Palm Sunday Service

During this period when churches are closed, the St Albans Podcast has teamed up with Dagnall Street Baptist Church to bring you a weekly church service you can experience at home. This week’s service is led by Simon Carver and Jonny Fillis. Music provided by Matthew Green and Rory Carver. Readings provided by Catriona Carver, Bex Fillis and Danny Smith. The order of service and link to the song on YouTube can be found below:

Welcome and Notices

Call to Worship – Philippians 2: 5 – 11 (New Revised Standard Version)

Song “All Glory, Laud and Honour”

Introduction

Reading – Matthew 21: 1 – 11 (New Revised Standard Version)

Reflection – Who is Jesus? The Plan

Reading – Ephesians 1: 3 – 10 (New Living Translation)

Song “Praise is Rising” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioL62cqH3iM

Reflection – Who is Jesus? The King

Confession

Reading – 1 Corinthians 1: 18 – 25

Song “The Servant King”

Reflection – Who are we?

Reading – 1 Corinthians 1:26-31 (New International Version)

Intercessions

Song “Ride on Ride on in Majesty”

Benediction

Simon Carver Written by:

4 Comments

  1. Joan
    5th April 2020

    Thank you so much; one of the best Palm Sunday services that I have attended.

  2. noreen Gilhespy
    5th April 2020

    Thanks to all those responsible for the service.
    The churches are not closed the living bricks are very active

  3. Roger Distill
    5th April 2020

    Thank God, and thank you, all of you. That was powerful!

  4. Ruth Sayers
    5th April 2020

    Hello, it’s me again!!!!! I listened later this week than the other weeks.. I enjoyed the service a lot. It was really good. Thank you for organizing these services. I agree with what Noreen said, “The churches are not closed the living bricks are very active.” I was thinking last week that THE CHURCH IS NOT THE BUILDING. IT’S THE PEOPLE OF GOD. The buildings might be closed, but the people can be very active in prayer, Bible study, worship, & loads of other things. We can be more active in that than when we come to church, because we haven’t got a lot to do, so we can spend more time on those things. I know I’m benefitting greatly from that. There are loads of online things as well. I hope it won’t be too long before we can physically meet up together.

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