CALL TO WORSHIP
Psalm 51

MUSIC: INGLEWOOD PARISH
Curated by Brad Knibbs

Who You Say I Am - Hillsong Worship
Forever Reign - Hillsong Worship
Great Are You Lord - All Sons & Daughters
What a Beautiful Name - Hillsong Worship

MUSIC: KENSINGTON PARISH
Curated by Justina Gendy

Raise a Hallelujah - Bethel Music
Come Thou Fount - Robert Robinson and John Wyeth
How Great Is Your Love - Phil Wickham
King Of My Heart - John Mark McMillan and Sarah McMillan

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WORSHIP ELEMENT
Ancient Prayer

The Christian tradition includes thousands of prayers that inspire our faith and help us to grow.
There is a story about a prayer written by Saint Francis of Assisi. Just two years before he died he climbed a mountain to worship. Saint Francis wrote a blessing on one side of the parchment to Brother Leo, his most loved disciple. On the other side of the parchment he wrote the prayer I will read today. It is a prayer of praise.
And as I read the prayer, I encourage you to take a second to dwell on one part that stands out to you. 

Let’s lift up our hearts to God.

You alone are holy, Lord God, you do wonderful things. 

You are strong. You are great. You are the Most High. 

You are Trinity and Unity, O Lord God, all goodness.

You are good, all good, the supreme good,

Lord God, living and true, 

You are charity and love. You are wisdom.

You are humility. You are patience.

You are serenity. You are peace. 

You are joy and gladness. You are justice and self-restraint. 

You are our wealth, our treasure, and our satisfaction. 

You are beauty. You are mercy. 

You are protector. You are our guardian and defender. 

You are strength. You are refreshment. 

You are our hope. You are our trust. 

You are our delight. You are eternal life,

Great and wondrous Lord,

Almighty God,

Merciful Saviour. 

Amen.