Luther's Legacy - a Reformation lecture

Reformation music

1st October at 11.45am, followed by a bring & share lunch and opportunity for further discussion.

On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of Luther’s publication of the 95 theses, this talk explores the legacy of the German Reformation. A particular focus will be on congregational singing and how the hymns shaped Protestant identity in Germany and Britain to the present day. We will look at (and sing) examples from the first Protestant hymnbook printed in 1524 in Erfurt to the Methodist hymnbook ‘Hymns and Psalms’.

Henrike Lähnemann is Professor of Medieval German Language and Literature and coordinates the ‘Reformation 2017’ project in Oxford. She is a member of St Columba’s URC and a keen singer.

Image: Luther, Martin, and Melchior Sachse. Deutsche Messe Vnd Ordnung Gottis Diensts. Wittemberg. Gedruckt Zu Erffurdt: Durch Melchior Sachssen., 1526. Taylorian shelf mark: ARCH.12o.G.1526(2)

Family Fun Day

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Saturday 23rd September : The theme for this year is heroes!  There's all the usual live music, side shows (welly wanging is a new one this year) and we have World of Crocodiles with us again this year (11.30am to 1.30pm) + the Fire Brigade are coming for part of the day - hopefully with a fire engine if they think they can fit it in in front of the Playschool gates without it blocking the fire exit from there!! There will be crafts, face painting, tasty snacks and cream teas! Admission is free so please come and join us!

Holiday@Home 2017

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Holiday @ Home returned from 24th - 28th July. This is an annual holiday club for those of “more mature” years. The week is always packed with a range of activities, a cooked lunch each day, lots of tea and cake and good company. This year’s highlights included a coach trip to Bath on Wednesday 26th July. 

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