Click here to see Matt’s video for Maundy Thursday, continuing the journey of the Stations of the Cross.
Click here to watch the video continuing the journey through the Stations of the Cross.
Isaiah 50: 4-9a
Hebrews 12: 1-3
John 13: 21-32
click here to watch Matt’s video of the Stations of the Cross along the Via Dolorosa for Tuesday of Holy Week.
Isaiah 49: 1-7
1 Corinthians 1: 18-31
John 12: 20-36
Click here to watch Matt’s video for Monday 6th April looking at The Stations of the Cross along the Via Dolorosa.
Isaiah 42: 1-9
Hebrews 9: 11-15
John 12: 1-11
Click here to view the video of the service that was streamed live on Palm Sunday 2020.
Here are a few links to songs and videos to continue your worship this morning.
We are very lucky to have a special performance by Liz Chappell’s family, recorded for us today to enjoy.
Hymns and Songs and other links for Palm Sunday:
“All glory, laud and hour” – John Wesley – with Lyrics
“Rejoice the Lord is King” – Charles Wesley – BBC Songs of Praise with Lyrics
“Servant King” – by Graham Kendrick – played and sung by the Davies family (Trevor, Katie, Hugh, Toby and Ollie) – Liz and Tony Chappell’s grandsons – Home recorded and for which we are very grateful:
Original – recorded live by Graham Kendrick back in 1996 at Glastonbury Abbey:
“Hosanna” – Reggae version by Christafari
The original song was by Hillsong (2012) with Lyrics:
“10,000 Reasons” by Matt Redman – Live in Times Square, New York
YouTube Audio book version: “The Donkey that no one could ride” read by the author Anthony DeStefano:
Classic Video of Jesus’ Triumphal Entry (from the film “Jesus of Nazareth”):
Inspirational, strong video by young people “Spirit Juice” for young people (not suitable for the very young):
A light-hearted, but well researched look at the importance of Palm Sunday see – The Skit Guys (some of you will perhaps remember them from other videos):
For those of you who love a distinctly Jewish interpretation of Scripture – see Doug Eaton’s interpretation of Palm Sunday, referring to Ezekiel 12 rather than the usual Zechariah 9:9:
Films to watch over Holy Week:
“The Passion” – by the BBC (not to be confused with “The Passion” by Mel Gibson – which is pretty violent). One of the best films to depict the events of Holy Week.
“Jesus of Nazareth” – an epic, and a bit dated now, but Robert Powell as Jesus and Lawrence Olivier as Nicodemus are amazing.
“The Case for Christ” – a true story looking at the life of a reporter who sets out to discover if the resurrection is true.
Isaiah 50: 4-9a
Philippians 2: 5-11
Matthew 26: 14-end of ch 27
Daniel 3: 14-20, 24-25 and 28
John 8: 31-42