“God so loved the world …”
We are going to perform John Stainer’s “The Crucifixion” on the Saturday before Palm Sunday. “The Crucifixion” tells the story of Christ’s suffering and death with amazingly beautiful music set for two soloists, choir and organ. Since its first performance in 1887 it has become a much-loved piece of church music of the Victorian period.
The Choir Director warmly invites you to join the experience! Details of rehearsals are on the Music page under Activities and HERE!
Choir practice on Tuesday, 24 January, at 18:30 h in church.
Mothers’ Union meets on Thursday, 26 January, with Erika Anders and Father Matthew.
Fellowship group meets on Friday, 27 January. Please speak to Cicely if you wish to join.
There will be a special service in commemoration of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp on Friday, 27 January at 18:00 . The service starts at St Michaelis church, then proceeds to the Nikolai Memorial.
The choir is playing a key role in the 400th anniversary celebrations including singing at the Thanksgiving Service 18 February. Many special events are planned, such as a repeat of the John Stainer's 'The Crucifixion' project. For more details please see the Music page under activities.
Do come along – rehearsals are every other Tuesday 18:30-20:00.
- Tuesday, 24th January
Tuesday, 7th February
Tuesday, 14th February
St George’s Anglican Church in Berlin is offering a 2-day workshop from
2 to 3 March on “Listening for Life”. For details and registration, see the notice board in church.
The annual Arbeitsgemeinschaft Kristliche Kirche in Hamburg (ACHK) St Ansgar Vespers is this year honouring our church tradition!
A very nice birthday present and we hope that many readers of this website will attend 19:00 3rd February. Further details are in the invitation letter
Right, time to put New Year resolution into practice…
The first chance of some exercise with the Wanderers is Saturday, 14, January 2012.
Volksdorf to Poppenbüttel with New Year’s lunch at the Gaststätt Alte Mühle Length approx. 9 kms. (5kms to the Alte Mühle and then 4kms to Poppenbüttel). Anyone not wishing to walk the whole way can catch the 276 bus to Poppenbüttel after lunch.
Meet on the U1 platform (direction Grosshansdorf) at the Jungfernstieg at 10.45 a.m..
Please wear warm clothes and suitable footwear – it will probably be wet underfoot in places. Terrain – mostly level past ponds and meadows (Teichwiesen ) and along woodland paths.)
Important! Please let Cicely know (tel. 040/860790) by Wednesday, 11 January, if you plan to come.
Please click on Pause for Thought for a New Year Message from the Chaplian.