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Digital Service for the Seventh Sunday of Easter

All are welcome to join us- via our website- for a service of words and music on the Seventh Sunday of Easter, 24 May...

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Digital Service for the Seventh Sunday of Easter

Posted By : Anna Macham Friday 22nd May 2020
All are welcome to join us- via our website- for a service of words and music on the Seventh Sunday of Easter, 24 May 2020 (Sunday after Ascension Day), using the readings of the principal service of the day, which would normally have been the 10:30am Choral Eucharist at the Cathedral.  
This service is a service of the word, with readings, an address, prayers and music both from recordings of the Choir and organ of Salisbury Cathedral and pre-recorded from their homes by members of Salisbury Cathedral Choir.  
The spoken parts of the service have been pre-recorded in our houses by members of the clergy.  The service is led by the Minor Canon for Young People, the Revd Pete Atkinson, with an address from Canon Edward Probert, Chancellor. Visit this page at 10:30 on 24 May to view the service. 
 
Welcome and Introduction: The Revd Pete Atkinson, Minor Canon for Young People
Reading: Acts 1:6-14 – Richard Hooper
Psalm 68:1-10,32-end- Natalie Downing
Reading: John 17:1-11- The Dean
Address: Canon Ed Probert, Chancellor
Anthem: William Croft, “God is gone up with a merry noise”- Salisbury Cathedral Choir (CD)
Creed: The Revd Pete Atkinson
Prayers: Led by the Foster family
Lord’s Prayer: The Revd Pete Atkinson
Hymn: “Rejoice, the Lord is King”- recorded by the Cathedral Choristers 
Blessing: The Revd Pete Atkinson
Voluntary: J S Bach, Prelude in A BWV 543
 
Music: 
-“God is gone up with a merry noise” , text: Psalm 47:5-7; music:  William Croft(1678-1727), from “Anthems from the 17th and 18th Century” 
Sung by the Choir of Salisbury Cathedral Choir directed by David Halls (with kind permission of Priory Records).  
Voluntary from “J. S. Bach from Salisbury: David Halls plays the Organ of Salisbury Cathedral,” recording by David Halls (with 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.
“Rejoice, the Lord is King”: Words Charles Wesley 1707-88; Music: Gospel, NEH 443, Melody and Bass G F Handel 1685-1759)