Everyone is welcome to this short (20 minutes) evening service. Please dress warmly as St. Peter's Church is unheated. Access is via the wooden footbridge at the junction of St. Peter's Street and Castle Hill. You are also advised to bring a torch to light your way.
Iona services are held on the first and third Sundays of the month.
This is an ecumenical service of thanksgiving for and remembrance of those we love but see no more. All who would like space and time to remember a loved one are very welcome to the service and the afternoon tea that follows.
The focus of this harvest thanksgiving service is Just Finance Foundation following the Archbishop of Canterbury's initiative for churches engaging on issues of money and debt in our community.
A welcome return of the New Year Coffee House with drinks, cakes and live music reminiscent of Vienna in the early 20th century. Relax after the holidays in good company and with beguiling music played by Chihiro Ono (violin) with contributions from the St Augustine’s Singers.
Come and enjoy on Christmas Eve the local Community Carol Service, with traditional lessons and carols that some would argue rival those at King’s College! Children encouraged to come dressed as a Nativity character (human or animal) - adults too if they want! Refreshments will follow.
The annual celebration put on by the local Joint Roads Committee of an hour or so of Victorian Christmas music and entertainment led by Anne Taylor.
Monika Maintz will chart the history of Wood Green, the well-known local Animals Charity, from its foundation 90 years ago to the modern animal welfare organisation it is today, re-homing thousands of pets every year. This talk will provide a clear insight into the charity, its objectives and the services it offers to the public.
Isy Mead, Head of Learning at the Story Museum in Oxford, explains the deep human need for stories – whether myths, fairy tales, airport novels, or the 10 o’clock News.
The brilliant young pianist Clara Balon, European Piano Teachers’ Association prize winner, will give an exciting piano recital of works by Liszt, Beethoven and Prokoviov.