Up Holland and Dalton Parish
On this page you will see the most recent online video service to support you in continued worship.
NOTE: as from 23 March 2020, we are unable to open church and are therefore bringing services to you online. The most recent video can be found at the top of this page. Click on the image to follow the service; there is also a downloadable copy of the transcript / service sheet available for you to follow along.
The videos are hosted on YouTube, so you can share the link with others. Closed captions are available for the deaf or hard of hearing, and previous services and videos are available via the Parish YouTube playlist.
We have included some hymns for you to sing along with. They are not included in the service itself but are found below the service video on this page - the words are on screen for you to sing along along. We will provide a different set each week, ones which would have appeared in the live service.
5th Sunday after Trinity: 12 July 2020
Click on the video link to watch the 32 minute service. Click on the PDF link for the service sheet, although words of response are included on screen.
This Sunday also saw us return to live services, following a socially distant format. We shall continue to produce pre-recorded, high-quality online services as shown above until the end of August. This will give us time to practice the filming and, where possible, streaming of our live services. The first one can be watched below, filmed at Christ the Servant. It was lovely to see sun through the roof, but it did cause a few focusing and lighting issues - more practice required, but lovely to be back!
We thought you would also appreciate seeing this video of a lovely song, written and performed by two of Up Holland High School's teachers, James Lyon (piano) and Michaela Whinnett (vocal).
It also features backing vocals from Amelie Galbraith, the granddaughter of own very own Helen Foster.
The message through the song is of faith, strength and hope that our wonderful key workers are showing everyday.
'Only in the darkness can you see the stars.'