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Events

See below to find out about the exciting events happening at All Saints over the coming months. Please subscribe to our mailing list so that we can inform you about any new events.

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If you yourself are interested in organising an event, be it a fashion show; classical concert; trendy gig; lecture, book signing, gala dinner, whatever your requirements why not contact us to find out how we can help you. Our Venue Hire section has more info.

 

Brighton & Hove Organists

Saturday 25th 2pm to 6pm

Private event

Sussex Symphony Concert, Has a lot of Gaul

Saturday March 4th, 7.30pm

Sussex Symphony Concert

Offenbach  Orpheus in the underworld Overture
Saint Saëns  Piano concerto No. 3, soloist Simon Ballard
Berlioz  Symphonie Fantastique

Conductor  Mark Andrew James

Tickets at £15, concessions at £12, NUS and under 16’s at £5
From www.ssomusic.co.uk or on the door

Gospels and spiritual singing workshop

Friday 17th March 2017, 7.30pm – 9.15pm

Brighton & Hove Centre for Spirituality Presents: Gospels and spiritual singing workshop

Join us for this rich and nourishing evening of joyous shared singing in the magnificent setting of All Saints Church. Come and sing spirit-raising gospels and toe-tapping spirituals. These uplifting melodies and glorious harmonies are all taught by ear, and no experience is necessary. The workshop is led by Delia Rosenboom, an acapella choir leader and natural voice practitioner, and a great favourite at the Brighton & Hove Centre for Spirituality. An evening guaranteed to make your soul smile.

Tickets available on the door: £10 / £7 concessions.

Mindfulness and Christian Spirituality

Brighton & Hove Centre for Spirituality presents: Mindfulness and Christian Spirituality

Saturday 8 April, 10.30am-4.30pm

Mindfulness means awareness, a lucid and appreciative ‘knowing’ what we are doing as we are doing it. Join us for an introductory day of mindfulness practice. The day will be led by Anglican priest and celebrated author of the book, Mindfulness and Christian Spirituality. Making Space for God. Come and explore what mindfulness has to offer Christianity; we will do this primarily through the experience of simple mindfulness practices. Through the practices, Tim will also reflect on such questions as: Can mindfulness help us to find the stillness of God in the storm? Can mindfulness help us to know God’s will? Can mindfulness help us to love our neighbours and our enemies? The day is aimed at those who have an interest in mindfulness and the gifts it offers Christian Spirituality. No prior experience of mindfulness required; experienced practitioners of mindfulness are also welcome.

Tim Stead is an Anglican priest and Area Dean in the Oxford Diocese. He has practiced Christian forms of contemplative prayer for 30 years and is an accredited Mindfulness teacher at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre, the only priest in the Church of England to have done this training.

Tickets must be bought in advance through Eventbrite: £25 standard, £15 concessions. Numbers are limited so advanced booking is recommended.

The Gospel of Matthew by Candlelight, George Dillon

Saturday 8th April, 7.30pm
and

GOOD FRIDAY 14th April, 7.30pm

Experience a stunning, virtuoso delivery of the greatest story ever told… as Jesus’s followers first heard it… in a darkness illuminated purely by candlelight and the Word!

Acclaimed by critics and audiences throughout the UK, award-winning actor George Dillon is presenting an unforgettable vision of Jesus in churches across Brighton, London and the South East during Lent this year as he performs a higly intense, very human and occasionally humorous solo staging of his own translation of the first Gospel, by candlelight, with 25% of the ticket sales going to support local homeless charities.

Tickets available on door or in advance from ticketsource.co.uk/dillon 0333666366
25% of ticket sales will go to: The Brighton & Hove Churches Night Shelter providing accommodation and food to the homeless in Brighton.