Southwark Cathedral: 16 July 2023

9.30am Rehearsal in Song School

10.00am Rehearsal in Cathedral

11.00am SUNG EUCHARIST
Setting: The Canterbury Service – Barker
Responsorial Psalm 65 vv. 8–13
Gospel Acclamation: Plainsong
Communion motet: My Spirit longs for thee – Gower
Hymns: ‘Come, thou Holy Spirit, come’ (NEH 139i), ‘Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem’ (NEH 351), ‘For the beauty of the earth’ (285i)

1.30pm Rehearsal in Song School

2.00pm Rehearsal in Cathedral

3.00pm CHORAL EVENSONG
Ayleward Responses
Psalm 60
Canticles: Howells in G
Anthem: Cantique de Jean Racine – Fauré
Hymn: ‘Christ is made the sure foundation’ (NEH 205)

You will be responsible for taking your own robes and music to Southwark – I can’t carry everything as I’ll be on the Underground with you, and will be bringing spare items for those travelling from elsewhere!

Please make sure that you are wearing BLACK SHOES – no open toes please!

Folders need to be made up with the following music:

  • Southwark booklet
  • Canterbury Service (SATB edition)
  • My spirit longs for thee
  • Ayleward Responses
  • Howells in G Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis
  • Cantique de Jean Racine

For those travelling from Canterbury:

7.30am prompt: Leave St Stephen’s Church, Canterbury in as few cars as possible.

8.30am: arrive and park at North Greenwich station

Address for Car Park: North Greenwich Station, 5 Millenium Way, London.  The postcode for your sat nav is SE10 0PH

8.45am: Jubilee Line from North Greenwich to London Bridge

9:15am: Walk to Southwark Cathedral ready for 9.30 rehearsal.

If you are travelling from elsewhere, please time your journey to arrive at Southwark Cathedral in plenty of time for our 9.30am rehearsal.

We will return to Canterbury after Evensong (perhaps a quick drink first?!)