Seasons & Liturgical Uses

Use the listings below to find music published by Encore Publications that is suitable for a particular season, Holy Day, or other occasion in the Church’s year.

  1. The Seasons
    • Advent
      • Backhouse: The cherry tree carol
      • Backhouse: The Lord at first did Adam make
      • Bramma: It is high time to awake out of sleep
      • Bullard: Believe and leave to wonder
      • Chivers: God made a garden
      • Chivers: There is no rose
      • Cleobury: O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
      • Cole: Rorate caeli
      • Cousins: Ave Maria (I) (ATB)
      • Cousins: Ave Maria (II) (sops)
      • Dinnage: Gabriel’s message
      • Edwards: The truth from above
      • Elfyn Jones: Adam’s fall
      • Ferguson: The holly and the ivy
      • Gower: Adam and his helpmate
      • Grindle: Heaven song
      • Grote: Advent responsories
      • Grote: Come, thou Redeemer of the earth
      • Grote: The promise of peace
      • Halsey: Drop down, ye heavens, from above
      • Hemingway: Mary’s magnificat
      • Hemingway: People, look east
      • Hemingway: Rejoice and be merry
      • Hemingway: The truth from above
      • Hewitt Jones: Hark what a sound
      • Higginbottom: Ave Maria
      • Hitel: Hark the glad sound!
      • Hone: Gabriel’s message does away
      • Kelly: A cradle of carols
      • Kelly: In songs and in mirth
      • Kelly: The Linden tree
      • Kelly: There is no rose
      • Ledger: A great and mighty wonder
      • Ledger: A spotless rose
      • Ledger: Advent calendar
      • Ledger: Advent carol
      • Ledger: Advent responsories
      • Ledger: Jesus Christ the apple tree
      • Ledger: King Jesus has a garden
      • Ledger: The voice of the angel Gabriel
      • Lloyd: Kindle a light to lighten the darkness
      • Lloyd: The fairest flower
      • Lloyd: The Linden tree
      • Lloyd: The truth sent from above
      • Lumsden: Come, thou Redeemer of the earth
      • MacDonald: The cherry tree carol
      • Mason: Ave Maria
      • McCormick: Come, thou long-expected Jesus
      • Moore: Emmanuel
      • Moore: The Lord at first did Adam make
      • Moore: This is the truth sent from above
      • Moore: What is the crying at Jordan?
      • Morris: Ecce sacerdos magnus
      • Nicholas: Today maiden Mary
      • Nixon: Adam lay ybounden
      • Nixon: Advent responsories
      • Nixon: Gabriel’s message
      • Pacey: Remember, O thou man
      • Parnell: Advent tidings
      • Parsons: There is no rose
      • Radcliffe: I sing of a maiden
      • Rogers: Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding
      • Rogers: Sinful Adam
      • Rogers: Whereas Adam caused by sin
      • Ross: I sing of a maiden
      • Shephard: Holy thorn that blooms
      • Shephard: In darkness held
      • Shephard: Like all but like no other
      • Stokes: Angelus ad virginem
      • Swinton: The darkest midnight in December
      • Thomas: Adam lay ybounden
      • Tracey: Gabriel’s message
      • Trepte: Arise, shine
      • Trepte: Hosanna to the son of David
      • Turner: The rose
      • Whitbourn: Of one that is so fair and bright
      • Whitehead: The darkest midnight in December
    • Christmas
      • Armiger: All this night shrill chanticleer
      • Ashfield: Christmas
      • Aston: Tidings, tidings that be true (Whereas Adam caused by sin)
      • Backhouse: If ye would hear the angels sing
      • Backhouse: The cherry tree carol
      • Backhouse: The Lord at first did Adam make
      • Berry: Away in a manger
      • Bertalot: The annunciation
      • Blackwell: I know that my Redeemer lives
      • Blackwell: I saw a maiden
      • Bruce: Cradle song
      • Bryden: In the bleak mid-winter
      • Bryden: Seek him out
      • Bullard: Merrily did the shepherds blow
      • Chivers: Born in a stable
      • Chivers: Diptych
      • Chivers: I saw a fair maiden
      • Chivers: There is no rose
      • Clarence: Silent night
      • Cleobury: Blessed be that maid Mary
      • Cleobury: Descants for choirs, Book 2 Christmas
      • Cleobury: Sing, choirs of angels
      • Corns: In dulci jubilo
      • Dibble: Dormi,Jesu!
