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Easter Cycle 2021

Service Lists
A comprehensive list of the music performed during the Easter Cycle, 2021.

Wednesday, 17 February, 2021
ASH WEDNESDAY
7.00pm Solemn Mass with Imposition of Ashes:
(The Rev the Rector)
(No Organ)

Propers: Miseris omnium
Service : Mass for three voices – Byrd
Ashing  : Hide not thou thy face from us – Farrant
Motet  :   Call to remembrance, O Lord – Farrant

Grad : O Maker of the world, give ear – St Gregory
Off   :   Lord, in this thy mercy’s day – St Philip
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Sunday, 21 February, 2021
Lent I
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Asperges: Asperges me – Michael Haydn
Propers  :  Invocabit me
Service  :  Missa in tempore Quadrageimae – Michael Haydn
Motet    :   Angeliis suis – Fux

Grad : Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
Off   :   Forty days and forty nights – Heinlein
Com :  Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum
Joseph Haydn (arr, Benedikt) : Andante from Concerto for Two Lyres
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Sunday, 28 February, 2021
Lent II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Asperges
Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Grad :
Off :
Com :
Reminiscere
Missa Emendemus – Palestrina
Call to remembrance – Farrant

Immortal love for ever full – Bishopthorpe
Son of God, eternal Saviour – Everton
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, O Mensch, bewein’ dein’ Sünde gross BWV 622
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Sunday, 7 March, 2021
Lent III
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Asperges:
Propers:
Service :
Motet :
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Plainsong
Oculi mei
Mass for four voices – Byrd
Oculi omnium – Wood
O Holy Ghost, thy people bless – St Timothy
A safe stronghold our God is still – Ein’ feste Burg
My spirit longs for thee – Quam dilecta

Howells : Rhapsody in C sharp minor, Op 101 No 4

7.00pm Solemn and Evensong and Benediction:
(The Rev the Rector)

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:
Psalm:
Office Hymn:
Hymn:O Salutaris:
Tantum ergo:
Byrd
Walmisley in D minor
O Lorde, the maker of al thing – Joubert
Psalm: 36 (Chant : Harrison)
Lord, in this thy mercy’s day – St Philip
Saviour, when in dust to thee – AberystwythHereford
Tantum ergo

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Sunday, 14 March, 2021
Lent IV – Mothering Sunday
10.00am Mass (video streamed) :
(The Rev the Rector)

No singing permitted by decree of the Bishop

David Johnson : Trumpet Tune (Homage to the 18th century)
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Sunday, 21 March, 2021
Lent V – Passion Sunday
10.00am Sung Mass (sung by the Quartet):
(The Rev the Rector)

Asperges:
Propers :
Service :
Motet :
Plainsong
Judica me
Leighton in D – Viadana
Solus ad victimam – Leighton

J.S. Bach : Fugue in G minor
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Sunday, 28 March, 2021
PALM SUNDAY
10.00am Sung Mass (sung by the Choir):
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motets :
Domine, ne longe
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria
Is it nothing to you – Ouseley
Adoramus te, Christe – Clemens non Papa

J.S. Bach (arr Gower) : Wir setzen uns mit tränen nieder
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Thursday, 1 April, 2021
MAUNDY THURSDAY
7.00pm Solemn Mass of the Last Supper (sung by the Choir):
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers:
Service :
Motet:
Nos autem
Missa L’Hora passa – Viadana
Christus factus est – Anerio

 

Footwashing:
Stripping of the altars:
An Upper Room – trad. O Waly, Waly
Ps. 22 with antiphon (Tonus Peregrinus)


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Friday, 2 April, 2021
GOOD FRIDAY
12 noon Solemn Liturgy (sung by the Choir)
(The Rev the Rector)

Kyries : from Missa L’Hora passa – Viadana
The Passion :According to John – Victoria
The Veneration of the Cross : The Solemn Reproaches of St John Damascene – Victoria
The Procession of the Sacrament : Crux Fidelis – John of Portugal

During the Communion: Herzliebster Jesu – J.S. Bach; Is it nothing to you? – Ouseley

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Sunday, 4 April, 2021
EASTER
10.30am High Mass (sung by the Choir)
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motets :
Regina coeli :Int :
Grad :
Off :
Rec :
Resurrexi
Darke in F (with brass quintet)
Ave verum – Elgar
This joyful Eastertide – Wood
Easter Hymn (with Fanfare in C – David Johnson)
Jesus Lebt! (for brass quartet and organ) – Dercks
Fanfare in B flat – David Johnson)
Eya! Resurrexit (for brass quintet and organ) – Irish
Jesus lives! thy terrors now – St Albinus

Charpentier (arr Irish) : Prelude to a Te Deum (for brass quartet, timpani and organ)
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Sunday, 11 April, 2021
LOW SUNDAY
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg

(Organ mass)

Rawsthorne : Postlude on “Jesus Christ is risen today”
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Sunday, 18 April, 2021
Easter II
10.00am High Mass (sung by the Choir):
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers:
Service :
Motet :
Off:
Misericordia Domini
Sumsion in F
The Lord’s my Shepherd – Jacob
Come, ye faithful, raise the strain- St John Damascene

Mathias : Jubilate
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Sunday, 25 April, 2021
THE FEAST OF ST MARK THE EVANGELIST
10.00am High Mass (sung by the Quartet):
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :
Regina coeli :
Com:
Mihi autem
Messe in C (Windhaager) – Bruckner
Ihr habt nun Traurigkeit – Brahms
Easter Hymn
How beauteous are their feet – Venice

Langlais : Rosa Mystica
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Sunday, 2 May, 2021
Easter IV
10.00am High Mass (sung by the Choir):
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :
Regina coeli :
Off :
Com:
Cantate Domino
Darke in A minor
Cantate Domino – Pitoni
Easter Hymn
Ye choirs of new Jerusalem – St Fulbert
Come, ye faithful, raise the strain – St John Damascene

Howells : Paean
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Sunday, 9 May, 2021
Easter V
10.00am High Mass (sung by the Quartet):
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :
Regina coeli :
Off :
Com:
Vocem jocunditatis
Missa Honoris portarum – Wood
Pleasure it is to hear – Cope
Easter Hymn
Christ the Lord is risen again! – Würtemburg
The Lord is risen indeed! – St Michael

Handel : Minuet
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Thursday, 13 May, 2021
THE FEAST OF THE ASCENSION
7.00pm High Mass (sung by the Choir):
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :
Off :
Viri Galilaei
Jackson in G
God is gone up with a merry noise – Croft
(Trumpet : Peter Catzavelos)
Hail the day that sees him rise – Llanfair

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Heut’ triumphiret Gottes Sohn
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Sunday, 16 May, 2021
The Sunday after the Ascension
10.00am High Mass (sung by the Quartet):
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :
Regina coeli :
Off :
Exaudi, Domine
Ireland in C – Wood
I sat down under his shadow – Bairstow
Easter Hymn
Where high the heavenly temple stands – Fulda

Karg-Elert : Chorale Improvisation,Nun danket alle Gott
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Sunday, 23 May, 2021
WHITSUNDAY
10.00am High Mass (sung by the Choir):
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :
Regina coeli :
Off :
Com:
Spiritus Domini
Darke in E
If ye love me – Tallis
Easter Hymn
Come, thou Holy Spirit, come – Veni, Sancte Spiritus
O Thou who camest from above – St Gregory

J.S. Bach : Fantasia in G minor
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Christmas Cycle 2020-2021

Sunday, 29 November, 2020
ADVENT SUNDAY
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)
Congregational setting : An Anglican Folk Mass – Shaw
Grad:
Off :
Com :
Hark the glad sound! the Saviour comes
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Wachet auf!
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Sunday, 6 December, 2020
Advent II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet:
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Populus Sion
Messa a 4 da Capella – Monteverdi
There is no rose – Anon. (14th cent.)
The advent of our King – St Thomas
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
When came in flesh the incarnate Word – Walsall

