Team News 23 SeptemberSeptember 20, 2018
CONCERT IN ST PETER & ST PAUL, WANGFORD AT 3PM
SUNDAY 23 September – A combination of an organ recital and some instrumental pieces promise to make this a very enjoyable concert. Tickets, including a Cream Tea are £5 per person and available on the door. All Welcome.
The Osiligi Maasai Warrior Troupe will perform, in concert at St. Edmund’s Church Southwold on Tuesday 2nd October at 7.pm. ENTRY IS FREE, WITH A RETIRING COLLECTION
The William Alwyn Festival 2018 is between 3rd and 6th October, with most events at Blythburgh Church. In particular, Nathan Williamson is performing in a concert with three internationally renowned musicians on Friday 5th October, 7.30pm, including the world premiere of Nathan’s Cello Sonata. Flyers, with all the festival details, can be picked up from the back of the church.
TOUR & EVENSONG AT ST EDMUNDSBURY CATHEDRAL – Sunday 7 October.
We have a coach and minibus (especially for anyone with mobility issues) travelling to the Cathedral. The first pick up will be from St Margaret’s Church Car Park at 12.00pm, followed shortly after by a pick up in Wangford and Blythburgh. Please bring a packed lunch with you to eat on the coach. For anymore information please speak to Rev. Alan
STEWARDSHIP SUNDAY – 14 October 2018 In preparation for our Stewardship Campaign ‘Growing in Generosity’ please pick up a copy of ‘Generous God, Generous People’ at the back of church which provides a series of daily Bible readings for five weeks on the subject of Christian Giving. Please pray for the success of our campaign across the Sole Bay Team.
Revd. Judy Miller is being licensed to Sole Bay Team at Evensong in Walberswick on 14th October at 6pm when Archdeacon Ian will be preaching and leading the licensing part of the service.
3rd November “Fighting for Freedom” A concert by the Amnesty Chorale
7.30pm Holy Trinity Church, Blythburgh. Tickets £10 (£7 concessions) available on the door.
An evening of music and readings commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War, and marking other struggles against oppression in the last hundred years. Proceeds from the concert will go to Amnesty International. The programme will include the “Agnus Dei” from Britten’s War Requiem, Vaughan Williams “Serenade to Music” and an extract from the Verdi Requiem with Sarah Gallop, ex-Wenhaston resident, as soloist. The choir will be conducted by Ellis Bell, director of the Blythburgh Singers, and Richard Brain, Director of Music at Christ Church, Southgate in north London.