      • Elfyn Jones: Adam’s fall
      • Ferguson: Come, listen to my story
      • Ferguson: Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
      • Ferguson: Two carols
      • Gower: Love came down at Christmas
      • Gower: Kings and shepherds
      • Grindle: A baby is born
      • Grindle: Heaven song
      • Grindle: Love came down at Christmas
      • Grote: The promise of peace
      • Halsey: Nova! Nova!
      • Hemingway: Before the paling of the stars
      • Hewitt Jones: Loving wisdom
      • Higginbottom: Rocking
      • Higginbottom: Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
      • Holst: Four old English carols
      • Ives: Rise up, shepherd!
      • Jackson: An angel came to Nazareth
      • Kelly: A cradle of carols
      • Kelly: All poor men and humble
      • Kelly: In songs and in mirth
      • Kelly: On Christmas night (Sussex carol)
      • Kelly: The oxen
      • Kelly: Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
      • Kelly: When Christ was born of mary free
      • King: A virgin most pure
      • King: Hodie Christus natus est
      • Kirk: Past three o’sclock
      • Ledger: A little child there is yborn
      • Ledger: A spotless rose
      • Ledger: Bethlehem
      • Ledger: Good Christian men, rejoice
      • Ledger: In the bleak mid-winter
      • Ledger: Invitation to the manger
      • Ledger: Lie still and slumber (Two lullabies for Christmas)
      • Ledger: Lute-book lullaby
      • Ledger: Sing for joy
      • Ledger: The shepherds’ homage
      • Ledger: The voice of the angel Gabriel
      • Lindley: The Bell-man’s song
      • Lindley: Here is joy for ev'ry age
      • Lloyd: Adam our father
      • Lloyd: An hymn on the nativity of my Saviour
      • Lloyd: Childing of a maiden bright
      • Lloyd: God from on high hath heard
      • Lloyd: The song of the angels
      • Lole: Love came down at Christmas
      • Lumsden: Silent night
      • MacDonald: The cherry tree carol
      • MacDonald: The holly and the ivy
      • Marlow: Peace on earth
      • Mason: Videntes stellam
      • Millington: A carol of hope
      • Moore: A babe is born
      • Moore: Baby born today
      • Moore: In dulci jubilo
      • Moore: Love came down at Christmas
      • Moore: Noel nouvelet
      • Moore: Silent night
      • Morehen: As up the wood I took my way
      • Morehen: Joys seven
      • Neary: A Christmas sequence
      • Neary: Christmas
      • Neary: Three carols
      • Nicholas: A little child on the earth hasbeen born
      • Nicholas: The holy Son of God
      • Nixon: A babe in Bethlem’s manger laid
      • Nixon: Balulalow
      • Nixon: Dormi, Jesu
      • Nixon: I saw three ships
      • Nixon: Near Bethlehem
      • Nixon: Ring out, ye crystal spheres
      • Nixon: The holly and the ivy
      • Nixon: Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
      • Nixon: Up! good Christen folk, and listen
      • Nixon: Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing?
      • Noon: The Wexford carol
      • O'Donnell: I saw three ships
      • Pacey: Mary’s lullaby
      • Parnell: Away in a manger
      • Parnell: Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
      • Porter-Thaw: Alchemy
      • Porter-Thaw: Snow
      • Porter-Thaw: The way of paradox
      • Pugh: Silent night
      • Ridout: It was the winter wild
      • Rogers: A man was the first guilt
      • Rogers: Behold the great creator makes
      • Rogers: Now sing glory to God
      • Rogers: On Christmas night (Gloucestershire carol)
      • Rogers: Sinful Adam
      • Rogers: Whereas Adam caused by sin
      • Sackman: Sing my day
      • Scott: A god, and yet a man?
      • Scott: Jesus, good above all other
      • Shephard: The holy Son of God
      • Shephard: The shepherds heard the angels
      • Stokes: Coventry carol
      • Tanner: Away in a manger
      • Tanner: Ding dong! merrily on high
      • Tanner: Who were the shepherds, Mary?
