St Mary's Church, Marshalswick

St Mary's is an Open Church - Open to God, Open to You

Sunday 23 May 2021      PENTECOST

St Mary's Parish Communion -   The Parish Communion service will be held twice in church  - at 9.00am and 10.30am.  We will continue to film and upload (unedited) the 9.00am service.  Please note that we have almost reached capacity for the 10.30am service but there are several seats available for the 9.00am service. Please contact a churchwarden if you wish to attend a Parish Communion Service (and are not already on our regular Sunday list)

Below is an unedited version of the 9.00 am service in church with the Revd Canon Dr Ruth Goatly as President and Preacher and Paul Wiggins, our Reader, as deacon.  

The congregational words are not on the screen but here is St Mary's Easter season service booklet.    

There are hymns (sung by the St Martin's Voices) to listen to at the start and end of the service as, sadly, we cannot yet sing out loud in church  and our organist will also play during the service.  If  you are watching online and would like to join in singing the hymns at home, the words can be found here.

See this week's Pewsheet for the Collect and readings for the service, notices and the parish prayer list.

Watch from the viewer below or Watch on YouTube  -  Sunday from 10.30am

Apologies - We regret that the sound is not clear at times - there was a problem with a microphone which could not be fixed during the service

  St Albans Cathedral - from 11.15 am 

 Church of England - from 9.00 am

The events surrounding Pentecost were clearly amazing and perplexing, after all seeing the Holy Spirit come in this way was an extraordinary experience. Seeing God at work, or sensing his presence in our lives can leave us wondering ‘what does all this mean?’.

Join us as we celebrate the Day of Pentecost, or Whit Sunday.  Our worship is led by the Archbishop of York in York Minster, for this special service with Thy Kingdom Come.

Use video player below or Watch on YouTube

 Use video player below or Watch on YouTube

Link to Cathedral website

 There is also a link  to this and other services from the Church of England media webpage 

Check out the Diocesan website for other material

For links to other local churches and sources for services go to Other Ways to Worship

For the full text of Morning, Evening and Night Prayer plus Prayer during the Day

go to Daily Prayer  on the Church of England website (scroll down that page).