic Prayer: Rev Jo.
Communion: Song of the Tree of Life Vaughan Williams Sung by Hazel & Fiona Ford, with David Ford - Piano.
Post Communion Collect
Post Communion Prayer
Final Hymn: All hail the power of Jesu's name.
Blessing: Rev Jo.
Final Music: Let all the world Five Mystical Songs Vaughan Williams

Activity Sheet for Children

Activity sheet for 4-9 years olds for today.

Individual worship

Redemptorist have also published a short set of thoughts and ideas for the coming week.

Sixth Sunday of Easter 17th May

Sunday was also Rogation Sunday - when we ask for God's blessing on our crops. As part of this, parishes marked their teritory by 'beating the bounds'. In 2007 we published an article by Nora Anderson recalling her experience as a farmer's daughter and our editor attempted to set out what Rogation is and how it became a Christian Festival.

National Service

The Revd Canon Dr Crispin Pailing, Rector of Liverpool and Revd Canon Dr Rowena Pailing from Blackburn Cathedral, led today's service, calling on Christians to be a ‘voice for the voiceless’. The service also included contributions from Dean Sullivan, who played Jimmy Corkhill in Brookside, Dr Sarah Rushworth, a GP, and palliative care nurse Anthony Walsh.

Family Eucharist for Sixth Sunday of Easter

We streamed a Zoomed Family Eucharist on our YouTube Channel. You can read and use the Order of Service in your own time.

Digital Service

Redemptorist Publications have very generously made their publication available digitally for the period of the C0VID-19 pandemic so we are able to offer a 'Digital Service' both with materials that can be printed off and sent to others and some to be viewed on-line.

Order of Service for Eastertide.

Introit: I am the resurrection Tomkins.
Hymn: I the lord of sea and sky.
Greeting and opening sections: Rev Jo.
Gloria
Collects and readings to read and/or print out for others.
Sermon The Bishop of St Albans on generosity, joy, imagination and courage
Download A homily to read/reflect on and/or print for others.

Creed: Rev Doug.
Today's daily prayer
Download this weeks prayers to read/pray and/or print for others.
We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
Amongst our own congregation we pray for the return to health of Kathleen Gosbee, Tracey James, Charlotte Lay, Wendell Newbold, and Val Worboys.
We give thanks for the life of Trevor Paddon; and we remember those who mourn him.

Peace: Rev Jo.
Eucharistic Prayer: Rev Jo.
Communion: If ye love me Stopford.
Final Hymn: O Jesus, I have promised.
Blessing: Rev Jo.
Organ: Finale Symphonie 1 Vierne

Activity Sheet for Children

Activity sheet for 4-9 years olds for today.

Individual worship

Redemptorist have also published a short set of thoughts and ideas for the coming week.

Fifth Sunday of Easter 10th May

The Church of England with Bishop Sarah invited you to join a live service on Radio 4 at 8.10 or, on-line from 9.00 am, in this week's National Service, which was a celebration of nurses and healthcare workers. You can find it on Youtube.

Bishop of London and former Chief Nursing Officer Sarah Mullally led the service, with contributions from the current Chief Nursing Officer and many more, in recognition of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale.

Parish Communion for Fifth Sunday 'At home with Jesus'

We streamed a short Parish Communion at 10.00 on Facebook and Youtube, timed to allow everyone to see/stream the national VE Day service on BBC1 at 10.45. (You can find more information on VE Day here). You can read and use the Order of Service in your own time.

Digital Service

Redemptorist Publications have very generously made their publication available digitally for the period of the C0VID-19 pandemic so we are able to offer a 'Digital Service' both with materials that can be printed off and sent to others and some to be viewed on-line. With the recent changes in guidance, Clergy are now permitted to enter the church building and so we will be streaming parts of the service from All Saints. The relevant parts will be posted here as replacements for those recorded in the Vicarage in the links below sometime on Monday 11th.

Order of Service for Eastertide.

