Psalm 89

A psalm marathon today – all 50 verses of Psalm 89. Both the morning and evening psalms combined together from today’s daily office in the Anglican Church of Canada, or the psalm appointed for the 18th Evening if you follow the BCP lectionary. You can download the music here, and...

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Women of the Church

Please enjoy the first episode in our new educational series on hymnody: a look at some of the women who have contributed English-language hymns you sing today. Thank you to chorister Angèle Trudeau for singing the hymn at the end.

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Psalm 72

We’re delighted at the enthusiasm and support for our Psalms and Hymns series. Today, our psalm is 72, Give the King thy judgments, O God: a psalm of praise, but also a psalm of reassurance. Don’t forget, you can download and follow the music to this here, and keep an...

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NEW SERIES – Hymns & Sacred Song

As a companion to our popular psalm series, Assistant Organist, Dr Nicholas Capozzoli, has launched a weekly series looking at the history of song in Christian worship. Every Tuesday he will release a new episode exploring the riches of Christian song over the centuries, each one complete with a hymn...

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Psalm 55

Today’s psalm is number 55: Hear my prayer, a psalm packed full of human emotion. The psalm includes a number of verses about violence and war, verses which are occasionally omitted in services given that their imagery doesn’t sit comfortably with the essence of Christianity. C S Lewis, however, felt...

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Anglican Chant Guide

Anglican Chant has formed the backbone of the musical celebration of the Daily Office for centuries, but it is a style of singing that is increasingly unfamiliar these days. Here our Director of Music, Dr Jonathan White, gives us a brief introduction to psalm singing and how it has evolved...

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New Psalm Series

Today we launch a brand new regular psalm series, drawing on the rich poetry of the Psalms as told in Miles Coverdale’s sixteenth-century translation. All set to Anglican Chant, and with downloadable music, these are for you to sing at home, or just to enjoy. Our first psalm is no....

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