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Experiences of Choral Evensong

14 May 2019

Have you ever been to Choral Evensong?

At the University of Oxford, we are researching what Choral Evensong means to the thousands of people who attend this ancient service in Anglican churches, cathedrals, chapels, abbeys and minsters every day.

If you are a Choral Evensong-goer, we want to hear from you!

The survey is open to people of all beliefs and none, whatever your motivations for attending, and however often you go.

We look forward to reading your views.

Requirements

  • Age 16 or over
  • All faiths and none
  • You simply need to have attended at least one Choral Evensong service and be able to remember the experience well.
  • We are presently particularly keen to hear from people who have been to Choral Evensong service in the UK, wherever they might live in the world.

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Ethical approval

This study has been reviewed by, and received ethics clearance through the University of Oxford Central University Research Ethics Committee, reference R61984/RE001.

About the researcher

This online survey is part of a three-year AHRC doctoral research project exploring the role of Choral Evensong in the UK in the 21st century.

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