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Digital Service for the Fifth Sunday after Trinity

All are welcome to join us- via the video link below- for a service of words and music on the Fifth Sunday after...

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Digital Service for the Fifth Sunday after Trinity

Posted By : Anna Macham Saturday 11th July 2020
All are welcome to join us- via the video link below- for a service of words and music on the Fifth Sunday after Trinity, 12 July 2020 at 1030.  
 

 

Trinity 5 (Sunday 12 July)
Welcome and Introduction: The Dean
Reading: Romans 8:1–11 read by Al Watson
Psalm 65:1-12- recorded by the Lay Vicars
Reading: Matthew 13:1–9,18–23 read by Canon Robert Titley
Address: Canon Edward Probert
Anthem: John Rutter, “Gaelic Blessing”- recorded by the Choristers
Creed: The Dean
Prayers: Led by Robyn Golden-Hann
Lord’s Prayer: The Dean 
Hymn: “He who would valiant be”- Salisbury Cathedral Choir 
Blessing: The Dean
Voluntary: Peeters Toccata Fugue and Hymn on Ave Maris Stella
 
Copyright and permissions:
He who would valiant be (CD)
Words John Bunyan (1628–88) and Percy Dearmer (1867–1936)
Tune Monks Gate, Adapted from an English folk song by Ralph Vaughan Williams
Sung by Salisbury Cathedral Choir
From the CD PRCD1098 – Great Hymns from Salisbury
Used by kind permission of Priory Records
 
Peeters Toccata, Fugue and Hymn on Ave Maris Stella
Played by David Halls 
From the DVD PRDVD8 - The Grand Organ of Salisbury Cathedral
 used by kind permission of Priory Records
 
Material in this recording is taken from Common Worship: Services and Prayers for the Church of England and Common Worship: Times and Seasons. © copyright The Archbishops’ Council 2000 and 2006.
 
Photos by Ash Mills and Declan Spreadbury have been used in this service.