A short illustrated biography researched and written by Dr. Madeleine Resuehr is available now.
It is thanks to Henry Canning, British Consul General to Hamburg from 1823-1841 that we have the historic building in Zeughausmarkt, and can still worship there as STB church today. Henry succeeded in persuading the Hamburg Senate to give the British community a plot of land on which to build a new church and in encouraging British merchants, their Hamburg associates and the British Government to donate the funds necessary.
The new English Church was dedicated in 1838 and, as a mark of respect, Henry Canning was laid to rest there after his death in 1841.
This short booklet fills in the gaps about his childhood, tells of his business ventures, his marriage and family, and solves a mystery.
You can buy a copy after Sunday morning services (see Madeleine) or order one, by sending an email to email@example.com. Price: €7.50. All proceeds go to church funds.
Works by J.S. Bach, Henry Purcell, Henry Eccles, Paul Hindemith, William Flackton, César Franck.
Astrid Müller, voila and Rudolf Kelber, organ
Astrid Müller studied viola in Berlin, the USA and Israel and played with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Philharmonie Hamburg and others. She taught viola at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg, 1996-2012.
Rudolf Kelber is the former church music director of St Jacobi, Hamburg (1982- 2015). He has given concerts all over Europe, most recently in Paris and took part in the inauguration concert which featured the new Elbphilharmonie organ.
Please order your tickets at firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to Madeleine R. or Christian in church. Cash or bank transfer. Bank details will be sent with confirmation of booking. E-tickets or paper tickets available.
If you wish to make a higher donation to the church, please add the sum to the price of your tickets. All proceeds go to church funds. Thank you!
Corona regulations apply: vaccinated, recovered, tested – geimpft, genesen, getestet, and registration at the door.
This past Sunday we finally celebrated the official licensing of Revd. Jules Ann Barnes as our new chaplain. She was licensed by the Venerable Dr Leslie Nathaniel, Archdeacon of the East, Germany and Northern Europe.
If you could not attend in person or would simply like to re-live it again, please enjoy the video recording: