We haven't got the technology or skills to bring together an on-line choir so, for music, we are using YouTube Videos of the songs we might have sung had we all been together physically. Feel free to sing along! However, we can use the visuals that would normally be displayed during our services and we have found people able to record the audio for their part in the service.
Please work through the service in order by listening to each audio recording and then viewing the following video.
In our church at a normal Sunday service there might be a welcome or other messages displayed on the screen as you enter the church. Sometimes there might be something more, planned to introduce people to the topic for the sermon or some other part of the service.
Today is Easter so as you enter our virtual church you'll find an appropriate video showing!
On a normal Easter Sunday, there would have been a good number that had had a communal breakfast at the church, following the "Son Rise" service held at How Hill, a local landmark that overlooks the River Ant, one of the four main rivers of the famous Norfolk Broads. Down by the river there will always be a good number of holiday makers aboard boats. It's good to wake them with our praises of the Risen Son.
Click/tap on the image below to cycle through the photos taken at the How Hill Son Rise service a couple of years ago.
Pt1 - Ron Skivington
This is where, in a normal service, Ron might have asked us to talk with our neighbours to see if anyone knew or could guess the answer. Don't worry if you don't know the answer. It is revealed in Part Two.
Pt2 - Ron Skivington
Hymn: Up From The Grave He Rose
Hymn: See What A Morning
Introducing Three Videos
Introducing two hymns and the reading
Hymn: Christ Alone Cornerstone
Hymn: Jesus Christ Is Risen Today
Reading - Norma Huxter
Sermon - Ron
Prayers - Ron
Hymn: In Christ Alone
Hymn: Thine Be The Glory
Easterstone - Susie English
What you see below is a portion of a painting in acrylics by Susie English, completed with this service in mind. The original is 17" wide and 23" tall.
You may click/tap on the image to see the full work. It will open in a new window, so you will need to use your device's "back" button or close the window to return here.
On touch screen devices you'll be able to use pinch and stretch finger actions to zoom in and out of the image. On most lap/desktop machines you can click somewhere on the image to zoom to that part of the image. A second click will return you to view the whole image.
Those in our Fellowship are welcome to offer comments on this service on the Church Forum.
Others may with their response and they'll be forwarded to the worship leader.
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