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Sunday July 26th 2020 All Saints’ Church 

You will find below the usual pattern of videos and text as in previous weeks or,  the whole service linked into this one video;

[In Separate videos;]

Welcome / Notices  

Song 1; Bring to the Lord a glad new song

Confession; Psalm 51

Bible Reading:  Psalm 2 Ian Wright

Creed; Apostles Creed

 Feature: Mike’s story

 Song 2: You did not wait for me

 Prayers – Naomi Ward

Song 3: Yes Finished the Messiah dies

Sermon:  Adam Young

 Song 4:   How shall they hear who have not heard?

Blessing:  (Go in love (Choir))

 

July 19th 2020  Acts 19: 8-20 Opposition and Opportunity.

You will find below the usual pattern of videos and text as in previous weeks or,  the whole service linked into this one video;

Sunday 19th July Welcome /Notices

Song 1   Delight yourself in the Lord (Choir)

Collect for purity 

Bible Reading:  Acts 19:8-20

Nicene Creed.   

Prayers: Mike Rutherford

 Song 2:  How deep the Father’s love for us

Sermon: MB   

Song 3:  O Church arise and put your armour on 

 ‘Spiritual communion’  (including confession)

 Song 4:  See him in Jerusalem

Blessing  

 

 

Sunday July 12th 2020   

You will find below the usual pattern of videos and text as in previous weeks or,  the whole service linked into this one video;

Welcome / Notices –

Song 1; The Church’s One Foundation

Confession;

Bible Reading:   Acts 18:18-19:7 Gill Crosland

Creed;

Video  – Jill’s story

Online Song 2:  Salvation belongs to our God

Prayers – Wendy Wright

Song 3: Thank you for saving me

Sermon:  Adam Young (Acts 18:18-19:7)

Song 4: He will hold me fast (Choir)

Blessing:

 

Sunday July 5th 2020 

You will find below the usual pattern of videos and text as in previous weeks or,  the whole service linked into this one video;

 

Service in individual links;

Welcome to the All Saints’ virtual community!

Notices (miss out if you’re watched the video welcome and go to the song ) –

This week we have also provided this service as a continuous video on YouTube – just click on the link above. Alternatively, as in previous weeks use the webpage and click on each video in turn.

A reminder that the latest sermon is available by phone for those without the internet (Hull code) 699634, It starts after a 12 sec pause – & is charged at local call rate.

Now that the government allows it, All Saints’ will be open this Sunday 5th July, for a short “socially distanced” service of music, readings, and prayers at 10.30am.

This will be a limited experience of Church, as according to government instruction we can have no singing, nor much chance to talk to each other, but after a careful risk assessment, some can now gather to pray and hear God’s word.

It should be emphasised that everyone should consider their own and their family’s circumstances, and no one should feel obliged to come. We expect that many will not want to, at this phase of the pandemic.

 We plan to continue our online services in the same way as in previous weeks of the Lockdown.

Adam, after his heroic 32 mile ultra-marathon, began his online sessions looking at some key figures and ideas in the early history of Christianity this week. Others can join in the discussion this coming Thursday at 7.30 on Zoom and/or view the videos on our Church YouTube channel (google YouTube North Ferriby church). If you’d like to join in (max an hour) let Adam know by email and he can send an invitation  revd.adam@gmail.com

Do make use of the online donation page which can be found on our webpage under the welcome, then giving tabs & at this link  https://givealittle.co/campaigns/bd00484b-483c-4137-97b8-725fc4fdbbe5

Bible Verse:  We’re continuing our sermon series looking at the book of Acts, ch 18 where Paul’s mission team are in Corinth. We read He was “occupied with the word, testifying to the Jews that the Christ was Jesus…Crispus, the ruler of the synagogue, believed in the Lord, together with his entire household. … And the Lord said to Paul one night in a vision, “Do not be afraid, but go on speaking and do not be silent, for I am with you, and no one will attack you to harm you, for I have many in this city who are my people.” 