Brahms : Chorale Prelude, Es ist eín’ Ros’

7.00pm A PROCESSION WITH CAROLS FOR ADVENT

Processional:
Bidding Prayer
Our Father
Carol :
1st Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
2nd Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
3rd Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
4th Lesson
Hymn :
Carol :
5th Lesson
Carol :
Responsory
Collect
Blessing
Hymn :
Matin Responsory – G.P. da Palestrina
Come, thou Redeemer of the earth – Veni, Redemptor
Adam lay ybounden – Ord’Twas in the year that King Uzziah died – harm. Wood
Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding! – Merton
Long ago prophets knew
 – arr. Malcolm Archer

Remember, O thou man – Melismata (1611)
The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen
Es ist ein’ Ros’ entsprungen – harm. Michael Praetorius

There is no rose of such virtue – Joubert
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
Gabriel’s Message – arr David Willcocks

On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
Our blessed Lady’s dream – trad. arr. Deon Irish

Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
– trad. arr. Willcocks

O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel

Organ Postlude : Fantasia on Veni Emmanuel – Eric Rowley
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Sunday, 13 December, 2020
Advent III
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers:
Service:
Motet:
 

Grad :
Off :
Com :

Gaudete
Missa in tempore Adventus – Michael Haydn
Rejoice in the Lord alway – Purcell

On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus

Purcell : Trumpet Tune
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Sunday, 20 December, 2020
Advent IV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Propers:
Service:
Motet:
 

Grad :
Off :
Com :

Memento nostri
Short Communion Service in the Phrygian Mode – Wood
The truth from above – Vaughan Williams
 

On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
When came in flesh the incarnate word – Walsall

J.S. Bach : ‘Slumber Song’, from Christmas Oratorio
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Friday, 25 December, 2020
THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers:
Service:
Carols:
 

Grad :
Off:
Final carol :

Puer natus est
Darke in F
Away in a manger – arr, Willcocks
There is no rose – Joubert
Unto us is born a son – Arr. Llewellyn

O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fidelis
It came upon the midnight clear – Noel
We wish you a merry Christmas (arr Warrell)

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, In dulci jubilo, BWV 729;

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The Choir is on vacation. Choral services resume on 24 January, 2021

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Sunday, 27 December, 2020
THE FEAST OF ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Grad :
Off :
Com :
Word supreme, before creation – Winchester Old
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium

Daquin : Noël Suisse
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Sunday, 3 January, 2021
Christmas II

Grad:
Off:
Hark! the herald-angels sing
Shepherds, in the fields abiding – Shepherds in the field

Messiaen : Les Enfants de Dieu, from La Nativite
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Sunday, 10 January, 2021
Epiphany I
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Grad:
Off :
The heavenly Child in stature grows – Tallis
Earth has many a noble city – Stuttgart

Lang : Tuba Tune
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Sunday, 17 January, 2021
Epiphany II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Grad:
Off :
Songs of thankfulness and praise – St Edmund
The Three Kings – Cornelius (solo: Ntando Ngcume)

Mendelssohn : Fugue, from Sonata No 6 in D minor
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Sunday, 24 January, 2021
Epiphany III
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Grad:
Off :
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Alleluia, song of sweetness – Alleluia, dluce carmen

Mendelssohn : Con moto maestoso, from Sonata No 3 in A major
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Choral services resume
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Sunday, 31 January, 2021
Septuagesima
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Grad:
Off :
Creator of the world, to thee – St Gregory
Songs of praise the angels sang – Northampton

Elgar: Serenade, from the Wand of Youth Suite
J.S. Bach : Prelude in G
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Sunday, 7 February, 2021
THE FEAST OF THE PRESENTATION OF CHRIST IN THE TEMPLE, also known as
THE PURIFICATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers:
Nunc dimittis :
Service:
Motet :

Grad :
Off :

Suscepimus
from The Short Service – Gibbons

Missa super Dixit Maria
 – Hassler
Ave Maria – Arcadelt

O Sion, open wide thy gates – Bristol
Hail to the Lord who comes- Old 120th

Rawsthorne : Fafare for a Bride

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Sunday, 14 February, 2021
Quinquagesima
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers:
Service:
Anthem:


Grad :
Off :
Com :
Esto mihi
Missa brevis in D minor – Rheinberger
Jubilate in B flat – Stanford

Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost – Charity
We pray thee, heavenly Father – Dies Dominica
Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum

Mathias : Processional
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Trinitytide 2020

Sunday, 7 June, 2020
THE FEAST OF THE MOST HOLY TRINITY
10.00am Mass (video streamed):
(The Rev the Rector)

Grad :
Off :
Most ancient of all mysteries – St Flavian
Holy, Holy, Holy – Nicaea

Howells : Rhapsody No 1
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Sunday, 14 June, 2019
THE FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI
10.00am Mass (video streamed):
(The Rev the Rector)

Grad :
Off :
Tantum ergo:
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
Tantum ergo

Improvisation on Laudate Dominum
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Sunday, 21 June, 2020
Trinity II
10.00am Mass (video streamed):
(The Rev the Rector)

Grad :
Off :
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Thy hand, O God, has guided – Thornbury

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, Nun danket alle Gott
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Sunday, 28 June, 2020
Trinity III
10.00am Mass (video streamed):
(The Rev the Rector)

Grad :
Off :
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1

Handel : March from “Scipio”
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Sunday, 5 July, 2020
Trinity IV
10.00am Mass (video streamed):
(The Rev the Rector)

Grad :
Off :
O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
O Worship the King all glorious above – Hanover

Reger : Introduction und Passacaglia in D moll
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Sunday, 12 July, 2020
Trinity V
10.00am Mass (video streamed):
(The Rev the Rector)

Grad   :
Off :
Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Repton
We hail thy Presence glorious – Offertorium

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 Sunday, 19 July, 2020
Trinity VI
10.00am Mass (video streamed):
(The Rev the Rector)

Grad :
Off :
Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine

Handel : Processional, from “Music for the Royal Fireworks”
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Sunday, 26 July, 2020
Trinity VII
10.00am Mass (video streamed):
(The Rev the Rector)

Grad :
Off :
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius

Leighton : Fanfare
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Sunday, 2 August, 2020
Trinity VIII
10.00am Sung Mass (video streamed):
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Grad :
Off :
Com :
Suscepimus
Missa L’Hora passa – Viadana
O taste and see – Vaughan Wilson

Father hear the prayer we offer – Sussex
Crown him with many crowns – Diademata
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton

Vaughan Williams : Choral Pelude on Rhosymedre
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Sunday, 9 August, 2020
Trinity IX
10.00am Mass (video streamed):
(The Rev the Rector)

Grad :
Off :
Guide me, O thou great Redeemer – Cwm Rhondda
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot’s Leigh

J.S. Bach : Variation XI of Variations on Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gütig
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Sunday, 16 August, 2020
THE FEAST OF THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
10.00am Sung Mass (video streamed):
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Grad :
Off :
Com :
Signum magnum
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria
Ave Maria – Rachmaninov

Her Virgin eyes saw God incarnate born – Farley Castle
Sing we of the blessed Mother – Abbot’s Leigh
For Mary, Mother of the Lord – St Botolph

J.S. Bach : Prelude in G major, BWV 568
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Sunday, 23 August, 2020
Trinity XI
10.00am Mass (video streamed):
(The Rev the Rector)

Grad :
Off :
Lord, teach us how to pray aright – St Hugh
Lord of beauty, thine the splendour – Regent Square

Messiaen : Apparition de l’Eglise eternelle
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Sunday, 30 August, 2020
Trinity XII
10.00am Sung Mass (video streamed):
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Grad :
Off :
Com :
Deus in adjutorium
Sumsion in F
Oculi omnium – Wood

O for a thousand tongues to sing – Somervell
Angel voices ever singing – Angel voices
O happy band of pilgrims – Kocher

