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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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A selection of songs from the first evensong was also included in the programme, helping to reflect on the history of worship during the 19th Century.
The Reverend Mark Birch led the Evensong. The Evensong was sung by the world-renowned Choir of Westminster Abbey.
Everyone is invited along to Choral Evensong at 4pm in the Cathedral then to a join a candlelit vigil outside in Cathedral Square at about 4.50pm to remember, and raise awareness of, the hundreds of women killed by domestic violence each year in the UK.
On Sunday, November 11, there will be Remembrance evensong at 6pm with the laying of wreaths.
When the boys and girls become full choristers, they are inducted at choral evensong on a Sunday by the Dean of the cathedral.
The "Concerts at First 17th" season continues with a Choral Evensong for All Saints Day and an organ recital on Sunday at First United Methodist Church.
Roger Hiorns (Turner-prize nominee in 2009) goes back to his childhood chorister days at Birmingham Cathedral to curate an evensong in which the choir will lie down in the nave, a 'reimagining of ancient ritual [in which] the service becomes reflective of the uncertainty of the present.' 15 & 17 June at 5.30pm.
Evensong was about to take place and, with half-an-hour to kill, I thought I would go in and see what I made of it.
Rastrick Voices will perform the new setting, composed by director Gordon Balmforth, at Choral Evensong at the church at 3pm.
THE combined choirs of Liverpool, Manchester and Chester Cathedrals will sing evensong for the first time together at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral on Saturday.
PLACE: Evensong Retreat and Spirituality Center, Harwich Port, MA
MORE than 200 Choristers from as far north as Edinburgh and as far south as Peterborough are coming to the region today to play sport and to sing Evensong at Durham Cathedral.