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Sunday, 13th October 2019
Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity
THE TRANSLATION OF ST EDWARD THE CONFESSOR, KING, 1163, 1269
7:30am Morning Prayer St Faith's Chapel
said
8:00am Holy Communion High Altar
The Book of Common Prayer said
10:30am Sung Eucharist Quire

Setting: Byrd Mass for five voices
Motet: Byrd Beati mundo corde
Voluntary: Guilmant March on a theme of Handel Op 15 no 2

Preacher: The Reverend Professor Sarah Foot Canon, Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, and Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Oxford University

3:00pm Evensong Quire

Introit: Tye Give almes of thy goods
Responses: Leighton
Canticles: Purcell in G minor
Anthem: Elgar Give unto the Lord
Voluntary: Bach Prelude and Fugue in C BWV 545

Preacher: The Reverend Dr James Hawkey Canon in Residence

5:45pm Organ Recital—Westminster Abbey 750 I Nave

Greg Morris St Margaret's Church, Westminster Abbey

6:30pm Evening Service: "The Consecration of this Abbey Church, 13th October 1269" Nave
said with hymns

conducted by The Very Reverend Dr John Hall Dean of Westminster

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

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