Welcome and entrance to church with Rev Jo.
Introit: My beloved spake Hadley.
Greeting and opening sections: Rev Jo.
Gloria
Collects and readings to read and/or print out for others.
Reading from Acts 7.55-60 by Martin Bird
Gradual Hymn: Ye that know the Lord is gracious.
Gospel Reading: John 14.1-14 Read by Mary Penny
Sermon preached by Rev Jo
Download A homily to read/reflect on and/or print for others.

Creed: Rev Doug.
Today's daily prayer
Intercessions led by Janet Bird
We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
Amongst our own congregation we pray for the return to health of Wendell Newbold, William Murche, Alixie’s husband, Alixie Bainbridge Spring, Charlotte Lay and Val Worboys.
We give thanks for the life of Jeanie Brushe, Trevor Paddon and Peter Gardner; and we remember those who mourn for them.

Peace: Rev Jo.
Offertory Hymn: Church's one foundation.
Eucharistic Prayer: Rev Jo.
Communion: The Call Vaughan Williams.
Post Communion Collect
Final Hymn: Love's redeeming work is done.
Blessing: Rev Jo.
Organ: Fugue in Eb BWV 552/ii J.S.Bach

Activity Sheet for Children

Activity sheet for 4-9 years olds for today.

Individual worship

Redemptorist have also published a short set of thoughts and ideas for the coming week.

Fourth Sunday of Easter 3rd May

The Church of England Service with Paula Gooder on YouTube marked Vocations Sunday. We heard from NHS paramedic Matt, speaking about his vocation and sense of hope. Tak Muriro, a recent graduate who has begun his vocation journey with the Ministry Experience Scheme, led the prayers. The service was BSL-interpreted throughout by Gill Behenna.

Family Service for 'Good Shepherd' Sunday

We live streamed a Family Service on our Youtube Channel. You can read and use the Order of Service in your own time.

Digital Service

Redemptorist Publications have very generously made their publication available digitally for the period of the C0VID-19 pandemic so we are able to offer a 'Digital Service' both with materials that can be printed off and sent to others andsome to be viewed on-line.

Order of Service for Eastertide.

Introit: O be joyful in the Lord Stanford.
Hymn: All people do dwell.
Greeting and opening sections: Rev Jo.
Darke in F Gloria Collects and readings to read and/or print out for others.
Gradual Hymn: The Lord's my shepherd.
Homily to read and/or print out for others.
Geoff Oates' sermon I am the gate preached on Easter 4 2014.

Creed: Rev Doug.
Today's daily prayer
Download this weeks prayers to read/pray and/or print for others.
We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
Amongst our own congregation we pray for the return to health of Wendell Newbold, Tony Parker and Val Worboys.
We remember Bill, who cannot be at his wife's funeral
We give thanks for the life of Jeanie Brushe, Trevor Paddon and Peter Gardner; and we remember those who mourn for them.

Peace: Rev Jo.
Offertory Hymn: How sweet the name of Jesus sounds.
Eucharistic Prayer: Rev Jo.
Communion: Alleluia, I heard a voice. Weelkes.
Final Hymn: The King of Love.
Blessing: Rev Jo.
Organ: Finale Symphonie 4 Op13/4 Widor

Activity Sheet for Children

Activity sheet for 4-9 years olds for today.

Individual worship

Redemptorist have also published a short set of thoughts and ideas for the coming week.

Third Sunday of Easter 26th April

View the Church of England Service with Rev Kate Bottley on YouTube .

Parish Communion for Eastertide

We streamed a Parish Eucharist on our Youtube Channel. You can read and use the Order of Service in your own time.

Digital Service

Redemptorist Publications have very generously made their publication available digitally for the period of the C0VID-19 pandemic so we are able to offer a 'Digital Service' both with materials that can be printed off and sent to others andsome to be viewed on-line.

Order of Service for Eastertide.

