The First Sunday after Trinity 14th June 2020

Order of Service

The Crags of Tumbledown
The Pipes and Drums of The Second Battalion Scots  Guards

Introduction from the River Tay: opposite Scone Palace

The Call to Worship from Psalm 121 : King James Version 

The Twenty-Third Psalm 23 : Tune Wiltshire

Prayers of Adoration and Confession 
concluding with [in unison]
Almighty God, you have given us grace and love we could never earn. You sent your Son to save us but so often we turn away. We look to the world for our worth and turn to selfishness and pride, rather than to you. Forgive us, O Lord. Turn our hearts to you and fill us with your living water. Let us choose love, humility, and patience as we serve you here on earth. In the name of Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.

Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world,
have mercy upon us.
Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world,
have mercy upon us.
Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world,
grant us Thy peace.

Assurance of Forgiveness

Liam Bonthrone sings and leads us in the Lord’s Prayer

The First Lesson : Psalm 100  
The Countess of Mansfield

Hymn : O Lord, hear my prayer :

Taizé chant: Sung twice

The Epistle : Romans Chapter 5 verses 1 – 8 
Jo Young : St John’s

Hymn 184 v 1 and 5 - Sing to the Lord a joyful song

The Gospel : St Matthew Chapter 9 v 35 – Ch 10 v 8
Willie Coupar :  St Leonard’s in the Fields

Flying Free
Words and Music by Don Besig
Howard Duthie, Rachel Penny, Tia Steele, Laura Young,

Kenneth MacIver and Liam Bonthrone

The Sermon

Prayers

Families by the Tay

Come and be with us on Mid-Summer’s Day next Sunday!

Hymn 646 in CH3 - The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended

The Collect of the Scots Guards

Closing words and The Benediction