Our service on Sunday, 19th April comes from Clough Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church and encompasses, among other things, in different ways: the Mountains of Mourne; the Church’s cherry blossom tree; a bagpipe duet; a nineteenth-century Unitarian minister in Wandsworth, London and sometime editor of the Inquirer; George Herbert, Anglican clergyman and poet; the book of Proverbs, and much more.
At times we cannot be at the thing we would; yet there’s a good thing to do.
Recorded Service at Clough Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church, county Down, Northern Ireland
Sunday, 19th April 2020
Minister: Rev Dr David Steers
Organist: Alfie McClelland
Bagpipes: Robert Neill & Laura Neill
Reading: Proverbs ch.13 v.14-21.
The hymns played are:
‘Immortal, invisible, God only wise’
Hymns of Faith and Freedom No. 30
‘Fight the good fight with all thy might’
Hymns of Faith and Freedom No. 198
‘Amazing Grace’ (bagpipes)
When every day is pretty much like any other it is important to remember which day is Sunday. We need to keep one day special, to punctuate our week with prayer and meditation.
God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth.
John ch.4 v.24 NRSV
Pink Moon on 8th April 2020.