Welcome: Rev Jo.
Introit: O taste and see Vaughan Williams.
Hymn: Alleluia! Sing to Jesus.
Greeting and opening sections: Rev Jo.
Collects and readings to read and/or print out for others.
First reading: Acts 2.14a,2-32, read by Kay Povey-Richards.
New Testament reading: 1 Peter 1.17-23, read by Janet Oldham.
Gradual Hymn: Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem.
Gospel for Easter 3 Luke 24.13-35, read by Martin Penny.
Janet Bird's Sermon for Easter 3.
Alternative Homily to read and/or print out for others

Creed: Rev Doug.
Today's daily prayer
Download this weeks prayers to read/pray and/or print for others.
We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
Amongst our own congregation we pray for the return to health of Wendell Newbold and Tony Parker.
We remember Bill, who cannot be at his wife's funeral
We give thanks for the life of Jeanie Brushe, Trevor Paddon and Peter Gardner; and we remember those who mourn for them.

Peace: Rev Jo.
Offertory Hymn: Broken for me, broken for you.
Eucharistic Prayer: Rev Jo.
Communion: O for a closer walk with God. Stanford. Sung by Hazel & Fiona Ford with David Ford Piano
Final Hymn: Rejoice, the Lord is King.
Blessing: Rev Jo.
Organ: Resurrection Symphonie-Passion Dupré

Activity Sheet for Children

Activity sheet for 4-9 years olds for today.

Individual worship

Redemptorist have also published a short set of thoughts and ideas for the coming week.

Second Sunday of Easter 19th April

Join a Service for Low Sunday with Rev Canon Leah Vasey-Saunders and family.

Family Eucharist

We held a Family Eucharist using Zoom conferencing at 10.00 am. Invitations were sent to everyone for whom we have an email address. If you didn't receive one, and wish to in future, please email us. You can read and use the service sheet in your own time.

Digital Service

Redemptorist Publications have very generously made their publication available digitally for the period of the C0VID-19 pandemic so we are able to offer a 'Digital Service' both with materials that can be printed off and sent to others andsome to be viewed on-line.

Music before the service. Prelude 'Christ is risen today. Alleluia' BWV 628 J.S.Bach
Introit: This joyful Eastertide arr. Ledger.
Hymn: Come ye faithful, raise the strain.
Collects and readings to read and/or print out for others.
Gradual Hymn: Breathe on me, breath of God.
Bishop Alan's Sermon for Easter 2.
Alternative Homily to read and/or print out for others

Today's daily prayer
This week's intercessions to read/pray and/or print for others.
We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
Amongst our own congregation we pray for the return to health Julie Hughes, Liz McGarry, and Wendell Newbold.
We give thanks for the lives of Nancy Bickle, and Linda Radford; and we remember those who mourn for them.

Hymn: Make me a channel of your peace.
Anthem: Ye choirs of New Jerusalem Stanford.
Hymn: Good Christian men, rejoice and sing.
Organ: Thine be the glory Guilmant

Activity Sheet for Children

Activity sheet for 4-9 years olds for today.

Individual worship

Redemptorist have also published a short set of thoughts and ideas for the coming week.

Easter Sunday 12th April

Celebrate the dawning of Easter with a 'first-light' service from Durham Cathedral.

Celebrate Easter Sunday at home this year with a service from Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby's kitchen. Readings were led by Bishop of Dover, the Rt Rev Rose Hudson-Wilkin, and Caroline Welby. Theodore Levings, a 10-year-old member of All Saints Church in Canterbury, led the prayers.

Family Service

We held a family service using Zoom conferencing. You can read and use the service sheet in your own time.

Messy Church Service

Our Messy Church team put together this service which you are welcome to print out and use.

Digital Service for Easter Day

Redemptorist Publications have very generously made their publication available digitally for the period of the C0VID-19 pandemic so we are able to offer a 'Digital Service' both with materials that can be printed off and sent to others andsome to be viewed on-line.

