Parish News Sheet

 

 

ST PETER’S CHURCH

 

PARISH NEWS SHEET November 2021

 

 

 

In this NEWS SHEET we are starting with information about
next events at a neighbouring church with which we’re establishing
more contact - St Martin’s Church, Gospel Oak

(Vicar, Mother Carol Barret Ford)

 

Saturday 6th November 10am-12pm: ‘Grave Talk’: An opportunity in this season of Remembrance to speak frankly about death and dying

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Wednesday 10th November 7pm :

An Evening with Michael Palin -

TRAVELS OF A LIFETIME

 

This is a ‘Friends of St Martin’s Church’ Launch Event

 

It speaks for itself; a great opportunity to see and hear one of our most loved entertainers, and support St Martin’s church

 

 

 

 

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Friday  12th November 7pm at St Saviour’s:
Two flutes and harpsichord

              

The brilliant flautists, Noemi Gyori and Gergely Madaras, fill the acoustic of
St Saviour’s in a pleasing and stylish way.
They are joined by St Saviour’s priest
and baroque musician, Paul Nicholson

 

The first in a series of cultural events
at St Saviour’s this autumn/winter

 

 

Friday 19 November at 7.00pm at St Peter’s:  Lucy Russell, violin and Sezi Seskir, fortepiano will perform Beethoven’s ‘Spring’ sonata, sonatas by Mozart, a rarely heard version of a Haydn quartet transcribed for fortepiano and violin, a sonata by CPE Bach, plus a Scottish ditty to freshen the palette! A programme given on period instruments by two leading exponents

Reserve tickets for this event by emailing:  tickets@stpeterbelsizepark.org.uk .   
Please do reserve your ticket(s) in order to be sure of admission. 
Payment in cash or by card will be taken on the door on the evening of the performance. 

 

The Hampstead Christian Study Centre

invites you to the
 
Donald Barnes 11th Memorial Lecture
 
on Saturday 20 November at 3.00pm
at St Peter's Church, Belsize Square, London NW3 4HY
 
Richard Douglas Harries, Baron Harries of Pentregarth
former Bishop of Oxford
will speak on his latest book
 
Hearing God in Poetry
 
 
Bishop Harries, now retired, was Bishop of Oxford from 1987-2006 and the Gresham Professor of Divinity from 2008-2012.

He is a regular broadcaster on “Thought for the Day” BBC Radio 4 (Today Programme).

He was much admired and known by Donald for his scholarship and compassion for all people,
especially those on the edge of the Church.  


There is no admission fee but contributions will be gratefully received.  

Reserve your place(s) by emailing :  tickets@stpeterbelsizepark.org.uk

 

Saturday 27th November 7pm at St Saviour’s: The return of ace jazz saxophonist Mark Crooks – this time with pianist and vocalist Chris Ingham.

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 Sunday 28th November 6.30pm at St Peter’s: , Belsize Baroque directed by Simon Standage
will take us on a bracing tour of The Italian Concerto with works by Vivaldi and Bonporti. 

A special opportunity to watch and hear our resident orchestra directed by a legend of baroque violin and of orchestral direction.

Buy tickets for the 28 November concert via:   www.wegottickets.com/event/524213

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COMING IN DECEMBER at St Saviour’s - More Medieval Mystery Plays:

 

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