Resources for All Services

Resources for All Services

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There will be two in-person services on Sunday 25th October: one at 10am and the other at 11:15am. This week’s services are led by Jennie and Daleen.

You must register: email registerstgeorgesbcn@gmail.com or you can ring the church office on 93 417 8867.

As the weather gets colder, we have moved inside (entry is still via the back garden gate). The deadline for registering is 7pm on the Friday before the Sunday you plan to attend. Alternatively, if you attend on a Sunday you can register then for the following Sunday. If a service is full, you will be asked to move to another service. You are only registered when you receive a confirmation email.

Read Info on attending services in person

Our Virtual Services continue to be available online here.

Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 35 minutes)

There are no song links. There is music in the video.

Donate: St George’s needs your ongoing support, as our costs continue even when we cannot meet together physically. We have now made online giving easier. Go to our Giving page and you can now make an online donation through DonorBox.

Our youth worker, Jennie Hebson, suggests these songs that the children and youth can sing with their families:

Fun children’s songs, some with actions:
Help me be your eyes, Lord
I’m gonna jump up and down
We wanna see Jesus lifted high
One way
You are good
Alive
May the God of hope
Every move I make

Songs more appropriate for the youth:
Our God
You are good
My lighthouse
Jesus strong and kind
This is living now

A mix in Spanish:
Vivo estás
Hay libertad
Nuestro Dios
Amor sin condición
Vida tú me das

 

List of all previous services held since the ‘state of alarm’ was declared

3rd Sunday of Lent, 15th March

Jenny Shaw suggests these hymns which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

4th Sunday of Lent, 22nd March

Jenny Shaw suggests these hymns which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

5th Sunday of Lent, 29th March

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 40 minutes)

As we had planned for this Sunday to be a BBC Songs of Praise-style service, Jenny Shaw collated the hymns today on that basis, choosing from among the old favourites. So worship the Lord and enjoy!

Guide me o thou great Jehovah
Seek ye first the kingdom of God
Lord of the dance
Great is thy faithfulness
And can it be
How great thou art

Palm Sunday, 5th April

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 35 minutes)

Jenny Shaw suggests these hymns which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

I will enter his gates
Jesus loves me
Hosanna, hosanna
You are the king of glory
My song is love unknown
Meekness and majesty

Maundy Thursday, 9th April

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 25 minutes)

Jenny Shaw suggests this hymn which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

Do you feel the world is broken

Good Friday, 10th April

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 16 minutes)

Jenny Shaw suggests these hymns which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

When I survey the wondrous cross
Were you there when they crucified my Lord?
Lift high the cross

Black Saturday, 11th April

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service

Easter Sunday, 12th April

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 37 minutes)

Jenny Shaw suggests these hymns which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

Here is love, vast as the ocean
His love is higher than the highest mountain
Be still for the presence of the Lord is shining all around
Jesus Christ is risen today
Thine be the glory

2nd Sunday of Easter, 19th April

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 42 minutes)

Jenny Shaw suggests these hymns which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

He is Lord
Father Abraham
My soul finds rest in God alone
Turn your eyes upon Jesus
Be thou my vision
Jesus Christ, my living hope

3rd Sunday of Easter, 26th April

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 41 minutes)

Jenny Shaw suggests these hymns which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

Jesus, God’s righteousness revealed (This Kingdom)
Our God is a great big God
Lord, I come, I confess, I need you
In the Lord I’ll be ever thankful (Taize)
Guide me, o thou great Jehovah
There is a redeemer

4th Sunday of Easter, 3rd May

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 44 minutes)

Jenny Shaw suggests these hymns which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

How deep the Father’s love for us
God, you’re good to me
Who is there like you
I know a place, a wonderful place
Father, hear the prayer we offer
The Lord is my shepherd (And I will trust in you alone)

5th Sunday of Easter, 10th May

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 45 minutes)
Watch Click here to watch a sermon by Revd Deborah in Spanish (around 20 minutes)

