Somerset Churches Trust
Everybody is welcome to our November Talk
“THE PLACE OF THE ORGAN IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE LITURGY”
The talk will be illustrated with various organ pieces, Friday, 24th November 2017 at 7.30pm
The Bishop’s Palace Chapel, Wells, BA5 2PD
SPEAKER: RAY WILLIS
Ray is organist at Yeovil Parish Church and the Bishop’s Palace Chapel Wells, Musical Director to the Exeter University Choral Society and one of the Bath and Wells Diocesan Advisory Committee Organ Advisors. Ray’s career spans 45 years as a renowned keyboard and organ player, choir conductor and teacher.
Booking essential by 17th November. Tickets £5, include a glass of wine. Write enclosing SAE and cheque payable to: Somerset Churches Trust to: Chris Hawkings.3 Glastonbury Road, Wells, BA5 1TW Tel:01749 672327 Email:email@example.com
MISSION IS… BATH AND WELLS AND BEYOND
If you are able to attend and help on the day please book as suggested via CMS website but also let me know
Mission is… 11th Nov : 10:00 to 15:30
You are invited to an extraordinary event: a day full of conversation, prayer, reflection and sharing with people in mission in challenging contexts – both global and local. Get to know people at the grassroots who are putting their call into action and explore how you might take a further step in God’s mission.
This event is hosted by the Diocese of Bath & Wells in partnership with Church Mission Society as part of a creative campaign called Mission Is, which is all about getting more people to consider what mission means for them. Join us to discover how you and your church can be set free to join in God’s mission – whether overseas or over the road.
Ram Prasad Shrestha. In today’s world, global mission often happens through local leaders like Ram Prasad. Based in Kathmandu, Nepal, Ram Prasad has trained and equipped
more than 100 Asian Christians for pioneering mission in tough places. You’ll be inspired by his story and his heart.
A focus on Zambia
Jane will feedback on her trip to Zambia and look forward to sharing how we will be Celebrating 40 years of mission together
As well as
Space and time to consider what pioneering mission looks like in a rural context