What's On at St. Andrew's
HERITAGE OPEN WEEKEND 8TH TO 10TH SEPTEMBER 2017
As part of this annual event when ALL interesting and historic buildings are encouraged to open their doors to the public, St. Andrew's Church will be offering visitors a chance to enjoy accompanied tours of the Bell Tower as well as tours pointing out the interesting and varied history of the church building itself.
The above will take place on Saturday 9th September from 1.30pm to 5pm.
Please encourage your friends or come along yourself - You never know what
you might learn!
Refreshments will be served. Julie Barret
EDUCATION SUNDAY MORNING PRAISE
Sunday 10th September 10 a.m. morning service will be All-Age 'Morning Praise' for Education Sunday, not Parish Communion.
All welcome, including representatives from our Church School and the Ecumenical Chaplaincy team working in the Penrith schools.
As our schools and colleges return to a new year we give thanks for all those involved in education in our community, with particular prayers for our local schools; the staff, pupils, and their families. This special service joins with the national ‘Education Sunday’ and we hope will help us all to express our support for and commitment to our local schools.
Sunday 17th September 10 a.m. Parish Communion. Third Sunday not Morning Praise.
Sunday 1st October - 10 a.m. Harvest Festival.
DONALD RICHARDSON MEMORIAL RECITAL
Sunday September 3rd at 7.30 p.m. CANCELLED AT LATE NOTICE. RE-SCHEDULED TBC.
IAN TRACEY (Organist Titulaire, Liverpool Cathedral)
We are pleased to welcome back Professor Ian Tracey, one of the most celebrated organists of the present day, for this year’s Donald Richardson Memorial Recital. Ian is Liverpool City Organist and was Organist of Liverpool Cathedral for 27 years before becoming “Organist Titulaire”. Ian gave the inaugural recital on St. Andrew’s organ after its rebuild by Andrew Carter two years ago.
The recital will include music to suit all tastes, ranging from pieces by Bach, Pachelbel, Boellmann, Bossi, Carlo Curley and Dubois to Ian’s own arrangements of music by Purcell and Ferdinand Herold.
Admission is £10 (students £4) including refreshments and programme.
CANCELLED AT LATE NOTICE. RE-SCHEDULED TBC.
'To be Christ in the Heart of Penrith'