Endelienta Ensemble

Endelienta Ensemble – “Eclectic & Evocotive”

Saturday 15 July, 7.30pm,

St Endellion Church

Conducted by Adam Hickox and Rees Webster, the Endelienta Ensemble is a chamber orchestra comprised of students from London and Cambridge. This summer the ensemble returns to St Endellion, performing Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony and Kurt Weill’s 2nd Symphony. An eclectic pairing, both works are cinematic and highly evocative.

Adam Hickox, locally born, is in his final year reading music at Gonville and Caius college, Cambridge. Next year he takes up a place to study conducting at the Royal Academy of Music. Having graduated from Cambridge, Rees Webster is now studying at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where he is a Guildhall Scholar.

Tickets £10,  free for accompanied under-16s

Available from Box office  07787 944935

Or  click here  to book on-line and pay by credit card or Pay-Pal

Or in person at the Wadebridge Bookshop

Reflective Day: How shall I sing that majesty?

A day to explore how the poetry of hymns can lift our thoughts led by the Ven. John Rawlings, former Archdeacon of  Totnes

Saturday 19 August, 10am-3pm  St Endellion Church

The poetry of thoughtfully chosen hymns can lift our thoughts and prayers into another dimension. Some have sublime insights, others are more mundane, but they have shaped the faith, theology, understanding and prayer of many generations of Christians.

Cost £10

To book with the Endelienta Box Office  telephone 07787 944935  or go  online  www.endelienta.org.uk

Or call Rev. Prebendary Judith Pollinger on 01208 880181 or email rev.judith@btinternet.com

Please bring a picnic lunch, drinks provided

A Reflective Day on Faith in Ethiopia

A different way of being Christian, an African form of faith in Ethiopia, led by Dr John Binns

Saturday 24 June, 10am to 3pm, St Endellion Church

The Revd John Binns, Vicar of Great St Mary Cambridge and author of a recently published listed book on the history of the Orthodox Church in Ethiopia, will be leading the day.

His subject will be: ‘A different way of being Christian – the development of an African form of the faith in Ethiopia.

He will talk about the fact that  Ethiopia is a very ancient Church and was among the First Nations to become Christian, following its own way of being Christian, keeping the a Jewish laws if the Old Testament, a close relationship with Islam and with a unique approach to liturgy and church architect, as well as an oral tradition of theological scholarship.

Cost £10

To book with the Endelienta Box Office  telephone 07787 944935  or go  online  www.endelienta.org.uk

Or call Rev. Prebendary Judith Pollinger on 01208 880181 or email rev.judith@btinternet.com

Please bring a picnic lunch, drinks provided

Tamesis Choir

Tamesis Choir

Saturday 1 July, 7.30pm, St Endellion Church

An evening of city sights and rural delights!

Berkshire-based Tamesis Chamber Choir makes its Cornish debut with a lively programme portraying the town and the countryside. Bob Chilcott’s vibrant choral cantata ‘Songs and Cries of London Town’ and his hauntingly beautiful ‘Swimming over London’ represent city life while John Rutter’s fabulous Birthday Madrigals evoke the countryside. Join us for an evening of city sights and rural delights!

Tickets £10,  free for accompanied under-16s

Available from Box office  07787 944935

Or click here to book on-line and pay by credit card or Pay-Pal

Or in person at the Wadebridge Bookshop

Exhibition: Paul Jackson, Ceramics

Exhibition at St Endellion Hall-An exhibition of ceramics by Paul Jackson, one of the country’s leading ceramicists.

We are proud to show this exhibition of ceramics by Paul Jackson, one of the country’s top ceramicists. In response to Endelienta’s work in the North Cornwall region Paul has created a series of bowls taking the ancient fonts from local churches as inspiration.

20 May to 4 June: St Endellion Hall
Open during weekend days, 11.30am-4.30pm