      • Tear: The best of news
      • Tear: Just hear the words
      • Tear: Welcome! you king
      • Thomas: The Lord at first had Adam made
      • Tracey: Fum, fum, fum
      • Tracey: The echo carol
      • Trepte: All hail to the days
      • Trepte: I saw three ships
      • Turner: Lullay my liking
      • Turner: Nativity carol
      • Turner: A Song on the birth of Christ
      • Whitbourn: Hodie
      • Whitehead: Rocking
      • Whitehead: The darkest midnight in December
      • Whitehead: The seven joys of Mary
      • Wibberley: In splendoribus sanctorum
      • Young: Song of the crib (Joseph dearest, Joseph mine)
    • Epiphany
      • Barnes: O lovely voices of the sky
      • Dyke: Three kings
      • Halsey: Magi veniunt ab oriente
      • Hemingway: Rejoice and be merry
      • Ledger: O master, let me walk with thee
      • Ledger/Miller: Gift of love
      • Lloyd: Epiphany responsory
      • Lloyd: It was upon the twelfth day
      • Marlow: Epiphany responsory
      • Millington: Eastern monarchs
      • Moore: A babe is born
      • Moore: Behold, O God our defender
      • Moore: Lord, when the wise men
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      • Moore: Love of love
      • Moore: Noel nouvelet
      • Moore: One thing have I desired of the Lord
      • Moore: We three kings
      • Neary: O worship the Lord
      • Neary: We three kings
      • Nixon: Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing?
      • Sanders: A star shining in the East
      • Scott Whiteley: Reges tharsis
      • Tracey: Eastern monarchs, sages three
      • Trepte: Arise, shine
      • Turner: Nativity carol
    • The Presentation of Christ in the Temple (Candlemas)
      • Moore: Love of love
      • Shephard: Eternal light!
    • Ordinary Time
      • Beaumont: Christ is all in all
      • Ferguson: Two anthems
      • Halls: View me, Lord, a work of thine
      • Ledger: O master, let me walk with thee
      • Lloyd: Kindle a light to lighten the darkness
      • Mold: In olden time and distant land
      • Moore: Love of love
      • Moore: Trust in the Lord
      • Whitbourn: Blessings on you from the Lord
      • Whitbourn: Crown my heart
    • Lent & Passiontide
      • Bielby: Let there be respect for the earth (The Millennium resolution)
      • Creese: In manus tuas
      • Ferguson: On another’s sorrow / Jesu, by thy wounded feet
      • Goode: Like as the hart
      • Halsey: Two Passiontide anthems
      • Hewitt Jones: Drop, drop slow tears
      • Kelly: Like as the hart
      • MacDonald: Miserere mei, Deus
      • Mason: Domine, exaudi vocem meam
      • Moore: Jesu, grant me this I pray
      • Nixon: There is a green hill
      • Noon: In the Cross of Christ I glory
      • Parnell: Dear Lord and Father of mankind
      • Ridout: Prevent us, O Lord
      • Skellern: Trisagion
      • Tappe: Christus factus est
    • Palm Sunday
      • Ledger: Ride on, ride on in majesty
      • Lloyd: St Matthew passion
      • Mawby: The donkey
      • Moore: St Mark passion
      • Scott: St Luke passion
      • Trepte: Hosanna to the son of David
    • Maundy Thursday
      • Chivers: Ubi caritas et amor
      • Kelly: Ave verum corpus
      • Lloyd: Thee we adore
      • Lole: Ubi caritas et amor
      • Ridout: Christus factus est
      • Tappe: Christus factus est
    • Good Friday
      • Archer: Were you there?
      • Cousins: Crux fidelis
      • Higginbottom: Crux fidelis
      • Lloyd: The reproaches
      • Lloyd: Were you there?
      • Lloyd: When I survey the wondrous Cross
      • Millington: Tristis est anima mea
      • Nixon: Were you there?
      • Price: St John passion
      • Ridout: Christus factus est
      • Rogers: Good Friday
      • Tappe: Christus factus est
    • Easter
      • Ashfield: Rise heart, thy Lord is risen
      • Bertalot: On Easter Day our Lord arose
      • Cleobury: Thine be the glory
      • Ferguson: Love is come again
      • Ferguson: Thus on Easter-morrow
      • Halsey: Spring bursts today
      • Halsey: The world itself keeps Easter Day
      • Hone: Gabriel’s message does away
      • Ledger: Christ’s journey
      • Ledger: Easter song of praise
      • Ledger: Mary, cease from sadness now
      • Ledger: O think of stepping ashore
      • Ledger: The risen Christ
      • Ledger: Sing for joy
      • Ledger: This joyful Eastertide
      • Ledger: When two friends on Easter Day
      • Llewellyn: Most glorious Lord of life
      • Lloyd: Now glad of heart
      • Lole: I got me flowers
      • Lumsden: Now the green blade riseth
      • MacDonald: Andrew’s song (Love bade me welcome)
      • Millington: Christ the Lord is risen!
