Self-guided worship: April 5th (Palm Sunday)

Details for April 5th worship

All text for the hymns is from Common Praise (CP) and all hymn videos are courtesy of our organist

Sam Tak Ho. We would also like to thank Beverley Baird for writing the Prayers of the People, Bill Wilkins for

reading the lesson from Philippians, and Pastor Pam for contributing the videos of the service and her sermon. 

Please download or print the Word document to follow along with the service content below.

Opening Hymn: All Glory, Laud, and Honour, CP 181

All glory laud and honour
to thee Redeemer, King,
to whom the lips of children
made sweet hosannas ring.

Thou art the King of Israel,
thou David's royal Son,
who in the Lord's name comest
the King and Blessed One
.

All glory laud and honour

to thee Redeemer, King,

to whom the lips of children

made sweet hosannas ring.

The people of the Hebrews
with palms before Thee went,
our praise and prayer and anthems
before Thee we present.

 

All glory laud and honour

to thee Redeemer, King,

to whom the lips of children

made sweet hosannas ring.
Thou didst accept their praises,
accept the praise we bring,
who in all good delightest,
Thou good and gracious King.

Printed text for this hymn is provided by Christian Corporate Licensing International, under CCLI License #11017184, CCLI Song# 29509. Words: Public Domain, by Theodulph of Orleans tr. J.M. Neale. Music: Public Domain, by M. M. Teschner.

Opening Remarks

Refer to pages 1-2 of the Word document.

Proclamation of the Word: Psalm 118:1-2, 19-29 

Refer to pages 2-3 of the Word doc.

Hymn: We Hail Thee Now, O Jesus, CP 80

Printed text for this hymn is provided by Common Praise, Copyright 1998 by The General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada, and reprinted from: https://hymnary.org/hymn/CP1998/80. Words: Public Domain, by F.G. Scott. Music: Public Domain, by F. C. Maker.  

We hail thee now, O Jesus:
thy presence here we own,
though sight and touch have failed us,
and faith perceives alone.
Thy love has veiled thy glory
and hid thy power divine,
in mercy to our weakness,
beneath an earthly sign.

We hail thee now, O Jesus:
in silence hast thou come,
for all the hosts of heaven
with wonderment are dumb --
so great the condescension,
so marvellous the love,
which for our sakes, O Saviour,
have drawn thee from above.

We hail thee now, O Jesus:
for death is ever near,
and in thy presence only
its terrors disappear.
Dwell with us, sweetest Saviour,
and guide us through the night,
till shadows end in glory.
and faith be lost in sight.

Reading: Philippians 2:5-11

Philippians 2:5-11Read by Bill Wilkins
00:00 / 01:06

Refer to pages 3-4 of the Word doc.

Press the play button to start the audio recording (make sure your volume is turned on!).

Gospel: Matthew 21:1-11, Luke 19:39-40

Refer to pages 4-5 of the Word doc.

Sermon: Rev. Pam Trondson

Affirmation of Faith & Prayers of the People

Refer to pages 5-7 of the Word doc.

Hymn: King of Glory, King of Peace, CP 345

Printed text for this hymn is provided by Christian Corporate Licensing International, under CCLI License #11017184, CCLI Song# 2762355. Words: Public Domain, by George Herbert. Music: Public Domain, by Joseph D. Jones. 

King of glory, King of peace
I will love Thee.
and that love may never cease,
I will move Thee.
Thou hast granted my request,
Thou hast heard me.
Thou didst note my working breast,
Thou hast spared me.

Wherefore with my utmost art,
I will sing Thee.
And the cream of all my heart,
I will bring Thee.
Though my sins against me cried,
Thou didst clear me;
and alone when they replied,
Thou didst hear me.

Seven whole days, not one in seven,
I will praise Thee;
In my heart, though not in heaven,
I can raise Thee.
Small it is in this poor sort
to enrol Thee.
E'en eternity's too short
to extol Thee.

The Lord's Prayer, Collect & Dismissal

Refer to pages 7-8 of the Word doc.

Closing Hymn: Ride on Ride on in Majesty, CP 182

Ride on! Ride on in majesty!
Hark all the tribes Hosanna cry;
O Saviour meek, pursue Thy road
with palms and scattered garments strowed.

Ride on! Ride on in majesty!
The Angel armies of the sky
look down with sad and wondering eyes,
to see the approaching sacrifice.

Ride on! Ride on in majesty!
In lowly pomp ride on to die,
bow Thy meek head to mortal pain,
then take, O God, Thy power and reign.

Printed text for this hymn is provided by Christian Corporate Licensing International, under CCLI License #11017184, CCLI Song# 2725907. Words: Public Domain, by Henry H. Milman. Music: Public Domain.

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