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SERENATA in the Church Next Sunday

We are pleased to announce the return of

SERENATA

A vocal group of 8 unaccompanied singers from Nottingham, including our own Chris Howell.

They will perform arrangements of mostly lighter music such as Spirituals, Madrigals & Folk-songs.

  • Date: Sunday June 2nd
  • Time: 6.00 pm
  • Place: St. Etheldreda’s Church, Horley
  • Free entry with retiring collection for Church Funds
  • Bar

SERENATA in the Church on Sunday June 2nd

We are pleased to announce the return of

SERENATA

A vocal group of 8 unaccompanied singers from Nottingham, including our own Chris Howell.

They will perform arrangements of mostly lighter music such as Spirituals, Madrigals & Folk-songs.

  • Date: Sunday June 2nd
  • Time: 6.00 pm
  • Place: St. Etheldreda’s Church, Horley
  • Free entry with retiring collection for Church Funds
  • Bar

Ringing Out For Peace On Sunday at 7.05 pm

Listen Out for the church bells on Sunday evening at 7.05

Along with hundreds of other churches and Cathedrals throughout the country, the bells of St Etheldreda will be rung at 19.05 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1 and pay tribute to the millions of soldiers who died or were wounded.

Autumn Concert at St Etheldreda’s this Sunday

Banbury String Players are performing in an Autumn Concert at St Etheldreda’s Church at 7.30 on Sunday 7th October. The proceeds from ticket sales are very generously being given to the church as a contribution to the cost of replacing the tower and north aisle roof coverings following the lead thefts a couple of months ago. Do please come to enjoy the concert and to support the care of St Etheldreda’s.

Admission is £10 and under 16s are free. See below for more details.

 

 

Ride and Stride for Oxfordshire Churches this Saturday

Oxfordshire Historic Churches Trust is proud to be part of the national Ride+Stride Day on Saturday 8 September 2018.

Over the last 54 years, Oxfordshire Historic Churches Trust has given in grants, several million pounds to churches and chapels of all Christian denominations in Oxfordshire to help maintain them and save roofs, stained glass, wall paintings and much more.   Recently we have been supporting the installation of roof alarms for churches who have had, or are vulnerable to, lead thefts and of recent years given substantial grants towards making the buildings more useful to the local community – for example by the installation of kitchens, loos, extra rooms and more.

Please call into St Etheldreda’s for refreshments any time between 10 and 4.

For more information and online registration click here.