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Welcome the 14th service in our ‘Choral Evensong from Home’ series – for The Tenth Sunday after Trinity – our last for a couple of weeks.
I am Director of Music at St James, and the music in this video is performed by four members of the choir who also happen to be part of my family!
We set up a little studio in my home office, which is a cabin at the bottom of our garden (I have a digital organ there), and sang everything from there. Our vicar, Mother Katie, led the service and two members of the congregation read the lessons.
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Order of service:
- Organ Voluntary – Folk Tune (Percy Whitlock)
- Opening Hymn – Sent forth by God’s blessing
- Sung Responses (David Halls)
- Psalm 90 (Responsorial)
- Old Testament Reading: 2 Kings 4: 1 – 37
- Magnificat – The Durham Service (Christopher Totney)
- New Testament Reading: Acts 16: 1-15
- Nunc Dimittis – The Durham Service (Christopher Totney)
- Creed and Sung Responses (David Halls)
- Anthem – Day by day (Martin How)
- Closing Hymn – We have a gospel to proclaim
- Organ Voluntary – Nun danket alle Gott (Karg-Elert)