      • Mold: In olden time and distant land
      • Moore: Now the green blade riseth
      • Moore: O filii et filiae
      • Munch: Easter St John
      • Nixon: Alleluia, Christ has risen
      • Nixon: Love’s redeeming work is done
      • Noon: Love bade me welcome
      • Noon: Walking in the garden
      • Rogers: Hail, Easter bright
      • Rogers: Ye choirs of new Jerusalem
      • Shephard: The angel rolled the stone away
      • Skellern: Easter song
      • Svane: Christ is risen from the dead!
      • Tanner: Christ the Lord is risen!
      • Trepte: Jesus Christ is risen
    • Ascension
      • Radcliffe: The heavens declare
      • Radcliffe: The Lord is king
      • Sanders: King of glory
      • Swinton: King of glory, King of peace
    • Pentecost (Whit Sunday)
      • Aston: If ye love me
      • Aston: Listen, sweet Dove
      • Aston: The wilderness
      • Beaumont: Come, Holy Ghost
      • Ferguson: Two anthems
      • Hewitt Jones: Veni Sancte Spiritus
      • Lawson: Litany to the Holy Spirit
      • Lloyd: Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost
      • Lloyd: O God, who through the grace of thy Holy Spirit
      • Lole: O God, the Holy Spirit
      • Lole/Lloyd: The spirit of truth
      • Radcliffe: The heavens declare
      • Shephard: The burning bush
      • Whitbourn: Glory to thee, O Lord
    • Trinity
      • Cleobury: Oculi omnium
      • Halsey: O Lux, beata Trinitas
      • Kelly: For adoration
      • Ledger: We praise the Lord, our God
      • Lloyd: Great Lord of Lords
      • Lole: A Sarum blessing
      • Price: Echo carol
      • Ridout: Cantique de Jean Racine
      • Sanders: Come, my way
      • Sanders: Oculi omnium
    • Corpus Christi
      • Cleobury: Oculi omnium
      • Ives: O sacrum convivium
      • Kelly: Ave verum corpus
      • Lloyd: Thee we adore
      • McCormick: O salutaris hostia
      • Noon: O sacrum convivium
      • Sanders: Oculi omnium
    • Dedication Festival
      • Elliott: So come to him
      • Gower: Blest are the pure in heart
      • Lawson: Christ is made the sure foundation
      • Ledger: I will lift up mine eyes
      • Lewis: It came even to pass
      • Lole: A living stone
      • Sanders: I will lift up mine eyes
      • Scott: When, in our music, God is glorified
    • All Saints'
      • Barton: The souls of the righteous
      • Bryden: Rejoice in the Lord
      • Gower: The communion of saints
      • Halsey: O quam gloriosum
      • Kelly: Praise his name in the dance
      • Lole: For all thy saints, O Lord
      • Lole: How bright these glorious spirits shine
      • Noon: O quam gloriosum
      • Rogers: How bright these glorious spirits shine
      • Shephard: Eternal light!
    • Christ the King
      • Lloyd: Great Lord of Lords
      • Radcliffe: The Lord is king
      • Sanders: King of glory
      • Swinton: King of glory, King of peace
  2. Times
    • Blessed Virgin Mary
      • Bertalot: The annunciation
      • Cousins: Ave Maria (I) (ATB)
      • Cousins: Ave Maria (II) (sops)
      • Dinnage: Gabriel’s message
      • Halsey: Blessed be thou, O queen of heaven
      • Halsey: Nova! Nova!
