Seasons & Liturgical Uses

Carol services in the Christmas season

Finding the right music for carol services can often pose a problem. But our video is designed to help choir directors take an imaginative new look at the available repertoire for Christmas. If you planning a Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols, we have provided suggestions, lesson by lesson, for carols that could be used to punctuate the sequence of readings from the Bible.


Seasons and times

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
      • Brown: A promise
      • Brown: Remember, O thou man
      • 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)
      • Cox: I sing of a maiden
      • Dinnage: Gabriel’s message
      • Doughty: Man’s first disobedience
      • Edwards: The truth from above
      • Elfyn Jones: Adam’s fall
      • Elfyn Jones: Faith in waiting
      • 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
      • Grote: The earth is the Lord’s
      • 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: A tender shoot
      • Hewitt Jones: Hark what a sound
      • Higginbottom: Ave Maria
      • Hitel: Hark the glad sound!
      • Hone: Gabriel’s message does away
      • Huxley: Stay awake!
      • Johnson: I sing of a maiden
      • Johnson: There is no rose
      • 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
      • Leighton Jones: Adam lay ybounden
      • 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: Advent responsories
      • MacDonald: O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
      • 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 record of John
      • Moore: This is the truth sent from above
      • Moore: What is the crying at Jordan?
      • Morris: Ecce sacerdos magnus
      • Nicholas: The lord at first did Adam make
      • 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
      • Ridout: Adam (God who created this garden on earth)
      • Rogers: Adam, where are you?
      • Rogers: Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding
      • Rogers: Sinful Adam
      • Rogers: The fruit of life
      • 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
      • Svane: The fall of man
      • Swinton: The darkest midnight in December
      • Thomas: Adam lay ybounden
      • Tracey: Gabriel’s message
      • Trepte: Arise, shine
      • Trepte: Et incarnatus est
      • 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
      • Archer: What child is this
      • 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: Il est né, le divin Enfant!
      • 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
      • Blackwell: O night, peaceful and blest!
      • Brown: Remember, O thou man
      • 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: Past three a clock
      • Cleobury: Sing, choirs of angels
      • Cleobury: Tidings of joy
      • Corns: In dulci jubilo
      • Dibble: Dormi,Jesu!
      • Elfyn Jones: Adam’s fall
      • Elfyn Jones: Quem vidistis
      • Ferguson: Come, listen to my story
      • Ferguson: Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
      • Ferguson: Two carols
      • Filsell: Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
      • Gower: Love came down at Christmas
      • Gower: Kings and shepherds
      • Gower: The ballad of Mary
      • Grindle: A baby is born
      • Grindle: Heaven song
      • Grindle: Love came down at Christmas
      • Grote: Away in a manger
      • Grote: Four carols with descants
      • Grote: The promise of peace
      • Halsey: Nova! Nova!
      • Hemingway: Before the paling of the stars
      • Hewitt Jones: Loving wisdom
      • Higginbottom: Angels, from the realms of glory
      • Higginbottom: Rocking
      • Higginbottom: Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
      • Holst: Four old English carols
      • Ives: Rise up, shepherd!
      • Jackson: An angel came to Nazareth
      • Johnson: He is born the divine infant king
      • Johnson: I sing of a maiden
      • Johnson: Precious gift
      • Johnson: Songs of celebration
      • 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
      • Lambert: All was for an apple
      • Lambert: Away in a manger
      • Lambert: Hodie Christus natus est
      • Lambert: O magnum mysterium
      • Lambert: There was sweet music
      • Ledger: A little child there is yborn
      • Ledger: A spotless rose
      • Ledger: Angels, from the realms of glory
      • 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
      • Leighton Jones: How like an angel
      • 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: Gaudete, Christus est natus
      • 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
      • Moore: The angel Gabriel
      • 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
      • Nicholas: The lord at first did Adam make
      • Nixon: A babe in Bethlem’s manger laid
      • Nixon: Balulalow
      • Nixon: Behold a simple tender babe
      • Nixon: Coventry carol on a Ground
      • Nixon: Ding dong! Merrily on high
      • Nixon: Dormi, Jesu
      • Nixon: I saw three ships
      • Nixon: Near Bethlehem
      • Nixon: Ring out, ye crystal spheres
      • Nixon: The cherry tree carol
      • Nixon: The holly and the ivy
      • Nixon: The seven joys of Mary
      • 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
      • Preston: On Christmas Day
      • Pugh: Silent night
      • Quinney: Away in a manger
      • Quinney: Infant holy, infant lowly
      • Quinney: Sing lullaby
      • Quinney: Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
      • Ramsay: Coventry carol
      • Ridout: Adam (God who created this garden on earth)
      • Ridout: It was the winter wild
      • Rogers: A man was the first guilt
      • Rogers: Adam, where are you?
