An intimate audience with the legendary Frank Ifield and special guest, Nicki Gillis. Australian-based star Frank Ifield returns to the UK on the first date of his 2018 UK tour! This is a chance to see the legendary star himself as he takes a nostalgic look at his lengthy career spanning more than five decades! Learn more about his music, his life and his amazing career and meet the celebrated legend in person! An evening not to be missed! Tickets available NOW from the Parish Office (01843-862921 and Victory News, Broadstairs. Tickets are also available online (Booking Fee applies) https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/frank-ifield-remembers-with-special-guest-nicki-gillis-tickets-43852503017
We are delighted to welcome back to Broadstairs, David Parry-Smith, for this very special Recital. David was sometime Organist and Choirmaster at Holy Trinity and now fulfils the same role at the parish church of St Mary the Virgin, Linton, in Cambridgeshire. He is also an examiner for the RSCM "Voice for Life" scheme. Admission is free - Retiring collection in aid of the Organ Fund.
Dennis Nothdruft, Head of Exhibitions at the Fashion and Textile Museum in London, will lead the next instalment in the illustrated series of "Brain Engage" sessions. "This series of talks, will look at the definition and meaning of art, aspects of art in pre-history and the ancient world and key moments in the development of art and the Church. The talks will be illustrated, questions are welcome and discussion is encouraged!".
Our Festal Sung Eucharist to celebrate the Resurrection of Christ and first day of a new creation with Blessing of the Easter Garden! There will be Easter eggs for all children present and seasonal refreshments at the end of the service. All are assured of a warm welcome as we celebrate this greatest of Feasts!
It is our privilege and delight this year to welcome the Archbishop as Principal Celebrant of the Easter Liturgy. He will be joined by Members of the Community of St Anselm who reside at Lambeth and support the Archbishop in his ministry around the country. The Vigil includes Lighting of the New Fire, Renewal of Baptismal Vows and Eucharist. This service marks the culmination of a whole week of Mission in Thanet, led throughout by the Archbishop.
Our Good Friday observance begins with the Stations of the Cross at 1pm and is followed by the Liturgy of the Day at 2pm, to include Dramatic Reading of the Passion, Veneration of the Cross, Litany and Communion, though the Eucharist is not celebrated on this day. We will be joined by Members of the Archbishop's Community of St Anselm and all are welcome.
This day marks the beginning of a continuous observance of the last days of Jesus' life through to the principal events of Easter. The themes are "love" and "service". The Sung Eucharist involves the Washing of Feet and a Watch of the Passion in Gethsemane's garden until 9pm.
Today marks Our Lord's triumphal entry into the City of Jerusalem when the crowds waved palms and cried "Hosanna" as Jesus began the journey which ultimately led to the Cross. Our service begins with a Procession from the Church Hall into the church for our celebration of the Eucharist. Thus begins Holy Week.
Thanet Festival Choir return to Holy Trinity, Broadstairs for a stunning performance of Gounod's St Cecilia Mass and Vierne's Messe Solennelle, conducted by Clifford Lister. Tickets are available for £10 in advance @ www.thanetfestivalchoir.org or £12 at the door. For further information please telephone: (01304) 620560.
Star of stage and screen, Presenter of "Just a Minute", "Sale of the Century" and countless other shows, fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe and in a career spanning more than sixty years, Nicholas Parsons comes to Broadstairs for "A Laugh a Minute" - his one man show which is sure to delight and entertain. Tickets available NOW from the Parish Office (01843-862921) and Victory News, Broadstairs. Tickets are also available online (Booking Fee applies) @ https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nicholas-parsons-a-laugh-a-minute-one-man-show-tickets-42452865664
On Friday 2nd February a Sung Eucharist celebrates the Feast of Candlemas, when the child Jesus was presented in the Temple to the aged Simeon. This celebration marks the end of the Christmas season and is a beautiful candlelit service with a glass of wine to follow! Do please come along and bring your friends.