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These are the details for Sunday’s service – 5th Dec. at 10:45am

SERMON: His Amazing Grace

PREACHER: William Horsburgh

                            SCRIPTURE: Isaiah 6:5-7

 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 .

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William Horsburgh
Ryedale Evangelical Church
Middleton Chapel
North Yorkshire

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AS with gladness men of old

did the guiding star behold,

as with joy, they hailed its light,

leading onward, beaming bright –

so, most gracious Lord, may we

evermore be led to Thee.

2 As with joyful steps they sped,

Saviour, to Thy lowly bed,

there to bend the knee before

Thee, whom heaven and earth adore –

so may we with willing feet

ever seek the mercy-seat.

3 As they offered gifts most rare

at Thy cradle rough and bare –

so may we with holy joy,

pure, and free from sin’s alloy,

all our costliest treasures bring,

Christ, to Thee, our heavenly King.

4 Holy Jesus, every day

keep us in the narrow way;

and, when earthly things are past,

bring our ransomed souls at last

where they need no star to guide,

where no clouds Thy glory hide.

5 In the heavenly country bright

need they no created light;

Thou its light, its joy, its crown,

Thou its sun which goes not down;

there for ever may we sing

hallelujahs to our King.

William Chatterton Dix, 1837-98


O COME, all ye faithful,

joyful and triumphant,

O come ye, O come ye to Bethlehem;

come and behold Him,

born the King of angels:

O come, let us adore Him,

O come, let us adore Him,

O come, let us adore Him, Christ the Lord!

2 God of God,

Light of Light,

lo, He abhors not the virgin’s womb;

very God,

begotten, not created:

3 Sing, choirs of angels,

sing in exultation,

sing, all ye citizens of heaven above;

‘Glory to God

in the highest!’

4 Yea, Lord, we greet Thee,

born this happy morning,

Jesus, to Thee be glory given;

Word of the Father,

now in flesh appearing:

Latin, 17th cent.;

tr. by Frederick Oakeley*, 1802-80


WHILE shepherds watched their flocks

by night,

all seated on the ground,

the angel of the Lord came down,

and glory shone around.

2 ‘Fear not!’ said he, for mighty dread

had seized their troubled mind;

‘Glad tidings of great joy I bring

to you and all mankind.

3 ‘To you, in David’s town, this day

is born, of David’s line,

a Saviour, who is Christ the Lord;

and this shall be the sign:

4 ‘The heavenly babe you there shall find

to human view displayed,

all meanly wrapped in swaddling bands,

and in a manger laid.’

5 Thus spake the seraph, and forthwith

appeared a shining throng

of angels praising God, and thus

addressed their joyful song:

6 ‘All glory be to God on high,

and to the earth be peace:

goodwill henceforth from heaven to men

begin and never cease.’

Nahum Tate, 1652-1715


CHILD in the manger,

infant of Mary;

outcast and stranger,

Lord of all!

Child who inherits

all our transgressions,

all our demerits

on Him fall.

2 Once the most holy

child of salvation,

gently and lowly

lived below;

now as our glorious

mighty Redeemer,

see Him victorious

over each foe.

3 Prophets foretold Him,

infant of wonder;

angels behold Him

on His throne;

worthy our Saviour

of all their praises;

happy for ever

are His own.

Mary Macdonald, 1789-1872;

tr. by Lachlan Macbean, 1853-1931

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