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evensong

1. Church of England the daily evening service of Bible readings and prayers prescribed in the Book of Common Prayer
2. Archaic another name for vespers
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He wrote: "Congratulations to Gordon on the premiere of his evensong setting
More than 100 voices of the boys', girls' and men's choirs from each cathedral will sing at the Three Choirs' Evensong prayer service at 3pm.
30pm Evensong, Psalm 45, Sumsion in G, O perfect love - Fletcher, Hymns.
A church has booked a college choir to sing choral evensong, in its latest attempt to bring music back to two Warwickshire villages and boost church attendance.
4pm Evensong (Elgar Society to attend), Responses - Rose, Howells - Worcester Service, Elgar - Ave Maris Stella.
The choir will go to Derby Cathedral to rehearse for the first evensong for the feast of Pentecost at 5.
Other places where traditional Evensong is offered on Sunday evenings include St Bartholomew's, Benton, St Nicholas' Parish Church, Gosforth and St George's Jesmond.
3pm German Lutherans, Chapel of Unity, 5pm Choral Evensong and Procession (Cathedral Choir) Hymns: 156,92,359.
30pm Evensong, Psalm 23, Wood - Collegium regale, The souls of the righteous - Joubert, Hymns, Voluntary, Imperial March - Elgar (arr Martin).
The most dramatic public event of the conference was the ecumenical evensong service, held at St.
The Trinity Episcopal Church Choir from Indianapolis will sing Evensong at 7.
30pm Evensong, 'A New Start for the World's Poor', Howells in G, Responses - Neary, Great is the Lord - A Psalm of Thanksgiving.