      • Hemingway: Mary’s magnificat
      • Higginbottom: Ave Maria
      • Hone: Gabriel’s message does away
      • Kelly: A cradle of carols
      • Kelly: The Linden tree
      • King: A virgin most pure
      • Ledger: A spotless rose
      • Ledger: The voice of the angel Gabriel
      • Lloyd: The Linden tree
      • Mason: Ave Maria
      • Moore: Lo! That is a marvellous change
      • Nixon: Gabriel’s message
      • Noon: Salve Regina
      • Radcliffe: I sing of a maiden
      • Ross: I sing of a maiden
      • Stokes: Angelus ad virginem
      • Whitbourn: Of one that is so fair and bright
      • Whitbourn: The song of Hannah
    • Feasts & Holy Days
      • Bryden: O let the heart beat high with bliss
      • Kelly: Prayer of St Francis
      • Ledger: Almighty God (St Luke’s day)
      • Lole: Angels
      • Lole: A living stone
      • Millington: Christ the fair glory of the holy angels
      • Nixon: From heaven’s height Christ spake to call (Peter and Paul)
      • Noon: A song for St Cecilia’s day
      • Ridout: St John the Baptists (24 June)
      • Shephard: I saw in the night visions
    • General
      • Aston: Let us, with a gladsome mind
      • Barton: The souls of the righteous
      • Beaumont: Jesu, the very thought of thee
      • Bielby: Let there be respect for the earth (The Millennium resolution)
      • Brightwell: Tantum ergo
      • Brightwell: The Lord bless you and keep you
      • Brown: Steal away
      • Bryden: O let the heart beat high with bliss
      • Cadden: Peace be to this congregation
      • Elliott: I am the good shepherd
      • Godfrey: Father, hear the prayer we offer
      • Godfrey: Take my life
      • Gower: Bring us, O Lord God
      • Gower: Jesu, the very thought of thee
      • Gower: Two prayers
      • Grindle: Jesu, the very thought of thee
      • Grindle: We believe in God the Father
      • Halsey: Christ was the word
      • Halsey: Prayer of St Richard
      • Hewitt Jones: Loving wisdom
      • Hutto: The last word of St Alban
      • Lawson: Christ is made the sure foundation
      • Ledger: Amazing grace
      • Ledger: All creatures of our God and king
      • Ledger: Thanksgiving hymn
      • Ledger: The power and glory
      • Lloyd: A garland of praise
      • Lole: May the mystery of God enfold us
      • Mawby: A vision of heaven
      • Millington: Domine, exaudi nos
      • Millington: Give me my scallop-shell of quiet
      • Millington: Victim divine
      • Moore: Caedmon of Whitby’s first hymn
      • Moore: Christ be my beginning
      • Nixon: From heaven’s height Christ spake to call
      • Nixon: Ring out, ye crystal spheres
      • Nixon: Praise our God with mirth!
      • O'Donnell: Two hymns from the royal wedding
      • Parnell: And I saw a new heaven
      • Parsons: Steal away
      • Quinn: Adoremus in aeternum
      • Quinn: Jesu, dulcis memoria
      • Quinn: O esca viatorum
      • Shephard: Lord, I have loved the habitation of thy house
      • Shephard: One thing have I desired of the Lord
      • Scott: When, in our music, God is glorified
      • Svane: At every beat of my heart
      • Tanner: A Celtic psalm
      • Tappe: O gladsome light
      • Tavinor: Surely the Lord is in this place
      • Thurlow: The Lord’s supper
      • Trepte: Teach us good Lord
    • Harvest
      • Bielby: Let there be respect for the earth (The Millennium resolution)
      • Cousins: All creation bless the Lord
      • Ferguson: Sing to the Lord of harvest
      • Jacob: O praise the Lord (Psalm 117)
      • Kelly: For adoration
      • Ledger: All creatures of our God and king
      • Lole: For the beauty of the earth
      • Moore: Caedmon of Whitby’s first hymn
      • Nixon: Harvest carol
    • Invocations & Benedictions
      • Cadden: Peace be to this congregation
      • Godfrey: May the road rise with you
      • Gower: Two prayers
      • Lloyd: God be in my head
      • Lloyd: The gate of heaven
      • Lole: May the mystery of God enfold us
      • Lole: A Sarum blessing
      • Millington: Festal introits
      • Pugh: God be in my head
      • Quinn: Jesu, dulcis memoria
      • Shephard: May the power of your love
      • Skellern: A Celtic benediction
      • Swinton: God be in my head
      • Whitbourn: Blessings on you from the Lord
      • Whitbourn: A Celtic prayer
      • Whitbourn: Glory to thee, O Lord
    • Morning & Evening
      • Cleobury: Abide with me
      • Cousins: Be joyful!