      • Rogers: Behold the great creator makes
      • Rogers: Blessed was she in her child
      • Rogers: Gabriel, brighter than the sun
      • 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
      • Scott: King Jesus hath a garden
      • Scott: Silent night
      • Shephard: The holy Son of God
      • Shephard: The shepherds heard the angels
      • Speakman: Rui, riu, chiu
      • Speakman: Tui sunt caeli
      • Stokes: Coventry carol
      • Svane: The fall of man
      • 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: A Song on the birth of Christ
      • Turner: Christmas card carols
      • Turner: Lullay my liking
      • Turner: Nativity carol
      • Whitbourn: Hodie
      • Whitehead: December song
      • Whitehead: Rocking
      • Whitehead: The darkest midnight in December
      • Whitehead: The seven joys of Mary
      • Wibberley: In splendoribus sanctorum
      • Woodward: Hodie
      • Young: Song of the crib (Joseph dearest, Joseph mine)
    • Epiphany
      • Archer: The journey
      • 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
      • came from far
      • 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
      • Gower: Anima Christi (Soul of Christ, sanctify me)
      • 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
      • Nixon: Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle
      • Noon: In the Cross of Christ I glory
      • Parnell: Dear Lord and Father of mankind
      • Parnell: God so loved the world
      • Reece-Trapp: Omnes amici mei
      • Ridout: Prevent us, O Lord
      • Skellern: Trisagion
      • Sparkhall: A renewal of faith
      • Tappe: Christus factus est
      • Trepte: Alone to sacrifice (Solus ad victimam)
    • Palm Sunday
      • Ledger: Ride on, ride on in majesty
      • Lloyd: St Matthew passion
      • Mawby: The donkey
      • Nixon: Palm Sunday antiphons
      • Moore: St Mark passion
      • Scott: St Luke passion
      • Trepte: Alone to sacrifice (Solus ad victimam)
      • 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
      • Millington: Tristis est anima mea
      • Moore: Ubi caritas
      • Ridout: Christus factus est
      • Tappe: Christus factus est
    • Good Friday
      • Archer: Were you there?
      • Bertalot: Were you there?
      • Cousins: Crux fidelis
      • Higginbottom: Crux fidelis
      • Lloyd: The reproaches
      • Lloyd: Were you there?
      • Lloyd: When I survey the wondrous Cross
      • Nixon: Were you there?
      • Noon: In the Cross of Christ I glory
      • Price: St John Passion
      • Reece-Trapp: Omnes amici mei
      • 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
      • Bertalot: This joyful Eastertide
      • Cleobury: Thine be the glory
      • Elfyn Jones: Christ the gardener
      • 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
      • Leighton: Mary in the garden
      • Llewellyn: Most glorious Lord of life
      • Lloyd: Now glad of heart
      • Lole: Easter
      • Lole: I got me flowers
      • Lumsden: Now the green blade riseth
      • MacDonald: Andrew’s song (Love bade me welcome)
      • MacDonald: This joyful Eastertide
      • 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
      • Sparkhall: A renewal of faith
      • Svane: Christ is risen from the dead!
      • Tanner: Christ the Lord is risen!
