From this Sunday there will be a service at 10.30am at both St Cuthbert’s Haydon Bridge and All Hallows’ Henshaw alternating each week between a Benefice Eucharist and said service of Morning Prayer. We hope that this regularity will help those who would like to come to Church after a break or for the first time.
This Sunday we will worship at:

9am: Morning Prayer with Hymns and Reflection: Streamed on
10.30am: Said Morning Prayer followed by time for Private Prayer: All Hallows’ Henshaw
10.30am: Benefice Eucharist: St Cuthbert’s Haydon Bridge

Hymns, Reading and Resources for worship
at the 9am online service,
using our  regular pattern of Morning Prayer

Ye servants of the Lord,
    each in his office wait,
observant of his heavenly word,
    and watchful at his gate.

Let all your lamps be bright,
    and trim the golden flame;
gird up your loins as in his sight,
    for aweful is his name.

Watch!'tis your Lord's command,
    and while we speak, he's near;
mark the first signal of his hand,
    and ready all appear.

O happy servant he
    in such a posture found!
he shall his Lord with rapture see,
    and be with honour crowned.

Christ shall the banquet spread
    with his own royal hand,
and raise that faithful servant's head
    amid the angelic band.
Words: Philip Doddridge (1702–1751)
Ezekiel 33: 7-11
So you, mortal, I have made a sentinel for the house of Israel; whenever you hear a word from my mouth, you shall give them warning from me. If I say to the wicked, “O wicked ones, you shall surely die,” and you do not speak to warn the wicked to turn from their ways, the wicked shall die in their iniquity, but their blood I will require at your hand. But if you warn the wicked to turn from their ways, and they do not turn from their ways, the wicked shall die in their iniquity, but you will have saved your life. Now you, mortal, say to the house of Israel, Thus you have said: “Our transgressions and our sins weigh upon us, and we waste away because of them; how then can we live?” Say to them, As I live, says the Lord God, I have no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but that the wicked turn from their ways and live; turn back, turn back from your evil ways; for why will you die, O house of Israel?
The Benedictus 

Bless the Lord, the God of Israel,

who has come to set us free.
He has raised for us a Saviour
sprung from royal David’s tree.
Through his prophets God had spoken
of the hope the Christ would bring;
of his faithfulness and mercy
let each generation sing.
Long ago God made a promise
he would set his people free,
that in all our life and worship
we might know true liberty,
to be holy, to be righteous
in his sight throughout our days;
now this child will be a herald
making ready all God’s ways.
Let all people know salvation
through forgiveness of their sin,
as our God in his compassion
bids a shining dawn begin.
So may all who dwell in darkness
see the shadows disappear
while he guides our feet in pathways
where his peace is ever near.
To the Father be all glory
with the Spirit and the Son,
as it was, is now and shall be
while eternal ages run.
Words: Anne Harrison

Jesus, where'er thy people meet,
            there they behold thy mercy-seat;
where'er they seek thee thou art found,
            and every place is hallowed ground.

For thou, within no walls confined,
            inhabitest the humble mind;
such ever bring thee when they come,
            and, going, take thee to their home.

Dear Shepherd of thy chosen few,
            thy former mercies here renew;
here to our waiting hearts proclaim
            the sweetness of thy saving name.

Here may we prove the power of prayer
            to strengthen faith and sweeten care,
to teach our faint desires to rise,
            and bring all heaven before our eyes.

Lord, we are few, but thou art near;
            nor short thine arm, nor deaf thine ear:
O rend the heavens, come quickly down,
            and make a thousand hearts thine own!

Words: William Cowper (1731–1800)

Collect for Thirteenth Sunday of Trinity
Almighty God,
you search us and know us:
may we rely on you in strength
and rest on you in weakness,
now and in all our days;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Copyright: Common Worship © The Archbishops' Council  © The Archbishops' Council 2000;
Scripture quotations are from New Revised Standard Version Bible: Anglicized Edition, copyright © 1989, 1995 National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America. 
Used by permission. All rights reserved worldwide.
Hymns are reproduced under CCLI: 938092 and CCLI Streaming Licence 1001311