Monthly Music Lists   (downloadable PDFs)

Jan 2016Feb 2016Mar 2016Apr 2016May 2016Jun 2016Jul 2016Sep 2016Oct 2016Nov 2016Dec 2016

Jan 2017Feb 2017Mar 2017Apr 2017;  May 2017;  Jun 2017Jul 2017Sep 2017Oct 2017Nov 2017

Music List December 2017

Sun 3rd 10.30am Family Eucharist Setting: How
Communion Motet:
Sun 10th 10.30am All Age Nativity Service  
Sun 17th 10.30am Choral Eucharist Setting:
Communion Motet:
Sun 24th 10.30am Family Eucharist Setting: How
Communion Motet:
Sun 24th 7pm Service of Nine Lessons and Carols  
Sun 24th 11.30pm Midnight Mass  
Christmas Day 10am All Age Christmas Service  
FEVA Window

A Knaresborough Window

Featuring Richard Darke & two of St John's choristers, the painting was installed at The Hub opposite the church in April 2015. It is one of a series of trompe l'oeil paintings displayed around the town, some permanently, others during the summer months for the FEVA arts festival.

Monthly Music Lists   (downloadable PDFs)

Jan 2016Feb 2016Mar 2016Apr 2016May 2016Jun 2016Jul 2016Sep 2016Oct 2016Nov 2016Dec 2016

Jan 2017Feb 2017Mar 2017Apr 2017;  May 2017;  Jun 2017Jul 2017Sep 2017Oct 2017

Music List October 2017

Sun 1st 10.30am Family Eucharist
Harvest Festival
Setting: How
Communion Motet: Thou visitest the earth (Greene)
Sun 8th 10.30am All Age Service  
Sun 15th 10.30am Choral Eucharist Setting: Sumsion in F
Communion Motet: Rejoice in the Lord alway (Anon)
Sun 22nd 10.30am Family Eucharist Setting: How
Communion Motet: If ye love me (Aston)
Sun 22nd 4pm Choral Evensong Introit: View me Lord (Lloyd)
Responses: Reading
Canticles: Philip Moore 3rd Service
Anthem: If ye love me (Aston)
Sun 29th 10.30am Family Eucharist Setting: How
Communion Motet: View me Lord (Lloyd)
Sun 29th 6.30pm Choral Evensong
at Selby Abbey
Introit: View me Lord (Lloyd)
Responses: Reading
Canticles: Philip Moore 3rd Service
Anthem: If ye love me (Aston)
FEVA Window

A Knaresborough Window

Featuring Richard Darke & two of St John's choristers, the painting was installed at The Hub opposite the church in April 2015. It is one of a series of trompe l'oeil paintings displayed around the town, some permanently, others during the summer months for the FEVA arts festival.