Introit was this one:
On this day, the first of days,
God's the Father's Name we praise,
who, creation's Lord and Spring,
did the world from darkness bring.
On this day the eternal Son
over death triumph won;
on this day the Spirit came
with his gifts of living flame.
O that fervent love today
may in every heart have sway,
teaching us to praise aright
God the Source of life and light.
Father, who didst fashion me
image of thyself to be,
fill me with thy love divine,
let my every thought be thine.
Holy Jesus, may I be
dead and buried here with thee;
and, by love inflamed, arise
unto thee a sacrifice.
Thou who dost all gifts impart,
shine, blest Spirit, in my heart;
best of gifts, thyself bestow;
make me burn thy love to know.
God, the blessèd Three in One,
dwell within my heart alone;
thou dost give thyself to me,
may I give myself to thee.
Sung to Gott Sei Dank.
Offertory was this one, which we don't sing very often:
Good Joseph had a garden,
Close by that sad green hill
Where Jesus died a bitter death
To save mankind from ill.
One evening in that garden,
Their faces dark with gloom,
They laid the Saviour's body
Within good Joseph's tomb.
There came the holy women
With spices and with tears;
The angels tried to comfort them,
But could not calm their fears.
Came Mary to that garden
And sobbed with heart forlorn;
She thought she heard the gardener ask
'Whom seekest thou this morn?'
She heard her own name spoken,
And then she lost her care:
All in his strength and beauty
The risen Lord stood fair!
Good Joseph had a garden;
Amid its trees so tall
The Lord Christ stood on Easter Day:
He lives to save us all.
And as he rose at Easter
He is alive for ay,
The very same Lord Jesus Christ
Who hears us sing to-day.
Go tell the Lord Christ's message,
The Easter triumph sing,
Till all his waiting children know
That Jesus is their King.
This is sung to Cherry Tree Carol, but I cannot find a MIDI of it anywhere. So, you'll just have to imagine it!
Offertory was this by Auden:
He is the Way.
Follow him through the Land of Unlikeness;
You will see rare beasts, and have unique adventures.
He is the Truth.
Seek him in the Kingdom of Anxiety:
You will come to a great city that has expected your return for years.
He is the Life.
Love him in the World of the Flesh;
And at your marriage all its occasions shall dance for joy.
Tune can't be found for this one, either. But it's an interesting poem, and figured into the sermon.
And finally, post-communion hymn was this one:
Jesus lives! thy terrors now
can no longer, death, appall us;
Jesus lives! by this we know
thou, O grave, canst not enthrall us.
Jesus lives! henceforth is death
but the gate of life immortal;
this shall calm our trembling breath
when we pass its gloomy portal.
Jesus lives! for us he died;
then, alone to Jesus living,
pure in heart may we abide,
glory to our Savior giving.
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.
Jesus lives! to him the throne
over all the world is given:
may we go where he has gone,
rest and reign with him in heaven.
Sung to St. Albinus at SMV, though it can also be sung to Lindisfarne and a tune with the name "Jesus Lives". I like the St. Albinus tune best because of the way each verse starts. It sounds like a bell tolling. Lovely!