A meditation led by the Reverend Catherine Haynes, the fourth part in the series “The Longest Journey”
Billy and Rhiannon read the Palm Sunday story.
This week’s Monmouth Praise is introduced by the Revd Tim Dack and features Barbara Bell on Italian Renaissance Art and the representation of The Empty Tomb on Easter Day.
There are details of Holy Week services; a Communion Poem; Home Communion led by the Revd Karen Dack and a request for feedback and suggestions on the future of our online worship and church news.
A meditation led by the Reverend Catherine Haynes. Part 1: The longest Journey.
The Reverend Catherine Haynes leads a meditation on the theme “The Longest Journey – Part2”.
See also Meditation for Monday in Holy Week
Readings, sermon and prayers from St Thomas’ Overmonnow, led by Bishop Dominic Walker with Robert Jones on the organ
The Revd Tim Dack introduces this week’s Monmouth Praise, which includes news from Tŷ Price Hall from Steve Martin and Kim Tabb, and “Faith in Art” with Barbara Bell considering pictures of the Crucifixion. As usual, we also have praise and worship, featuring a different version of the hymn, Love divine, from the “Singing Vicar.”
Rev’d Cahterine Haynes will lead a livestream service via her Facebook page from 11am on Sunday.
The week we have the third in the series of Faith in Art articles by Barbara Bell and a Reflection for Lent, The Wilderness- A Place of Choices by Jenny Joice