Sunday Worship, 27th March 2022.

Order of Service
4th Sunday of Lent

Sunday 27th March 2022

This morning Service will be led by
Revd Alastair Lusk

A warm welcome is extended to all.
Please join us for a time of
fellowship and refreshment
in Hamilton Hall after the service

Entry of God’s Word
(Please stand if you are able)

Welcome and Intimations

Call to Worship

CH4 213
Every new morning
God gives us freely
Hearts that are thankful,
Strength for the task,
People who love us,
Joy in our service,
all we have need of
If we but ask.

God will be with us
in all our thinking,
in all our speaking,
in all we do.
and as we praise him
by all our actions,
he will be with us,
seeing us through

God in the morning,
God in the noontide,
God in the evening
All through the day;
God is within us
and all around us,
God goes before us,
All of the way

Prayer of Approach & Confession

1 Kings Ch 10: 1-7 Joan Pollok
John Ch 18: 28-38 Lorna Brodie


CH4 599
Holy Spirit, hear us
Help us while we sing;
Breathe into the music
Of the praise we bring.

Holy Spirit, prompt us
When we try to pray;
Nearer come, and teach us 6

what we ought to say.

Holy Spirit, teach us
Through the words we read;
Bring to life the Bible
with the light we need.

Holy Spirit, give us
Each a lively mind;
Make us more like Jesus,
Gracious, pure and kind.

Holy Spirit, help us
daily, by your might,
What is wrong to conquer,
And to choose the right


CH4 543
Longing for light, we wait in darkness.
Longing for truth, we turn to you.
Make us your own, your holy people,
light for the world to see.

Chorus -Christ be our light! Shine in our hearts.
Shine through the darkness.
Christ be our light!
Shine in your church gathered today.

Longing for peace, our world is troubled.
Longing for hope, many despair.
Your word alone has pow’r to save us.
Make us your living voice. Chorus

Longing for food, many are hungry.
Longing for water, many still thirst.
Make us your bread, broken for others,
shared until all are fed. Chorus

Longing for shelter, many are homeless.
Longing for warmth, many are cold.
Make us your building, sheltering others,
walls made of living stones. Chorus

Many the gifts, many the people,
many the hearts that yearn to belong.
Let us be servants to one another,
making your kingdom come. Chorus

Offering and Prayer of Dedication
Prayer for others

CH4 500
Lord of creation, to you be all praise!
Most mighty your working, most wondrous your ways!
Your glory and might are beyond us to tell,
and yet in the heart of the humble you dwell.

Lord of all power, I give you my will,
in joyful obedience your tasks to fulfil.
Your bondage is freedom, your service is song;
and, held in your keeping, my weakness is strong.

Lord of all wisdom, I give you my mind,
rich truth that surpasses man’s knowledge to find.
What eye has not seen and what ear has not heard
is taught by your Spirit and shines from your Word.

Lord of all bounty, I give you my heart;
I praise and adore you for all you impart;
your love to inspire me, your counsel to guide,
your presence to cheer me, whatever betide.

Lord of all being, I give you my all;
if ever I disown you, I stumble and fall;
but, sworn in glad service your word to obey,
I walk in your freedom to the end of the way.



A warm welcome is extended to all joining us for worship today.

A very warm welcome to Revd Alastair Lusk who is conducting our service today.

Andrew Gilmour’s funeral will take place this coming Tuesday 29th March here in Dalserf at 9.30am and thereafter at Lanark Cemetery.

The service this morning will be recorded for the Church Website and Facebook page.

Tea and coffee will be served in Hamilton Hall after the service. Please remain seated and you will be served.

The April Newsletter is available on the front pew for the Elders to collect and deliver to their districts.

The flowers this week were gifted by Mrs Janette Goldie
The flowers next week will be gifted by Mrs Margaret Watt

Please continue to pray for those people on the prayer list.
Rita and Sommerville, Willie Miller, Colin and Marion McAllister, Margaret Kent, John Grove, Forbes Gillespie, Anne Brown and her son Alistair, Norval Toryusen Helen Hamilton, Janette McPhee.
Sommerville is still progressing well. Norval Toryusen is home from hospital needing complete bed rest, antibiotics and prayer on what will be a long road to recovery

Congratulations to Kay who became a great grandmother for the second time. Alexander James Blair weighing in at 6 pound 13 ounces was born in the early hours of Thursday morning.

Our service next Sunday will be conducted by George Thomson.


Although the Government regulations changed on 21st/22nd March the Church of Scotland advice will not be available till 31st March. Until then we may have to be patient and mindful of our Care of Duty to each other.

Some recent developments may remain in place such as hand hygiene, ventilation and respecting each other’s feelings and space. Also testing while tests are available. Mask wearing in public places remains until First Minister makes another announcement.

Further advice will be given again in April when Church of Scotland regulations are updated.

The Christian Outreach Group thank all who helped make the
Recent appeal at Dalserf such a success and thank all for the generosity shown the appeal resulted in 338 boxes being packed onto 11 pallets loaded onto a transporter which is now heading straight to Lviv.
£1560.00 was also raised to help with transportation and
Financial aid in Ukraine.
God speed and journeying mercies for those
now transporting this most valuable aid.