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Liverpool Voice Choir present….
CHORAL CLASSICS - A CONCERT FOR UKRAINE
at SS PETER AND PAUL CHURCH, GREAT CROSBY, LIVERPOOL.
Liverpool Voice Choir, in association with The Big Help Project, part of Knowsley Food Bank, together with The Steve Morgan Foundation, invite you to join us for a performance of CHORAL CLASSICS at Ss Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Great Crosby, on Friday 17 June at 7.30pm.
The programme will feature Vivaldi’s “Gloria” in addition to works by Bruckner, Fauré, Karl Jenkins, Morten Lauridsen and Mozart. All proceeds of this concert will go towards helping those who have fled their homes in Ukraine and have made temporary homes in the area.
Admission to this event will be free to all.
Donations in support of Ukraine will be greatfully accepted on the night.
Refreshments available at the interval, all are welcome.
1 year ago
Just to let you know that I have received a letter from the Church Administrator regarding the Church closing times over the Easter break. The closure, over two weeks, means that after our rehearsal on Thursday 7 April there will be two missed rehearsals and we will be able to return on Thursday 28 April.
I have included the letter, sent by the Church Administrator and Phil Waldron, below.
Dear Friends,I hope your time at Ullet Road Church is going well. If you have any concerns and want to discuss anything with the Church Administrator, please email Viki.We must inform you that from Monday 11th April we will be closed for the Easter break. We will reopen again on Monday 25th April.There will be none of our regular Activities in the Church Hall, Sunday School Room and the Library.The Activity you run will end on Friday 8th April and restart from Monday 25th April.. Enjoy the spring break,Church Administrator: Viki Goulden Minister: The Revd Phil Waldron
1 year ago
Many thanks to those who were able to come and sing outside Ann and Mike’s house last night. It was a very enjoyable and special occasion and good to have the opportunity to sing our Christmas repertoire. Thanks to Mike and Ann for having us there and for the hot, all butter mince pies. Delicious!
The Unitarian Church opens its doors for community activities again on Monday 10 January and our next rehearsal is scheduled for Thursday 13 January. Following on from our ‘Sing & Promalong’ at Princes Park last October, there had been some interest from the Friends of Princes Park, in taking us up on the offer of a tree Wassailing event: traditionally this is enacted on Twelfth Night - the 6 January - which, this year, falls on a Thursday. I haven’t heard anything more regarding this so I don’t think (for a variety of reasons!) it will happen but I’ll keep you updated. It would be fun to ‘Wassail the Silver Apple!’
together outside, savouring some mulled cider and festive nibbles - but I think it may well have to wait until safer times.
I realise that having both Christmas concerts cancelled, and at the last minute, wasn’t what we would have wished - particularly given how well we were sounding together - but at least the process gave us something to work towards after those months apart. And in hindsight, the voyage is often just as pleasurable, if not more so, than the arrival!
Sending you very best wishes for a very happy Christmas and for 2022. I hope you enjoy a peaceful, healthy and relaxing time.