      • Creese: In manus tuas
      • Higginbottom: Te lucis ante terminum
      • Grindle: Let my prayer come up
      • Ledger: Jubilate Deo
      • Lloyd: God be in my head
      • Lole: An evening prayer
      • Parnell: Dear Lord and Father of mankind
      • Price: Echo carol
      • Pugh: God be in my head
      • Ridout: Our Father
      • Sanders: O Lord, support us all the day long
      • Swinton: God be in my head
      • Tappe: O gladsome light
      • Whitbourn: Venite
  3. Initiation Services
    • Holy Baptism
      • Kelly: For adoration
      • Lloyd: O God, who through the grace of thy Holy Spirit
    • Confirmation
      • Aston: If ye love me
      • Kelly: For adoration
      • Lloyd: O God, who through the grace of thy Holy Spirit
      • Lole/Lloyd: The spirit of truth
  4. Pastoral Services
    • Wholeness & Healing
      • Godfrey: May the road rise with you
      • Lloyd: O God, who through the grace of thy Holy Spirit
      • Lole/Lloyd: The spirit of truth
      • Lole: A Sarum blessing
      • Shephard: May the power of your love
      • Skellern: A Celtic benediction
      • Whitbourn: A Celtic prayer
      • Whitbourn: Blessings on you from the Lord
    • Marriage
      • Aston: If ye love me
      • Bolton: My beloved
      • Brightwell: The Lord bless you and keep you
      • Cleobury: Descants for Choirs,
      • Book 1 Praise & Worship
      • Chivers: Ubi caritas et amor
      • Cleobury: Love divine, all loves excelling
      • Cousins: Be joyful!
      • Godfrey: Day by day
      • Godfrey: Just exchange
      • Gower: Blessed be the God and Father
      • Kelly: Caribbean psalm
      • Kelly: For adoration
      • Ledger: Amazing grace
      • Ledger: I will lift up mine eyes
      • Ledger: Jubilate Deo
      • Lloyd: God be in my head
      • Lloyd: To Christ, the prince of peace
      • Lole: Love from God
      • Lole: May the mystery of God enfold us
      • Lole: My beloved is mine
      • Lole: Ubi caritas et amor
      • Mold: O father by whose sovereign sway
      • Moore: Love of love
      • Noon: Set me as a seal
      • Noon: O perfect love
      • O'Donnell: Two hymns from the royal wedding
      • Parnell: And I saw a new heaven
      • Pugh: God be in my head
      • Radcliffe: The Lord is my shepherd
      • Sanders: Come, my way
      • Sanders: I will lift up mine eyes
      • Shephard: May the power of your love
      • Svane: At every beat of my heart
      • Swinton: God be in my head
      • Tanner: A Celtic psalm
      • Thurlow: Delight thou in the Lord
      • Whitbourn: Come to the wedding
      • Whitbourn: Crown my heart
    • Funeral & Remembrance
      • Barton: The souls of the righteous
      • Bielby: May choirs of angels receive him
      • Bramma: Russian contakion of the departed
      • Bramma: The souls of the righteous
      • Chivers: For the fallen
      • Chivers: The Kohima epitaph
      • Elliott: Hear O Israel
      • Ferguson: Two anthems
      • Gower: Bring us, O Lord God
      • Kelly: Caribbean psalm
      • Kelly: For the fallen
      • Ledger: Do not stand at my grave and weep
      • Ledger: I will lift up mine eyes
      • Ledger: O think of stepping ashore
      • Ledger: Pie Jesu
      • Ledger: Requiem (A thanksgiving for life)
      • Ledger: Thanksgiving hymn
      • Ledger: With grateful hearts
      • Lloyd: God be in my head
      • Lloyd: Kindle a light to lighten the darkness
      • Mawby: Do not stand at my grave and weep
      • Mawby: In everlasting memory
      • Moore: In paradisum
      • Moore: Requiem
      • Parnell: And I saw a new heaven
      • Pugh: God be in my head
      • Radcliffe: The Lord is my shepherd
      • Ridout: May the eternal God
      • Sanders: A prayer
      • Sanders: I will lift up mine eyes
      • Sanders: Requiem
      • Svane: At every beat of my heart
      • Swinton: God be in my head
      • Tadman-Robins: Loving shepherd
      • Tanner: A Celtic psalm
      • Whitbourn: This is my commandment
    • Ordination
      • Ferguson: Two anthems
      • Lawson: The unity of the Spirit
      • Trepte: Teach us good Lord
  5. Holy Communion
