Streaming Sunday Worship:

You are invited to worship God with us this Sunday morning, click this link:-

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHGugr7BIfc6FRYbrX6ARkw

PLACES OF WORSHIP ARE OPEN
Sunday 16th May 21

Worship is essential to your well being, join us if you can.
https://www.gov.uk/guidance/national-lockdown-stay-at-home?priority-taxon=774cee22-d896-44c1-a611-e3109cce8eae#places-of-worship

You can attend places of worship for a service. However, you must not mingle with anyone outside of your household or support bubble. You should maintain strict social distancing at all times.

You should follow the national guidance on the safe use of places of worship.”
You are invited to worship God with us this Sunday morning:-
These are the details for Sunday’s service – 16th May at 10:45am

SERMON:

Scripture: Genesis 18:1-15, Preacher: Stephen Fay {Ripon}


You are invited to join us to worship God, 10:45am BST, a no frills time of worship, Hymns [traditional, so no copyright infringements] Scripture and the preaching of God’s word .

Words for the Hymns can be found BELOW and Here: [also see apps below]

http://www.mediafire.com/folder/ueqjmdhitu5co/HYMNS

The ‘live stream’ will be found here:
https://www.youtube.com/user/whorsburgh/

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William Horsburgh
Ryedale Evangelical Church
Middleton Chapel
Pickering
North Yorkshire

Our Hymn book is available as an ‘app’ –

or

https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/christian-hymns-uk/id1000658062

HYMNS: [New Christian Hymns]

136 Based on PSALM 150

SING praise to the Lord!

Praise Him in the height;

rejoice in His Word,

O angels of light:

O heavens, adore Him

by whom you were made,

and worship before Him,

in brightness arrayed.

2 Sing praise to the Lord!

Praise Him upon earth,

in tuneful accord,

O sons of new birth;

praise Him who has brought you

His grace from above,

praise Him who has taught you

to sing of His love.

3 Sing praise to the Lord!

Thanksgiving and song

to Him be outpoured

all ages along:

for love in creation,

for heaven restored,

for grace of salvation,

sing praise to the Lord!

Henry Williams Baker, 1821-77

17 PSALM 136

LET us with a gladsome mind

praise the Lord, for He is kind:

for His mercies shall endure,

ever faithful, ever sure.

2 He, with all-commanding might,

filled the new-made world with light:

for His mercies shall endure,

ever faithful, ever sure.

3 All things living does He feed,

His full hand supplies their need:

for His mercies shall endure,

ever faithful, ever sure.

4 He His chosen race did bless

in the wasteful wilderness:

for His mercies shall endure,

ever faithful, ever sure.

5 He has with a piteous eye

looked upon our misery:

for His mercies shall endure,

ever faithful, ever sure.

6 Let us then with gladsome mind

praise the Lord, for He is kind:

for His mercies shall endure,

ever faithful, ever sure.

John Milton*, 1608-74

180

One there is above all others

well deserves the name of friend;

His is love beyond a brother’s,

costly, free, and knows no end:

they who once His kindness prove,

find it everlasting love.

2 Which of all our friends, to save us,

could, or would, have shed his blood?

but the Saviour died to have us

reconciled in Him to God:

this was boundless love indeed;

Jesus is a friend in need.

3 When He lived on earth abasèd

‘Friend of sinners’ was His name;

now, above all glory raisèd,

He rejoices in the same;

still He calls them brothers, friends,

and to all their wants attends.

4 Could we bear from one another

what He daily bears from us?

Yet this glorious friend and brother

loves us though we treat Him thus;

though for good we render ill,

He accounts us brethren still.

5 O for grace our hearts to soften!

teach us, Lord, at length to love:

we, alas! forget too often

what a friend we have above;

but, when home our souls are brought,

we shall love You as we ought.

John Newton, 1725-1807

422

WHAT a friend we have in Jesus,

all our sins and griefs to bear!

What a privilege to carry

everything to God in prayer!

O what peace we often forfeit,

O what needless pain we bear,

all because we do not carry

everything to God in prayer!

2 Have we trials and temptations?

Is there trouble anywhere?

We should never be discouraged:

take it to the Lord in prayer.

Can we find a friend so faithful,

who will all our sorrows share?

Jesus knows our every weakness:

take it to the Lord in prayer.

3 Are we weak and heavy-laden,

burdened with a load of care?

Precious Saviour, still our refuge:

take it to the Lord in prayer.

Do your friends despise, forsake you?

Take it to the Lord in prayer;

in His arms He’ll take and shield you,

you will find a solace there.

Joseph Medlicott Scriven, 1819-86