MUSIC FESTIVAL AT HOLY TRINITY
About the Sea... and other pictures - Friday 1 June, 7.30pm
Songs by Franz Schubert, Robert and Clara Schumann, Reynaldo Hahn and Edward Elgar's Sea Pictures.
Ulrike Wutscher, mezzo-soprano (www.ulrikewutscher.com)
Marzia Hudajarova, piano (www.marziahudajarova.com)
St Louis Children's Choir (USA) - Friday 8 June, 7.30pm
Hear the talented children of the St Louis Children's Choir who are touring Scotland with a versatile programme of music. Let's give them a warm welcome in Stirling!
The Organ Through the Ages - Friday 15 June, 7.30pm
Music by J. S. Bach, Brahms, Buxtehude, Camilleri, Elgar, Hanff, Mendelssohn, Standford, Weelkes & others
Alistair Warwick, organ (alistairwarwick.com)
Donations at door and refreshments available on all these dates
Mothers Union Update
There was a good turnout for our Easter meeting on 14 March. We were delighted to welcome Val Nellist who spoke about a new initiative Side by Side. This is an international movement for gender justice. The Scottish Parliament recently hosted an exhibition, Faith in Gender Justice, which tells the stories of 16 inspirational women of faith who are working to challenge gender inequality both here and around the world. Please look up Side by Side on the Christian Aid Website and take the opportunity to read some of their excellent publications. For example Reveal resources on gender from Tearfund Reveal is a collection of tools put together by Tearfund for people working directly with local communities or churches.
Wednesday 9 May, 7.30 pm, Holy Trinity, Stirling:
Are we Dementia friendly?
All Welcome. You don't need to be a member! Coffee/tea and good cake await!
For further information, please contact: Helen Kemp on 01786 479400.
As others see us…
Comments from visitors who attended on Doors Open Weekend
- "Beautiful church full of character and history."
- "Steeped in history, beautiful stained glass."
- "Good memories."
- "Thank you for the guided visit. Very beautiful church."
- "Beautiful pictures in the windows and lovely welcome, thank you very much."
- "Peace be with you."
Explore the Diocesan website, which has lots of up-to-date news and photographs.