Song;  Amazing grace (Choral)

Confession;

Let’s confess that we are sinners in need of God’s grace;

Almighty and most merciful Father,
we have wandered and strayed from your ways
like lost sheep.
We have followed too much the devices and desires
of our own hearts.
We have offended against your holy laws.
We have left undone those things
that we ought to have done;
and we have done those things
that we ought not to have done;
and we are spiritually poor.
But you, O Lord, have mercy upon us sinners.
Spare those who confess their faults.
Restore those who are penitent,
according to your promises declared to mankind
in Christ Jesus our Lord.
And grant, O most merciful Father, for his sake,
that we may live a disciplined, righteous and godly life,
to the glory of your holy name.
Amen.

May Almighty God who sent His Son into the world to save sinners, bring us pardon and peace now and forever. Amen

Bible Reading:  Acts 18:1-17 –  Naomi  Brailsford 

Creed;

Let us affirm our faith in God; Father Son & Holy Spirit;

I believe in God, the Father almighty,
creator of heaven and earth.

I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord,
who was conceived by the Holy Spirit,
born of the Virgin Mary,
suffered under Pontius Pilate,
was crucified, died, and was buried;
he descended to the dead.
On the third day he rose again;
he ascended into heaven,
he is seated at the right hand of the Father,
and he will come to judge the living and the dead.

I believe in the Holy Spirit,
the holy catholic* Church,
the communion of saints,
the forgiveness of sins,
the resurrection of the body,
and the life everlasting.
Amen.                                                                     *= Universal

Video testimony- Jo’s story

 Song 2:   My lips shall praise you

 Prayers – Sheena Brailsford 

Song 3:     The Lord’s My Shepherd

Sermon:

Song 4:   Great is thy faithfulness

Blessing:  (1Corinthians1:18)

 

 

Sunday June 28th  

You will find below the usual pattern of videos and text as in previous weeks or for the first time this week, Sun 28th,  the whole service linked into one video   https://youtu.be/Tn5g4oxEM9M

 

 Welcome to the All Saints’ virtual community!

(If you’ve watched the welcome video go to song)

Notices –

This week we have also provided this service as a continuous video on YouTube – just click on the link above. Alternatively, as in previous weeks use the webpage and click on each video. Thanks to Jim Innes for the extra work to get this available.

A reminder that the latest sermon is available by phone for those without the internet (Hull code) 699634, It starts after a 12 sec pause – & is charged at local call rate.

Given the government is allowing churches to reopen from next weekend – the PCC is meeting to work out a strategy for us here at All Saints’. It is quite clear that not everyone who would normally want to be able to come to a public service is going to be able to, so we shall need to consider everyone’s needs and safety and continue to offer alternatives like our on line service.

Adam, our associate minister is about to start an online set of sessions looking at some key figures and ideas in the early history of Christianity. He’s doing some videos that will be available to watch on our Church YouTube channel and will then host a zoom discussion on Thursday eves at 7.30 starting this week, July 2nd – details of how to join will be available on Facebook & the what’s app group & by email.

Derek our treasurer, has written “Many thanks to everyone who has continued to give generously to the church, through new and existing standing orders, through bank transfers (using bank details on the website) and by forwarding cheques to me. I am sure that some will be keeping their gift aid envelopes ready for when it is possible to bring them to church – which hopefully won’t be too long now. This has meant that our reserves will last a lot longer! There is now an additional way to give (using the same company as for the card reader in church) through an online donation page which can be found on our webpage under the welcome, then giving tabs,or at this link – https://givealittle.co/campaigns/bd00484b-483c-4137-97b8-725fc4fdbbe5
(If you pay tax please complete the gift aid declaration to make sure I can claim the extra 25% from HMRC).”

We are planning a virtual prayer meeting using Zoom tomorrow evening (Mon 29th) at 8pm – an e mail will go out inviting people to join in.

