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Lighten Our Darkness (50)

Lighten Our Darkness (50)

Discovering and celebrating Choral Evensong

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Lighten Our Darkness: Discovering and celebrating Choral Evensong

Over the course of the past 25 years, a quiet but persistent revolution has been taking place in English cathedrals, in some larger churches in major towns and cities, as well as the chapels of university colleges. The numbers of people drawn by the distinctive musical character of their worship has risen significantly, with Choral Evensong becoming the focus of this persistent growth in the numbers of worshippers. A significant number of these people are under 40 years of age; and many others have, until now, lived their lives on the edges of the Church - if not completely beyond it.

Simon Reynolds believes Evensong is providing a place of sanctuary for people seeking space for reflection in a frenetic world. It is becoming a significant part of the Church of England’s mission. Lighten Our Darkness provides the definitive guide to Choral Evensong, and will be a fascinating introduction for newcomers to this historic form of worship, and for clergy and students wishing to explore its roots.

Simon Reynolds is a visiting research fellow at the University of Winchester, and was formerly a parish priest in the Church of England and succentor at St Paul's Cathedral.

Author: Simon Reynolds
Back: Hardback
Pages: 128

 

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