Our service of Holy Communion for the 16th Sunday of Trinity is on 27 September 2020, and begins with All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name … More Trinity 16
This article was written for the September 2017 edition of the parish magazine. Published in 1911, Vaughan Williams set the words of Herbert’s poem The Call to music as one of a larger work, set of Five Mystical Songs. This song collection used four of Herbert’s poems, published in 1633 as “The Temple: Sacred Poems”. … More The Call – George Herbert (1593-1633)/Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)
Our service for the 15th Sunday of Trinity begins with Maggie’s Music Makers leading us in singing “Dear Lord and Father of Mankind” … More Trinity 15
Morning Worship from St Margaret’s Prestwich for the 14th Sunday of Trinity was on 13 September 2020. You can see the service in full here … More Trinity 14: a genuine welcome without judgement
Until recent times I’ve been a law-abiding citizen without having to think too much about it. And when I have needed to check the rules, the highway code, say, I could be fairly confident that it wouldn’t have changed by the next week … More Law and order?
Morning worship for Sunday 6 September … More Trinity 13: Brother, Sister, let me serve you
Rev Deborah starts Peregrini Prayer each morning with a short story. It is always linked to the forthcoming bible reading and the theme for the day’s prayers … More He Ain’t Heavy
Here are the hymns and service for Sunday 30 August 2020 – the twelfth of Trinity … More Trinity 12
Here are the hymns and service for morning worship at St Margaret’s on Sunday 23 August. … More Trinity 11: Who do you say I am?
This article first appeared in the September 2017 issue of the parish magazine. You can read it again here: This is one of my favourite hymns, learned at High Down County Junior School, Portishead, back in the 1970s, and always sung with gusto by everyone present. I never quite understood who Julie was, nor why … More O Jesus I Have Promised