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Sunday 2nd April - 5th in Lent

Posted by trinityromford on April 1, 2017 at 6:50 AM

PRAYER Lift up our souls, O Lord, to the glory of you presence. Lift up our minds to the beauty of your being and lift up our hearts to the purity of your love through Jesus Christ our Lord. AMEN

 

Sunday Worship led by Revd David Jebb

Welcome

Lent Liturgy – after the candle has been extinguished we sing STF 556 v5 “Just as I am, of that free love”

We pray together Loving God, we open our hearts to you. We invite you into our inmost being, only to find you already there. Strengthen us in our quiet places and then lead us into the work of justice and peace. AMEN

Call to worship

PRAISE WORSHIP

STF 58 ‘Lord, I come before your throne of grace’

STF 332 ‘Lord, I lift your name on high, Lord, I love to sing your praises’

 

Prayer of Praise, Thanksgiving and Confession

 

Offertory will be taking during the organ music followed by a prayer of dedication

 

Sharing time and Prayers with Young people / prayers for healing / Prayers of Intercession followed by the Lord’s Prayer

 

STF 94 ‘To God be the glory, great things he has done’

 

Reading 1 Peter 5: 5 – 11

               Hebrews 12: 14 - 17

Sermon theme “A Time of Trial”

Silence and Meditation

Notices / Announcements

Thanks

STF: 272 ‘From heaven you came, helpless babe’

Blessing and Grace

 

EAST AFRICA CRISIS APPEAL

You will be aware that an urgent appeal has been made to help avert the humanitarian crisis in East Africa. A plate will be in the Vestibule should you wish to make a donation which will be sent to the Christian Aid appeal.

 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR GIFTS

Sunday 26th March Collection £448-55

 

PLEASE PRAY FOR all those who are sick, or cannot be with us today because they are housebound. We remember especially, Trevor Bennett, now recovering at home, Kathleen Hilton, Barbara Lancaster, Brenda Jones, Lorraine and Chuck Lines, David and Valerie Knights, Stan Lucas, Margaret Gardner, still in hospital, Pam and Jim Hadley, Vi Alvidere, Doris Spooner, Brian Robertson, Doug and Stella Girdwood.

 

THROUGH THE WEEK

Wednesday 5th March 10-00am Trinity Coffee Shop

                                     10-15am Bible Study & Prayer                                                       Fellowship – Lent study (last in the                                               series)

                                     11-30am Minister’s Vestry Hour for                                                anyone who wishes to speak to him

Thursday 6th 7-30pm LP & WL meeting at Harold Wood

FORTHCOMING

Sunday 9th – Palm Sunday

10-30am Mrs Penny Masters

6-30pm Revd Vida Foday – Holy Communion

Monday 10th 7-30pm Trinity Ladies Night – AGM and and                                              Easter talk from Revd David Jebb

 

Friday 14th – Good Friday

10-00am Service at Trinity before joining Churches together in Romford for Witness

Sunday 16th – Easter Day

8-30am Easter Breakfast

10-30am Revd David Jebb – All Age Worship and Holy Communion

 

 

Tuesday 18th 7-30pm Trinity Church Council

 

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