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Saturday 2nd November 201909:30Working Party
Please try to come and give some help if you are available, even if it is only for an hour or so
Sunday 3rd November 201910:30Holy Communion
15:00All Souls' Memorial Service
Everyone is welcome to this service, especially those who have lost someone close to them. There will be an opportunity to light a candle for someone you would like to remember.
Monday 4th November 201910:00Knit and Natter
The Knit and Natter group welcome you to their regular Monday meeting. Knit, crochet, embroider, quilt or just natter. We work on our own projects or knit items for Operation Shoebox and Baby Basics. There is tea, coffee and cake. A voluntary contribution can be made towards the cost of materials.
10.00 am – 12.00 noon, every Monday except Bank Holidays. Room 1 at Shirley House, Psalter Lane S11 8YL (next to St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church)
Contact Alison 0114 2665638 alisongregg25@hotmail.com
Tuesday 5th November 201910:00The Tuesday Cafe
Our café for people living with memory loss or dementia and their carers takes place in the narthex in church on Tuesday mornings between 10.00 am - 12.00 noon . We intend that it will be open every Tuesday of the year (except Christmas Day!) The café offers hot drinks, biscuits and homemade cakes, music, memory activities, and the opportunity for a chat.
Wednesday 6th November 201910:00Holy Communion
At the 10.00 Communion service on Wednesdays, we reflect together on a piece of spiritual writing. This may be from one of the Christian traditions, or sometimes from another tradition of faith. The person leading the service will make copies of the piece of writing to give out to everyone. Come and enjoy an oasis of reflective calm in the middle of a busy week, and join us for coffee or tea afterwards.
19:30'Far From the Home I Love'
Concert by acclaimed international pianist Margaret Fingerhut. To raise awareness of refugee needs and collect funds for Sheffield City of Sanctuary. See Nexus for more information. Tickets: £20 including wine/fruit juice and snacks, available from Tickets For Good (see below)
Thursday 7th November 201909:30Working Party
Please try to come and give some help if you are available, even if it is only for an hour or so
Friday 8th November 201910:00Parent and Baby Group
The Parent and Baby Group welcome you to their regular Friday session. We meet each Friday in term-time. All Nether Edge babies, new-born to 18 months, plus Mums and/or Dads are welcome - it's a chance to meet other new parents in friendly relaxed surroundings. Refreshments and home-made cakes! £1.50 per family per week. Contact Muriel Roberts 0114 2551473
19:00Sheffield Music Academy concert
Sheffield Music Academy is a thriving music school that offers a tailored programme of learning; including individual lessons, ensemble and specialist classes to students aged 8-19 with outstanding ability, dedication and potential. Our team of distinguished teaching staff provide some of the top musical training in the country. As a music education charity, bursaries and funding are available for eligible students. Part of the Music Festival www.sheffieldmusicacademy.org
Saturday 9th November 201919:00The Pennine Quartet concert
Gavin Usher and Ewan Kilpatrick, violins; Julie Doubleday, viola; Polly Virr, cello This exciting new ensemble is based in Sheffield and Manchester and has been brought together by a passion for chamber music and bringing classical music to a wider audience in less formal settings. Their aim is to build a regional reputation for fresh, energetic and innovative concerts. With members having played for Opera North and other prestigious ensembles, they will entertain us with music by Ravel and Beethoven. Part of the Music Festival
Sunday 10th November 2019 Remembrance Sunday
09:00Sunday2 followed by Wreath Laying
Starting with breakfast and filled with music, craft and quiet times, this inclusive, welcoming and joyous service is designed for everyone! Please stay after the service for refreshments; Quiet music will be played and there will be a presentation of the details of the soldiers on the First World War memorial displayed on the screens. The book with their details will also be in church. At 10.50 the congregation will gather for a hymn and short prayers and then divide to proceed to the two war memorials - in Shirley House, and outside the church(weather permitting) - for a short act of remembrance and placing of the wreaths.
18:30Holy Communion in Southcroft
19:00Merlin and Polina Shepherd concert
Merlin and Polina Shepherd – The greatest Klezmer duo in the world! Merlin and Polina return to the city where the UK revival of this increasingly popular Jewish folk music from Eastern Europe began in the 1980’s. Come and see the duo described as ‘the Led Zeppelin of contemporary Yiddish music’! Part of the Music Festival
Monday 11th November 201910:00Knit and Natter
The Knit and Natter group welcome you to their regular Monday meeting. Knit, crochet, embroider, quilt or just natter. We work on our own projects or knit items for Operation Shoebox and Baby Basics. There is tea, coffee and cake. A voluntary contribution can be made towards the cost of materials.
10.00 am – 12.00 noon, every Monday except Bank Holidays. Room 1 at Shirley House, Psalter Lane S11 8YL (next to St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church)
Contact Alison 0114 2665638 alisongregg25@hotmail.com
Tuesday 12th November 201910:00The Tuesday Cafe
Our café for people living with memory loss or dementia and their carers takes place in the narthex in church on Tuesday mornings between 10.00 am - 12.00 noon . We intend that it will be open every Tuesday of the year (except Christmas Day!) The café offers hot drinks, biscuits and homemade cakes, music, memory activities, and the opportunity for a chat.