To join the Zoom virtual coffee time from 11.30 am on Sunday morning–   use the codes at the end of the webpage or the email invite.

Bible Verse:  We’re continuing our sermon series looking at the book of Acts. Adam Young our associate minister is going to be speaking.

In Acts 17 we read of the sermon given by the Apostle Paul in Athens “ 30 The times of ignorance God overlooked, but now he commands all people everywhere to repent, 31 because he has fixed a day on which he will judge the world in righteousness by a man whom he has appointed; and of this he has given assurance to all by raising him from the dead.” Now when they heard of the resurrection of the dead, some mocked. But others said, “We will hear you again about this.”

Song; Come people of the risen king

Confession;

Let’s confess that we are sinners in need of God’s grace (words based on Jesus’ parable of the prodigal son);

Father,
we have sinned against you.
We are not worthy to be called your children.
We turn to you again.
Have mercy on us,
bring us back to yourself
as those who once were dead
but now have life through Christ our Lord. Amen. (From  Luke 15)

May Almighty God who sent His Son into the world to save sinners, bring us pardon and peace now and forever. Amen

Bible Reading:   Acts 17: 16-33 Adrienne Palmer

Creed;

Let us declare together our faith
in the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Christ died for our sins
in accordance with the Scriptures;
he was buried;
he was raised to life on the third day
in accordance with the Scriptures;
afterwards he appeared to his followers,
and to all the apostles:
this we have received,
and this we believe.
Amen
. (1 Corinthians 15.3-7)

Now going to hear the story of a young man called Rick;

 Rick’s story

Song 2:  We have sung our songs of victory (How Long)

 Prayers –   Derek Shepherd (Audio only)

Song 3:   Majesty

Sermon:   Adam Young

Song 4:  Go forth and tell

Blessing: God was reconciling the world to himself in Christ, not counting people’s sins against them. And he has committed to us the message of reconciliation.  We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors… And the blessing of God Almighty: the Father, the Son & the Holy Spirit be with us all evermore. Amen

 

 

Sunday June 21st 

Welcome to the All Saints’ virtual community!

Video   

Notices (Skip if you’ve just watched the welcome and go to song.)

A reminder that the latest sermon is available by phone for those without the internet  (Hull code) 699634 12 sec pause – charged at local call rate – free for many.

Adam, our associate minister is about to start an online set of sessions looking at some key figures and ideas in the early history of Christianity. He’s doing some videos that will be available to watch on our Church YouTube channel and will then host a zoom discussion on Thursday eves at 7.30 starting on July 2nd – details of how to join will be available on Facebook & the what’s app group & by email.

Derek our treasurer, has written “Many thanks to everyone who has continued to give generously to the church, through new and existing standing orders, through bank transfers (using bank details on the website) and by forwarding cheques to me. I am sure that some will be keeping their gift aid envelopes ready for when it is possible to bring them to church – which hopefully won’t be too long now. This has meant that our reserves will last a lot longer! There is now an additional way to give (using the same company as for the card reader in church) through an online donation page which can be found on our webpage under the welcome (then giving) tab & at this link -https://givealittle.co/campaigns/bd00484b-483c-4137-97b8-725fc4fdbbe5

 (If you pay tax please complete the gift aid declaration to make sure I can claim the extra 25% from HMRC).”

Last week after a risk assessment considering the hygiene and health security needs of opening church buildings for private prayer, the PCC decided to wait to open All Saints’. This will be reviewed again before the end of June. The main concern has to be the safety of visitors.

A big thank you to Lester and members of our choir who have produced a special choral piece for our service this morning.

As we are separated physically from one another we can’t share bread & wine in Holy communion as we normally would. On this 3rd Sunday of the month  – reflecting our usual pattern at the 10.30 service – we’re going to have time to reflect on the significance of Jesus’ death on the cross in our place for our sins. This is what you might call “Spiritual communion” – for after all, it is what the bread & wine point to & remind us of, that is most important.

