5th Sunday after Pentecost
Leader: Colin Macneill
Organist: Iain Mackinnon
Welcome and Intimations
Call to Worship
O Lord, open our lips
And our mouths shall declare your praise
O Lord, open our eyes
That we may behold your presence
O Lord, open our ears
That we may hear your call
O Lord, open our hearts
That we may respond to your love
O Lord, open our lives
That your love may flow through
Hymn 132 Immortal, invisible, God only wise
Prayer of Approach ending with Lord’s Prayer (said by all)
Hymn 154 O Lord my God (How Great Thou Art)
Scripture Readings: Psalm 82 and Luke 10: 25-37 – Beryl Curlett
Hymn 485 Dear Lord and Father of mankind
Spoken Doxology (Hymn 816)
Now to him who loved us, gave us
every pledge that love could give,
freely shed his blood to save us,
gave his life that we might live,
be the kingdom, power and glory
and thanksgiving evermore.
Dedication of the Offering
Prayers for the World
Hymn 536 May the mind of Christ my Saviour
Benediction and Threefold Amen
Closing Voluntary – Fugue in B flat. Johann Kirnberger (1721-1783)
Picture: The Good Samaritan, from Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, TN.
Sunday Services – We are pleased to welcome Colin Macneill from Newhaven Church to lead our worship today.
Next Sunday, 19 July, will be our next joint service at Newhaven at 10.30.
Leith Churches Holiday Club – Thanks to all who helped in any way this past week.
Leith Churches Together Lunchtime service – The next lunchtime service takes place this coming Thursday, 14 July, at St. James’ Episcopal church at Leith Links at 1pm. All welcome. Remember to bring your own food for lunch after the service.
Fresh Start – Starter Packs – There has been a big increase in demand for starter packs due to the Ukrainian war. Over 120 packs/week are currently being issued.
Stocks are low on frying pans and pots & pans in good condition; double bed sheets; toiletries (toothbrushes and toothpaste); kitchen utensils; household cleaning products; screw-in light bulbs for lamps.
If you can help, please bring goods to the church or speak to Ellen Lowe.