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Weekly Bulletin for the week beginning Sunday 22nd September 2019

20 September 2019


SERVICES FOR THE COMING WEEK

Sunday 22nd September
Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity
St Matthew, Apostle & Evangelist

8.30am Holy Communion
11.00am Sung Eucharist
Celebrant & Preacher: The Rector
Missa Brevis (Kelly)
Justorum animae (Byrd)
Second Suite: Final (Boellmann)


Monday 23rd September
12.10pm Midday Prayer

Tuesday 24th September
12.10pm Midday Prayer

Wednesday 25th September
12.10 Midday Prayer
5.45pm Holy Communion

Thursday 26th September
12.10pm Midday Prayer

Friday 27th September
1.10pm Holy Communion

Sunday 29th September
St Michael & All Angels

8.30am Holy Communion
11.00am Sung Eucharist
Celebrant: The Rector
Preacher: The Revd Dr Alan McCormack
Mass in F sharp minor (Widor)
Factum est silentium (Dering)
Toccata (Gigout)


LITTLE DRAGONS
St George’s ‘Little Dragons’ will meet this Sunday at 11.00am in the Undercroft Green Room.

EVENTS DURING THE COMING WEEK

Sunday 22nd September
4.00pm

Pegasus Choir
Music by Byrd, Clemens non Papa, Esenvalds & Tippett and including Britten’s ‘Hymn to St Cecilia’

Tuesday 24th September
Grosvenor Chapel
1.10pm

Jonathan Gregory (London)
Music by Couperin, Boyvin, Marchaud. De Grigny, Bach, Purcell, Elgar & Handel

Thursday 26th September
7.30pm

London Firebird Orchestra
Music by Mozart and Beethoven

FORTHCOMING EVENTS IN THE PARISH

Mayfair Organ Concerts

A weekly series of lunchtime organ concerts at St George’s, Hanover Square & the Grosvenor Chapel
Every Tuesday 1.10-1.50pm
Tuesday 1st October
St George’s

Zsombor Toth-Vajna (Budapest)
Music by Froberger, Fischer, Frescobaldi, Kerli, Pachelbel
Zachow, Bach & Buxtehude


NOTABLE FORTHCOMING SERVICES AT ST GEORGE’S

Sunday 6th October

Harvest Festival

Sunday 20th October
Prisons Sunday

Sunday 22nd December
6.00pm Parish Carol Service

FORTHCOMING MEETINGS

23rd October Fabric Committee
30th October Finance Committee
6th November PCC
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