Vierne : Cathédrales
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Sunday, 30 August, 2020
Trinity XII
10.00am Sung Mass (video streamed):
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Grad :
Off :
Com :
Deus in adjutorium
Sumsion in F
Oculi omnium – Wood

O for a thousand tongues to sing – Somervell
Angel voices ever singing – Angel voices
O happy band of pilgrims – Kocher

Vierne : Cathédrales
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Congregational services resume, but with restricted numbers. Video streaming of masses will continue.
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Sunday, 6 September, 2020
Trinity XIII
10.00am Sung Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Grad :
Off :
Com :
Respice Domine
Mass for four voices – Byrd
Ave verum – Byrd

Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
All creatures of our God and King – Easter Song
How glorious is the life above – Brockham

Burney : Fugue in F minor
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Sunday, 13 September, 2020
Trinity XIV
10.00am Mass (video streamed):
(The Rev the Rector)

Grad :
Off :
Com :
Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove – Hawkhurst
Lift up your hearts! – Woodlands
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian

Guilmant : Postlude in D minor

Easter Cycle 2020

Wednesday, 26 February, 2020
ASH WEDNESDAY
7.00pm Solemn Mass with Imposition of Ashes:
(The Rev the Rector)
(No Organ)

Propers:
Service:
Motet:Int :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Miseris omnium
Mass for three voices – Byrd
Miserere – AllegriLord, in this thy mercy’s day – St Philip
Forty days and forty nights – Heinlein
Peace, perfect peace – Song 46
Forth in the name, O Lord, I go – Song 34

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Sunday, 1 March, 2020
Lent I
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)


Propers:
Service :
Motet :

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Asperges me – plainsong
Invocabit me
Missa emendemus in melius – Palestrina
Angeliis suis – Fux

Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
Forty days and forty nights – Heinlein
O Jesus, I have promised – Wolvercote
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Jesu, who this our Lenten-tide – St Gregory

Vaughan Williams : Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis (arr. M. and G. Shaw)
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Sunday, 8 March, 2020
Lent II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Merbecke

Asperges
Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :

Through all the changing scenes of life – Wiltshire
Immortal love, for ever full – Bishopthorpe
Son of God, eternal Saviour – Everton
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Sing praise to God who reigns above – Luther

J.S. Bach : Fantasia in G minor, BWV 542
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Sunday, 15 March, 2020
Lent III
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)


Propers:
Service :
Motet :

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Asperges me – plainsong
Oculi mei
Missa brevis – Palestrina
Prevent us, O Lord – Byrd

Forty days and forty nights – Heinlein
A safe stronghold our God is still – Ein’ feste Burg
Souls of men! why will ye scatter – Gott will’s machen
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Christian, dost thou see them – St Andrew of Crete

Howells : Psalm Prelude, Book 2, No 1 (Out of the depths)
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Sunday, 22 March, 2020
Lent IV – Mothering Sunday
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers:
Service :
Motet :

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Laetare
Missa in tempore Quadragesimae – Michael Haydn
Panis Angelicus – Franck

Jerusalem, my happy home – Southwell
The King of love my Shepherd is – Dominus regit me
For the beauty of the earth – Dix
I heard the voice of Jesus say – Kingsfold
Through the night of doubt and sorrow – Blaenwern

Vierne : Cathédrales, from 24 Pièces de Fantaisie.
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All choral services have been suspended during the compulsory quarantine.

Christmas cycle 2019 – 2020

Sunday, 1 December, 2019
ADVENT SUNDAY
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ad te levavi
Missa in tempore Adventus et Quadragesimae – Michael Haydn
Adam lay ybounden – Ord

The advent of our King – St Thomas
Hark the glad sound! the Saviour comes – Bristol
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Creator of the starry height – Conditor alme
Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding! – Merton

Bach : Chorale Prelude, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme BWV 645


7.00pm A PROCESSION WITH CAROLS ON ADVENT SUNDAY

Processional :
Bidding Prayer
Our Father
Carol :
1st Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
2nd Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
3rd Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
4th Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
5th Lesson
Carol :
Responsory
Collect
Blessing
Hymn :
Matin Responsory – G.P. da Palestrina
Come, thou Redeemer of the earth – Veni, Redemptor gentium

King Jesus hath a garden – trad. Dutch, arr. Wood

‘Twas in the year that King Uzziah died – harm. Wood
Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding! – Merton
Long ago prophets knew
 – arr. Malcolm Archer

Jesus Christ the apple tree – Elizabeth Poston
Sleepers wake! the watch-cry pealeth – Wachet auf
The Carol of the Advent – arr. Martin Shaw

There is no rose of such virtue – Joubert
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
The angel Gabriel – arr Malcolm Archer

Our Blessed Lady’s Dream – Irish
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
The Cherry Tree Carol – arr. Stephen Cleobury

O nata lux – Morten Lauridsen



O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel

Organ Postlude : Chorale Prelude, In dulci jubilo – J.S. Bach
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Sunday, 8 December, 2019
Advent II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Congregational setting :An Anglican Folk Mass – Shaw

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen
Lord, thy word abideth – Ravenshaw
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow

Vetter : Chorale Prelude, Nun komm der Heiden Heiland
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Sunday, 15 December, 2019
Advent III
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Gaudete
Mass in G minor – Vaughan Williams
Rejoice in the Lord alway – anon.

Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding – Merton
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
When came in flesh the incarnate word – Walsall
Hills of the north, rejoice – Little Cornard

Vaughan Williams : Prelude on ‘Rhosymedre’

Trinitytide 2017

Sunday, 11 June, 2017
TRINITY SUNDAY
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)


Service :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :

Wilson in D

Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty! – Nicaea
Most ancient of all mysteries – St Flavian
Father most holy, merciful and loving – Christe sanctorum
Three in One, and One in Three – Capetown
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo

Bach : Fugue in E flat, BWV 552 (“St Anne”)
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Sunday, 18 June, 2017
CORPUS CHRISTI
10.00am High Mass, Procession and Benediction:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

The Mass: 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Proc :

At Benediction:

O salutaris :
Tantum ergo:
Cibavit eos
Mass for three voices – Byrd
Ave verum – Elgar

Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis
Once, only once, and once for all – Albano
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
Chorale Prelude, Schmücke dich – Brahms
Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness – Schmücke dich
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol



Hereford
Regent Square

Karg-Elert : Chorale Improvisation, Nun danket

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Sunday, 25 June, 2017
Trinity II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Darron Misplon)


Congregational setting :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :

Wilson in D

New every morning is the love – Melcombe
Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol
Thy hand, O God, has guided – Thornbury
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Communion in E flat – Guilmant
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai

Guilmant : Pastorale, from Sonata No 1 in D minor, Op 42
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Sunday, 2 July, 2017
THE FEAST OF THE VISITATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson

Boëlmann : Introduction-Choral, from Suite Gothique

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
De ventre
Missa brevis in D, K.194 – Mozart
(Antoinette Blyth, Jolene McLeland, Willem Bester, Barend van der Westhuizen)
Ave verum corpus, K. 618 – Mozart

The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
The great forerunner of the morn – Winchester New
Shall we not love thee, Mother dear – St Agnes
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Palm lxxxvi
O Love, how deep, how broad, how high! – Eisenach

Boëllmann : Menuet, from Suite Gothique

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Rose
Stanford in C
Abendlied – Rheinberger

127 (Chant : Goss)
God, that madest earth and heaven – All through the night
Lo, from the desert homes – Earwall’s 148th

Hereford
Tantum ergo

Boëllmann : Choral, from Douze Pièce
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Sunday, 23 July, 2017
Trinity VI
10.00am Mass with hymns:
(Organ : Richard Haigh)

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol
The Church’s one faoundation – Aurelia
O My Saviour, lifted – North Coates
Thine for ever! God of love – Newington

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Sunday, 30 July, 2017
Trinity VII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Congregational setting :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Wilson in D

New every morning is the love – Melcombe
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Souls of men! why will ye scatter – Gott will’s machen
Chorale Prelude, Schmücke dich – Brahms
Lord Jesus, think on me – St Paul’s
Stand up, and bless the Lord – Carlisle

