Virtual Worship 
Sunday, May 24, 2020

{The Seventh Sunday of Easter}

Welcome!  We are delighted that you have chosen to join us for our tenth week of virtual worship. 

ZOOM COFFEE HOUR: 11:00am on Sunday
We are excited to offer a virtual coffee hour again this week. It was lovely to see so

many of you last Sunday. For more information click here ...... or on the coffee cup.

                        Zoom Morning Prayer ~ Wednesdays at 8:30 am


                        Zoom Compline or Evening Prayer ~ Thursdays at 7:00 pm

                          ** Click here for more information on Morning & Evening Prayer & Compline




Worship with Bishop Rob:
Bishop Rob will be offering a service at 10:00am each Sunday. These services are held via Zoom and also live-streamed on the Diocesan YouTube channel. Click here for all the details.

Check out the Diocesan webpage on COVID-19—wonderful resources and ideas!

Prelude | Improvisation on Come thou fount -  Jim Roan  {to listen click the white arrow below}

Hymn # 216| Hail thee, festival day {to listen click the white arrow below}

St. John’s, Detroit; the guy in the mitre (bishop’s hat) is George Carey, the 103rd Archbishop of Canterbury.

The First Lesson 
{to listen click the black arrow below}

First Lesson | 5:24Read by Paul Liater
00:00 / 02:20

The Psalm 
{to listen click the black arrow below}

Psalm | 5:24Read by Jody Flescher
00:00 / 02:23

The Second Lesson 
{to listen click the black arrow below}

Second LessonRead by Alice Claflin
00:00 / 01:53

Gospel Hymn| We have been told, by David Haas  -  Jim Roan 
{to listen click the white arrow below}

The Gospel according to John

Gospel 5:24Read by Paul Higginson
00:00 / 01:48

Sermon - Deacon Paul Higginson {to view click the white arrow below}

The Prayers of the People {to listen click the black arrow below}

POPs 5:24Read by Lisa Beausoleil
00:00 / 03:50

The Lord's Prayer   **click here **

And now for something totally different….a rather grainy video of John Denver teaching the Lord’s Prayer in western native sign language taught to him by a Native American friend. It’s funny and amusing, but the explanation of the signs actually helps illumine the meaning!

Hymn # 494 | Crown him with many crowns  {to view click the white arrow below}

At the 50th Coronation Anniversary of HRM Queen Elizabeth II. Note the humility implied by Christian monarchs in singing verse 4: “Crown him of lords the Lord, who over all doth reign…”

The Dismissal  {to listen click the white arrow below}

Postlude - Jim Roan {to listen click the white arrow below}

Extra Credit {to listen click the white arrow below}

As website editor I seized the opportunity to share another version of The Blessing. I loved The UK Blessing last week and wanted to share this version from Hawai'i.    Sheelagh

For the young (& young at heart) people in your life {to watch click the white arrow below}

Memorial Day Coloring Page {click the image below for a printable PDF}

All Saints' is proud to be a parish in the Diocese of New Hampshire, under the leadership of
the Rt. Rev. A. Robert Hirschfeld. He is in our prayers, as we are in his.
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