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Shine, Jesus, shine

 

Lord, the light of your love is shining
In the midst of the darkness, shining
Jesus, Light of the world, shine upon us
Set us free by the truth you now bring us
Shine on me, shine on me

Shine, Jesus, shine
Fill this land with the Father's glory
Blaze, Spirit, blaze
Set our hearts on fire
Flow, river, flow
Flood the nations with grace and mercy
Send forth your word
Lord, and let there be light

Lord, I come to your awesome presence
From the shadows into your radiance
By the blood I may enter your brightness
Search me, try me, consume all my darkness
Shine on me, shine on me

Shine, Jesus, shine
Fill this land with the Father's glory
Blaze, Spirit, blaze
Set our hearts on fire
Flow, river, flow
Flood the nations with grace and mercy
Send forth your word
Lord, and let there be light

As we gaze on your kingly brightness
So our faces display your likeness
Ever changing from glory to glory
Mirrored here may our lives tell your story
Shine on me, shine on me

 

Shine, Jesus, shine
Fill this land with the Father's glory
Blaze, Spirit, blaze
Set our hearts on fire
Flow, river, flow
Flood the nations with grace and mercy
Send forth your word
Lord, and let there be light

 

 

 

Palm Sunday

 

Dear all,

 
In RE in year 2 this term we have been looking at Salvation and the question: Why does Easter matter to Christians? We began to look at the stories from the Bible which made up the Easter story.
 
This Sunday marks Palm Sunday – the day on which Jesus rode a donkey into Jerusalem like a King. We discussed our thoughts on whether Jesus was a king, and a king to and for whom. Here is a video link to remind you of the story:
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTmbTuutBgg
 
Churches across the nation are closed, however perhaps we can join some of the virtual celebrations.
 
The Missionaries of the Holy Spirit posted this idea on their Facebook page:
 
"What if everyone on Sunday April 5 in the morning, puts a branch on the door of their house or on the window, to celebrate Palm Sunday? It could be any green branch you can get. This would help, despite the social distancing, to be connected as we enter into the Holiest of Weeks. Want to join? We may be physically isolated, but not separated. We are united as the body of Christ. We are the Church."
 
Alternatively, you could make your own. Follow this link:
 
https://mommysnippets.com/paper-palm-crosses/
 
How else could you make a symbol of the cross? Materials? In the garden? I will leave it to your imagination.
 
Take pictures and post them to your teacher on Dojo.
 
We can make a collection of images for the newsletter next week.
 
On Sunday, a popular hymn to be sung is ‘All Glory, Laud and Honour’; here are three links to choose from for you to learn the hymn and join in:
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHLZJBq-cE8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3a8fTTrAdE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2vnmHE-fIA
 
Good luck and I wish you all the very best as we prepare to enter the last week of Lent.
 
Mr Stoner
 
 

 

 

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