The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Service At St. Paul’s Cathedral – All the Details

QueenMore details about Queen Elizabeth’s Jubilee are being disclosed, and surprisingly, royal fans will see the Queen when she attends the Platinum Jubilee service at St. Paul’s. This is happy news indeed as the Queen is expected to take little part in the celebrations as a result of her limited mobility.

Here’s the details of the programs scheduled for the Platinum Jubilee service.

Palace Reveals Details About St. Paul’s Service to Honor the Queen’s 70-year Reign

On Friday, June 3, the Queen, along with several members of the Royal Family, will attend a church service held at St. Paul.

The service will see the ringing of one of the country’s largest bells, the Great Paul, which will be the first time it would have been heard during a royal occasion.

Master of the Queen’s Music, Judith Weir, will be performing a new anthem with lyrics from the third Chapter of the Book of Proverbs.

Bible readings, hymns and prayers of gratitude for the Queen’s long reign and for her faithful service to her country.

Details About St. Paul’s Platinum Jubilee Exhibition

Speaking about the Jubilee exhibition opening on May 25, the Dean of St Paul’s, the Very Reverend Dr David Ison, said: “It is a great honour to hold a service of thanksgiving for the reign of Her Majesty the Queen and to celebrate her 70 years of service to the UK and the Commonwealth.

“We are also delighted to open a brand new exhibition documenting previous Jubilee celebrations across three centuries.

“From rich and beautiful textiles to treasured photographs and scrapbooks, the story emerges of the excitement and anticipation of each Jubilee celebration, and the unique role that St Paul’s holds in ceremonial occasions.”

The exhibition, called Jubilee: St Paul’s, The Monarch And The Changing World, will feature objects from the cathedral’s archive in order to present royal celebrations spanning three centuries, from King George III to the Queen’s Silver, Golden and Diamond Jubilees.

Choir for the Queen, a community outreach music project, will see St. Paul’s dedicate learning resources to enable school children aged 4 – 15 from across the U.K. and around the world share a video singing their favourite hymn as a musical gift for the monarch.

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