Brahms : Chorale Prelude, O Gott, du frommer Gott
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Sunday, 6 August, 2017
THE FEAST OF THE TRANSFIGURATION OF OUR LORD
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Tibi dixit cor meum
Messa a 4 da Capella (1641) – Monteverdi
O nata lux – Tallis

O wondrous type, O vision fair – Old 100th
In days of old on Sinai – Aurelia
Son of God, eternal Saviour – Everton
Not always on the mount may we – Vom Himmel Hoch
‘Tis good, Lord, to be here! – Carlisle

Galuppi : Sonata in G

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Rose
Howells in G
O nata lux – Lauridsen

43 (Chant : Wesley)
O wondrous type, O vision fair – Old 100th
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

Hereford
Tantum ergo

Thalben-Hall : Elegy
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Sunday, 13 August, 2017
Trinity IX
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Congregational setting :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Merbecke

O Holy Ghost, thy people bless – St Timothy
O happy band of pilgrims – Kocher
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot’s Leigh
O Lord Jesus, I adore thee – St Thomas
Teach me, my God and King – Sandys

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Sunday, 20 August, 2017
THE FEAST OF THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Signum magnum
Messe in B-dur, D.324 – Schubert
(Antoinette Blyth, Jolene McLeland, Willem Bester, Barend van der Westhuizen)
Ave Maria in F-dur – Michael Haydn

Her Virgin eyes saw God incarnate born – Farley Castle
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
Shall we not love thee, Mother dear – St Agnes
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
Soldiers, who are Christ’s below – Orientis partibus

Murrill : Carillon
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Sunday, 27 August, 2017
Trinity XI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Congregational setting :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Wilson in D

Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim – Paderborn
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
Lord of beauty, thine the splendour – Regent Square
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

Handel : Fughetta
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Sunday, 3 September, 2017
Trinity XII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Deus in adjutoriumn
Darke in E
I sat down under his shadow with great delight – Bairstow

O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
O for a thousand tongues to sing – Somervell
All creatures of our God and King – Lass uns erfreuen
Oft in danger, oft in woe – University College
Let us, with a gladsome mind – Monkland

Faulkes : Grand Choeur in D

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Smith of Durham
Blair in B minor
Evening Hymn – Balfour Gardiner

65 (Chant : Garrett
Glory to thee, my God, this night- Tallis’ Canon
Songs of praise the angels sang – Northampton

Hereford
Tantum ergo

 Stainer : Praeludium Pastorale (super gamut descendens)
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Sunday, 10 September, 2017
Trinity XIII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Congregational setting :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Wilson in D

Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza
Father of mercies, in thy word – St Botolph
We pray thee, heavenly Father – Dies Dominica
I heard the voice of Jesus say – Kingsfold
There is a land of pure delight – Beulah

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Sunday, 17 September, 2017
Trinity XIV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Darron Misplon)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Protector noster
Sumsion in F
O Lord, increase my faith – Gibbons

Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove – Hawkhurst
Immortal love for ever full – Bishopthorpe
O Worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
We pray thee heavenly Father – Dies Dominica
O Thou who camest from above – Hereford

Sumsion : Procession
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Sunday, 24 September, 2017
Trinity XV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson

Congregational setting :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Wilson in D

The Church of God a kingdom is – University
The King of love my Shepherd is – Dominus regit me
For the beauty of the earth – Dix
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

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Friday, 29 September, 2017
THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS
7.00pm High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Messe in E, Op 192 (“Misericordias Domini”) – Rheinberger
Locus iste – Bruckner

Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright – Trisagion
Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
All praise be to God – Hanover
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – Picardy
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Mendelssohn : Allegro maestoso, from Sonata No 3 in A major
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Sunday, 1 October, 2017
THE PATRONAL FESTIVAL
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Missa Aulica – Brixi
(Rachelle le Grange, Violina Anguelov, Zwakele Tshabalala, Kabelo Lebyana)
Factum est silentium – Dering

Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo
Christ the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Angel voices ever singing – Angel voices
Not a thought of earthly things – Feniton
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Clarke, arr. Grace : Trumpet Voluntary

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Reading in A sharpe
Purcell in G minor
I was glad when they said unto me – Purcell (with strings)

134 (Chant : York Minster)
Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright – Trisagion

Hereford
Tantum ergo

Handel : Andante, from Organ Concerto No 1 in G minor
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Sunday, 8 October, 2017
Trinity XVII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Congregational setting :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Wilson in D

Again the Lord’s own day is here – Church Triumphant
Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza
Thy hand, O God, has guided – Thornbury
I hunger and I thirst – Maria jung und zart
Rejoice! the Lord is King – Gopsal

C.S. Lang : Tuba Tune
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Sunday, 15 October, 2017
Trinity XVIII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Congregational setting :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Wilson in D

Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
Jesu, lover of my soul – Hollingside
Hail to the Lord’s anointed – Crüger
Jesu, the very thought of thee – Metzler’s Redhead
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton

Leighton : Fanfare
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Sunday, 22 October, 2017
Trinity XIX
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Salus populi
Missa Sancti Pauli – Vann
Ave verum corpus – Mathias

O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
Lord Jesus, think on me – St Paul’s
All things bright and beautiful – All things bright
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
He wants not friends that hath thy love – Cameronian Midnight Hymn

Mathias : Jubilate
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Sunday, 29 October, 2017
Trinity XX
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Congregational setting :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Wilson in D

Through all the changing scenes of life – Wiltshire
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
My God, how wonderful thou art – Westminster
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore him – Austria

de Sousa Carvalho : Allegro in D
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Thursday, 2 November, 2017
THE COMMEMORATION OF ALL SOULS
7.00pm Solemn Mass of Requiem:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Requiem aeternam
Missa L’Hora passa – Viadana
Thou knowest, Lord – Purcell

Let saints on earth in concert sing – Dundee
They whose course on earth is o’er – Vienna
Wherefore, O Father, we thy humble servants – Christe fons jugis
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

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Sunday, 5 November, 2017
THE FEAST OF ALL SAINTS
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Baptism :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Gaudeamus
Missa O quam gloriosum – Victoria
O quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria

Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
In token that thou shalt not fear – St Stephen
O what their joy and their glory must be – O quanta qualia
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
O heavenly Jerusalem – St Alphege

Mendelssohn : Allegro maestoso e vivace, from Sonata No 2 in C minor

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Reading in A sharpe
Murrill in E
Give me the wings of faith to rise – Leighton

150 (Chant : Stanford
O heavenly Jerusalem – St Alphege
For all the saints – Sine nomine

Hereford
Tantum ergo

Campbell : Gaudeamus
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Sunday, 12 November, 2017
Trinity XXII
10.00am Confirmation and High Mass:
(The Rt Rev Christopher Gregorowski; The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Confirmation :
Off :
Com :

Commemoration :
Rec :
Si iniquitates
Mass for four voices – Byrd
If ye love me – Tallis

Come down, O Love divine – Down Ampney
Spirit of mercy, truth, and love – Melcombe
Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire – Veni, creator Spiritus
Once pledged by the Cross, as children of God – Paderborn
Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum
Adagio, from the Violoncello Concerto – Elgar (arr Murray)
Let us now praise famous men – Vaughan Williams
I vow to thee, my country – Thaxted

Elgar (arr Harris) : Variation 9 (“Nimrod”) of the ‘Enigma Variations’, Op 36
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Sunday, 19 November, 2017
Trinity XXIII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Congregational setting :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Wilson in D

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven – Praise, my soul
Thy Kingdom come, O God – St Cecilia
O Jesus, I have promised – Wolvercote
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
Stand up, and bless the Lord – Carlisle

Boëllmann : Menuet gothique, from ‘Suite gothique’
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Sunday, 26 November, 2017
THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
In throno exalto
Messe in F-Dur, D.105 – Schubert
(Antoinette Blyth, Violina Anguelov, Zwakele Tshabalala, Blaine Josephs, Charles Ainslie)
And the glory of the Lord – Handel

