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Christmas Morning Service


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from St George 's Chapel, Windsor Castle in the presence of HM The Queen
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and other members of the Royal Family.
Conducted by THE REV Q. H. WILSON Preacher THE RT REV MICHAEL MANN , Dean of Windsor
Choir directed by CHRISTOPHER ROBINSON. Organist JOHN PORTER Described by TOM FLEMING
CHOIR: Up! good Christen folk; Processional Hymn: Hark! the herald angels sing; Hymn: Angels, from the realms of glory; Psalm 19
Lesson: Isaiah 35, read by CANON G. B. BENTLEY
Te Deum (Stanford in c)
Lesson: John 3, w 16-21, read by CANON D. J. BURGESS choir: When Christ was born of Mary free; Creed and Collects for Christmas Day; Sermon; Hymn: 0 come, all ye faithful; Prayers and Blessing; National Anthem; Organ Voluntary: Finale from Symphony No 1 by Vierne
TV presentation RAYMOND SHORT
11.47 Weather JACK SCOTT


Unknown: H. Wilson
Unknown: Michael Mann
Directed By: Christopher Robinson.
Organist: John Porter
Unknown: Tom Fleming
Read By: Canon G. B. Bentley
Read By: Te Deum
Read By: Canon D. J. Burgess
Unknown: Chris Holcombe
Unknown: Lighting Alan Roberts
Unknown: Jack Scott

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Christmas Morning Service

BBC One London, 25 December 1981 10.30

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