George H.W. Bush's funeral program for Wednesday's service at Washington National Cathedral

Before George H.W. Bush will be laid to rest in Texas, America's 41st president will first be honored with a funeral service at the Washington National Cathedral Wednesday morning.

Bush died on Nov. 30 at the age of 94. He will be buried at the George Bush Presidential Library at Texas A&M University Thursday alongside Barbara Bush, his wife of 73 years who died in April, and Robin Bush, the daughter they lost to leukemia in 1953 at age 3.

His funeral service will be attended by President Trump and the first lady, as well as all of the former living presidents. Son and former President George W. Bush will deliver a eulogy at the funeral.

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Read on for a look at the entire funeral program.

Departure Ceremony

After lying in state in the U.S. Capitol rotunda — where countless lawmakers and members of the public were able to pay their respects — Bush's casket will depart for the Washington National Cathedral.

Arrival

Bush will arrive at the Washington National Cathedral around 11 a.m. ET.

Organ Prelude

Organist George Fergus of the Washington National Cathedral

Musical Prelude

The United States Marine Corps: "Nocturne"

The Armed Forces Chorus: "Lay Me Low"

The United States Marine Orchestra: "Our Town"

The Armed Forces Chorus: "My Song in the Night"

The Armed Forces Chorus and the United States Marine Orchestra: "Hymn to the Fallen" and "America the Beautiful"

Musical Honors

The United States Coast Guard Band: "Four Ruffles and Flourishes," "Hail to the Chief" and "For All the Saints"

Reception of the Body

Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry, the presiding bishop of The Episcopal Church

Right Rev. Mariann Edgar Budde the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington

Introit

The Cathedral Choir: "My House Shall be Called a House of Prayer."

Anthems in Procession

Rev. Dr. Russell Levenson Jr., rector of St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Houston, Texas

Hymn

"Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven"

Collect for Burial

Very Rev. Randolph Marshall Hollerith, dean of the Washington National Cathedral

First Reading 

Isaiah 60: 1-5; 18-20 by Lauren Bush and Ashley Walker Bush

Tribute

Jon Meacham, presidential historian and author

Anthem

The Cathedral Choir: "The King of My Love My Shepherd Is"

Second Reading

Revelation 21: 1-4; 23-25 by Jenna Bush Hager

Tribute

Former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney

Tribute

Former Wyoming Sen. Alan Simpson

Anthem

Soloist Ronan Tynan, the Armed Forces Chorus and the United States Marine Orchestra: "Last Full Measure of Devotion"

Tribute

Former President George W. Bush

Anthem

The Armed Forces Chorus and the United States Marine Orchestra: "O God, Our Help in Ages Past"

Gospel Reading

Matthew 5:14-16 by the Very Rev. Randolph Marshall Hollerith, dean of the Washington National Cathedral

Homily

Rev. Dr. Russell Levenson Jr., rector of St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Houston, Texas

Musical Reflection

Soloist Michael W. Smith performs "Friends"

The Apostles' Creed

The Lord's Prayer 

Soloist Ronan Tynan

The Prayers

Rev. Canon Jan Naylor Cope, provost of the Washington National Cathedral

Anthem

The Armed Forces Chorus and the United States Marine Orchestra: "Eternal Father, Strong to Save"

Commendation

Right Rev. Mariann Edgar Budde, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington

Very Rev. Randolph Marshall Hollerith, dean of the Washington National Cathedral

Rev. Dr. Russell Levenson Jr., rector of St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Houston, Texas

The Blessing

Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry, presiding bishop and primate of The Episcopal Church

The Dismissal 

Very Rev. Randolph Marshall Hollerith, dean of the Washington National Cathedral

Hymn

"For All the Saints"

Musical Honors

The United States Coast Guard Band: "Four Ruffles and Flourishes," "O Hail to the Chief" and "Holy God, We Praise Thy Name"

Organ Postlude

Organist George Fergus of the Washington National Cathedral performs from "Symphonie I, Op. 14"