Jesus shall reign where’er the sun – Truro
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
At the name of Jesus – Evelyns
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
The head that once was crowned with thorns – St Magnus

Charpentier : Prelude from Te Deum

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Trinitytide 2015

Sunday, 31 May, 2015
TRINITY SUNDAY
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicta sit
Mass for three voices – Byrd
Hymn to the Trinity – Tchaikovsky

Father most holy, merciful and loving – Christe sanctorum
Three in One, and One in Three – Capetown
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo
Most ancient of all mysteries – St Flavian
Holy, Holy, Holy! – Nicaea

Bach : Prelude in E flat, BWV 552
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Sunday, 7 June, 2015
CORPUS CHRISTI
10.00am High Mass, Procession and Benediction:
(The Rev the Rector)

The Mass: 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Proc :
Cibavit eos
Jackson in G
Ave verum – Mathias

Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
Thee we adore, O hidden Saviour, thee – Adoro te devote
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol

Cocker : Tuba Tune

At Benediction :

O Salutaris : Hereford
Tantum ergo : Regent Square

7.00pm Solemn and Evensong and Benediction:

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm:
Office Hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris:
Tantum ergo:
Ayleward
Browne in A
I saw the Lord – Stainer

Psalm: 8 (Chant : Ouseley)
Three in One, and One in Three – Capetown
God the all-terrible! – Russian anthem

Hereford
Westminster Abbey

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Sunday, 14 June, 2015
Trinity II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Through all the changing scenes of life – Wiltshire
O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
Intermezzo, from Sonata No 8 in E minor, Op 132 – Rheinberger
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore him – Austria

Mendelssohn : Andante tranquillo, from Sonata in A major, Op 65 No 3
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Sunday, 21 June, 2015
Trinity III
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Respice in me
Missa Simile est regnum coelorum – Victoria
O praise the Lord – Batten

Put thou thy trust in God – St Michael
Souls of men! why will ye scatter – Gott will’s machen
O Jesus, I have promised – Wolvercote
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Ye holy angels bright – Northampton

Handel (arr. Blake) : Minuet, from “Music for Royal Fireworks”
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Sunday, 28 June, 2015
Trinity IV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Through the night of doubt and sorrow – University College
Thine for ever! God of love – Newington
O Worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum
Adagio, from Sonata No 1 in F minor, Op 65 – Mendelssohn
Songs of praise the angels sang – Northampton

Walford Davies : Solemn Melody
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Sunday, 5 July, 2015
Trinity V
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Exaudi, Domine
The Mass of the Quiet Hour – Olroyd
Oculi omnium – Wood

Awake, my soul, and with the sun – Morning Hymn
Immortal love for ever full – Bishopthorpe
Light’s abode, celestial Salem – Regent Square
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai

Elgar (arr Hesford) : Pomp and Circumstance March No 4 in G major

7.00pm Solemn and Evensong and Benediction:

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm:
Office Hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris:
Tantum ergo:
Tomkins
Harwood in A flat
Hail gladdening light – Wood

Psalm: 29 (Chant : Attwood)
Holy Father, cheer our way – Vesper
Who would true valour see – Monks Gate

Hereford
Pange lingua

Elgar : Vesper Voluntary in D, Op 14 No 8
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Sunday, 12 July, 2015
Trinity VI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
O My Saviour, lifted – North Coates
Eternal Father, strong to save – Melita

Walford Davies : Solemn Melody
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Sunday, 19 July, 2015
Trinity VII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Omnes gentes
Communion Service in E (Collegium Regale) – Darke
Inclina aurem tuam – Izawa

All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius
My God, how wonderful thou art – Westminster
Sing praise to God who reigns above – Luther

Mathias : Postlude
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Sunday, 26 July, 2015
Trinity VIII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven Praise, my soul
O Holy Ghost, thy people bless – St Timothy
Thy hand, O God, has guided – Thornbury
Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Repton
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, Nun danket (Marche triomphale)
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Sunday, 2 August, 2015
Trinity IX
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)  

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ecce Deus
Missa Aeterna Christi munera – Palestrina
Adoramus te, Christe – Viadana

Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove – Hawkhurst
Guide me, O thou great Redeemer – Cwm Rhondda
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot’s Leigh
When I survey the wondrous Cross – Rockingham
He wants not friends that hath thy love – Cameronian Midnight Hymn

Lidon : Sonata de primo tono

7.00pm Solemn and Evensong and Benediction:

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm:
Office Hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris:
Tantum ergo:
Tomkins
Stanford in B flat
O Lorde, the maker of al thing – Joubert

Psalm: 48 (Chant : Robinson)
As now the sun’s declining rays – St Columba
There is a land of pure delight – Beulah

Hereford
Pange lingua

Clarke (arr Harvey Grace) : The Prince of Denmark’s March
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Sunday, 9 August, 2015
Trinity X
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
Firmly I believe and truly – Shipston
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
Dearest Jesu, we are here – Liebster Jesu
Chorale Prelude, Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier (a 2 Clav. e Pedale) – J.S. Bach
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

S.S. Wesley : Choral Song
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Sunday, 16 August, 2015
THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)  

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Signum magnum
Missa in C, K.337 (Missa Solemnis) – W.A. Mozart
(Antoinette Blyth, Vasti Knoesen, Khanyiso Gwenxane, Barend van der Westhuizen)
Laudate Dominum, from Vesperae Sollenes de Confessore K.339 – W.A. Mozart

Her virgin eyes saw God incarnate born – Farley Castle
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
Light’s abode, celestial Salem – Regent Square
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
Soldiers, who are Christ’s below – Orientis partibus

Boëllmann : Toccata, from Suite Gothique
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Sunday, 23 August, 2015
Trinity XII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty! – Nicaea
O for a thousand tongues to sing – Somervell
Son of God, eternal Saviour – Everton
O Happy band of pilgrims – Kocher
Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go – Song 34

Elgar (ed Atkins) : Sonata No 2 Op 87a
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Sunday, 30 August, 2015
Trinity XIII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Respice, Domine
Messe basse – Fauré
Panis angelicus – Franck

Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza
Father, hear the prayer we offer – Marching
We pray thee, heavenly Father – Dies Dominica
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
Through the night of doubt and sorrow – Blaenwern

Fauré (arr. Hesford) : Pavane (1887)
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Sunday, 6 September, 2015
Trinity XIV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector) 
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Protector noster
Darke in A minor 
I sat down under his shadow – Bairstow

Come down, O Love divine – Down Ampney
Immortal love for ever full – Bishopthorpe
We hail thy Presence glorious – Offertorium
Bread of the world in mercy broken – Genevan Psalm cxviii
Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore him – Austria

Murrill : Carillon

7.00pm Solemn and Evensong and Benediction:

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm:
Office Hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris:
Tantum ergo:
Tomkins
Wood in D
My beloved spake – Hadley

Psalm: 76 (Chant : Tucker)
God, that madest earth and heaven – All through the night
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot’s Leigh

Hereford
Mannheim

Armstrong Gibbs : Postlude in D
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Sunday, 13 September, 2015
Trinity XV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Awake, my soul, and with the sun – Morning Hymn
All things bright and beautiful – All things bright and beautiful
For the beauty of the earth – Dix
I heard the voice of Jesus say – Kingsfold
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

Heron : Cornet Voluntary
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Sunday, 20 September, 2015
Trinity XVI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Miserere mihi
Mass for three voices – Byrd
Ave verum corpus – Elgar

Lord of our life, and God of our salvation – Cloisters
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Lord, accept the alms we offer – Michael
Rock of ages, cleft for me – Petra
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

David Johnson : Trumpet Tune (Homage to the 18th century)
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Sunday, 27 September, 2015
Trinity XVII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Let hearts awaken, now the night is ended – Christe sanctorum
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
O Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness! – Was lebet
And now, O Father, mindful of the love – Unde et memores
Teach me, my God and King – Sandys

