The Image of the Unicorn in Christian Spirituality

Reflective Day on the image of the Unicorn led by Revd Professor Paul S. Fiddes

Saturday 28 October, 10am-3pm  St Minver Church

Various meanings of the unicorn in the Christian spirituality of Mediaeval and Renaissance times will be explored in the morning session.

In the afternoon, young people from the North Cornwall Cluster will explore the popularity of the image of the unicorn in today’s youth culture, drawing on films, books, television and the internet.

Revd. Prebendary Paul S. Fiddes is Professor of Systematic Theology, the University of Oxford and a Prebendary of St Endellion.

Tickets £10. Children free. Tea and coffee 10am -10.30am  in St Minver Church. Bring a picnic lunch.

To book – on line click here 

or telephone  rev.judith 01208 880181 or rev.judith@btinternet.com

Harvest Festivals

Welcome to Harvest Festival
at The North Cornwall Cluster of Churches

17th September 11am St Endellion – Harvest Worship

24th September 11am St Minver – All Age Worship with the school choir

24th September 6pm St Michael’s – Evensong

1st October 3pm St Enodoc – Evensong

1st October 4pm St Peter’s – “Harvest of the Sea”

1st October 6pm St Kew – Traditional Harvest Worship and charity auction

You are invited to: The Alpha Course

A friendly and informal chance to explore the Christian faith, ask questions and share your point of view.

Each evening starts with light refreshments, and includes a short film and time for discussion.
All are welcome.

Mondays 18th September – 27th November, 7pm

The Vicarage, Churchtown, St Minver PL27 6QH

Contact Revd Elizabeth: 07758 407661
email: elizabeth-wild@live.co.uk

Four Quartets

Four Quartets, with Flora Pethybridge & Ashley Ramsden

Thursday 5 October, 7.30pm, St Endellion Church

“We shall not cease from exploration
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time…”

Join us for an intimate performance of TS Eliot’s visionary masterpiece. Flora Pethybridge is a singer and storyteller, Ashley Ramsden the founder of the International School of Storytelling UK. Their touring presentation of one of the great poems in the English language is the stuff of legends. There will be beauty, laughter, and poetry in abundance.

“An amazing mind-stretching evening, leaving me puzzled and enchanted”.(Audience member)

See www.ashleyramsden.com.

This is the first evening event of the North Cornwall Book Festival.

Tickets £6

Telephone the Endelienta Box Office on 07787 944935

To book on line  click here

Endelienta Open Exhibition

4 November – 10 December, St Endellion Hall

The exhibition brings together a selection of  works by  talented artists from the region and beyond in a visual art show of high quality and variety, including paintings, etchings, relief prints and pastel works.

The exhibition at St Endellion Hall will be open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays, from 11.30am to 4pm until 10 December.

Entry is free

All artworks on display are for sale.

Further details on submitting artworks for the exhibition please click to download guidelines and entry form as Word Document(fill in on your computer and print) or as PDF (print and fill in by hand). The deadline for submission is Thursday 26 October, and the hand in date for the actual artworks is Wednesday 1 November, in the afternoon.

Three Daft Monkeys

3 Daft Monkeys – Year of the Clown

Friday 6 October, 7.30pm, St Endellion Church

Bringing vibrant new songs from their recently released album Year of the Clown, favourites on the festivals circuit 3 Daft Monkeys perform a brand new set of quirky, original and upbeat fiddle-driven tunes. Now with a 4-piece line up, the band are taking their famously dynamic live show to new danceable dizzy heights. Expect dancing in the aisles!

With Celtic and eastern influences, their style of world folk music reflects the global village in which we now live. You will be taken on a musical journey of the senses and emotions, leaving you breathless, enthralled and exhilarated.

After their performance at Glastonbury, Mark Radcliffe declared them to be one of his ‘Highlights of the Festival’.

Hear them at www.3daftmonkeys.co.uk/music

Tickets £10, accompanied under 16s free

Available from Box office  07787 944935

To book on-line click here

Or in person at the Wadebridge Bookshop

Remaining tickets available on the door

An Evening with Liane Carroll

Saturday 7 October, 7.30pm, St Endellion Church

Liane Carroll has been a pillar of the British jazz and soul scene for over thirty-five years, so it’s incredibly exciting to have her here in St Endellion.

Top jazz vocalist and a hugely talented pianist, Liane won Best British Jazz Vocalist in 2016 and Best New CD 2015 at the British Jazz Awards. She entertains with diverse material including jazz greats, much-loved songs by a range of singer-songwriters, and her own material, all delivered in her haunting, slightly husky voice, with “heart stopping emotion and soul bearing power.” (Peter Quinn, Jazzwise).

Liane’s new album The Right to Love was released in July to excellent reviews. Buy yourself a drink and settle down for a memorable evening.

www.lianecarroll.co.uk

Tickets £10, accompanied under 16s free

Available from Box office  07787 944935

To book on-line click here

Or in person at the Wadebridge Bookshop

Remaining tickets available on the door

 

Galini Piano Trio

Saturday 4 November, 7.30pm, St Endellion Church

The Galini Piano Trio ( Andrew Watkinson – violin, Shuna Wilson – cello and Caroline Palmer – piano) will be playing Haydn’s Piano trio in A major, Shostakovich’s 2nd piano trio in E minor, and Schubert’s piano trio in B flat in what promises to be a very special concert by these world-class players. The Galini Piano trio was formed 12 years ago and has since played all over the UK and abroad. Andrew has been the first violin of the Endellion Quartet for 37 years. Shuna was the cellist of the Kandinsky Quartet for several years and Caroline is Professor of Piano and Chamber Music at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. All three have made extensive recordings in collaboration with many famous artists.

Tickets £10, accompanied under 16s free

Available from Box office  07787 944935

To book on-line click here

Or in person at the Wadebridge Bookshop

Remaining tickets available on the door

Flats and Sharps

Friday 24 November, 7.30pm, St Endellion Church

Blurring the lines between bluegrass, folk, country & pop, Flats and Sharps perform their own highly original songs as well as renditions of Bluegrass classics. These five incredible young musicians have honed their skills in 350 live performances over five years, charming and wowing audiences along the way. They have come a long way from their humble beginnings busking in Penzance as 17 year-olds!

The band has won fans at scores of festivals including Isle of Wight, Maverick, Country 2 Country, Proms Hyde Park and Ireland’s Westport Folk and Bluegrass Festival where they headlined in 2015. They have toured in Europe, Australia and the USA.

“…effortlessly entertaining …sublime five part harmonies “ (Mark Ellen, R2 Magazine)

www.flatsandsharps.co.uk

Tickets £10, accompanied under 16s free

Available from Box office  07787 944935

To book on-line click here

Or in person at the Wadebridge Bookshop

Remaining tickets available on the door

Recitals from Wells Cathedral School Musicians

Sunday 10 December, 3pm, St Endellion Church

Young Musicians from Wells Cathedral School

We are thrilled to be presenting a Sunday afternoon concert which will showcase some of Wells’ talented young musicians, featuring performances by this year’s applicants from the school to the 2018 BBC Young Musician of the Year.

Tickets £8, accompanied under 16s free

Available from Box office  07787 944935

To book on-line click here

Or in person at the Wadebridge Bookshop

Remaining tickets available on the door