Weekly Streaming Worship:


You are invited to worship God with us this Sunday morning:-
These are the details for Sunday’s service – 11th Oct. at 10:45am
We began meeting in the Chapel from Sunday 2nd Aug, required social distancing measures are in place, but only come along if you feel safe to do so, and bring a face mask!
Because of the changes it would help if you arrived 10 minutes early.
Watch the short video on: www.middletonchapel.com in preparation

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]


The ‘live stream’ will be found here:

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William Horsburgh
Ryedale Evangelical Church
Middleton Chapel
North Yorkshire

Our Hymn book is available as an ‘app’ –






ALL hail the power of Jesus’ Name!

Let angels prostrate fall;

bring forth the royal diadem

to crown Him Lord of all.

2 Crown Him, ye martyrs of our God,

who from His altar call;

extol the stem of Jesse’s rod,

and crown Him Lord of all.

3 Ye seed of Israel’s chosen race,

ye ransomed from the fall,

hail Him who saves you by His grace,

and crown Him Lord of all.

4 Ye Gentile sinners, ne’er forget

the wormwood and the gall;

go spread your trophies at His feet,

and crown Him Lord of all.

5 Let every kindred, every tribe,

on this terrestrial ball,

to Him all majesty ascribe,

and crown Him Lord of all.

6 O that with yonder sacred throng

we at His feet may fall,

join in the everlasting song,

and crown Him Lord of all!

Edward Perronet, 1726-92

and John Rippon, 1751-1836



GOLDEN harps are sounding,

angel voices sing,

gates of pearl are opened,

opened for the King;

Christ, the King of glory,

Jesus, King of love,

is gone up in triumph

to His throne above.

All His work is ended,

joyfully we sing;

Jesus has ascended!

Glory to our King!

2 He who came to save us,

He who bled and died,

now is crowned with glory

at His Father’s side;

never more to suffer,

never more to die,

Jesus, King of glory,

has gone up on high.

3 Praying for His children

in that blessèd place,

calling them to glory,

sending them His grace;

His bright home preparing,

faithful ones, for you;

Jesus ever liveth,

ever loveth too.

Frances Ridley Havergal, 1836-79


TEACH me Your way, O Lord,

teach me Your way;

Your gracious aid afford,

teach me Your way;

help me to walk aright,

more by faith, less by sight;

lead me with heavenly light:

teach me Your way.

2 When doubts and fears arise,

teach me Your way;

when storms o’erspread the skies,

teach me Your way;

shine through the cloud and rain,

through sorrow, toil, and pain;

make then my pathway plain:

teach me Your way.

3 Long as my life shall last,

teach me Your way;

where’er my lot be cast,

teach me Your way;

until the race is run,

until the journey’s done,

until the crown is won,

teach me Your way.

Benjamin Mansell Ramsey, 1849-1923



LIFT up your heads, you mighty gates,

behold, the King of glory waits!

The King of kings is drawing near,

the Saviour of the world is here;

life and salvation will He bring,

wherefore rejoice and gladly sing.

2 The Lord is just, a helper tried,

mercy is ever at His side;

His kingly crown is holiness;

His sceptre, pity in distress;

the end of all our woe He brings,

wherefore the earth is glad and sings.

3 O blest the land, the city blest,

where Christ the ruler is confessed!

O happy hearts and happy homes,

to whom this King in triumph comes!

The cloudless Sun of joy He is,

who brings us pure delight and bliss.

4 Fling wide the portals of your heart,

make it a temple set apart

from earthly use, for heaven’s employ,

adorned with prayer, and love, and joy;

so shall your Sovereign enter in,

and new and nobler life begin.

5 Redeemer, come, we open wide

our hearts to You; here, Lord, abide!

Your inner presence let us feel,

Your grace and love in us reveal,

Your Holy Spirit guide us on,

until the glorious goal is won!

Georg Weissel, 1590-1635;

tr. by Catherine Winkworth, 1827-78