On this page, during the period that normal church activities and services are suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be posting letters, articles and worship information provided by our Minister Revd Anne Lewitt and other contributors. Please click on the links below to open a document.
The second hymn may be unfamiliar; if you would like to hear a recent recording of it posted by Guildford URC, please click on this link:
Alternatively, the words also fit the tune "Lord of the Years" (R&S 603) which may be more familiar
Here is a version of "The Church is wherever .... " with four verses
The final hymn can be sung to several different tunes; this is a link to Tetherdown which we usually have at Trinity - The Kingdom of God
This is the John Bell hymn Anne mentions - Take this moment
Here are links to some of the hymns, including the one Anne mentions at the end:
Here is a link to the second hymn with the tune to which we normally sing it at Trinity called Kingsfold - a traditional English folk tune named after the village to the north of Billingshurst where it was collected by Lucy Broadwood and then arranged by Vaughan Williams. I heard the voice of Jesus say
The final hymn is also sung to a traditional tune - Irish this time - often called the Londonderry Air. I cannot tell why he ....
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