The Rev. Michael Whitnah - November 28, 2021
Join the choir and clergy for this beautiful offering of prayer and music, following the historic Anglican Tradition.
From Series: "Evensong"
Since the late middle ages “evensong” has been the popular name for vespers (from the Latin vesperis, “evening”), the Evening Office of the western church. Cranmer used it in the 1549 BCP. Although in 1552 he replaced it with “Evening Prayer,” the common name remains “evensong.” In many Anglican cathedrals and other large churches, especially in England, evensong is sung by clergy and choir as a choral liturgy.
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