Music before the service. Prelude in Eb BWV 552 J.S.Bach
Introit: Alleluia, Jubilate Whitbourn.
Hymn: Jesus Christ is risen today.
(Dove: Missa Brevis Kyrie)
Dove: Missa Brevis Gloria

Collects and readings to read and/or print out for others.
First Reading: Acts 10.34-43 read by Ann Stephens-Jones.
Second Reading: Colossians 3.1-4 read by Martin Penny.
Hymn: The Day of Resurrection.
Gospel: John 20.1-18 read by Mary Penny.
Bishop Alan's Sermon.

Today's daily prayer
This week's intercessions to read/pray and/or print for others.
We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
Amongst our own congregation we pray for the return to health of Beryl Stephens, Julie Hughes, Mihaela, and Wendell Newbold.
And we give thanks for the lives of Nancy Bickle, Pauline Geering, Tony James, Linda Radford, Valerie Grange; and we remember those who mourn for them.

Hymn: Jesus lives!.
Dove: Missa Brevis Sanctus & Benedictus
Dove: Missa Brevis Agnus Dei
Anthem: Blessed be the God and Father Wesley.
Hymn: Thine be the Glory.
Organ: Toccata Symphonie V Widor played on the organ for which it was written.

Big Easter Evensong

The RSCM have created a special evensong which will run at 6.00 pm.

Activity Sheet for Children

Activity sheet for 4-9 years olds for Easter Sunday.

Individual worship

Redemptorist have also published a short set of thoughts and ideas for the coming week.

Materials for Holy Week

The Diocese has produced materials for use each day.

Download prayers for each day in Holy Week.

Holy Saturday/Easter Eve

The Diocese have prepared a simple service for you to use. You can also join in a vigil Rumours of Hope with Archbishop-elect Stephen Cotterell in the evening.

Good Friday

Materials for Children

There are a range of videos, games, activities and links to child-fiednly services on our Messy Church Facebook page.

An Hour at the Foot of the Cross

This sequence is designed to run from 14.00 to 15.00 on Good Friday ie leading up to our Lord's death 'at the ninth hour'.

Opening motet: In the departure of our Lord Bull
Opening prayers and collect for Good Friday with Janet Bird
Hymn 126 Were you there?
Jesus is condemned Luke 23 :13-25 Read by Dorothy Toyn
The reproaches Sanders
Hymn 112 My song is Love unknown
Takes up his cross Luke 23 26-31 Read by Colin Bird
Poem His Saviour’s words , going to the cross Robert Herrick Read by Martin Bird
Hymn 120: O sacred head
Nailed to the cross Luke 23 32-43 Read by Nick Hassell
Crux Fidelis King John IV of Portugal
Hymn 106 Drop, drop slow tears
Dies on the cross Luke 23 44-49 Read by Rev Doug Loveridge
Poem Good Friday Christina Rossetti Read by Janet Bird
Prayers led by Rev Jo Loveridge
Hymn 127 When I survey the wondrous cross

Organ Commentaries

Meditations on the 14 Stations of the Cross by John Hoskings.
A set of improvised meditations on the Stations of the Cross from St Mary's, Bourne Streeet.
Seven meditations on the words of our Lord on the cross by
Charles Tournemire performed by Ulla Olleson.
Daniel Cook Jesus is nailed to the cross with links to other movements.

Maundy Thursday

There is the opportunity to join the annual Diocesan Chrism Service at 11.00, when we can renew our commitment to ministry together.

Choral Communion

At 20.00 Many of us will be outside applauding our highly skilled committed and brave staff working in the NHS, Care Homes and the Home Care sectors.

When you are ready, here is a sequence of links to create the traditional Commemoration of the Last Supper and striiping of the Altars.

Order of service
This was produced in 2000. If time permits we will reformat in a more friendly layout.

