Christ Church Events: 23 - 29 October 2005

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Sun Oct 23 08:27:39 GMT 2005

C H R I S T  C H U R C H  C A T H E D R A L  D U B L I N
S u n d a y  2 3  -  S u n d a y  2 9  O c t o b e r  2 0 0 5

D i a r y  O v e r v i e w

Sunday 23 October
  11.00 - Cathedral Eucharist (Cathedral Girls' Choir)
  15.30 - Choral Evensong (Piccolo Lasso)
Monday 24 October
  20.00 - Friends: Wine tasting course
Wednesday 26 October
  18.00 - Choral Evensong (The Twenty, Felsted School)
Thursday 27 October
  17.00 - Evening Prayer
Saturday 29 October
  17.00 - Choral Evensong (Amici)


Sunday 23 October 2005 - Cathedral Eucharist (11.00)
Sung by the Cathedral Girls' Choir.
Fauré 'Messe Basse' and Franck 'Panis angelicus'.

Sunday 23 October 2005 - Choral Evensong (15.30)
Sung by Piccolo Lasso
Archer responses, Dyson in C minor and
Mawby 'God be in my head'.

Monday 24 October 2005 - Friends Wine Tasting (20.00)
The Friends of Christ Church will hold the fourth of a number
of wine tasting evenings on Monday 10 October, beginning
at 20.00. For those interested in participating, contact the
Friends Secretary, Lesley Rue at friends at

Wednesday 26 October 2005 - Choral Evensong (18.00)
Sung by The Twenty, Felsted School
Rose responses, Noble in B minor and
Gibbons 'Almighty and everlasting God'.

Thursday 27 October 2005 - Evening Prayer (17.00)
Evening Prayer will take place at 17.00 instead of the
normal Choral Evensong.

Saturday 29 October 2005 - Choral Evensong (17.00)
Sung by Amici
Ayleward responses, Dyson in C minor and
Wood 'O for a closer walk with God'.

All are most welcome to attend all cathedral services and events.
Details of these can usually be found online at:

See the Dean's Vicar's November 2005 review at:

Why not visit Dvblinia, the medieval exhibition, or their
new website available at:

Visit Cultivate, a new cultural centre in Essex Street West,

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