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Today's services

Friday, 19th July 2019
St Gregory of Nyssa, teacher of the faith, c 394
7:30am Morning Prayer St Faith's Chapel
said
8:00am Requiem St Faith's Chapel
said
12:30pm Holy Communion Nave
said
5:00pm Evensong Quire
sung by the Lacock Scholars Responses: Radcliffe
Canticles: Lassus Magnificat secundi toni à 4
Wood Nunc dimittis in B flat
Anthem: Stanford Beati quorum via
6:30pm Sung Eucharist of Our Lady of Pew Quire
sung by the Lacock Scholars

Setting: Victoria Missa Vidi speciosam
Motets: Philips Salve Regina
Victoria Vidi speciosam
Guerrero Tota pulchra es Maria

Preacher: The Very Reverend Dr John Hall Dean of Westminster

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