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Today's services

Sunday, 26th May 2019
Sixth Sunday of Easter
8:00am Holy Communion Nave
The Book of Common Prayer said
10:00am Matins Quire
sung by the Lay Vicars

Introit: Sheppard Christ our paschal lamb
Responses: Tallis
Canticles: Tomkins Te Deum laudamus (First Service)
Moore Jubilate Deo
Voluntary: Bach Nun danket alle Gott BWV 657

11:15am Sung Eucharist Quire
sung by the Lay Vicars

Setting: Palestrina Missa Ut re mi fa sol la
Motet: Gabrieli Ego sum qui sum
Voluntary: Bach Prelude and Fugue in G BWV 541

Preacher: The Venerable David Stanton Sub-Dean, Canon Treasurer, and Archdeacon of Westminster

3:00pm Evensong Quire
sung by the Lay Vicars

Introit: Sheppard Christ our paschal lamb
Responses: Tallis
Canticles: Palestrina Magnificat tertii toni
Palestrina Nunc dimittis tertii toni à 8
Anthem: Byrd Victimae paschali laudes
Voluntary: Buxtehude Praeludium in C BuxWV 137

Preacher: The Reverend Jane Sinclair Canon in Residence

5:45pm Organ Recital Nave
George Frideric Handel and the Art of the Concerto IV

Handel Overture from An Occasional Oratorio
Handel Larghetto from Concerto Grosso HWV 327
Handel arr Dupré Organ Concerto in B flat Op 4 no 2
Guilmant March on a theme of Handel

Alexander Hamilton Organ Scholar

6:30pm Evening Service Nave
said with hymns

conducted by The Reverend Philip Chester Priest Vicar

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

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