This is Kindle! Prepare to be sacramentally and liturgically enlightened! - a contemporary event aiming to uphold liturgical, sacramental and symbolic integrity through an infusion of ancient and contemporary expression. Next event: 30th June 2013@ All Saints' Church, Sedgley. See you there!
Contact information: Fr Rob Parker-McGee 01384 860525
Flower Festival and Open Gardens all part of The Castlemorton Big Weekend over May Bank Holiday
Castlemorton St Gregory's Church and Parish Hall
(Flower Festival: Sat. 25th, Sun 26th & Mon 27th May 10 am - 5pm. Open Gardens: Sun 26th & Mon 27th May 11am - 5pm)
This is a major fund raising event to enhance the facilities in St Gregory's Church. Work was recently completed on the provision of a toilet. Light refreshments available at the church and coffees, lunches & teas in the Parish Hall (Sun/Mon) with other entertainment for visitors enjoyment.
Contact information: For information please contact 01684 833339
Community of the King of Love Whaley HallWhaley Bridge High Peak SK23 7BL
(Sat June 1st at 3.30pm)
The Community of the King of Love, Whaley Hall, celebrate Corpus Christi every year. This is an important occasion at it will be held in the new Abbey Church for the first time.Corpus Christi is about being the Body of Christ building up the church as one, as an ecumenical community being found at Queens College this is the place to be !!!!!!
Sacrament of the Seasons
Holland House, Cropthorne, Pershore WR10 3NB
(Saturday 1st June, 10.00am - 4.00pm)
A series of four contemplative days led by Ian Spencer and Alex Vaccaro, each one celebrating the new season, Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter. In the Celtic tradition, but with an innovative centre, we'll be celebrating communion with Christ through Creation. Come and enjoy the second of four Sacraments of the Seasons - Summer.
Talk by Rt Rev John Inge, Bishop of Worcester, about his trip to Christian Aid projects in Palestine, that is the West Bank and Gaza.There will also be a display of children's art from a school for deaf children in Gaza City.Free admission. Free refreshments. Palestinian produce for sale.
Contact information: Lorna and Colin Archer. 07970 755530 or 07973 448827
Jigsaw Festival including flower and art displays
St John the Baptist Church, Mamble, DY14 9JY
(Saturday 8th June 10:00am till 5:00pm and Sunday 9th June 10:30am till 5:00pm)
Display of made up Jigsaws in the church with many offered for sale. Flower and art displays in the church and village hall with stalls and refreshments. Entry for adults is £3 and those under 16 are free.
Ashton under Hill Open Gardens 2013
Ashton under Hill, near Evesham in Worcestershire
(Saturday 8th June and Sunday 9th June 2013; 1.00pm to 6.00pm each day.)
21 gorgeous gardens open for you to enjoy, in this delightful Worcestershire village nestling at the foot of Bredon Hill, in support of St Barbara's Church. Exhibitions, cream teas, craft sales and a Plantsman's Market; all parking for this event is free, and there is a complimentary minibus shuttle around the village. Admission £5 for adults allows entry to all gardens. Children under 16 free
Contact information: For more information please contact John Dodge on 01386 881487
St Leonard's Church, Cotheridge
(Saturday 15th June 2013 at 7.00pm)
Recital by Liam Cartwright Admission (on the door) £7 Refreshment available
St. Thomas's Church, Market Street, Stourbridge, DY8 1AQ
(Friday 28th, Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th June, 2013. Open Friday and Saturday 10 am to 4 pm, Sunday 11.30 am to 4 pm. )
Flower Festival to raise funds for the continuing restoration of our Grade I listed Church building. Come and see fantastic flowers in a beautiful building. Entertainment on Saturday by Bevere Brass, Stourbridge Choir & Orchestra (choral) and Stourbridge Amateur Operatic Society and on Sunday by St. Thomas's Choir. Event ends with Songs of Praise at 6.30 pm on Sunday and sale of flowers.
Listening to God - a Quiet Day led by Abbot Stuart, OSB, Mucknell Abbey
Abbey House, Tewkesbury Abbey
(Wednesday 31 July 9.30 am )
The day is part of the annual festival of music within the liturgy sung by Musica Deo Sacra. The day includes Choral Eucharist, prayers, 3 addresses concluding with a sung Compline at 9 pm. There is no charge for the day.
Community traditional fete with fun for all the family. Stalls, sideshows, entertainment by West Mercia Police Brass Band and Faithful City Morris Men, Pony rides, Classic cars, W.I. Teas, Care Farm and pets corner, exotic animals, Grand Raffle, Tombolas, Homemade cake stall, Local history and quilting displays with flower arrangements in Salwarpe Church