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Today's services

Sunday, 21st July 2019
Fifth Sunday after Trinity
8:00am Holy Communion Nave
The Book of Common Prayer said
10:00am Morning Prayer Quire
said with hymns
11:15am Sung Eucharist Quire
sung by the Iken Scholars

Setting: Scarlatti Missa Clementina
Motet: Victoria O sacrum convivium
Voluntary: Buxtehude Praeludium in E BuxWV 141

Preacher: The Reverend Mark Birch Minor Canon and Sacrist

3:00pm Evensong Quire
sung by the Iken Scholars

Responses: Smith
Canticles: Parsons Great Service
Anthem: Victoria Vadam et circuibo civitatem
Voluntary: Byrd Fantasia in C

Preacher: The Reverend Anthony Ball Canon in Residence

5:45pm Organ Recital Nave

William Fox St Paul's Cathedral

6:30pm Evening Service Nave
said with hymns

conducted by The Reverend Dr Tony Kyriakides Priest Vicar

Everyone's welcome at these services, free of charge.

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