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Hello everyone! Music plays an important part at St Francis – and nowhere more so than in our worship services. Our hymns and songs are chosen each week to reflect the readings from the lectionary, especially the Gospel reading. This means that the words are chosen to help you worship more meaningfully. However, I am … Continue reading
Each week, the readings chosen from the lectionary and the Sunday in the church’s calendar determine the theme for that particular Sunday. Our words of the hymns we sing are carefully chosen to support that theme. Please click on the picture above to see the hymns we will be singing on Sunday (at the 7.30 … Continue reading
Please click on picture on the left to access the pew leaflet for Sunday 3 May 2015.
The St Francis Singers will tonight put the final touches to their presentation, “Words and music on the Crucifixion of Christ” on Sunday 22 March at 17h00 (5.00 pm). With music from John Stainer’s “The Crucifixion”, the programme promises to be an inspiring way to prepare for Holy Week, which begins with next week’s Palm … Continue reading
This Sunday 22nd February – Lent 1 Sunday Duties: To see if you are on duty click here. Please notify the parish office if you are unable to do a duty. If possible arrange with some else to do your duty but please still notify the parish office. Readings: The lectionary readings for this Sunday 22nd February 2015: Genesis … Continue reading
On Sunday the 15th of February at 5:30pm, organist Kevin Kraak and his selected choristers will sing a truly beautiful evensong. This is an act of worship and serves to help us end one week and start another on a beautiful inspirational note. Don’t miss it!
This Sunday is the festival of our naming saint, St Francis. Always a joyous occasion, it will be celebrated at a combined service starting at 09h00, with a scrumptious breakfast to follow. Leading the singing will be the St Francis Singers, with a choice of hymns and music to suit the occasion. We’ll start off with … Continue reading