Sunday’s order of service.

Church of Our Lady Help of Christians
Blackheath, London

Festival Carol Service

Sunday 10th December 2006 5pm

Introit – Advent Matin Responsory (adapted from a Magnificat by G.P. da Palestrina)
Congregational Carol – O come, o come Emmanuel
Choir sings – Ding dong! Merrily on High (arr David Willcocks)
Choir sings – O little one sweet (J.S.Bach)
Congregational Carol – A Great & Mighty Wonder (w/descant)
Congregational Carol – O little Town of Bethlehem
Choir sings – A Hymn to the Virgin (Britten)
Choir sings – Magnificat (H. Murrill)
Congregational Carol – God Rest you merry, Gentlemen
Congregational Carol – Good King Wenceslas (including a solo by stegzy Gnomepants)
Choir sings – In the Bleak Mid-winter (Harold Darke)
Choir sings – The Shepherd’s Pipe Carol (Rutter)
Congregational Carol – The stars shone down
Congregational Carol – Hark! The herald angels sing
Choir sings – Lully, lulla thou little tiny child (Leighton)
Choir sings – Tomorrow shall be my dancing day (Gardner)
Congregational Carol – O Come, all ye faithfulFollowed by mince bys pies and mulled warmed wine.

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