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Those for whom your prayers are asked Fatima, Elizabeth Cooper, Pete Nightingale, Jimmy, Zena, Prof Benassi, Norman, Peter Yates, Martin Whiffen, Marcus, Rosemary Whiffen, Jean Baker, Joan Walton, Jack, Samuel, Val, Ezra, Mary Clubb, Dr. M, Linda Davies, Rob, Jean Coleman, Betty Howes, Linda Harris, Carole Crompton, Denny Yates, Lynn Wright, Nick Spanner, Matthew Levitt.
PALM SUNDAY Jesus’ Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem Week beginning: Sunday 5th April 2020 All Services are now cancelled until further notice Hymns (Complete Anglican) 14 All Glory Laud and Honour 463 My Song Is Love Unknown 583 Ride on, Ride on in Majesty 1 st reading: Luke 19:28-40 2 nd reading: Philippians 2:5-11
Collect for  PALM SUNDAY True and humble king, hailed by the crowd as Messiah: grant us the faith to know you and love you, that we may be found beside you on the way of the cross, which is the path of glory. Amen.
1 st Reading: Luke 19:28-40 Jesus’ Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem 28 After   he   had   said   this,   he   went   on   ahead,   going up to Jerusalem. 29    When    he    had    come    near    Bethphage    and Bethany,   at   the   place   called   the   Mount   of   Olives, he sent two of the disciples, 30 saying,   ‘Go   into   the   village   ahead   of   you,   and as   you   enter   it   you   will   find   tied   there   a   colt   that has never been ridden. Untie it and bring it here. 31 If   anyone   asks   you,   “Why   are   you   untying   it?” just say this: “The Lord needs it.” ’ 32 So   those   who   were   sent   departed   and   found   it as he had told them. 33 As   they   were   untying   the   colt,   its   owners   asked them, ‘Why are you untying the colt?’ 34 They said, ‘The Lord needs it.’ 35 Then    they    brought    it    to    Jesus;    and    after throwing   their   cloaks   on   the   colt,   they   set   Jesus on it. 36 As   he   rode   along,   people   kept   spreading   their cloaks on the road. 37 As   he   was   now   approaching   the   path   down from   the   Mount   of   Olives,   the   whole   multitude of    the    disciples    began    to    praise    God    joyfully with   a   loud   voice   for   all   the   deeds   of   power   that they had seen, 38 saying,   ‘Blessed   is   the   king   who   comes   in   the name   of   the   Lord!   Peace   in   heaven,   and   glory   in the highest heaven!’ 39 Some    of    the    Pharisees    in    the    crowd    said    to him, ‘Teacher, order your disciples to stop.’ 40 He answered, ‘I tell you, if these were silent, the stones would shout out.
Gospel: Philippians 2:5-11 Imitating Christ’s Humility 5 Let   the   same   mind   be   in   you   that   was   in   Christ Jesus, 6   who,   though   he   was   in   the   form   of   God,   did not   regard   equality   with   God   as   something   to be exploited, 7    but    emptied    himself,    taking    the    form    of    a slave,   being   born   in   human   likeness. And   being found in human form, 8 he   humbled   himself   and   became   obedient   to the point of death— even death on a cross. 9   Therefore   God   also   highly   exalted   him   and gave him the name that is above every name, 10    so    that    at    the    name    of    Jesus    every    knee should   bend,   in   heaven   and   on   earth   and   under the earth, 11   and   every   tongue   should   confess   that   Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.
Dates for your Diary All Diary Items and Church Services are now cancelled due to the on-going Covid-19 outbreak. There will be a Church service recorded and published on the website by Sunday 5th April that you can view.
PALM SUNDAY Jesus’ Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem Week beginning: Sunday 5th April 2020 All Services are now cancelled until further notice There will be a Church service recorded and published on the website by Sunday 29th March that you can view. Hymns (Complete Anglican) 14 All Glory Laud and Honour 463 My Song Is Love Unknown 583 Ride on, Ride on in Majesty 1 st reading: Luke 19:28-40 2 nd reading: Philippians 2:5-11 Events for the week All Diary Items and Church Services are now cancelled due to the on-going Covid-19 outbreak.
1 st Reading: Luke 19:28-40 Jesus’ Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem 28 After   he   had   said   this,   he   went   on   ahead, going up to Jerusalem. 29   When   he   had   come   near   Bethphage   and Bethany,   at   the   place   called   the   Mount   of Olives, he sent two of the disciples, 30 saying,   ‘Go   into   the   village   ahead   of   you, and   as   you   enter   it   you   will   find   tied   there a   colt   that   has   never   been   ridden.   Untie   it and bring it here. 31 If     anyone     asks     you,     “Why     are     you untying   it?”   just   say   this:   “The   Lord   needs it.” ’ 32 So    those    who    were    sent    departed    and found it as he had told them. 33 As   they   were   untying   the   colt,   its   owners asked    them,    ‘Why    are    you    untying    the colt?’ 34 They said, ‘The Lord needs it.’ 35 Then   they   brought   it   to   Jesus;   and   after throwing   their   cloaks   on   the   colt,   they   set Jesus on it. 36 As   he   rode   along,   people   kept   spreading their cloaks on the road. 37 As    he    was    now    approaching    the    path down   from   the   Mount   of   Olives,   the   whole multitude   of   the   disciples   began   to   praise God   joyfully   with   a   loud   voice   for   all   the deeds of power that they had seen, 38 saying,   ‘Blessed   is   the   king   who   comes in   the   name   of   the   Lord!   Peace   in   heaven, and glory in the highest heaven!’ 39 Some   of   the   Pharisees   in   the   crowd   said to   him,   ‘Teacher,   order   your   disciples   to stop.’ 40 He answered, ‘I tell you, if these were silent, the stones would shout out.
Gospel: Philippians 2:5-11 Imitating Christ’s Humility 5 Let   the   same   mind   be   in   you   that   was   in Christ Jesus, 6   who,   though   he   was   in   the   form   of   God, did     not     regard     equality     with     God     as something to be exploited, 7   but   emptied   himself,   taking   the   form   of   a slave,   being   born   in   human   likeness.   And being found in human form, 8 he   humbled   himself   and   became   obedient to    the    point    of    death—    even    death    on    a cross. 9 Therefore   God   also   highly   exalted   him   and gave    him    the    name    that    is    above    every name, 10   so   that   at   the   name   of   Jesus   every   knee should   bend,   in   heaven   and   on   earth   and under the earth, 11    and    every    tongue    should    confess    that Jesus   Christ   is   Lord,   to   the   glory   of   God   the Father.
Those for whom your prayers are asked Fatima, Elizabeth Cooper, Pete Nightingale, Jimmy, Zena, Prof Benassi, Norman, Peter Yates, Martin Whiffen, Marcus, Rosemary Whiffen, Jean Baker, Joan Walton, Jack, Samuel, Val, Ezra, Mary Clubb, Dr. M, Linda Davies, Rob, Jean Coleman, Betty Howes, Linda Harris, Carole Crompton, Denny Yates, Lynn Wright, Nick Spanner, Matthew Levitt.
Collect for  PALM SUNDAY True and humble king, hailed by the crowd as Messiah: grant us the faith to know you and love you, that we may be found beside you on the way of the cross, which is the path of glory. Amen.