Order of Service Remembrance Sunday 14 Nov

In-person & on Zoom

10:30 worship

Contact us by email to receive the Zoom link.

Church Notices

  • At about 10:55 we will pause in our Order of Service and have our Remembrance Ritual aiming for a time of silence at 11:00.
  • Ana & Tod will be off for the next two weeks, as part of their half-time schedule. If you have a ministerial or pastoral concern, please contact the Church Secretary, Joan Smith. For Benevolence Fund requests, contact Diane Coles.

Order of Service

Prelude

Welcome & Church Notices  Duty Elder   

Gathering words    Psalm 16:8-11

Opening Hymn      Living God  (tune: Blaenwern)  (SP 177)

Gathering Prayer & the Lord’s Prayer  

Scripture              Mark 13:1-8     

Children’s Message   Do not be alarmed

Collection & Dedication of Offering  

Dismissal of children to Jr Church downstairs.

Prayers for our world    (inspired by John 14:27) 

God, hear us.

ResponseSpirit of peace, graciously hear us.

Hymn   RS 705    Our God, our help in ages past

Ritual of Remembrance     Deuteronomy 32:7

We remember those members of this church who died in service to this country.

In the Great War: Albert Andrews, A Dunning, Harry Osmond, Walter George, Frederick Newton, Alfred Wisdom

In the Second World War: E Batchelor, V Edwards, R Jackson, K Sheppard

Remembering   We will remember them.

Prayer & Kohima Epitaph

Lighting the candle of remembrance, peace and hope

11:00 2 Minute Silence followed by The Last Post

Sermon Hymn   We turn to you, O God  (RS 654)

Scripture  Daniel 12:1-3   

Sermon    False Alarms        Revd Gobledale

Closing Hymn  Put peace into each other’s hands  (RS 635)   

Sending forth & the Grace     

Remember…To plant seeds of peace wherever your journey takes you,
to bless others as you have been blessed, to speak no words that would wound,
to withhold nothing that can be shared, to pray always for peace.
For God is our strength, Jesus our inspiration and the Holy Spirit our guide.

Postlude

Ring out the thousand wars of old.

Ring in the thousand years of peace.

Salisbury United Reformed Church

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