      • Trepte: Jesus Christ is risen
    • Ascension
      • Parnell: Crowned with glory
      • Radcliffe: The heavens declare
      • Radcliffe: The Lord is king
      • Sanders: King of glory
      • Svane: The Lord is king
      • 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
      • Lawson: The unity of the 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 on O Lux Beata
      • Ridout: Cantique de Jean Racine
      • Sanders: Come, my way
      • Sanders: Oculi omnium
      • Tappe: O gladsome light
    • Corpus Christi
      • Cole: Let all mortal flesh keep silence
      • Cleobury: Oculi omnium
      • Ives: O sacrum convivium
      • Kelly: Ave verum corpus
      • Lloyd: Thee we adore
      • McCormick: O salutaris hostia
      • Noon: O sacrum convivium
      • Quinn: Adoremus in aeternum
      • Quinn: O esca viatorum
      • 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: Citizens with the saints
      • 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
      • Johnson: I sing of a maiden
      • 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
      • Rogers: Blessed was she in her child
      • Rogers: Gabriel, brighter than the sun
      • Rogers: The fruit of life
      • 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
      • Bertalot: The annunciation
      • Bryden: O let the heart beat high with bliss
      • Kelly: Prayer of St Francis (4 October)
      • Gower: The communion of saints (29 June, Peter and Paul)
      • Ledger: Almighty God (18 October, St Luke’s Day)
      • Lole: Angels (29 September, Michael and All Angels)
      • Lole: A living stone
      • Millington: Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels (29 September, Michael and All Angels)
      • Nixon: From heaven’s height Christ spake to call (Peter and Paul)
      • Noon: A song for St Cecilia’s day (22 November)
      • Ridout: St John the Baptists (24 June)
      • Shephard: I saw in the night visions
      • Speakman: Tui sunt caeli (1 January, The Naming and Circumcision of Jesus)
    • 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
      • Cox: Keep me as the apple of an eye
      • Elliott: I am the good shepherd
      • Godfrey: Father, hear the prayer we offer
      • Godfrey: Take my life
      • Gower: Bring us, O Lord God
      • Gower: God, the Lord, is my strength
      • 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
      • Harper: As the apple tree
      • 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
      • Leighton Jones: How like an angel
      • Lloyd: A garland of praise
      • Lole: May the mystery of God enfold us
      • Lole: O Lord, I am your servant
      • MacDonald: A new psalme
      • MacDonald: Hope
      • MacDonald: Keep me as an apple
      • 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
      • Ramsay: An evening hymn
      • Reece-Trapp: Amazing grace
      • Reece-Trapp: God's people for God's world
      • Reece-Trapp: The great life eternal
      • Rogers: The national anthem (God save the Queen)
      • 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
      • Sparkhall: A renewal of faith
      • Speakman: Tui sunt caeli
      • Svane: At each beat of my heart
      • Svane: O God, you are my God
      • Tanner: A Celtic psalm
      • Tappe: O gladsome light
      • Tavinor: Surely the Lord is in this place
      • Thurlow: The Lord’s supper
      • Trepte: Praise the Lord
      • Trepte: Teach us good Lord
      • Vivian: Eternal Father, strong to save
    • 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
      • Scott: Like a mighty river flowing
    • 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
      • Scott: Like a mighty river flowing
      • Shephard: May the power of your love
      • Skellern: A Celtic benediction
      • Sparkhall: A renewal of faith
      • 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
      • Ramsay: An evening hymn
      • 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
      • Gower: Anima Christi (Soul of Christ, sanctify me)
      • 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 each beat of my heart
      • Swinton: God be in my head
      • Tanner: A Celtic psalm
      • Thurlow: Delight thou in the Lord
      • Vivian: Guide me, O thou great Redeemer
      • Vivian: Two royal descants
      • 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
      • Nixon: They shall not grow old
      • 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 each beat of my heart
      • Swinton: God be in my head
      • Tadman-Robins: Loving shepherd
      • Tanner: A Celtic psalm
      • Vivian: Eternal Father, strong to save
      • Whitbourn: This is my commandment
    • Ordination
      • Ferguson: Two anthems
      • Gower: God, the Lord, is my strength
      • 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
      • Gower: Anima Christi (Soul of Christ, sanctify me)
      • 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
      • Sharpe: Venite comedite
      • 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
      • Halls: Missa festiva
      • Hand: Stamford Communion service
      • Kelly: Missa brevis (Peterborough)
      • Lloyd: Chichester Mass
      • Millington: Missa alme pater
      • Moore: Missa in Tempore Paschali
      • Neary: Mass of the Redeemer
      • Noon: Missa Parisiorum
      • Price: Portsmouth service
      • Reece-Trapp: Mass for the mystery of faith
      • Scott: Missa Dies Resurrectionis
      • 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
      • Dibble (after Elgar): Preces, Responses & The Lord’s Prayer
      • Dibble (after Parry): 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
      • Lumsden: Lichfield service (Plainsong)
      • Moore: Cantate Domino & Deus misereatur
      • Moore: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis (Canterbury)
      • Moore: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis (John Scott Service)
      • 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)
      • Radcliffe: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis in C
      • Ridout: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis in B flat
      • Ridout: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis in F
      • Robinson: Ely service
      • Sanders: Gloucester service
      • Sanders: Hereford service
      • Sanders: Lichfield service
      • Svane: St Thomas Service
      • Tanner: Southwark centenary service