Weekly Bulletin

St Saviour's Church, Chalk Farm
 www.stsaviourhampstead.org.uk
email: info@stsaviourhampstead.org.uk
Telephone: 07514 480971

Weekly Bulletin 22.05.2022

Daily Morning Prayer Tue-Fri 8:15am, Sat 9:30am (lasts around 20 minutes)

Church Open for Individual Prayer Sun, Tue & Thu 2:00-3:00pm, Fri, Sat 10:30-11:30am (not Wed)

Tuesday 10:00am Bible Study Lectio Divina on Luke’s Gospel

Wednesday 1:15pm Holy Communion (lasts just 30 mins)

Friday 6:00pm Church Singing Goup (new members welcome)
 

DURING ALL OPENING HOURS THERE IS A COLLECTION POINT
FOR FOODBANK DONATIONS IN THE PROVOST ROAD
 ENTRANCE PORCH
 

SUNDAY 26 MAY – EASTER 6
 

10.30am United Eucharist with St Peter’s Congregation
Celebrant & Preacher, Revd. Jan Rushton

 This service is also livestreamed – see website for link

 

Two concerts at St Peter's this week:-   

Concert for Ukraine at 7.00pm on Wednesday 25 May.
Steven Isserlis, cello and Irène Duval, violin will perform Haydn's cello concerto in C major
and a Mozart violin concerto and symphony. 

Tickets are £18, with all proceeds going to UNICEF and the Disasters Emergency Committee;  bookable in advance via: www.thelittleboxoffice.com/whittingtonmusicfestival/event/view/158699   


On Sunday 29 May at 6.30pm a concert by Belsize Baroque and the Amici e Voci Choir
They will perform two of Bach's great works:  the Magnificat and the Ascension Oratorio.

Tickets are £15, bookable in advance via: www.wegottickets.com/event/539436

Drinks will be available in the interval at each concert. 

Please note the separate booking links for these two concerts. 


The Queen's Platinum Jubilee will be celebrated a week later, on the evening of Saturday 4 June
at St Peter’s.   
An early evening recital of Mozart and Beethoven by Jan Schlapp, violin and Paul Nicholson, piano will be followed by a sparkling reception in the church garden. 

On Sunday 5th June there will Jubilee events at St Saviour’s.
In the afternoon – a performance of a Medieval Mystery Play excerpt by the Players of St Peter, followed by tea.
At 6.30pm a 2 clavichord recital will be followed by drinks.