THE ROBIN CHAPEL, EDINBURGH
Sunday, 26 June, 2011 at 4.30pm
Festal Choral Evensong for Armed Forces Day 2011
INTROIT McKie, We wait for thy loving kindness
CANTICLES Dyson in D
ANTHEM Parry, Hear my words ye people
PREACHER The Revd Neil Gardner QHC
Domestic Chaplain to Her Majesty the Queen
CHAPLAIN The Revd Thomas Coupar
ORGANIST AND DIRECTOR OF MUSIC Mr Damien Mason
SUB ORGANIST Mr Simon Nieminski
THE CHOIR OF THE ROBIN CHAPEL
The Chaplain and Choir of the Robin Chapel, Edinburgh sing the service of Choral Evensong to celebrate Armed Forces Day 2011.
Wine and refreshments will be served after the service.
The Robin Chapel is an interdenominational Chapel set in the middle of the Thistle Foundation. The attractive chapel was built by Sir Frances and Lady Tudsbery in memory of their only son, Robin a lieutenant in the Royal Horse Guards (The Blues), who was killed in Germany in the last days of the Second World War while serving with his First Household Cavalry Regiment. His parents sought not only to commemorate a beloved son but also to further the spirit of unity and concord among Christian people. Each Sunday at 4.30pm the Chaplain and Choir of the Chapel sing the service of Choral Evensong with visiting preachers from different Christian churches. All are most welcome to join us in worship in the Chapel.
Further details of this service and directions can be found on the Chapel website: www.robinchapel.org.uk
Name: The Revd Thomas Coupar
Phone: 07814 588 904
Email: [email protected]
Added by Armed Forces Day on May 6, 2011