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Topic: Christ Church Arcadia Eucharist Service
Time: May 17, 2020 09:10 AM Johannesburg

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The music for this Sunday's Evensong will include:

Introit:  I sat down by Edward Bairstow

Preces and responses by Herbert Sumsion

Canticles in C by Charles Villiers Stanford

Anthem: The Lord's Prayer by Pascal Martine

The choir will be conducted by Trish Maguire and Marnus Greyling will be with us on the organ. 

Sunday 26 January:

Eucharist: Psalms 27 (1, 4-12); Isaiah 9: 1-4; 1 Corinthians 10: 10-18; Matthew 4: 12-23

Monday 27 January: (W) John Chrysostom, Bishop of Constantinople and teacher of faith

Morning Prayer: Psalm 25; Genesis 14: (1-7) 8-24; Mark 3: 31-35
Evening Prayer: Psalms 26, 27; Isaiah 48: 1-11; John 4: 43-54

Tuesday 28 January: (W) Thomas Aquinas, Teacher of the faith, 1274

Morning Prayer: Psalms 28, 29, 30; Genesis 15: 1-11, 17-21; Hebrews 9: 1-14
Evening Prayer: Psalm 31; Isaiah 28: 12-21; John 5: 1-18

Wednesday 29 January: (W) Charles Frederick Bishop in Central Africa 1862

Morning Prayer: Psalms 32, 33; Genesis 16: 1-14; Hebrews 9: 15-28
Evening Prayer: Psalm 34; Isaiah 49: 1-12; John 5: 19-29

Thursday 30 January: (W)

Eucharist: 2 Samuel 7:18-19, 24-29; Psalm 132: 1-4, 10-14; Mark 4: 21-25
Morning Prayer: Psalm 35; Genesis 16: 15-17:14; Hebrews 10: 1-10
Evening Prayer: Psalm 36; Isaiah 49:  13-26; John 5: 30-47

Friday 31 January: (W)

Morning Prayer: Psalm 37: 1-20; Genesis 17: 15-27; Hebrews 10: 11-25
Evening Prayer: Psalm 37: 21-41; Isaiah 50: 1-11; John 6: 1-15

Saturday 1 February: (W)

Morning Prayer: Psalm 38; Genesis 18: 1-16; Hebrews 10: 26-39
Evening Prayer: Psalm 39; Isaiah 51: 1-8; John 6: 16-27

Christmas Eve 24 December:

17h30  Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

22h30  Said Midnight Mass

Christmas Day 25 December:

07h30 Eucharist

09h15 Eucharist

Jesus, bread from heaven, you satisfy the hungry with good things:
grant us a share with all the faithful departed in the banquet of your kingdom.

Jesus, light of the world, you gave a blind man the gift of sight:
open the eyes of our faith, and bring us from darkness to your eternal light.

Jesus, son of the living God, you summoned your friend Lazarus from death to life:
raise us at the last to full and eternal life with you.

Jesus, crucified Saviour, in your dying you entrusted us to each other, Mary your mother and John your beloved disciple:
sustain and comfort all who mourn.

Jesus our Way, Truth and Life, you drew your disciple Thomas from doubt to faith:
reveal the resurrection faith to the doubting and the lost.

The combined choirs of Christ Church Arcadia and The Art Music Project will sing for the annual All Souls Day Requiem at Christ Church this year, directed by Willem Viljoen.

The service will be on 2 November at ​19h00​, and the music includes a complete performance of Victoria's Officium Defunctorum, as well as select movements from Purcell's Funeral Sentences.

We will have our usual commemoration of the dead ceremony, where you will be able to remember your dear departed ones with love.

The boys' choir of Hall School, London, UK, will sing during the mass this coming Sunday. They will be joined by some members from the Christ Church Choir. They will be conducted by Nicholas Southey with Willie Steyn on the organ. Music will include

Mass setting:     Missa Brevis Sancti Joannis de Deo (Little Organ Mass) - J Haydn  

Anthem:             The Father’s Love - S Lole

Tea will be served in the hall afterwards.