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Once in Royal David’s City

Once in Royal David’s City

Another song of the season for your Sunday evening pleasure:


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Paul Woodrum

It’s nice to get a glimpse of the goal. The beauty of the music and of the Kings College chapel brought tears to my eyes. Worship pure and undefiled.

Bill Dilworth

I imagine the Advent Police wearing trenchcoats and fedoras of the appropriate liturgical color (purple or Sarum blue) confronting you: “Advent calendar, please.”

Ann Fontaine

Yes Bill – but I was watching Advent Lessons and Carols – and it was in it. I will probably get a visit from the Advent Police. Will try to find something more seasonal next week – suggestions? the Gospel is John the Baptist preaching.

Bill Dilworth

I dunno – this may be jumping the gun a bit…

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