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Service for April 24, 2022 (The Second Sunday of Easter)
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The words for this Sunday's hymns are posted below.

Opening Hymn: CP 231
That Eastertide with Joy was Bright
That Eastertide with joy was bright;
the sun shone out with fairer light,
alleluia, alleluia!
when, to their longing eyes restored,
the apostles saw their risen Lord.
Alleluia, alleluia,
alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!

He bade them see his hands, his side,
where yet the glorious wounds abide;
alleluia, alleluia!
the tokens true which made it plain
their Lord indeed was risen again.
Alleluia, alleluia,
alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!

From every weapon death can wield
thine own redeemed forever shield:
alleluia, alleluia!
O Lord of all, with us abide
in this our joyful Eastertide.
Alleluia, alleluia,
alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!

Jesus, the king of gentleness,
do thou thyself our hearts possess,
alleluia, alleluia!
that we may give thee all our days
the tribute of our grateful praise.
Alleluia, alleluia,
alleluia, alleluia, alleluia! 

Gradual Hymn: CP 244
We Walk by Faith, and Not by Sight
We walk by faith and not by sight;
no gracious words we hear
from him who spoke as none e’er spoke;
but we believe him near.

We may not touch his hands and side,
nor follow where he trod;
but in his promise we rejoice,
and cry, “My Lord and God!”

Help then, O Lord, our unbelief;
and may our faith abound,
to call on you when you are near,
and seek where you are found:

that, when our life of faith is done,
in realms of clearer light
we may behold you as you are,
with full and endless sight. 

Offertory Hymn: CP 312
Sing a New Song unto the Lord
Refrain: Sing a new song unto the Lord;
let your song be sung from mountains high.
Sing a new song unto the Lord, singing alleluia.

Yahweh's people dance for joy.
O come before the Lord
and play for him on glad tambourines,
and let your trumpet sound. [Refrain]

Rise, O children, from your sleep
your Saviour now has come.
He has turned your sorrow to joy,
and filled your soul with song. [Refrain]

Glad my soul, for I have seen
the glory of the Lord.
The trumpet sounds; the dead shall be raised.
I know my Saviour lives. [Refrain]

Hymn during Communion: CP 232
Jesus is Risen from the Grave
Jesus is risen from the grave,
Jesus is risen from the grave,
Jesus is risen from the grave.
alleluia.

Jesus was seen by Mary,
Jesus was seen by Mary,
Jesus was seen by Mary,
alleluia.

Peter will soon be smiling,
Peter will soon be smiling,
Peter will soon be smiling,
alleluia.

Thomas will stop his doubting,
Thomas will stop his doubting,
Thomas will stop his doubting,
alleluia.

Jesus will meet his people,
Jesus will meet his people,
Jesus will meet hs people,
alleluia.

Jesus is here in bread and wine,
Jesus is here in bread and wine,
Jesus is here in bread and wine,
alleluia.

Jesus will live forever,
Jesus will live forever,
Jesus will live forever,
alleluia!

Closing Hymn: CP 239
Jesus Lives! Thy Terrors Now
Jesus lives! Thy terrors now
can no more, O death, appal us.
Jesus lives! By this we know
thou, O grave, canst not enthral us.
Alleluia!

Jesus lives! Henceforth is death
but the gate of life immortal;
this shall calm our trembling breath
when we pass its gloomy portal.
Alleluia!

Jesus lives! For us he died;
then, alone to Jesus living,
pure in heart may we abide,
glory to our Saviour giving.
Alleluia!

Jesus lives! Our hearts know well
nought from us his love shall sever;
life, nor death, nor powers of hell
tear us from his keeping ever.
Alleluia!