To join the Zoom virtual coffee time from 11.30 am on Sunday morning–   use the codes at the end of the webpage.

Verse; We’re continuing our sermon series looking at the book of Acts. We’re very pleased that Rob Tearle (our former parish assistant) is going to be speaking – we also have an interview with Rob to catch up on his news.

In Acts 17 we read ‘Paul went into the Synagogue in Thessalonica, as was his custom, and on three Sabbath days he reasoned with them from the Scriptures, explaining and proving that it was necessary for the Christ to suffer and to rise from the dead, and saying, “This Jesus, whom I proclaim to you, is the Christ.” And some of them were persuaded…’

Song   He will hold me fast

Prayer;

Almighty God,

To whom all hearts are open,

All desires known,

And from whom no secrets are hidden:

Cleanse the thoughts of our hearts

By the inspiration of your Holy Spirit,

That we may perfectly love you,

And worthily magnify your Holy Name;

Through Christ our Lord.

Amen.

 

Bible Reading: Acts 17:1-15 Mike Rutherfoord

Interview – Rob Tearle, former All Saints’ Parish Assistant

Nicene Creed.

We believe in one God,
the Father, the Almighty,
maker of heaven and earth,
of all that is,
seen and unseen.

We believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ,
the only Son of God,
eternally begotten of the Father,
God from God, Light from Light,
true God from true God,
begotten, not made,
of one Being with the Father;
through him all things were made.
For us and for our salvation he came down from heaven,
was incarnate from the Holy Spirit and the Virgin Mary
and was made man.
For our sake he was crucified under Pontius Pilate;
he suffered death and was buried.
On the third day he rose again
in accordance with the Scriptures;
he ascended into heaven
and is seated at the right hand of the Father.
He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead,
and his kingdom will have no end.

We believe in the Holy Spirit,
the Lord, the giver of life,
who proceeds from the Father and the Son,
who with the Father and the Son is worshipped and glorified,
who has spoken through the prophets.
We believe in one holy catholic* and apostolic Church.
We acknowledge one baptism for the forgiveness of sins.
We look for the resurrection of the dead,
and the life of the world to come.
Amen.                                                  *= ‘Universal’

Prayers –  Barbara Rutherfoord

Hymn:  Majesty (All Saints’ Choir)

Sermon  –  Acts 17:1-15 (Rob Tearle)

Hymn: How shall they hear?

‘Spiritual communion’   video

Hymn;   How deep the Father’s love  

Blessing  (1Cor 15) “Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, he was buried, he was raised on the third day and…he appeared.” And the blessing of God almighty the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, be with us all evermore Amen.

Sunday June 14th  2020 

Welcome to the All Saints’ virtual community!

Video Welcome

(Miss out if you have watched video and go to song) I’m Matthew Brailsford the Vicar of Ferriby.   Welcome to the All Saints’ virtual community!

The idea is that we can use the words here and ‘click’ on the video files, so that we can join in prayers, singing, and learning from the Bible. Do pass on to others that we are ‘meeting’ like this.

A reminder that the latest sermon is available by phone (Hull code) 699634 12 sec pause – charged at local call rate – free for many.

Adam Young is about to start a new on line group looking at how the gospel spread after the end of the New Testament era, and some important figures and lessons from church history. We’ll post out details on Facebook, email & the What’sApp group.

Next week we are planning to have an interview with Rob Tearle, our former parish assistant, who is currently working with a church in Scarborough.

At this service, we have a special song sung by our choir – a big thank you to Lester and Jim for producing this. We also have a video telling the story of (another) Rob and how the good news of Jesus brought positive change in his life.

To join the Zoom virtual coffee time use the codes at the bottom of this page.

Verse; We’re continuing our sermon series looking at the book of Acts and have reached Ch 16 where the good news reaches Philippi and we read-  “the jailer…fell down before Paul and Silas…and said, “Sirs, what must I do to be saved?” And they said, “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved, you and your household.””

