Sunday 30 April, 2017

3rd Sunday of Easter

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Hymns marked with an asterisk (*) are suggested for more than one reading

Acts 2: 14a, 36-41

Almighty God, we come to make confession (StF 419)
Baptise us with your Spirit (StF 369)
Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine (StF 548)
I’ve come to wash my soul in the living water (StF 428)
Jesus is Lord! Creation’s voice proclaims it (StF 353)
To the river, I am going (StF 541)
We have a gospel to proclaim (StF 418)

Psalm 116: 1-4, 12-19

Hymns echoing the psalmist’s theme

I will offer up my life (StF 446)
King of glory, King of Peace (StF 56)
O God, what offering shall I give (StF 562)
Sing of the Lord’s goodness, Father of all wisdom (StF 65)
You give rest to the weary (StF 657)

1 Peter 1: 17-23

Behold the Lamb of God (StF 234)
Come, thou fount of every blessing (StF 494)
Father, whose everlasting love (StF 320)
Man of sorrows! What a name for the Son of God (StF 361)
Only by grace can we enter (StF 565)
The Church’s one foundation is Jesus Christ her Lord (StF 690)
Victim divine, thy grace we claim (StF 600)
With gladness we worship (StF 17)

Luke 24: 13-35

Abide with me; fast falls the eventide (StF 141)
Be known to us in breaking bread (StF 573)
Before I take the body of the Lord (StF 575)
Bread is blessed and broken (StF 576)
Christ has risen while earth slumbers (StF 296)
Come, let us sing of a wonderful love (StF 443)
Come, Lord, be our guest (StF 580)
First of the week and finest day (StF 149)
Food to pilgrims given, food upon the way (StF 584)
From the breaking of the dawn (StF 156)
God who knows our darkest moments (website only)
In the darkness of the still night (StF 109)
Jesus, stand among us at the meeting of our lives (StF 30)
Listening God, you hear us when we cannot speak (StF 524)
Lord Jesus Christ, you have come to us (StF 594)
O thou who this mysterious bread did in Emmaus break (StF 597)
On the day of resurrection (StF 307)
On the journey to Emmaus with our hearts cold as stone (StF 308)
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