Having ordered my dinner and found my room, I threw down my knapsack and then came out again to smoke an ante-prandial pipe, listen to the evensong
of the stream, and think great thoughts.
Carey remained in on Sunday evening in order to allow Mary Ann to go to church, but she would welcome the opportunity of attending evensong
The church bells were ringing for evensong
, and a squad of Salvation Army lassies came singing down Waterloo Road.
For, though day after day, at morn or evensong
, I have knelt in God's house, I have never repented of my sin.
The "Concerts at First 17th" season continues with a Choral Evensong
for All Saints Day and an organ recital on Sunday at First United Methodist Church.
Roger Hiorns (Turner-prize nominee in 2009) goes back to his childhood chorister days at Birmingham Cathedral to curate an evensong
in which the choir will lie down in the nave, a 'reimagining of ancient ritual [in which] the service becomes reflective of the uncertainty of the present.
was about to take place and, with half-an-hour to kill, I thought I would go in and see what I made of it.
ISLAMABAD -- The Westminster Abbey church in the Westminster city of the United Kingdom organized a special Evensong
to commemorate the National Day of Pakistan, annually observed on 23 March.
Rastrick Voices will perform the new setting, composed by director Gordon Balmforth, at Choral Evensong
at the church at 3pm.
THE combined choirs of Liverpool, Manchester and Chester Cathedrals will sing evensong
for the first time together at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral on Saturday.
The service of Solemn Evensong
takes place at the city landmark from 4pm.
And I see evensong
in a country church through much the same eyes as I see a village cricket match on the green.