Come along and join us with establishing a Wild Flower Meadow in the corner of the South Garden on Thursday 16th May from 10:00am to 4:00pm.
This is part of an initiative where The Avon Wildlife Trust are partnering with Wild Walcot.
It's also a really fun thing to bring children along to after school.
We warmly invite you to join us on Friday 10th May from 6:30 - 8:30pm as we celebrate this opportunity to use the Gateway Centre in new and different ways.
There will be finger food provided and a time for games during the evening.
Please bring your own drinks
There is limited capacity so please speak to Yein if you are interested in coming - email@example.com .
Henry Brown is giving an illustrated talk to the History of Bath Research Group about the marble wall monuments in the context of the church's history, and the move from burials in the church itself to the development of "garden" cemeteries on remote sites. He will be looking at the people commemorated, and their connection with Bath, and the stylistic changes to the monuments themselves. There will be a chance to examine our unique above-ground mausoleum. Church friends are very welcome, but the MBRG suggests a donation of £2 towards its non-members of the group. Doors open at 6.00pm and the talk begins at 6.30pm.
Easter is a time of the year where Christians celebrate. At the centre of the story of Easter is the Death and Resurrection of Jesus. An empty cross has become one of the great symbols for Christianity, this may seem curious to others but continues to change lives today. Come and join us to discover the wonder of Easter.
Do you love the local church? Do you feel you could help to encourage the local church in seeking God's kingdom. Are you willing to serve? Do you work well in a team? Are you discerning? Are you passionate about helping shaping vision and would like to be involved decisions about church life? Are you wanting to grow leadership skills?
Would you consider joining our PCC (church council)? We are seeking members to take on this particular role in our community. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details .
Our APCM a chance to celebrate what God has done, as well as to discuss, vote and pray for things going ahead, including who will be on our PCC.
It's a really helpful way to contribute and belong, so please join us straight after the 10am service (about 11:30) on the 14th April.
This year our APCM is going to have a cafe-style layout and we're going to have a bring and share lunch together.
A few of our church family are performing in Misjudged: The Easter Story on Trial this April. It’s a brand new musical and it promises to be fantastic. Check out the trailer above, which includes details of how to book.
We have a church weekend away coming up very soon. Our theme is 'Seeking the Lord.'
Booking has now closed. To find out the latest information, click below.
Also there's a future date for your diary as we'll be going away together again as a church next year from the 18th to the 20th September 2020. Save the date in your diary! More details to follow.
Join composer pianist Edward Bettella and cellist Jonathan Stabler for a performance of Debussy’s late masterpiece, Cello Sonata in D minor. Composed in 1915 this sonata displays Debussy’s full musical range, combining dissonance, rich harmony and pentatonic melodies that would have a far reaching influence on jazz and later modern music.
This concert will also feature music by Edward Bettella including the epic Cello Sonata No.1, which had its world premiere last year. A modern piece of classical writing that celebrates the heritage of composition for cello and piano, Cello Sonata No.1 utilises a broad palette of tonal colour and timbre, with a wide range of techniques for both cellist and pianist. This new work was recorded as an EP and copies will be available after the show.
Doors open at 7pm, performance begins at 7:30pm.
Edward Bettella is a composer-pianist who works in several fields including live performance, composition, setting music to film and art commissions.
Jonathan Stabler studied cello under Alexander Kok and attended Trinity College London. He has worked with London Symphony Orchestra, London Records, Top of the Pops, TFI Friday and travelled extensively with orchestras, chamber groups and bands.
The present Electoral Roll (church membership list) will cease to exist and everyone is required to fill in a new form (available from the back of church). Forms must be returned to Sandy Gooding by the 17th March at the latest.