C.S. Lang : Procession
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Tuesday, 29 September, 2015
THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS
7.00pm High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Messe in E, Op 192 (“Misericordias Domini”) – Rheinberger
Factum est silentium – Dering

Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Praise to God who reigns above – Xavier
Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright – Trisagion
In our day of thanksgiving one psalm let us offer – St Catherine’s Court
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo

Rheinberger : Preludio, from Sonata No 7 in F minor, Op 127
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Sunday, 4 October, 2015
THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)  

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Missa brevis in B dur, K.275 – W.A. Mozart
(Antoinette Blyth, Vasti Knoesen, Willem Bester, Barend van der Westhuizen)
Let the bright Seraphim – Handel

Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Around the throne of God a band – Morning Hymn
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
In our day of thanksgiving one psalm let us offer – St Catherine’s Court
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Hollins : A Trumpet Minuet
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Sunday, 11 October, 2015
Trinity XIX
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Lord Jesus, think on me – St Paul’s
All creatures of our God and King – Easter Song
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
Thou art the way: by thee alone – St James

Stanley : Trumpet Voluntary

7.00pm Solemn and Evensong and Benediction:

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm:
Office Hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris:
Tantum ergo:
Ayleward
Howells in G
Set me as a seal upon thine heart – Walton

Psalm: 128 (Chant : Goss)
The duteous day now closeth – Innsbruck
From Greenland’s icy mountains – Aurelia

Hereford
Mannheim

Walton : “Crown Imperial”, Coronation March (1937)
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Sunday, 18 October, 2015
THE FEAST OF ST LUKE THE EVANGELIST
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Mihi autem
Missa Aeterna Christi munera – Palestrina
Holy is the true light – Harris

The eternal gifts of Christ the King – Church Triumphant
Spirit of Jesus, who didst move – Song 34
Disposer supreme, and Judge of the earth – Hanover
How beauteous are their feet – Venice
Come sing, ye choirs exultant – Aurelia

Vierne : Allegro, from Symphony No 2 in E minor, Op 20 (organ: Marnus Greyling)
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Sunday, 25 October, 2015
Trinity XXI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
O for a closer walk with God – Caithness
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Largo, from “The Four Seasons” (“Winter”) – Vivaldi (trans. Webb)
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Lobe den Herrn

Vivaldi (trans. Webb) : Allegro giusto, from Concerto in D for Lute, Two Violins and Continuo
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Sunday, 1 November, 2015
THE FEAST OF ALL SAINTS
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)  

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Gaudeamus
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria
O quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria

Lo, round the throne, a glorious band – Old 100th
Give us the wings of faith to rise – St Botolph
For all the saints who from their labours rest – Sine nomine
For all thy saints, O Lord – St Michael
Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints

Campbell : Gaudeamus

7.00pm Solemn and Evensong and Benediction:

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm:
Office Hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris:
Tantum ergo:
Clucas
Stanford in A
And I saw another angel – Stanford

Psalm: 149 (Chant : Lawes)
O Heavenly Jerusalem – St Alphege
Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints

Hereford
Tantum Ergo

Improvisation
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Monday, 2 November, 2015
THE COMMEMORATION OF ALL SOULS
7.00pm High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Requiem aeternam
Mass for three voices – Byrd
Thou knowest, Lord – Purcell

Let saints on earth in concert sing – Dundee
They whose course on earth is o’er – Vienna
Wherefore, O Father, we thy humble servants – Christe fons jugis
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

Boëllmann : Cortege solennelle
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Sunday, 8 November, 2015
Trinity XXIII
(Remembrance Sunday)
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond
Light’s abode, celestial Salem – Regent Square
Hail, true Body, born of Mary – Standish
Serenade, from “Wand of Youth Suite” – Elgar (arr Burt)
I vow to thee, my country – Thaxted

Elgar (arr Harris) : Variation 9 (“Nimrod”) of the ‘Enigma Variations’, Op 36
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Sunday, 15 November, 2015
Trinity XXIV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Thy Kingdom come, O God – St Cecilia
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton
Through the night of doubt and sorrow – Blaenwern
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
Thy Kingdom come! on bended knee – Irish

Vivaldi (arr. Bach) : Allegro, from Concerto in A minor
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Sunday, 22 November, 2015
THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
In throno excelso
Missa Cellensis in C, Hob. XXII.8 (“Mariazeller-Messe”) – Joseph Haydn
(Beverley Chiat, Violina Anguelov, Willem Bester, George Stevens)
Hallelujah! from “Messiah” – Handel

Jesus shall reign where’er the sun – Truro
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
Crown him with many crowns – Diademata
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
The head that once was crowned with thorns – St Magnus

Pasquini : Partite sopra la Aria della Folia da Espagna
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Trinitytide 2014

Sunday, 15 June, 2014
TRINITY SUNDAY
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicta sit
Messe in C, D.452 – Schubert
Hymn to the Trinity – Tchaikovsky

Holy, Holy, Holy – Nicaea
Father most holy, merciful and loving – Christe sanctorum
I bind unto myself today – St Patrick’s Breastplate
Most ancient of all mysteries – St Flavian
Bright the vision that delighted – LAus Deo

Bach : Prelude in E flat, BWV 552
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Sunday, 22 June, 2014
CORPUS CHRISTI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

The Mass: 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Proc :
Cibavit eos
Darke in E
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – Bairstow

Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
Thee we adore, O hidden Saviour, thee – Adoro te devote
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol

At Benediction :

O Salutaris : Hereford
Tantum ergo: Regent Square

Alain : Litanies
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Sunday, 29 June, 2014
THE FEAST OF ST PETER AND ST PAUL
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)
(Service sung by Chanticleer)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicta sit
Missa Papae Marcelli – Palestrina
Tu es Petrus – Palestrina

The eternal gifts of Christ the King – Church Triumphant
Let all on earth their voices raise – Old 100th
Disposer supreme, and Judge of the earth – Hanover
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
Palms of glory, raiment bright – Palms of glory

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Sunday, 6 July, 2014
Trinity III
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
The King of love my Shepherd is – Dominus regit me
Lift up your hearts! We lift them, Lord, to thee – Woodlands
Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum
Stand up, and bless the Lord – Carlisle

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Sunday, 13 July, 2014
Trinity IV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Darron Misplon)

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Put thou thy trust in God – St Michael
Lord, thy word abideth – Ravenshaw
At the name of Jesus – Evelyns
Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald

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Sunday, 20 July, 2014
Trinity V
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Exaudi, Domine
Missa L’Hora passa – Viadana
Ave verum – Elgar

New every morning is the love – Melcombe
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
The Church’s one foundation – Aurelia
Bread Bread of heaven, on thee we feed – Bread of Heaven
Songs of praise Fill thou my life, O Lord my God – Richmond

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Sunday, 27 July, 2014
Trinity VI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Darron Misplon)Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
Thou art the Way: by thee alone – St James
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
Fling out the banner! let it float – Duke street

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Sunday, 3 August, 2014
Trinity VII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Omnes gentes
Mass for four voices – Byrd
Christ the Apple Tree – Scriven

All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
O worship the King, all glorious above – Hanover
Lord Jesus, think on me – St Paul’s
God the all-terrible! King, who ordainest – Russian Anthem

Brahms : Chorale Prelude, O Gott, du frommer Gott

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Byrd
Gibbons Short
Prevent us, O Lord – Byrd

46 (Chant : after Luther)
Abide with me; fast falls the eventide – Eventide
Through the night of doubt and sorrow – St Oswald

J.S. Bach : Variation I of Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gutig
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Sunday, 10 August, 2014
Trinity VIII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Darron Misplon)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven – Praise, my soul
Father of heaven, whose love profound – Rivalux
Thy hand, O God, has guided – Thornbury
Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Repton
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

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Sunday, 17 August, 2014
THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Signum magnum
Missa Sancti Joannis de Deo (Kleine Orgelmesse) – Haydn
Ave Maria in F – Michael Haydn