 SongGreat is thy faithfulness, O God my Father

Confession;

O King enthroned on high,
filling the earth with your glory:
holy is your name,
Lord God almighty.
In our sinfulness we cry to you
to take our guilt away,
and to cleanse our lips to speak your word,
through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Amen.  (From Isaiah 6)

May Almighty God who sent His Son into the world to save sinners, bring us pardon and peace now and forever. Amen

Bible Reading: Acts 16:16-40 The gospel transforms  (Read by Jim Innes)

Creed: (1 Corinthians 15.3-7)

Let us declare our faith
in the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Christ died for our sins
in accordance with the Scriptures;
he was buried;
he was raised to life on the third day
in accordance with the Scriptures;
afterwards he appeared to his followers,
and to all the apostles:
this we have received,
and this we believe.
Amen.

Prayers – Hugh Crosland

Song:  All Saints’ Choir: A Mother’s Love  

Video: Rob’s story – a real life account of the gospel bringing change in the 21st Century.

 Song 3: Here is love vast as the ocean

Sermon:  Acts 16: 16-40   (Adam Young)

Song 4;  My hope is built on nothing less – Cornerstone.

Blessing (1Corinthians1) ‘The message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.’ And the blessing of God Almighty: the Father, the Son & the Holy Spirit be with us all evermore. Amen

 

Service for All Ages Sunday 7th June 2020  

For children you might like to print these activity sheets off first.

Trinity Colouring Sheet 

Trinity Activity Sheet

Welcome to the All Saints’ online service!

(Miss out  this written welcome if you have watched the video and go to first song!)

I’m Matthew Brailsford the vicar of Ferriby. Can I welcome you to the All Saints’ virtual community!

Welcome if you’re new to joining in on line. In these unusual days, we might not be able to meet together physically, but we can join in prayers, praising God, and learning from the Bible though our online service. Simply click on the video and audio files and join in.

Notices – A reminder that the latest sermon is available by phone for those without the internet   (Hull code) 699634, It starts after a 12 sec pause – & is charged at local call rate.

On the church Facebook page there are reflections on the Psalms each day & at 11.30 Sun morning there is virtual coffee time on Zoom – see the codes later to join in.

Bible Verse; On this day, around the world, Trinity Sunday,  many Christians are celebrating who the true God really is – that God has made Himself known to us as One God in 3 persons – Father, Son & Holy Spirit. When Jesus met his friends the night before he died he had spoken of God the Holy Spirit – the helper -who points to Him, & then He prayed in John 17;  Father… this is eternal life: that people can know you, the only true God I finished the work you gave me to do. … And now, Father…Give me the glory I had with you before the world was made.”

We’re going to sing a song ;   Shine Jesus shine fill this land with the Father’s glory, blaze Spirit blaze – set our hearts on fire.

Confession;

Father,
we have sinned against you.
We are not worthy to be called your children.
We turn to you again.
Have mercy on us,
bring us back to yourself
as those who once were dead
but now have life through Christ our Lord. Amen. (From  Luke 15)

May Almighty God who sent His Son into the world to save sinners, bring us pardon and peace now and forever. Amen

Bible Reading:  John 17:1-8

Creed;

Do you believe and trust in God the Father,

source of all being and life,

the one for whom we exist?

I believe and trust in him.

 

Do you believe and trust in God the Son,

who took our human nature,

died for us and rose again?

I believe and trust in him.

 

Do you believe and trust in God the Holy Spirit,

who gives life to the people of God

and makes Christ known in the world?

I believe and trust in him.

 

Prayers – Naomi Brailsford &  John Wyndham

Song: Holy God in love

 Talk 1 Video

Video; ‘Big questions’

Talk 2 Video

Song; God United;

Talk 3 Video

Song:  In our last song we pray, “Thank you O my Father for giving us your Son & leaving your Spirit till the work on earth is done.”

The Grace: May the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ & the love of God & the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with us all, evermore. Amen

 

 

 

 

Sermon adult version  

 

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