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Digital Service for the Fourth Sunday after Trinity

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

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Digital Service for the Fourth Sunday after Trinity

Posted By : Anna Macham Saturday 4th July 2020

All are welcome to join us- via the video link below- for a service of words and music on the Fourth Sunday after Trinity, 5 July 2020 at 10:30. 

Trinity 4 (Sunday 5 July)

Welcome and Introduction: Canon Edward Probert

Reading: Romans 7: 15–25a read by Rosemary Hawley

Psalm 145: 8–15 recorded by the Lay Vicars

Reading: Matthew 11: 16-19,25–end read by the Revd Maggie Guillebaud

Address: The Dean

Anthem: Charles Villiers Stanford, “A Song of Wisdom”- Salisbury Cathedral Choir

Creed: Canon Edward Probert

Prayers: Led by the Revd Maggie Guillebaud

Lord’s Prayer: Canon Edward Probert

Hymn: “Angel voices ever singing”- Salisbury Cathedral Choir

Blessing: Canon Edward Probert 

Voluntary: Stainer A Jubilant March        

 

 

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Stanford A Song of Wisdom

Sung by Salisbury Cathedral Choir

From the CD PRCD1098 - Great Hymns from Salisbury

Used by kind permission of Priory Records

 

Angel voices ever singing

Words Francis Pott (1832–1909)

Tune Angel Voices, E G Monk (1819–1900)

Sung by Salisbury Cathedral Choir

From the CD PRCD890 - Best Loved Anthems from Salisbury

Used by kind permission of Priory Records

 

Stainer A Jubilant March       

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 used in the service are by Ash Mills and Declan Spreadbury. 

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