We worship you, Lord, upon your Cross.

Wednesday of Holy Week and two deeply moving communion services. 

The Lord present among us at both.

At lunchtime our midweek Eucharist –  with a meditation on Jesus’ experiences of betrayal and how he went through it.

We heard the words from Isaiah 50 and Psalm 70, set for the day, alongside the betrayal by Judas at the last supper (now is the Son of Man glorified!) and our calling to look to him, the pioneer and perfecter of our faith (Hebrews 12). 

And an evening Taize Eucharist, a small group in candlelight at twilight.  Quiet songs,with gentle repetition to release our meditation and worship. Readings from Psalms, the Gospel and Philippians. Silence and a deep working of the Holy Spirit in the simplicity. 

We worship you, Lord, upon your Cross. 

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