Scottish soprano Isla MacEwan and pianist Max Bilbe perform songs by Gabriel Fauré, Claude Debussy, Michael Head, Amy Beach, and the Mädchenblumen of Richard Strauss
Tom Foster plays music by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and Franz Joseph Haydn on our Hubbard Davies harpsichord
The Greenbelt Festival - is a Christian arts festival held in Northamptonshire over the Bank Holiday weekend 26-29 August. On Monday 29th Giles will be interviewing Professor Richard Dawkins on the main stage. More details to follow. For further information please go to greenbelt.org.uk/22-lineup/
Buying Zaytoun’s wonderful food and soap products is a great way to support fairtrade and really helps farming communities in Palestine. The next sales after the 8am and 10am services will be on October 9th and November 13th. If you want to buy anything before then, please text Claudine on 07811 837943.
As part of our patronal celebrations. Evening Service on Sunday 24 July at 6.30 p.m. includes solo, choral and instrumental music by Telemann, Bach, Gibbons and Viviani, and text reflecting on and rejoicing in old age.
Lovely to have the Queen’s School in today to sing and play. Fabulous orchestra and choir.
We are delighted to share with you the season's brochure for our summer of music, here at Saint Anne's, Kew. We look forward to seeing you at our first concert on Sunday 1 May, when you will also be able to enjoy home-made cakes and cream teas in the parish hall. With thanks in anticipation...
The paperback launch of Revd Giles Fraser’s new book, ‘Chosen’, will take place at Kew Bookshop on 23 June at 6.00pm.
Thank you to all who helped with St Anne’s stall at the Kew Fete on Saturday. Many people were welcomed and introduced to St Anne’s. Local MP, Sarah Olney dropped by for a chat at the St Anne’s stand.
Every transformative social movement started with a conversation that moved people into action. Join us as we have powerful and honest conversations that stir up action for climate justice! (Link to download poster)