Articles Archive for February 2011
The versatile Newbury Chamber Choir presents three masterpieces of the nineteenth century in this concert for Lent.
Dvorak’s Mass is the main work, here performed in its original version for chamber choir and organ while Brahms’ short settings of three Spiritual texts are for unaccompanied female voices.
This year marks the two hundredth anniversary of the birth of Franz Liszt who embodies the ideals of the Romantic period not least because of his passionate affiliations to both religious and worldly callings. It is intriguing that the most spectacular piano virtuoso of his …
Friday 18th February.
This is the day that interviews will be held for the post of Rector within the church.
We are inviting everyone to join with us in prayers for both those applying, plus all of those involved in the interview and deliberation process.
The Church itself is open from 10am to 1pm, but please try to take some time in the day wherever you are – walking the dog, mid-shopping, working, etc.
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The new Bishop of Reading is to be the Rt Revd Andrew Proud, Downing Street announced today. The new Bishop replaces the Rt Revd Stephen Cottrell who became Bishop of Chelmsford in 2010.
Bishop Andrew, who is 56, is currently Area Bishop of Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa. He will be installed as Bishop of Reading at Reading Minster on Saturday 16 April.
The Bishop of Reading is one of three Area Bishops in the Diocese of Oxford, who serve under the more senior diocesan bishop, …