Voluntary: Institution of the Eucharist Messiaen
Hymn: O thou who at thy eucharist didst pray
Kyrie: Howells Collegium Regale
Motet: Ubi Caritas Duruflé
Motet: Ave Verum Mawby
Gloria Howells Collegium Regale
Reading OT: Exodus 12.1-14,11-14
Reading NT: I Cor 11.23-26
Hymn: Bread of Heaven
Gospel: John 13.1-17, 31-35
Homily: Preached by the Bishop of Oxford on Maundy Thursday 2014

Intercessions:

Let us bring to the Father our prayers of intercession through Christ who gave himself for the life of the world.

For forgiveness for the many times we have denied Jesus, let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, have mercy

For grace to seek out those habits of sin which mean spiritual death, and by prayer and self-discipline to overcome them, let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, have mercy

For Christian people, that through the suffering of disunity there may grow a rich union in Christ, let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, have mercy

For those who make laws, interpret them, and administer them, that our common life may be ordered in justice and mercy, let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, have mercy

For those who still make Jerusalem a battleground, let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, have mercy

For those who have the courage and honesty to work openly for justice and peace, let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, have mercy

For those in the darkness and agony of isolation, that they may find support and encouragement, let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, have mercy

For those who, weighed down with hardship, failure, or sorrow, feel that God is far from them, let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, have mercy

For those who are tempted to give up the way of the cross, let us pray to the Lord.
Lord, have mercy

That we, with those who have died in faith, may find mercy in the day of Christ, let us pray to the Lord. Lord, have mercy

Holy God, holy and strong, holy and immortal, have mercy upon us.

Hymn: And now, O Father, mindful of the love
Sanctus & Benedictus Howells Collegium Regale
Agnus Howells Collegium Regale
Communion: Ave Verum Byrd
Hymn: When I survey the wondrous cross
Psalm: 22 vv1-21

Palm Sunday 5th April

The Bishop of Manchester has recorded a service from his home in Salford and is joined, digitally, by two colleagues, also in their own homes.

We have put together a digital 'mini-service' containing many of the items that would have been included this week. As well as an activity sheet for 4-9 year olds, there are hymns to sing along to, a reading to watch/listen to and an address by Jo recorded in her garden yesterday.

Churches Together invite everyone to light a #candleof hope and pray at 19.00 every Sunday. More information from their website.

Digital 'Mini-Service'

Redemptorist Publications have very generously made their publication available digitally for the period of the C0VID-19 pandemic so we are able to offer a 'Digital Service' both with materials that can be printed off and sent to others andsome to be viewed on-line.

Music before the service. 'All glory, laud and honour' BWV 736 J.S.Bach
Introit: Hosanna to the Son of David Weelkes.
Hymn: All Glory Laud and honour.
Gospel of the Palms, Collect and first two Readings for Palm Sunday to be read/prayed and/or printed out for others.
Chilcott: A little Jazz Mass Kyrie
(Chilcott: A little Jazz Mass Gloria)

Hymn: From heaven you came.
Gospel of the Passion: video reading by Janet and Martin Bird.
Alternative text (NRSV) to read and/or print out for others.
Rev Jo's video sermon.
Alternative Homily to read and/or print out for others

Today's daily prayer
This week's intercessions to read/pray and/or print for others.
We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
Amongst our own congregation we pray for the return to health of Beryl Stephens, Julie Hughes, Linda Radford, Mihaela, and Wendell Newbold.
And we give thanks for the lives of John Larroude, Nancy Bickle, Pauline Geering (Funeral 6/4 12.30), Tony James (Funeral 8/4 11.30 am), Valerie Grange; and we remember those who mourn for them.

Hymn: My song is love unknown.
Chilcott: A little Jazz Mass Sanctus & Benedictus
Chilcott: A little Jazz Mass Agnus Dei
Anthem: Christus factus est Bruckner.
Hymn: O sacred head.
Organ: Crucifixion Symphonie Passion Dupré

Activity Sheet for Children

Activity sheet for 4-9 years olds for Palm Sunday.

Evening Meditation

We were originally planning to run a bring and Sing Messiah part 2 tonight. For those who would like to sing along, you can join in here.