    • Holy Communion
      • Barley: Author of life divine
      • Barley: Not everyone that saith unto me
      • Beaumont: Christ is all in all
      • Beaumont: With God before me
      • Bielby: Let there be respect for the earth (The Millennium resolution)
      • Brightwell: Tantum ergo
      • Chivers: Ubi caritas et amor
      • Cleobury: Oculi omnium
      • Ives: O sacrum convivium
      • Kelly: Ave verum corpus
      • Kelly: For adoration
      • Lloyd: God be in my head
      • Lloyd: Thee we adore
      • Lloyd: To Christ, the prince of peace
      • Lole: Ubi caritas et amor
      • Noon: O sacrum convivium
      • Pugh: God be in my head
      • Ridout: Our Father
      • Ridout: Prevent us, O Lord
      • Sanders: Oculi omnium
      • Skellern: A Celtic benediction
      • Tadman-Robins: Just as I am
      • Tadman-Robins: Loving shepherd
      • Thurlow: The Lord’s supper
      • Whitbourn: A Celtic prayer
  6. Music for the Liturgy
    • Mass/Holy Communion
      • Cox: Missa brevis
      • Gower: Missa festiva
      • Hand: Stamford Communion service
      • Kelly: Missa brevis (Peterborough)
      • Lloyd: Chichester Mass
      • Millington: Missa alme pater
      • Moore: Missa in Tempore Paschali
      • Noon: Missa Parisiorum
      • Price: Portsmouth service
      • Shephard: Walsingham Mass
    • Morning Prayer
      • Ashfield: Te Deum Laudamus
      • Bullard: Dover Te Deum
      • Ledger: Jubilate Deo
      • Lole: O be joyful in the Lord
      • Moore: Benedictus
      • Whitbourn: Venite, exultemus Domino
    • Preces & Responses
      • Aston: Preces, Responses & The Lord’s Prayer
      • Beaumont: Preces & Responses
      • Chivers: Hong Kong Preces & Responses
      • Corp: Preces, Responses & The Lord’s Prayer
      • Edwards: Preces & Responses
      • Ferguson: Preces, Responses & The Lord’s Prayer
      • Gower: Canterbury Responses
      • Grindle: Preces, Responses & The Lord’s Prayer
      • Grote: Preces, Responses & The Lord’s Prayer (SATB)
      • Grote: Preces, Responses & The Lord’s Prayer (SSS)
      • Halsey: Melbourne Responses
      • Kelly: Preces, Responses & The Lord’s Prayer
      • Lewis: Preces, Responses & The Lord’s Prayer
      • Lloyd: Preces, Responses & The Lord’s Prayer (set 2)
      • MacDonald: Preces & Responses
      • Marlow: Preces & Responses
      • Mason: Preces, Responses & The Lord’s Prayer
      • Millington: Preces & Responses
      • Moore: Preces, Responses & The Lord’s Prayer
      • Noon: Preces & Responses
      • Parnell: Preces & Responses
      • Stokes: Preces & Responses
      • Svane: Preces, Responses & The Lord’s Prayer
      • Thomas: Preces & Responses
    • Evening Prayer
      • Aston: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis in G
      • Aston: St Andrew’s service
      • Hemingway: The King’s service
      • Johnson: Service on plainsong tones
      • Kelly: Jamaican canticles
      • Kelly: Peterborough service
      • Lloyd: Durham service
      • Lloyd: St Cuthbert service (Plainsong)
      • Lloyd: St Radegund service (Plainsong)
      • Lole: St David’s service
      • Lumsdon: Lichfield service (Plainsong)
      • Moore: Cantate Domino & Deus misereatur
      • Moore: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis (Plainsong)
      • Moore: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis (St John’s)
      • Moore: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis (St Pancras)
      • Moore: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis (St Thomas)
      • Moore: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis (St Woolos)
      • Nixon: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis (Plainsong)
      • Radcliffe: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis in C
      • Ridout: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis in B flat
      • Ridout: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis in F
      • Sanders: Gloucester service
      • Sanders: Hereford service
      • Sanders: Lichfield service
      • Svane: St Thomas Service
      • Tanner: Southwark centenary service