Her Virgin eyes saw God incarnate born – Farley Castle
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
Shall we not love thee, Mother dear – St Agnes
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
Soldiers, who are Christ’s below – Orientis partibus

Lidon : Sonata de primo tono
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Sunday, 24 August, 2014
THE FEAST OF ST BARTHOLOMEW
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Darron Misplon)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Mihi autem
Missa Aeterna Christi munera – Palestrina
Holy is the true light – Harris

Let all on earth their voices raise – Old 100th
The eternal gifts of Christ the King – Church Triumphant
Disposer supreme, and Judge of the earth – Hanover
For all thy saints, O Lord – St Helena
Captains of the saintly band – University College

Campbell : Gaudeamus
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Sunday, 31 August, 2014
Trinity XI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
The Church of God a kingdom is – University
Lord, teach us how to pray aright – St Hugh
Crown him with many crowns – Diademata
Hark, my soul! it is the Lord – St Bees
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton

Pasquini : Partite sopra la Aria della Folia da Espagna
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Sunday, 7 September, 2014
Trinity XII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Deus in adjutorium
Missa Similis est regnum coelorum – Victoria
Oculi omnium – Wood

Holy, Holy, Holy! – Nicaea
O for a thousand tongues to sing – Somervell
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
O happy band of pilgrims – Kocher
Through the night of doubt and sorrow – Blaenwern

THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Irish
Sumsion in A
Ave Maria – Rachmaninov

65 (Chant : Garrett)
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
Shall we not love thee, Mother dear – St Agnes

J.S. Bach : Variation I of Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gutig
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Sunday, 14 September, 2014
Trinity XIII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza
Father, hear the prayer we offer – Sussex
O Jesus, I have promised – Wolvercote
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
There is a land of pure delight – Beulah


J.S. Bach : Pièce d’Orgue in G, BWV 572
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Sunday, 21 September, 2014
THE FEAST OF ST MATTHEW
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Os justi
Darke in A minor
Beati quorum via – Stanford

Come, pure hearts, in sweetest measure – Alles ist an Gottes segen
He sat to watch o’er customs paid – Ely
Let all on earth their voices raise – Lasst uns erfreuen
How beauteous are their feet – Venice
Spirit of Jesus, who didst move – Song 34

Handel : Hornpipe, from Water Music
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Sunday, 28 September, 2014
Trinity XV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Darron Misplon)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
O thou not made with hands – Old 120th
All things bright and beautiful – All things bright and beautiful
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
For the beauty of the earth – Dix
I heard the voice of Jesus say – Kingsfold

THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS
7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction
(The Rev the Rector)

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :

O salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Irish
Stanford in C
Factum est silentium – Dering

150 (Chant : Stanford)
Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Stars of the morning so gloriously bright – Trisagion

Hereford
Pange lingua

Dubois : Toccata
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Monday, 29 September, 2014
THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS
7.00pm High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
It came upon the midnight clear – Noel
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
Stars of the morning so gloriously bright – Trisagion


Preston : Alleluias
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Sunday, 5 October, 2014
THE PATRONAL FESTIVAL
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Messe in B dur, D.324 – Schubert
(Antoinette Blyth, Minette Pearce, Willem Bester, Barend van der Westhuizen)
Factum est silentium – Dering

Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Praise to God who reigns above – Xavier
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
Ye holy angels bright – Dearwall’s 148th

Widor : Toccata from Fifth Organ Symphony
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Sunday, 12 October, 2014
Trinity XVII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Awake, my soul, and with the sun – Morning Hymn
Firmly I believe and truly – Shipston
Souls of men! why will ye scatter – Gott will’s machen
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go – Song 34

Moussorgsky : Promenade, from “Pictures at an Exhibition
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Sunday, 19 October, 2014
Trinity XVIII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Da pacem
Mass for three voices – Byrd
O taste and see – Vaughan Williams

Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
Hail to the Lord’s Anointed – Crüger
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
Jerusalem the golden – Ewing

J.S. Bach (after Vivaldi) : Allegro, from Concerto in A minor, BWV 593_________________________________________________________________________

Sunday, 26 October, 2014
Trinity XIX
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Thou art the Way : by thee alone – St James
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot’s Leigh
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
Sing praise to God who reigns above – Luther

S.S. Wesley : Choral Song
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Sunday, 2 November, 2014
THE FEAST OF ALL SAINTS
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Gaudeamus
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria
O quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria

Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints
Give us the wings of faith to rise – Song 67
O what their joy and their glory must be – O quanta qualia
O Heavenly Jerusalem – St Alphege
Soldiers, who are Christ’s below – Orientis partibus

Campbell : Gaudeamus

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Smith of Durham
Murrilll in E
Give us the wings of faith – Bullock

148 (Chant : Lawes)
Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints
For all the saints, who from their labours rest – Sine nomine

Murrill : Carillon
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Monday, 3 November, 2014
THE COMMEMORATION OF ALL SOULS
7.00pm Requiem Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Int :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Let saints on earth in concert sing – Dundee
They whose course on earth is o’er – Vienna
In our day of thanksgiving one psalm let us offer – St Catherine’s Court
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

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Sunday, 9 November, 2014
Trinity XXI
(Rembrance Sunday)
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald
Lord of beauty, thine the splendour – Regent Square
Hail, true Body, born of Mary – Standish
Serenade, from ‘Wand of Youth Suite’ – Elgar
I vow to thee, my country – Thaxted

Elgar (arr Harris) : Variation 9 (“Nimrod”) from the ‘Enigma Variations’, Op 36
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Sunday, 16 November, 2014
Trinity XXII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Si iniquitates
Messe Basse – Faure
Cantique de Jean Racine – Faure

Lord of our life, and God of our salvation – Cloisters
Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza
Lord, accept the alms we offer – Michael
Bread of the world in mercy broken – Genevan Psalm cxviii
Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis

Guilmant : Postlude in F
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Sunday, 23 November, 2014
THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
In throno excelso
Missa brevis in C, K.259 (“Orgelsolomesse”) – Mozart
(Antoinette Blyth, Viulina Anguelov, Willem Bester, Barend van der Westhuizen)
O Thou, the central orb – Wood

Come let us join our cheerful songs – Nativity
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
At the name of Jesus – Evelyns
Hail to the Lord’s Anointed – Crüger
The head that once was crowned with thorns – St Magnus

Mulet : Carillon sortie
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Trinitytide 2011

 Sunday, 19 June, 2011
TRINITY SUNDAY
10.30am High Mass:
(Celebrant: The Rector; Preacher: The Rev Colin Jones, erstwhile Dean of Cape Town)

Propers :
Service :

Motets :


Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicta sit
Missa Sancti Joannis de Deo H.XXII 7- Joseph Haydn
(Magdalene Minnaar)
Hymn to the Trinity – Tchaikovsky
‘Twas in the year that King Uzziah died – Charles Wood

Holy, Holy, Holy! – Nicaea
Father most holy, merciful and loving – Christe sanctorum
Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem – Unser Herrscher
Most ancient of all mysteries – St Flavian
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo

J.S. Bach : Prelude in E flat, BWV 552

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Sunday, 26 June, 2010
CORPUS CHRISTI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

The Mass:  

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Proc :
Cibavit eos
Mass for three voices – Byrd
Ave verum – Byrd

Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol


At Benediction :

O Salutaris : St Vincent
Tantum ergo: Tantum Ergo

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, Nun danket (Marche triomphale)

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Sunday, 3 July, 2011
Trinity II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Let all on earth their voices raise – Old 100th
The eternal gifts of Christ the King – Church Triumphant
Disposer supreme, and Judge of he earth – Hanover
Captains of the saintly band – University College
Palms of glory, raiment bright – Palms of glory

Guilmant : Postlude

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Ayleward
Carolus Andreas Fauxbourdons
Holy is the true light – Harris

15 (Chant : Anrold)
Blest Creator of the light – Vienna
Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Repton