Alternatively you can take part in, or just listen along to, a Palm Sunday meditation set out below.

Order of service with opening prayers etc.

Organ: All glory, laud and honour BWV 735 J.S.Bach

Hymn We sing the praise

Reading 1 Corinthians 1.18-25
Motet: Crucifixus Lotti.

Reading 1 John 3 14-18
Hymn Morning Glory, Starlit sky

Reading 1 Peter 2.19-25
Psalm Miserere Allegri.

Reading Romans 6.3-11
Hymn: O sacred head.

Reading 2 Corinthians 5.17-20
Motet Christus factus est Bruckner.

Reading Romans 8 31-39
Hymn Praise the holiest

This week's intercessions
We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
Amongst our own congregation we pray for the return to health of Beryl Stephens, Julie Hughes, Linda Radford, Mihaela, and Wendell Newbold.
And we give thanks for the lives of John Larroude, Nancy Bickle, Pauline Geering (Funeral 6/4 12.30), Tony James (Funeral 8/4 11.30 am), Valerie Grange; and we remember those who mourn for them.

Hymn When I survey the wondrous cross

Organ: Crucifixion Symphonie Passion Dupré

Individual worship

Redemptorist have also published a short set of thoughts and ideas for the coming week.

Sunday 29th March

This was Passion Sunday, the 5th Sunday of Lent. The Archbishop of York recorded a 'Front Room' Sunday Service.

Churches Together invited everyone to light a #candleof hope and pray at 19.00 every Sunday. More information from their website.

Digital 'Mini-Service'

Redemptorist Publications have very generously made their publication available digitally for the period of the C0VID-19 pandemic so we are able to offer a 'Digital Service' both with materials that can be printed off and sent to others andsome to be viewed on-line.

Music before the service. 'Lord have mercy' BWV 669 J.S.Bach
Introit: Verily, verily I say to you Tallis.
Hymn: Lift high the cross.
Collect and Readings for the 5th Sunday of Lent.
Hymn: Breathe on me breath of God.
A short reflection on Psalm 130 by Rev Jo .
Today's daily prayer We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
Amongst our own congregation we pray for the return to health of Beryl Stephens, Julie Hughes, Linda Radford, Mihaela, and Wendell Newbold.
And we give thanks for the lives of John Larroude, Pauline Geering, Tony James, and Valerie Grange; and we remember those who mourn for them.

Hymn: There's a wideness in God's mercy.
Anthem: God so loved the world Stainer.
Hymn: The Royal Banners forward go.
Organ: 'Out of the depths' BWV J.S.Bach

Activity Sheet for Children

Activity sheet for 4-9 years olds for the 5th Sunday of Lent.

Individual worship

Redemptorist have also published a short set of thoughts and ideas for the coming week.

Sunday 22nd March

This was both Mothering Sunday and the 4th Sunday of Lent. The Archbishop of Canterbury recorded a Special Service for Mothering Sunday, broadcast on Radio 4 at 8.00am and made available on Facebook at 9.00 am. You can download it here. Dean Jeffrey broadcast a service live from the Shrine of St Alban in the Cathedral. You can view it here

Churches Together have announced a National Day of Prayer. More information from their website.

Digital 'Mini-Service'

Redemptorist Publications have very generously made their publication available digitally for the period of the C0VID-19 pandemic so we are able to offer a 'Digital Service' both with materials that can be printed off and sent to others andsome to be viewed on-line.

Music before the service. 'Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele' BWV 654 J.S.Bach
Introit: Grannies and Grandads "Bless the Lord" Carter.
Hymn: For the beauty of the earth.
Collect and Readings for the 4th Sunday of Lent.
Hymn: For Mary, Mother of our Lord.
Short homily.
Prayers for Mothering Sunday
Anthem: For the Beauty of the Earth Stopford.
Hymn: Now thank we all our God.
Organ: Nun Danket Karg-Elert

Activity Sheet for Children

Activity sheet for 4-9 years olds for the 4th Sunday of Lent.

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