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Vicar's News - 6 November 2022

Updated: Nov 18, 2022

All Saints Day

This weekend we celebrate All Saints'. The music at the 10am service will be:

Prelude: III. Andante from Sonata No. 3 – Alexandre Guilmant (1837-1911)

Hymns: Processional For all the Saints

Gradual Dear Lord and Father of mankind

Thanksgiving Now we come, our heavenly Father

Post Communion Be thou my vision, O Lord of my heart

Setting: Christ Church Mass – Philip Matthias (b. 1954)

Psalm: 149:1-5; TiS 95

Anthem: When the Saints Go Marching In – arr. John Rutter (b.1945)

Motet: Author of life divine – John Edwards (1805-1885)

Postlude: Rhosymedre – Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)


Remembrance Sunday 13 November 2022

Remembrance Eucharist at 10am

We will celebrate Remembrance Sunday next week on 13 November at the 8am and 10am services. Medals may be worn.

Music at the 10am service will be:

Prelude: Elegy – George Thalben-Ball (1896-1987)

Hymns: Processional Christ, whose glory fills the skies

Gradual Sometimes a light surprises

Thanksgiving Amazing grace

Post Communion The strife is o’er, the battle done

Setting: Christ Church Mass – Philip Matthias (b. 1954)

Psalm: A Song of Isaiah; Mallis

Anthem: And I saw a new heaven – Malcolm Archer (b.1952)

Motet: Verily, verily I say unto you – Thomas Tallis (1505-1585)

Postlude: March in B-flat – Edmonstoune Duncan (1866-1920)

Remembrance Sunday Concert

Lachlan McDonald (baritone) and Timothy Mallis (piano) present a recital in memory of the fallen. Weaving English and Australian poetry, this concert is a chance to reflect on the wars of the past and present. In particular, it will feature the song cycles of Gerald Finzi (Air, and Earth, and Rain) and Timothy Mallis (The Burning Marl).

• When: Sunday 13 November, 2pm

• Where: St Andrew’s Anglican Church, Brighton (corner of Church and New Streets)

• Tickets: $30, plus ticket fee - book here

• Doors open 1.45pm



The Requiem Mass for The Reverend Dr Brian Porter will be held at St Andrew's on Saturday 5 November. Brian was a well-known and much loved Anglican priest who served in various capacities in this Diocese and others, particularly remembered as School Chaplain at Melbourne Grammar and lastly Brighton Grammar. I expect a large crown of Anglicans to be in attendance. Our sympathies are extended to Muriel Porter and her family at this time.