St Mary's Church, Beverley

making disciples

The Band @ 11.15 am

A band leads the worship on a Sunday morning and has both adult and young people as its members. The music tends to be contemporary and lively.

Here is a list of music for 11.15 services and the Praise Services

Sunday 2nd September 2018 (Communion)   

Mark 7.1-8 –Does it matter?

Come, now is the time to worship

I’m gonna jump up and down

Purify my heart

When the music fades

And can it be


Sunday 9th September 2018  

Mark 7.24-37    – ‘Taking notice’ / Baptism in hall (Aimee)

There is power in the name of Jesus

God suit on

Be still, for the presence of the Lord

In Christ alone

O Lord my God (How great thou art)


Sunday 16th September 2018         

Mark 8.27-38 – ‘Who do you say I am?’

There is a redeemer

Who is the king of the jungle

We bow down

King of kings, majesty

What a beautiful name it is


Sunday 23rd September 2018    

Baptism in church (Nathaniel & Alexandra)/ Harvest service

Great is thy faithfulness

This little light of mine

The Lord’s my shepherd (Townend)

O God, you search me and your know me

From the highest of heights (Indescribable)


Sunday 30th September 2018   

Mark 9.38-50 –   ‘God unlimited’

Love comes down

Wide and long and high and deep

Sweetly broken

Christ alone, cornerstone

Better is one day


Sunday 7th October 2018 (Communion) 

‘Love and blessing’ – Mark 10.2-16

Lord, I come to you

Wide, wide as the ocean

The Father’s song

Purify my heart

Blessed be your name

[NB. Start rehearsing ‘What can I say’]


Sunday 14th October 2018      

Mark 10.17-31 – ‘Unexpected answers’

There is a redeemer

Shine

All I once held dear

When the music fades

Everyone needs compassion


Sunday 21st October 2018                                                          

Mark 10.35-45 –   ‘Power games’

Jesus, lover of my soul

Don’t build your house on the sandy land

We bow down

What can I say

Who is like you (O for 1000 tongues)


Sunday 28th October 2018                                                            

Mark 10.46-52 – ‘Unconventional discipleship’

Strength will rise

I got peace like a river

I will offer up my heart

Open the eyes of my heart

This is amazing grace

  1. Also use ‘O Lord, your tenderness’ for prayers/reflection

Sunday 4th November 2018 (Communion)

Mark 12.28-34- ‘Listen’

Come, now is the time to worship

For God so loved the world

One thing remains

How deep the Father’s love for us

Be thou my vision


 

Sunday 11th November 2018                                                      

Mark 12.38-44 – ‘Giving what we have

I will worship

My lighthouse

Lord, I come to you

Thank you for saving me

When I was lost (new song)


Sunday 18th November 2018  

Mark 13.1-8 – Destruction of the temple

Days of Elijah

Our God is a great big God

I believe in Jesus

I see the king of glory

Blessed be your name


Sunday 25th November                                                            

John 18.33-37   Christ the King

Strength will rise

So amazing God

King of kings

How many kings

He is the Lord (show your power)



Previous music choices


3rd June- 2 Corinthians 4.5-12 

Paul insists that he proclaims not himself, but Jesus Christ, who reveals to us the glory of God. Our role is to help others see Jesus by the way we live.

Light of the world
So amazing God
I believe in Jesus
This is amazing grace
Come set your rule and reign


10th June- 2 Corinthians 4.5-12 
Paul insists that he proclaims not himself, but Jesus Christ, who reveals to us the glory of God. Our role is to help others see Jesus by the way we live.

One thing remains
The lighthouse song
Amazing Grace
Better is one day in your courts** –  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndVRcqziKWA
Jesus lover of my soul


 
17th June – 2 Corinthians 4.13-5.1
In the face of suffering and persecution, Paul encourages the Christians in Corinth never to lose heart and always to praise and trust God. He reminds them that this life is a preparation for the eternal glory of heaven.

Lost in wonder
Wide and long and high and deep
Who is there like you?
I will worship
Better is one day in your courts** – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndVRcqziKWA


24th June 2018 – 2 Corinthians 5.6-17

Paul says that our aim should always be to please the Lord, in this life and the next. Christ died for us, and we should die to the ways of the world for him. In Christ, we are a new creation.

How deep the Fathers love for us
I’ve got peace like a river
There is a redeemer
The Father’s song
He is the Lord and he reigns on high


30th June 2018 – 2 Corinthians 6.1-13

Paul tells the Corinthians that they are Gods servants and co-workers. Paul’s sufferings as a Christian should bind the church community together, not drive it apart.

Blessed be your name
The fruit of the Spirit’s not a coconut
Thank you for saving me
I will offer up my life
Men of faith


1st July 2018 -2 Corinthians 8.7-15

Paul urges the Corinthian Christians to complete their generous undertaking to support poor Christians in Jerusalem. He says that to be generous is to have the mind of Christ, who became poor to make us rich.

Love comes down (I’m searching for a King)
Take these things see https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SXBr5W27pao
King of Kings
My Jesus, my saviour
How deep the Father’s love for us


8th July 18 2 Corinthians 12.2-10

Paul writes about being ‘caught up into Paradise’, but declines to boast about it. Instead he focuses on his ‘thorn in the flesh’ because it makes him boast only about his weaknesses, so that the power of Christ may dwell in him.

Bless the Lord, O my soul
Our God is a great big God
Faithful one so unchanging
Christ alone, Cornerstone
There is power in the name of Jesus

In preparation for the 15th July at end play:

Sweetly Broken by Jeremy Riddle see –https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5AZlmOP-7tI

 


15 July 18 – Ephesians 1.3-14 (BLw not available)
Paul writes of God’s plans for the whole of creation and, against that background, of the inheritance or destiny of those who have set their hope on Christ. They are the adopted children of God

I see the king of glory
Take these things see https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SXBr5W27pao
Over all the earth
Sweetly Broken by Jeremy Riddle https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5AZlmOP-7tI
How great is our God