[img_assist|nid=1219|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=87|height=100]This year we are celebrating with a Christian Seder Meal, interpreting the symbolism of Passover in the context of our Christian faith. We will enjoy a meal of roast lamb with wine or grape juice, and remember the four-fold promises of God to the Children of Israel in Egypt. You can read about this on the link above or the file attachment below.
There will be a period of meditation, around 50 minutes in length, in each of the three churches in turn, followed by a walk of witness to the next church. You are welcome to come for all or any of the time.
12 noon - St. Augustine's Church, Richmond Road
1.00 pm - St. Luke's Church, Victoria Road
2.00 pm - St. Giles' Church, Castle Street
A special service of celebration and thanksgiving for the completion of all the work of extension and refurbishment at St. Augustine's, for the benefit of the whole surrounding community.
A celebratory concert featuring five music groups from the local community. Free entry with retiring collection.
This is the first concert performance of FLIGHT – of birds; of fantasy; and of the imagination – a multimedia work written by Dan Leighton, realised by Philip Mead and Rob Goodman, and led by St Augustine’s Chamber Choir with support from young community music groups.
An evening of Scottish and English folk dances (with a caller to guide you through each dance). Tickets are £10 in advance (01223 364929) or on the door, £5 for under 16s. This includes a simple supper and drinks.
The service has been prepared by the women of Cuba and will be led by Rev'd Ruth Wilson, our URC minister.
‘Receive children. Receive me’ is the title of the service written by the Christian women of Cuba. During the service we will glimpse Cuba’s history, geography, culture and everyday life through three generations.