Mark Hinchliffe chose these hymns which can make a great preparation for worship:

Fight the good fight
Jesu, lover of my soul
O Jesus, I have promised

Jenny Shaw suggests these hymns which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

Faithful one
Be bold, be strong
My soul finds rest in God alone
Focus my eyes on you, oh Lord
How sweet the name of Jesus sounds
My hope is built on nothing less

6th Sunday of Easter, 17th May

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 44 minutes)

Jenny Shaw suggests these hymns which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

I will worship
Fit for the king
Refiner’s fire (Purify my heart)
I will offer up my life
Great is thy faithfulness
Lord, reign in me

7th Sunday of Easter, 24th May

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 48 minutes)

Here we open our worship with three hymns that we would have sung at the 9:45am service:

Be still for the presence of the Lord
Alleluia, sing to Jesus
At the name of Jesus

Jenny Shaw suggests these hymns which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

This is the day that the Lord has made
We praise God
This I believe (The Creed)
In my life, Lord (Be glorified)
Now thank we all our God
Yes and Amen

Pentecost Sunday, 31st May

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 55 minutes)

Jenny Shaw suggests these hymns which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

For I’m building a people of power
Praise ye the Lord
Be still, for the presence of the Lord
Spirit of the living God
Breathe on me, breath of God
Freely, freely

Trinity Sunday, 7th June

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 44 minutes)

Jenny Shaw suggests these hymns which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

Bless the Lord, O my soul
Alle-Alle-Alleluia
Glory to God
Freely, freely, you have received
How great thou art
Go forth and tell

1st Sunday after Trinity, 14th June

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 49 minutes)

Mark Hinchliffe chose these hymns which can make a great preparation for worship:

Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty
All my hope on God is founded
Lord, for the years

Jenny Shaw suggests these hymns which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

Ah, Lord God, thou hast made the heavens
He’s got the whole world in his hands
My soul finds rest in God alone
Be still and know that I am God
Amazing grace
I’ll go in the strength of the Lord

2nd Sunday after Trinity, 21st June

Read Click here to open a PDF and read the service
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 50 minutes)

Jenny Shaw suggests these hymns which you can listen to on YouTube as you follow the service:

Hundreds and thousands
The wise man built his house upon the rock
Peruvian Gloria
More precious than silver
And can it be
I will offer up my life

3rd Sunday after Trinity, 28th June

Read Click here to read this week’s Sermon
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 45 minutes)

Here are the worship songs, starting with 3 hymns to prepare and praise music as you follow the Liturgy:

Brother, sister, let me serve you
Help us to help each other, Lord
Great is thy faithfulness

Faithful one
What a friend we have in Jesus
Lord, I need you
Wonderful grace
All my hope on God is founded
Jubilate, everybody

4th Sunday after Trinity, 5th July

Read Service Details and this week’s Sermon
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 43 minutes)

Here are the worship songs as you follow the Liturgy:

10,000 reasons (Bless the Lord, o my soul )
My God is so big, so strong and so mighty
Glory to God
Who is there like you?
I heard the voice of Jesus say
Wonderful grace

5th Sunday after Trinity, 12th July

Read Download and read the Liturgy, this week’s Service Details and Sermon.
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 43 minutes)

Here are this week’s worship songs, starting with 3 hymns to prepare and praise music as you follow the Liturgy:

We plough the fields and scatter
Father of Heaven, whose love profound
And can it be that I should gain

Here is love, vast as the ocean
I have decided to follow Jesus
I am a new creation
Thy word is a lamp unto my feet
May the mind of Christ, my Saviour
There is a Redeemer

Sunday Virtual Service, 19th July

Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 38 minutes)

Here are this week’s worship songs as you follow the Liturgy:

Jubilate
We want to see Jesus lifted high
Glory to God
Abba, Father
O God of Bethel
His love endures forever

Sunday Virtual Service, 26th July

Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 42 minutes)

