Beer and Hymns – The Harvest


Beer and Hymns – The Harvest

It’s almost time for our Harvest Beer and Hymns event. As usual we’ll be singing well known harvest hymns that we hope you’ll remember from chapel and school harvest festivals. There’ll be singing round the piano, free curry, great beer and lots of giving thanks for the harvest.

This year our evening will also include a number of hymns that lead us into remembrance. We’ll be thinking about those who have given their lives in conflicts past and present. We will also be remembering those who’s presence in this world has had an impact on our lives. There will an opportunity to light a candle for those you have loved and lost as we celebrate their lives here among us and mourn their passing.

Beer and Hymns is open to anyone and everyone. Wherever you might be on your journey of life and faith you are welcome to stop and sing with us a while.

North parade Street Party – Beer and Hymns

Sunday is Funday at this years Street Party on North Parade! There’s loads of stuff happening at The Peacock Bar starting with our ‘Sunday Service’ at 11am. A chance to watch music videos, pray, talk and receive communion together. At 12 we’ve got our, now legendary, deli style meal of bread, cheese and pickles. After that at 1pm, it’s time for a chilled out session of Beer and Hymns. Into the afternoon there’s acoustic sets from some stellar local artists. Every part of the day is open to anyone, whoever you are, whatever faith you have or don’t have! Everyone is welcome to come along and experience just how awesome our Sunday’s are!

North Parade Street Party

North Parade Festival 2019 – Saturday27th July

Please help!

Every year thousands of people fill North Parade to enjoy food, drinks, craft stalls, music and the arts. This year the festival has a new format. Rather than the big stage that has been used in the past, each venue has been asked to provide a program of entertainers throughout the day.

Once again St Arnold’s have been asked to help provide volunteers for this years festival.

Duties for the volunteers could include general hosting and stewarding such as directing people to the various venues and facilities, litter picking, assisting the on street security team by communicating any issues to them, providing a lost children point and genarally being a friendly, welcoming face to visitors.

Volunteers would be asked to work in shifts of a couple of hours at a time meaning there will alos be plenty of time to enjoy what the festival has to offer.

This is a fantastic opportunity for the St Arnold’s community to serve the street where we have become a known fixture and to serve the wider city.

We need to find a team of at least 20 volunteers as soon as possible. Please can you contact me via email to show your interest and for more details.

There will be all kinds of different duties on the day so anyone can involved and help. The more volunteers we have, the bigger impact we as church can have on this event

Thank you


Quiz night at The Peacock Bar

Come along tomorrow night and join a team at The Peacock Bar (25 North Parade) and help raise some money for a great cause. Loads of prizes on offer and free curry for everyone who takes part.

Refugee Week – Film Night

Women in Syria have borne the brunt of the country’s lengthy civil war.

In this powerful film, female Syrian filmmakers share their experience and perspective on being a refugee in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey.

There will be an opportunity for discussion following the film.

Monday 17th June 7:30pm upstairs at The Peacock Bar – 25 North Parade

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