November 2018

The Coffee Cake and Music organ recital series for 2018 ended in September with Martin Bell's interestingly eclectic mix of pieces all superbly played, and all designed to show the many colours of the organ.  Martin, who travelled from Llanelli earns his living as a Crematorium Organist, but there was little sign of this at his recital!

The 2019 series has been booked for some time, and already the 2020 series of recitals is being filled with requests from organists from a wide area. It is gratifying to note that, after fifteen years, attendances are as good as ever, and I would like to thank the “team” who sort out the refreshments so unobtrusively and so efficiently.

October is the month of the Annual Choir Dinner which will take place after the Sung Eucharist on Sunday 28th when, during our worship, we will give thanks for the continuing work of the choir. Naturally choristers are awaiting the deliberations of the Tambourine Award's committee who have been working tirelessly to catalogue and scrutinise the misdemeanours of all members (clergy too) to be laid bare at the Dinner...... The result probably won't make the national news, but will certainly be reported in these pages!

We look forward to welcoming back to the choir stalls Thomas Arnold (tenor) and Rob Marrow (bass) as and when their work commitments allow.                                                                   Nigel Davies

Music for November

4th    am    Ubi Caritas - Duruflé     Darke in E

11th am    Informal Worship


        pm    O How Glorious is the Kingdom – Harwood  

18th am    And I saw another Angel – Stanford       Stanford in C

        pm    O Come Ye Servants – Tye                   Rose Responses
Parry in D          My Soul there is a Country – Parry

25th am    Messe Solennelle  - Vierne


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