Hereford
Tantum ergo

J.S. Bach: Variation I on Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gutig

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Sunday, 10 July, 2011
Trinity III
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Respice in me
Darke in E
Like as the hart – Howells

Jesus, where’er thy people meet – Wareham
Who would true valour see – Monks’ Gate
Lift up your hearts! – Woodlands
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Chorale-Improvisation, Freu dich sehr, O meine Seele – Karg-Elert
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio


Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation. O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort
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Sunday, 17 July, 2011
Trinity IV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
O worship the King, all glorious above – Hanover
Dearest Jesu, we are here – Liebster Jesu
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald

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Sunday, 24 July, 2011
Trinity V
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Proc :
Exaudi, Domine
Darke in F
Ave verum – Saint-Saëns

The Church of God a kingdom is – University
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
At the name of Jesus every knee shall bow – Evelyns
Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum
Hills of the north, rejoice – Little Cornard

S.S. Wesley : Choral Song and Fugue

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Sunday, 31 July, 2011
Trinity VI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
Fling out the banner! let it float – Duke Street

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Sunday, 7 August, 2011
Trinity VII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
New every morning is the love – Melcombe
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Souls of men! why will ye scatter – Gott will’s machen
Lord Jesus, think on me – St Paul’s
Let us, with a gladsome mind – Monkland

1st movement, Concerto in A minor BWV 593 – J.S. Bach

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Sunday, 14 August, 2011
Trinity VIII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Proc :
Suscepimus
Mass for three voices – Byrd
O taste and see – Vaughan Williams

All things bright and beautiful – All things bright
Father of heaven, whose love profound – Rivaulx
Crown him with many crowns – Diademata
I heard the voice of Jesus say – Kingsfold
Sing Alleluia forth in duteous praise – St Sebastian

Stanley : Voluntary in F (No VI, Set III)

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Sunday, 21 August, 2011
THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
10.30am High Mass:
(Celebrant: The Rector; Preacher: Fr Peter Wilson)
 

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Signum magnum
Missa i.h. Beatissimae Virginis Mariae (Grosse Orgelmesse) H XXII 4 – Joseph Haydn
(Beverley Chiat, Janelle Visagie, Willem Bester, Barend van der Westhuizen)
Ave verum – William Mathias

Her Virgin eyes saw God incarnate born – Farley Castle
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
Ye who own the faith of Jesus – Daily, daily
Virgin-born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
Soldiers, who are Christ’s below – Orientis partibus

William Mathias : Processional

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Sunday, 28 August, 2011
Trinity X
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D  


Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven – Praise, my soul
Great Shepherd of thy people, hear – London New
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
Father, hear the prayer we offer – Sussex

Clarke (arr Harvey Grace) : Purcell’s “Trumpet Tune”

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Sunday, 4 September, 2011
Trinity XI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Deus in loco sancto
Mass for four voices – Byrd
Prevent us, O Lord – Byrd

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Lobe den Herrn
Come, my soul, thy suit prepare – Song 13
Lord of beauty, thine the splendour – Regent Square
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

Howells : Master Tallis’ Testament

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Irish
Sumsion in G
O how amiable are thy dwellings – Vaughan Williams

61 (Chant : Elvey)
The duteous day now closeth – Innsbruck
The spacious firmament on high – Addison’s

Hereford
Picardy

Sumsion : Processional

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Sunday, 11 September, 2011
Trinity XII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D  

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Awake, my soul, and with the sun – Morning Hymn
O for a thousand tongues to sing – Somervell
We hail thy presence glorious – Offertorium
O happy band of pilgrims – Kocher
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

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Sunday, 18 September, 2011
Trinity XIII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Respice, domine
Stanford in C & F (Kyries – Irish)
O for a closer walk with God – Stanford

Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza
Jesu, lover of my soul – Hollingside
O Worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
Hark, my soul! it is the Lord – St Bees
Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis

Stanford : Postlude in G, Second Set, Op 105 No II
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Sunday, 25 September, 2011
Trinity XIV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D  


Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :

Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove – Hawkhurst
Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed – St Cuthbert
Fill thou my life, O Lord my God – Richmond
Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness – Schmücke dich
Thine for ever! God of love – Newington

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Thursday, 29 September, 2011
THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS
7.00pm High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum– Victoria
Locus iste – Bruckner

Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Praise to God who reigns above – Xavier
Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright – Trisagion
In our day of thanksgiving one psalm let us offer – St Catherine’s Court
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo

Gigout : Toccata
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Sunday, 2 October, 2011
SUNDAY IN THE OCTAVE OF MICHAELMAS
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Messe in C, D452 – Schubert
Hymn to the Trinity – Tchaikovsky

All praise be to God – Hanover
Around the throne of God a band – Solothurn
It came upon the midnight clear – Noel
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Alain : Litanies

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Irish
Sumsion in A
Behold, the tabernacle of God – Harris

24 (Chant : Crotch)
Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright – Trisagion

Hereford
Pange lingua

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Sunday, 9 October, 2011
Trinity XVI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
The Church’s one foundation – Aurelia
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol
Jesu, gentlest Saviour – Eucharisticus
Carol, from “Five Bagatelles” – Finzi
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald

Mussorgsky : Promenade, from “Pictures at an Exhibition”
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Sunday, 16 October, 2011
Trinity XVII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Justus es, Domine
Missa simile est regnum – Victoria
Adoramus te, Christe – Clemens non Papa

Again the Lord’s own day is here – Church Triumphant
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
Thy hand, O God, has guided – Thornbury
Thee we adore, O hidden Saviour, thee – Adoro te devote
Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go – Song 34

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Sunday, 23 October, 2011
Trinity XVIII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D


Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :

Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
O Holy Spirit, Lord of grace – Tallis
The King of love my Shepherd is – Dominus regit me
Bread of heaven, on thee we feed – Bread of heaven
Forlana, from “Five Bagatelles” – Finzi
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton

Liszt : Ave Maria d’Arcadelt
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Sunday, 30 October, 2011
Trinity XIX
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Baptism:
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Salus populi
Missa choralis – Liszt
O salutaris hostia – Liszt

All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
Lord Jesus, think on me – St Paul’s
In token that thou shalt not fear – St Stephen
For the beauty of the earth – Dix
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
He wants not friends that hath thy love – Cameronian Midnight Hymn

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort
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Sunday, 6 November, 2011
Trinity XX
(Sunday in the Octave of All Saints)
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Gaudeamus
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria
Beati quorum via – Stanford

Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints
Give us the wings of faith to rise – Beulah
For all the saints who from their labours rest – Sine nomine
O heavenly Jerusalem – St Alphege
Soldiers, who are Christ’s below – Orientis partibus

Liszt : Prelude and Fugue on the name BACH

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Ayleward
Walmisley in D minor
O what their joy and their glory must be – Harris

127 (Chant : Goss)
O heavenly Jerusalem – St Alphege
Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints

Hereford
Pange lingua

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Sunday, 13 November, 2011
Trinity XXI
(Remembrance Sunday)
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
O God. our help in ages past – St Anne
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot’s Leigh
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Adagio, from Cello Concerto – Elgar, arr Dom Murray
I vow to thee, my country, all earthly things above – Thaxted

Elgar (arr Harris) : Variation 9 (“Nimrod”) of the “Enigma Variations”, Op 36
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Sunday, 20 November, 2011
THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING
10.30am High Mass:
(The Archbishop)

Propers :
Introit :
Service :

Motet :

Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
In throno excelso
Ecce sacerdos magnus – Elgar (orch Irish)
Missa Sancti Nicolai – Joseph Haydn
(Beverley Chiat, Viulina Anguelov, Willem Bester, Conroy Scott)
And the glory of the Lord – Handel

Thy Kingdom come! on bended knee the passing ages pray – Irish
Hail to the Lord’s Anointed – Crüger
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – Picardy
All hail the power of Jesus’name – Miles Lane

Mendelssohn : Allegro maestoso e vivace from Sonata No 2 in C minor
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