DATA BASE REF: C/L 1054

 

WE STAND WHILE THE SCHOOL BANNER IS BROUGHT IN:

Thurifer: Sam Wakerley Cross: Thomas Lytwynchuk,.

Candles: Georgina Turnell, Thomas Grenfell       

Banners: Sarah Caskey, Matthew Hill, Zoe Manning, Alice Lang,

Minister: Sam Lister      :                      

 

LEADER: In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.

ALL: Amen.

LEADER: The Lord be with you.

ALL: And also with you.

 

LEADER:  We remain standing to sing our first hymn:

            Peace be in our waking,

            Peace be in our sleeping,

            Peace be in our talking,

            Peace be in our listening,

            Peace be in our resting,

            Peace be in our playing,

            Peace be in our crying,

            Peace be in our laughing,

            Peace be with us all the time,

            May Peace be with us all the time.

 

 

LEADER:   Please sit.

 

.Music:             .

 

Poems:            

 

I remember:      .

 

The Gospel: Luke 2: 46 - 51 read by.

 

LEADER:  We remain standing to sing our second hymn:

            If I were a butterfly,

            I’d thank you Lord, for giving me wings,

            And If I were a robin in a tree,

            I’d thank you Lord, that I could sing,

            And If I were a fish in the sea,

            I’d wiggle my tail and I’d giggle with glee;

            But I just thank you, Father, for making me “me”.

 

For you gave me a heart,

And you gave me a smile

You gave me Jesus and me made me your child

And I just thank you father, for making me me

           

If I were an elephant,

            I’d thank you Lord, by raising my trunk,

            And If I were a kangeroo,

            You know I’d hop right up to you,,

            And If I were an octopus,

            I’d thank you Lord for my fine looks:

            But I just thank you, Father, for making me “me.

 

If I were a wiggly worm,

            I’d thank you Lord, that I could squirm

            And If I were a billy goat,

            I’d thank you Lord for my strong throat,

            And If I were fuzzy wuzzy bear,

            I’d thank you Lord for my fuzzy wuzzy hair:

            But I just thank you, Father, for making me “me

 

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PRESENTATION OF BOOKS: Mr George Stephenson.

 

 

LEADER: We sit or kneel for the prayers:

 

After each prayer we say after Lord in your mercy: Hear our prayer.

 

Prayers for our School: Sarah Caskey

 

Prayers for our Homes: Thomas Grenfell

 

Prayers for Ourselves:   Matthew Hill

 

Prayers for the Leavers:  Alice Lang

 

 

 

 

 

LEADER: We all say the Lord’s Prayer:

Our Father, who art in heaven,

                        Hallowed be thy name,

                        Thy Kingdom come, thy will be done

                        On earth as it is in heaven.

                        Give us this day our daily bread;

                        And forgive us our trespasses

                        As we forgive those who trespass against us.

                        And lead us not into temptation,

                        But deliver us from evil.

                        For thine is the Kingdom, the power and the glory

                        For ever and ever. Amen.

 

           

LEADER: We all say the Grace.

 

LEADER: We stand  to sing our final hymn:

 

All the animals that I have ever seen,

Big ones, little ones, and others in between,

Four legs, two legs,

Some no legs at all;

I like them all.

 

All the animals that like your strokes and pats,

Dogs and hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs and cats,

Mice and tortoises,

Rabbits in the hutch;

I like so much.

 

All the animals that fly up in the sky,

Robins, wrens, and butterflies that flutter by,

Magpies, dragonflies,

And the bumble bee;

I like to see.

 

All the animals I only see at night,

Hedgehog, nightingale and owl with eyes so bright.

Fox and badger,

Moths and bat and shrew;

I like them too.

 

All the animals that live beneath the sea,

Shrimps and prawns and jellyfish that tickle me,

Starfish, anemonies,

Crabs beneath my feet!

I like to meet

 

There are animals I’ll never see at all,

Some live overseas, and some are just too small,

All God’s animals,

Need the care we give,

If they’re to live.

 

BLESSING: The Rector.


 

CASTOR CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL

LEAVER’S SERVICE

19 July 2001.

 

Year 6 Leavers

 

Sarah Caskey

Thomas Grenfell

Matthew Hill

Alice Lang

Sam Lister

Thomas Lytwynchuk

Zoe Manning

Georgina Turnell

Sam Wakerley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Church of St. Kyneburgha of Castor


All over the world,

Everywhere,

Where the sun shines,

And where the white snow gleams;

In the green, green forests and by the streams,

Hands are busy, plans are laid,

And slowly, slowly,

Somewhere, somebody’s house is made.

 

Chorus:

Everybody’s building, everybody’s building,

Everybody’s building, day by day,

Everybody’s building, everybody’s building,

Everybody’s building, in a different way.

 

All over the world,

Everywhere,

Where the sun shines,

And where the darkest night

Holds back the coming of the morning light;

Bricks are laid and wood is sawn,

And slowly, slowly,

Out of a dream a house is born.

 

All over the world,

Everywhere,

Where we’re living,

Wherever children grow,

And their lives are shaped as the moments go,

Minds are building, plans are laid,

And slowly, slowly,

Somewhere somebody’s life is made.

 

All over the world,

Everywhere,

Where we’re living,

Wherever children play,

For the things they do and the things they say,

For good or ill, ground is laid,

And slowly, slowly,

Somewhere somebody’s life is made

 

Colours of day dawn into the mind,

The sun has come up, the night is behind.

Go down in the city, into the street,

And let’s give the message to the people we meet.

 

So light up the fire and let the flame burn,

Open the door, let Jesus return.

Take seeds of his spirit, let the fruit grow,

Tell the people of Jesus, let his love show.

 

Go through the park, on into town;

The sun still shines on, it never goes down.

The light of the world is risen again;

The people of darkness are needing our friend.

 

Open your eyes, look into the sky,

The darkness has come, the sun came to die.

The evening draws on, the sun disappears,

But Jesus is living, his spirit is near