The poll for favourite hymns to be included in the programme is now open.
Visit here to vote for your three favourites from the list.
If your real favourite is not there, make a bid to have it included via the silent auction – fill out a slip and enter it in the basket at the rear of St Paul’s or email your nomination and bid to the Rector. Minimum bid of $100.
The Organist is Mary Anne Neilsen.
Igitur Nos Chamber Choir will lead some beautiful and contemplative music for our 6pm Eucharist, which will include Byrd’s Mass for Five Voices and Allegri’s Miserere (a setting of Psalm 51).
St Paul’s Choir will sing Choral Evensong.
Music includes Stanford in G and Mendelssohn’s Hear my prayer.
The preacher will be the Rev’d Elaine Farmer.
Please join us for our Annual Carol Service.
St Paul’s Choir will sing Choral Evensong (1662 Book of Common Prayer).
The preacher will be The Rev’d Martin Johnson, Rector of St Philip’s O’Connor.
All welcome – why not invite a friend?
St Paul’s Choir sings Choral Evensong.
The Rev’d. Robert Willson will be the guest preacher.
Music includes Brewer in D and Faure’s Cantique de Jean Racine.
All welcome to join in this soul-warming treasure of our Anglican heritage.
Our choir will be joined by the Choir of St John’s, Canberra.
There will be a ‘Christmas in July’ theme.
Music includes Stanford in C and Wesley’s Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace.
This service will recognise the Queen’s birthday.
On Trinity Sunday, Igitur Nos Chamber Choir will lead the music at St Paul’s 10am Choral Eucharist, singing the magnificent Mass for Two Choirs and Two Organs by French composer Charles-Marie Widor (using both of our organs) and Stainer’s wonderful anthem I saw the Lord.
This special music will be a treat – why not invite a friend along to church that day?