Virtual Church: Thursday, April 1 – MAUNDY THURSDAY SERVICE

Maundy Thursday Service - April 1, 2021

 

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Throughout These Lenten Days and Nights

Throughout these Lenten days and nights
we turn to walk the inward way,
where, meeting Christ, our guided light,
we live in hope til Easter day.

The pilgrim Christ, the Lamb of God,
who found in weakness greater power,
embraces us, though lost and flawed,
and leads us to His rising hour.

And though the road is hard and steep,
the Spirit ever calls us on
through Calvary’s dying, dark and deep,
until we see the coming dawn.

(Words: James Gertmenian, © Hope Publishing Co., Music: Psalmody in Miniature, Public Domain. As printed in the Presbyterian Church in Canada’s Book of Praise © 1996.
Church CCLI #2458953)

Jesu, Jesu, Fill Us With Your Love

Jesu, Jesu, fill us with Your love;
show us how to serve
the neighbours we have from You.
Kneels at the feet of His friends,
silently washes their feet,
master who acts as a slave to them.

Jesu, Jesu,fill us with Your love;
show us how to serve
the neighbours we have from You.
Neighbours are rich and poor,
varied in colour and race;
neighbours are near and far away.

Jesu, Jesu,fill us with Your love;
show us how to serve
the neighbours we have from You.
These are the ones we should serve;
these are the ones we should love;
all these are neighbours to us and You.

Jesu, Jesu, fill us with Your love;
show us how to serve
the neighbours we have from You.
Kneel at the feet of our friends,
silently washing their feet;
this is the way we should live with You.

Jesu, Jesu, fill us with Your love;
show us how to serve
the neighbours we have from You.

(Words: Tom Colvin. Music: Ghanan Folk Melody, arrangement Jane Marshall, adaptation Tom Colvin. Words: © Hope Publishing Co., Music: Adaptation © 1969, this arrangement © 1982 by Hope Publishing Co. As printed in the Presbyterian Church in Canada’s Book of Praise © 1996. Church CCLI #2458953)

My Song is Love Unknown

My song is love unknown,
my Saviour’s love to me,
love to the loveless shown,
that they might lovely be.
Oh who am I that for my sake
my Lord should take frail flesh and die?

He came from his blest throne
salvation to bestow,
but we made strange, and none
the longed-for Christ would know.
But oh, my Friend, my Friend indeed,
who at my need His life did spend.

Here might I stay and sing,
no story so divine;
never was love, dear King,
never was grief like thine.
This is my friend in whose sweet praise
I all my days could gladly spend.

(Words: Samuel Crossman, Public Domain; Music: John Ireland, ©The John Ireland Trust. As printed in the Presbyterian Church in Canada’s Book of Praise © 1996. Church CCLI #2458953)