Here are this week’s worship songs, starting with 3 hymns to prepare and praise music as you follow the Liturgy:

And now, O Father, mindful of the love
O love that wilt not let me go
Hail the day that sees him rise

I will worship
Peace like a river
Nada te turbe / Nothing can trouble
Spirit of the living God
Soldiers of Christ, arise
The Lord bless you and keep you
The Lord bless you and keep you (kids’ version)

Sunday Virtual Service, 2nd August

Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 32 minutes)

Here are this week’s worship songs as you follow the Liturgy:

Come, now is the time to worship
My God is so big
Peruvian Gloria
To be in your presence
Amazing grace
I’ll go in the strength of the Lord

Sunday Virtual Service, 9th August

Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 38 minutes)

Here are this week’s worship songs, starting with 3 hymns to prepare and praise music as you follow the Liturgy:

Eternal Father, strong to save
Jesu, lover of my soul
In the cross of Christ I glory

His love endures forever
Be bold, be strong
Oceans (Where feet may fail)
Thy word
Eternal Father, strong to save
Jesus is Lord! Creation’s voice proclaims it

Sunday Virtual Service, 16th August

Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 38 minutes)

Here are this week’s worship songs as you follow the Liturgy:

Here is love, vast as the ocean
God’s not dead
Gloria, gloria (Taize)
Oh the mercy of God
Be still my soul
Is he worthy?

Sunday Virtual Service, 23rd August

Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 44 minutes)

Here are this week’s worship songs, starting with 3 hymns to prepare and praise music as you follow the Liturgy:

Firmly I believe and truly
Take my life and let it be
Lord, for the years

My Jesus, my saviour
Jesus’ love is very wonderful
Refiner’s fire
You are the king of glory
Brother, sister, let me serve you
Yes and Amen

Sunday Virtual Service, 30th August

Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 37 minutes)

Here are this week’s worship songs as you follow the Liturgy:

This is the day that the Lord has made
Who’s the King of the jungle?
Glory to God
Holy ground
He who would valiant be
I’ll go in the strength of the Lord

Sunday Virtual Service, 6th September

Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 41 minutes)

Here are this week’s worship songs as you follow the Liturgy:

10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord, o my soul )
He’s got the whole world in his hands
Gloria (Taize)
Let there be love shared among us
Brother, sister, let me serve you
When I needed a neighbour

Sunday Virtual Service, 13th September

Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet and this week’s Sermon
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 40 minutes)

Here are this week’s worship songs, starting with 3 hymns to prepare and praise music as you follow the Liturgy:

God of mercy, God of grace
Brother, sister, let me serve you
Come, ye faithful, raise the strain

Come, now is the time to worship
Whether you’re one
Wonderful grace
He is Lord
Thy hand, O God, has guided
In my life, Lord, be glorified

Sunday Virtual Service, 20th September

Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet and Sermon
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 34 minutes)

Here are this week’s worship songs as you follow the Liturgy:

How wonderful, how glorious
Amazing grace
Peruvian Gloria
Guide me, o thou great redeemer
You shall go out with joy

Sunday Virtual Service, 27th September

Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet and Sermon
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 38 minutes)

Here are this week’s worship songs, starting with 3 hymns to prepare and praise music as you follow the Liturgy:

At the name of Jesus
May the mind of Christ, my Saviour
Praise to the holiest in the height

You are the sovereign ‘I Am’
Jesus loves me
Who is there like you
In my life, Lord, be glorified
Father, hear the prayer we offer
My Jesus, my Saviour

Sunday Virtual Service, 4th October

Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 47 minutes)

Here are this week’s worship songs as you follow the Liturgy:

Jesus is Lord
Our God is a great big God
Living hope
Wonderful grace
Amazing grace
Cornerstone

Sunday Virtual Service, 11th October
The business portion of the Annual Church Meeting (ACM), postponed from April 2020, was held as part of this service. A Meeting of Parishioners will take place in January 2021 to discuss church life issues. We hope that we will be back to having our normal ACM in April 2021.

Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 42 minutes)

Here are this week’s worship songs, starting with 3 hymns to prepare, and praise music as you follow the Liturgy:

I, the Lord of sea and sky
In the Lord I’ll be ever thankful
Thy hand, O God, has guided

Jesus, hope of the nations
He’s got the whole world in his hands
I heard the voice of Jesus say
Be still for the presence of the Lord
Christ’s is the world
The Lord bless you and keep you

Sunday Virtual Service, 18th October

Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around 38 minutes)

Here are this week’s worship songs as you follow the video:

Abba, Father
Christ the Saviour, Son of the Father, grant us peace (Taize)

 

Please note that:

  • Safeguarding Training is postponed.
  • Potlucks are cancelled.
  • The First Communion Preparation group will not be meeting, but Jennie and Ed are working on alternatives.
  • Breakfast foods for the Salvation Army: please contact us to determine the best way to drop donations off at church.

I know there is a lot of prayer going on, and my prayer is that the peace of Christ might truly reign in your hearts.

Prayers during the coronavirus outbreak
Click here to view or download this collection of prayers from the Church of England for use at this challenging time in our lives.

The following message (in Spanish) is from Revd Dani Sanchez of our fellow Anglican IERE church in Sabadell:

Queridos hermanos,

Después de algunas conversaciones que he tenido esta semana sobre la epidemia de coronavirus, si alguno de vosotros está preocupado o angustiado y siente que necesita hablar y/o orar, me ofrezco para ello. Podéis mandarme un mensaje al 651374330 y buscaremos el momento más adecuado.

Si no estás preocupado o angustiado, puedes ayudar a personas que si lo estén, orando con ellas, animándoles a confiar en Dios y recordándoles las medidas preventivas que las autoridades sanitarias (canalsalut.gencat.cat) difunden:

  • higiene frecuente de manos con agua y jabón o con soluciones alcohólicas 70%
  • utilizar pañuelos de un solo uso y toser/estornudar tapándose la boca
  • no compartir vasos o cubiertos sin limpiarlos
  • evitar el contacto cercano con personas que tengan síntomas de enfermedades respiratorias agudas como tos, estornudos, etc.

Hay otras medidas recomendadas para las celebraciones litúrgicas, que consisten en guardar una distancia prudencial con otras personas y no celebrar ritos que impliquen contacto, como el rito de la paz.

Otra forma en que podemos ayudar es no reenviando, ni comentando, mensajes que no provengan de fuentes autorizadas, que en nuestro entorno son: Ajuntament de Sabadell, Generalitat de Catalunya, Gobierno de España y Organización Mundial de la Salud.

Por último, es importantísimo no perder los tres sentidos más importantes: el sentido de la responsabilidad, el sentido común y el sentido del humor.

¡Bendiciones!

And this from our Bishops Robert and David:

These are troubling times. We are sincerely grateful to our clergy and lay officers for sustaining church life and bearing their parishioners’ anxieties as well as their own. We are aware of the plight of those who have to self-isolate and those facing restrictions on movement. We are greatly encouraged by clergy who are responding to the virus in imaginative ways and working constructively with their church councils in planning for an uncertain context over the coming weeks. The pastoral work and community leadership of you our beloved clergy is especially needed in difficult times.

It was times of hardship and exile that gave rise to the Psalter among the ancient People of Israel. You may wish to commend these ancient hymns as daily support for our faithful as we seek to put our trust in God.

We close with a prayer (with thanks to Exeter Diocese):

Keep us, Good Lord,

under the shadow of your mercy

in this time of uncertainty and distress.

Sustain and support the anxious and fearful,

and lift up all who are brought low;

that we may rejoice in your comfort

knowing that nothing can separate us

from your love

in Christ Jesus our Lord.

 

The Church of England publishes guidance to all clergy and congregations here.

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