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 25th July 21


Although recent legal restrictions on public worship no longer apply, the Church here has considered the implications and decided to continue with the guidelines laid out in our risk assessment, which means we still expect people to wear masks in the Chapel and observe the other sensible precautions we have in place to avoid the spread of this terrible virus.

The one major change is that we are now able to sing aloud, we are asking people to do this while wearing a mask, and will review the situation from week to week.

These are the details for Sunday’s service25th July at 10:45am

SERMON: Free Will?

Scripture: John 8, Preacher: William Horsburgh


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/

Please ‘like’ the video and ‘Subscribe’ to the channel so that it comes to the notice of as many people as possible, share these links with as many as possible.

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]

611

HOW gracious, kind and good,

my great High Priest, art Thou!

As Aaron in the holiest stood,

so Christ in heaven now.

2 When conscience would despair,

by reason of my sin,

Thy blood can banish all its care,

and peace restore within.

3 It gives the anxious mind

a confidence in Thee;

though nothing in ourselves we find,

but insufficiency.

4 Whene’er my footsteps slide,

and when my spirit fails,

I flee to Thy dear bleeding side,

and humble faith prevails.

5 Then feels my deepest smart

the soul-reviving power,

and gently rests my troubled heart

beneath the crimson shower.

Gerhard Tersteegen, 1697-1769;

tr. in Leifchild’s ORIGINAL HYMNS,1842

29 Based on PSALM 103

PRAISE, my soul, the King of heaven,

to His feet Your tribute bring;

ransomed, healed, restored, forgiven,

who like you His praise should sing?

Praise Him! praise Him!

praise the everlasting King.

2 Praise Him for His grace and favour

to our fathers in distress;

praise Him still the same for ever,

slow to chide and swift to bless:

Praise Him! praise Him!

glorious in His faithfulness.

3 Father-like, He tends and spares us,

well our feeble frame He knows;

in His hands He gently bears us,

rescues us from all our foes:

Praise Him! praise Him!

widely as His mercy flows.

4 Frail as summer’s flower we flourish;

blows the wind, and it is gone;

but while mortals rise and perish

God endures unchanging on.

Praise Him! praise Him!

praise the high eternal One.

5 Angels, help us to adore Him;

you behold Him face to face;

sun and moon, bow down before Him,

dwellers all in time and space.

Praise Him! praise Him!

praise with us the God of grace.

Henry Francis Lyte, 1793-1847

340

O BREATH of God, breathe on us now,

and move within us while we pray;

the spring of our new life art Thou,

the very light of our new day.

2 O strangely art Thou with us Lord,

neither in height nor depth to seek:

in nearness shall Thy voice be heard;

Spirit to spirit Thou dost speak.

3 Christ is our advocate on high;

Thou art our advocate within:

O plead the truth, and make reply

to every argument of sin.

4 But ah, this faithless heart of mine!

the way I know; I know my guide:

forgive me, O my Friend divine,

that I so often turn aside.

5 Be with me when no other friend

the mystery of my heart can share;

and be Thou known, when fears transcend,

by Thy best name of Comforter.

Alfred Henry Vine, 1845-1917

251 Copyright – unable to play online

MY Lord, what love is this

Graham Kendrick, b. 1950 © 1989 Make Way Music

See and listen here:

or Words only:

https://hymnary.org/text/my_lord_what_love_is_this