We are going to be in London for a few short days. On the 11th of June my plan is as follows:
- Tower of London
- Tower Bridge (photo stop)
- Borough market for lunch
We should be done by 3-4pm and was wondering if we can do the much talked about evensong at St Paul Cathedral. I understand that:
- it's free
- we'll not be able to tour inside but atleast get to sit inside and marvel at the immense beauty
Now here's my question: I checked the website and on most days it says the Choral Evensong but on the 11th it says: Sung Eucharist for St Barnabas.
What does that mean? Will this involve singing? I am looking for a never before experience of hymns and chorals. We have never been exposed to this and I love it when I see it in the movies :) Always good to see other cultures and how they praise the almighty.