It’s Trinity Sunday on the 26th May. The church celebrates the Trinity, which refers to the Father, Son and Holy Spirit being one God.
At Sung Eucharist, the Choir will sing two anthems by English composer Sir John Stainer (1840-1901) – God so loved the world and I am Alpha and Omega.
He composed a great deal of music throughout his life, God So Loved the World comes from what is arguably the most famous piece he wrote The Crucifixion.
He also wrote several hymn tunes including Love Divine and arrangements of Christmas carols, such as God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen and Good King Wenceslas.
This video the Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral singing God so loved the world by Stainer.