Beauty and cruelty in nature. Tuneful birds and deadly spiders. Soloist Eleanor Turner weaves a charming web in Patterson’s concerto for harp and strings. Respighi brings baroque imitations of bird song to today’s chamber orchestra and Roussel’s ballet music gives insects very human emotions with a surprising twist (spoiler alert). Mozart of course transcends all these earthly concerns.
- Kew Sinfonia – 5th October 2019 at 7.30pm
- Tom Evans (leader)
- James Day (conductor)
- Eleanor Turner (harp)
- Symphony No 35 in D, ‘Haffner’ K 385 – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Spider’s Web, for harp and string orchestra – Paul Patterson
- The Birds (Gli uccelli) – Ottorino Respighi
- The Spider’s Banquet, ‘Festin de l’Araignée’ Op 17 – Albert Roussel
Tickets on line: kewsinfonia.org.uk
£15. students £6
At St Anne’s Church on October 6 & November 17
In 1981 Penny Wade, founder of the Vineyard Project, set up this scheme to provide a solid meal for the homeless and those in need. The scheme involves all the churches throughout the borough of Richmond-upon-Thames. There are over 20 churches providing lunch every Sunday. It is our turn on October 6 & November 17.
Please donate jumpers, warm hats, scarves & gloves to give away. (Collection point at the back of church). If you are interested specifically in acting as a ‘host’, lunching with and mingling with our guests on the day, (or generally helping), please contact Tina Ruygrok by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0208 940 8960.
Charity Christmas cards on sale today presented by The Friends of St Anne’s Church Kew, including a brand-new pack designed by members of St Anne’s Junior Church & pupils from The Queen’s School, Kew.
St Anne’s will be open as part of the Open House London programme 2019 from 10.00 to 4.00 on Saturday 21 September. Come and find out more about the history of our church. There will be tours of the church and Kew Green at 10.30 and 11.30 led by local historian John Moses. Sue Mason will give a talk at 2pm on the inspiration behind the designs for the font and the embroideries installed for the Church’s tercentenary and beyond
We are looking for enthusiastic young singers aged 7+, who would like to join our Youth Choir. Practices are on Sundays in term time from 5.45 to 6.45, and we would welcome anyone who would like to come along and see what we do. Please also look at the choristers’ display at the back of the church. Marion Goodgame (Director of the Youth Choir) would be delighted to speak to you after the 10am service; alternatively, she may be contacted by phone on 07815 823 295 or by email email@example.com
Friday 27th September We are holding an evening for Junior Church leaders, for those currently serving and those interested in helping out. It will begin with dinner at 7pm and then be followed by a training session from 7.45. We will cover basic safeguarding (essential for all Junior Church leaders and helpers), planning using the Roots materials and developing ideas for the coming term, such as the Jesse Tree. As we move towards trialling Junior Church in two groups, it would be great to have as many people there as possible. Please contact Emily Norman if you have any questions or to let her know you can come on 07889 208691; firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you.
Monday 30th September & Monday 25th November Please do join us for these evenings where we will hear from different members of the church about their work lives and the impact of their faith. We have a great line-up of speakers, from a variety of work contexts, who will share their thoughts with us. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and engage in discussion. They will start at 7.30 and end at 9pm (please note we have changed one of the dates from October to November, to avoid half term). A great chance to reflect on your own work life and explore some of the questions that arise. All welcome!
New Pilgrim Course exploring the theme of church and kingdom begins on September 22nd. If anyone is interested, Fr. Nick will run a taster session on 15th September at 19.30 in the Parish Room.
Saturday 12th October, 5- 7.30pm This term, we are starting an ‘Into Film’ club for children and young people aged 7 upwards (Year 3 and above). Films will be age appropriate and will explore a range of different topics relevant to young people. We will also have popcorn, pizza and a discussion of the themes raised by the film. Parental consent forms will be required for each child that attends. Please contact Emily Norman for more information, or to sign up: 07889 208691; email@example.com
In order to improve the way in which we work we will be moving across to Churchsuite software. This software will allow you to access all sorts of rotas, diaries, Junior Church etc. Please sign up on the list at the back of church in order that we can email you an access link which will be available from Monday 23rd September.