Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

Sunday 18th December, 2022, at 5:30 pm
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The St Bride’s Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols on Sunday 18th December at 5:30pm is a wonderful opportunity to hear the full range of readings in the form of service devised by Eric Milner-White for King’s College, Cambridge in 1918.

The congregation takes a full part in the service by singing Christmas hymns ranging from Once In Royal David’s City to O Come, All Ye Faithful and we also have the opportunity to hear a number of contrasting pieces from wide repertoire of Advent and Christmas music which St Bride’s Choir sings.

The service is open to all, ticketless and free to attend. If you would like to be sent an email reminder closer to the service please click to register. This also helps us manage numbers.

New music this year includes A Christmas Lullaby by Stephen Matthews, a setting of another medieval text, This enders night by Anthony Powers and A song was heard at Christmas, a recent composition by Gareth Treseder, one of our tenor deputy singers.

A pre-recorded version of this service will also stream online on this page at the same time as the service in church, and on our pages at Facebook, YouTube and SoundCloud.

You can also find and subscribe to this service released as a podcast on itunes, Spotify or wherever you find your podcasts.

congregation sitting for service

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