Evening Prayer (on Zoom)

On Saturdays 7pm the choir and members of the church council meet on Zoom to say Evening Prayer. You’re very welcome to join! Just send me an email (music@anglican-church-hamburg.de) and you’ll get a link. You can also join us offline of course, saying Evening Prayer in your home. Here is the order of service.—Yotin Tiewtrakul, Choirmaster

Evening Prayer (on Zoom)

On Saturdays 7pm the choir and members of the church council meet on Zoom to say Evening Prayer. You’re very welcome to join! Just send me an email (music@anglican-church-hamburg.de) and you’ll get a link. You can also join us offline of course, saying Evening Prayer in your home. Here is the order of service.—Yotin Tiewtrakul, Choirmaster

Evening Prayer (on Zoom)

On Saturdays 7pm the choir and members of the church council meet on Zoom to say Evening Prayer. You’re very welcome to join! Just send me an email (music@anglican-church-hamburg.de) and you’ll get a link. You can also join us offline of course, saying Evening Prayer in your home. Here is the order of service.—Yotin Tiewtrakul, Choirmaster

Evening Prayer (on Zoom)

On Saturdays 7pm the choir and members of the church council meet on Zoom to say Evening Prayer. You’re very welcome to join! Just send me an email (music@anglican-church-hamburg.de) and you’ll get a link. You can also join us offline of course, saying Evening Prayer in your home. Here is the order of service.—Yotin Tiewtrakul, Choirmaster

Evening Prayer (on Zoom)

On Saturdays 7pm the choir and members of the church council meet on Zoom to say Evening Prayer. You’re very welcome to join! Just send me an email (music@anglican-church-hamburg.de) and you’ll get a link. You can also join us offline of course, saying Evening Prayer in your home. Here is the order of service.—Yotin Tiewtrakul, Choirmaster

#stayconnected: Read (say, sing) through the psalms in a month

An invitation by our choirmaster Yotin Tiewtrakul to join our Zoom Evening Prayer (every Saturday at 7pm), and a suggestion to read (or say or sing!) through the Psalms from 1 to 150 in a month:

Psalms in a month according to the Book of Common Prayer

The Book of Common Prayer divides the psalms into sections for the thirty days of the month. So for example for Day 1 the appointed psalms are Psalms 1-5 for Morning Prayer and Psalms 6-8 for Evening Prayer.

  • Day 1: Psalms 1-5 / Psalms 6-8
  • Day 2: Psalms 9-11 / Psalms 12-14
  • Day 3: Psalms 15-17 / Psalm 18
  • Day 4: Psalms 19-21 / Psalms 22-23
  • Day 5: Psalms 24-26 / Psalms 27-29
  • Day 6: Psalms 30-31 / Psalms 32-34
  • Day 7: Psalms 35-36 / Psalm 37
  • Day 8: Psalms 38-40 / Psalms 41-43
  • Day 9: Psalms 44-46 / Psalms 47-49
  • Day 10: Psalms 50-52 / Psalms 53-55
  • Day 11: Psalms 56-58 / Psalms 59-61
  • Day 12: Psalms 62-64 / Psalms 65-67
  • Day 13: Psalm 68 / Psalms 69-70
  • Day 14: Psalms 71-72 / Psalms 73-74 
  • Day 15: Psalms 75-77 / Psalm 78
  • Day 16: Psalms 79-81 / Psalms 82-85 
  • Day 17: Psalms 86-88 / Psalm 89
  • Day 18: Psalms 90-92 / Psalms 93-94 
  • Day 19: Psalms 95-97 / Psalms 98-101
  • Day 20: Psalms 102-103 / Psalm 104
  • Day 21: Psalm 105 / Psalm 106
  • Day 22: Psalm 107 / Psalms 108-109
  • Day 23: Psalms 110-113 / Psalms 114-115
  • Day 24: Psalms 116-118 / Psalm 119 (verses 1-32)
  • Day 25: Psalm 119 (verses 33-72) / Psalm 119 (verses 73-104)
  • Day 26: Psalm 119 (verses 105-144) / Psalm 119 (verses 145-176)
  • Day 27: Psalms 120-125 / Psalms 126-131
  • Day 28: Psalms 132-135 / Psalms 136-138
  • Day 29: Psalms 139-141 / Psalms 142-143
  • Day 30: Psalms 144-146 / Psalms 147-150

Maybe you’d like to just jump in and follow this ancient practice? If you just pick one time during the day to read (or say or sing) the appointed psalms you can of course do Psalms 1-8 on the first day etc. What to do when a month has 31 days? How about reciting one or two of your favourites? Those which really spoke to you?