Journeying with John to the Cross, Holy Week 2021 – Good Friday

We continue our journey with the Right Reverend Dr Martin Fair, following the words of John’s Gospel throughout Holy Week 2021. The Moderator invites friends to read scripture and pray as he offers a thought for the journey and space for reflection and contemplation with music to help you prayerfully pause and ponder your own journey.

Music includes “Bless the Lord” from the album ’Laudate omnes gentes’ and “Jesus, remember me” from the album ‘Jubilate’, Ateliers et Presses de Taizé, used with permission.

Reflections for Holy Week: Good Friday 2nd April 2021

Rev Dr Kathy Galloway continues her Holy Week reflections.

One of the slaves of the high priest, a relative of the man whose ear Peter had cut off, asked, “Did I not see you in the garden with him?” Again Peter denied it, and at that moment the cock crowed. John 18,26-27

Rev Dr Kathy Galloway has prepared a series of reflections for Holy Week. We thank our friends at Wellington for sharing them with us.

Journeying with John to the Cross, Holy Week 2021 – Maundy Thursday

We continue our journey with the Right Reverend Dr Martin Fair, following the words of John’s Gospel throughout Holy Week 2021. The Moderator invites friends to read scripture and pray as he offers a thought for the journey and space for reflection and contemplation with music to help you prayerfully pause and ponder your own journey.

Music includes “Bless the Lord” from the album ’Laudate omnes gentes’ and “Stay With Me (Bleibet Hier)” from the album ‘Joy on Earth’, Ateliers et Presses de Taizé, used with permission.

Reflections for Holy Week: Maundy Thursday 1st April 2021

REMINDER: Our Interim Moderator Rev Karen Hendry will be hosting a short time of reflection via Zoom, tonight at 7pm (contact Karen for the link to join).   If you wish to take part, please come with something from your kitchen cupboard to be the communion elements, you are allowed to be creative – a cuppa and a choccy biscuit will also suffice.

Rev Dr Kathy Galloway continues her Holy Week reflections.

So if I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also ought to wash one another’s feet.  John 13,14

Rev Dr Kathy Galloway has prepared a series of reflections for Holy Week. We thank our friends at Wellington for sharing them with us.

Journeying with John to the Cross, Holy Week 2021 – Wednesday

We continue our journey with the Right Reverend Dr Martin Fair, following the words of John’s Gospel throughout Holy Week 2021. The Moderator invites friends to read scripture and pray as he offers a thought for the journey and space for reflection and contemplation with music to help you prayerfully pause and ponder your own journey.

Music includes “Bless the Lord” from the album ’Laudate omnes gentes’ and “Agnus Dei – Dona nobis pacem (Grant Us Peace, Lord)” from the album ‘Joy on Earth’, Ateliers et Presses de Taizé, used with permission.

Journeying with John to the Cross, Holy Week 2021 – Tuesday

We continue our journey with the Right Reverend Dr Martin Fair, following the words of John’s Gospel throughout Holy Week 2021. The Moderator invites friends to read scripture and pray as he offers a thought for the journey and space for reflection and contemplation with music to help you prayerfully pause and ponder your own journey.

Music includes “Bless the Lord” from the album ’Laudate omnes gentes’ and “Jesus your light” from the album ‘Jubilate’, Ateliers et Presses de Taizé, used with permission.

Journeying with John to the Cross, Holy Week 2021 – Monday

Join the Moderator of the General Assembly, the Right Reverend Dr Martin Fair as he embarks on a journey with the words of John’s Gospel throughout Holy Week 2021. The Moderator invites friends to read scripture and pray as he offers a thought for the journey and space for reflection and contemplation with music to help you prayerfully pause and ponder your own journey.

Music includes “Bless the Lord” from the album ’Laudate omnes gentes’ and “We Adore You, Lord Jesus Christ (Adoramus te o Christe)” from the album ‘Joy on Earth’, Ateliers et Presses de Taizé, used with permission.