19:00Dodsworth Colliery Band concert
Based in the ex-mining village of Dodworth, the Dodworth Colliery band, with their varied concert repertoire and wide appeal, recently celebrated their 180th birthday. Under the leadership of Eliot J Darwin they have picked up many awards and featured in numerous broadcasts for BBC Radio Sheffield. www.dodworthcollieryband.co.uk Part of the Music Festival
19:30Church Links
Wednesday 13th November 201910:00Holy Communion
At the 10.00 Communion service on Wednesdays, we reflect together on a piece of spiritual writing. This may be from one of the Christian traditions, or sometimes from another tradition of faith. The person leading the service will make copies of the piece of writing to give out to everyone. Come and enjoy an oasis of reflective calm in the middle of a busy week, and join us for coffee or tea afterwards.
Thursday 14th November 201919:30Eco-Group
Friday 15th November 201910:00Parent and Baby Group
The Parent and Baby Group welcome you to their regular Friday session. We meet each Friday in term-time. All Nether Edge babies, new-born to 18 months, plus Mums and/or Dads are welcome - it's a chance to meet other new parents in friendly relaxed surroundings. Refreshments and home-made cakes! £1.50 per family per week. Contact Muriel Roberts 0114 2551473
19:00Peak District Youth concert
Peak District Music Centre provides music-making opportunities of the highest quality for young people living in the area bounded by Buxton, Bakewell and Hope Valley, with string and wind ensembles, a big band and a choir. They regularly perform in national competitions and international tours. https://pdmc.org.uk/ Part of the Music Festival
Saturday 16th November 201900:00Sheffield Interfaith Walk - Burngreave
19:00Lizzie Dawson and Polly Sharpe concert
Lizzie Dawson, violin and Polly Sharpe, piano Dazzling violinist Lizzy currently attends the Sixth Form at Notre Dame High School in Sheffield and is a member of the Hallé Youth Orchestra, CSYO and Sheffield Music Hub Senior Orchestra. She is accompanied tonight by Polly Sharpe, who teaches at the University of York and St Peter’s School and whose accomplished playing keeps her in great demand as an accompanist. Part of the Music Festival
Sunday 17th November 201910:30Holy Communion
19:00Kaoru Bingham concert
Japanese-born Kaoru graduated from Trinity College of Music, London, in 1985, having been awarded all the piano prizes there. She went on to teach and tour before coming to live full-time in Sheffield but has resumed touring and has performed in England, Germany and Japan. Her repertoire covers a full spectrum of works from Baroque through to the present day; tonight she performs music by Schubert, Chopin and others. Part of the Music Festival
Monday 18th November 201910:00Knit and Natter
The Knit and Natter group welcome you to their regular Monday meeting. Knit, crochet, embroider, quilt or just natter. We work on our own projects or knit items for Operation Shoebox and Baby Basics. There is tea, coffee and cake. A voluntary contribution can be made towards the cost of materials.
10.00 am – 12.00 noon, every Monday except Bank Holidays. Room 1 at Shirley House, Psalter Lane S11 8YL (next to St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church)
Contact Alison 0114 2665638 alisongregg25@hotmail.com
Tuesday 19th November 201910:00The Tuesday Cafe
Our café for people living with memory loss or dementia and their carers takes place in the narthex in church on Tuesday mornings between 10.00 am - 12.00 noon . We intend that it will be open every Tuesday of the year (except Christmas Day!) The café offers hot drinks, biscuits and homemade cakes, music, memory activities, and the opportunity for a chat.
19:00Leadership Team Meeting
Wednesday 20th November 201910:00Holy Communion
At the 10.00 Communion service on Wednesdays, we reflect together on a piece of spiritual writing. This may be from one of the Christian traditions, or sometimes from another tradition of faith. The person leading the service will make copies of the piece of writing to give out to everyone. Come and enjoy an oasis of reflective calm in the middle of a busy week, and join us for coffee or tea afterwards.
19:30Interfaith event: Symbolic foods - Show and Share
Certain foods form part of worship, or represent particular events in faith traditions. Come and tell us about yours and learn about others. Share them if appropriate. Can we separate symbolic foods from merely cultural traditions? Open to all faiths and everybody, in the Shirley House Interfaith Centre.
Thursday 21st November 201918:00Interfaith Food and Friendship dinner
Join us to celebrate Interfaith Week with a multi-cultural, mainly vegetarian, bring and share meal. We don't guarantee no mention of the General Election, but at least you may hear some different opinions! People of all faiths (and food) traditions, or none, are most welcome. Sheffield Interfaith welcomes everybody who would like to come to the Shirley House Interfaith Centre, 31 Psalter Lane S11 8YL. If you have not attended before, these are bring and share dinners. To be inclusive of varying dietary requirements, most dishes are vegetarian (though it is fine to bring meat dishes as long as you indicate this). We love to share traditional dishes from different cultures. A kettle, microwave and oven are available to finish off or heat up contributions that need this. Savoury and sweet foods are both popular, there is no need to book or inform anybody of what you wish to bring, but if you have any queries please contact the Sheffield Interfaith website or the St Andrews Psalter Lane Church Office on 0114 267 8289. These dinners are organised and hosted by Sheffield Interfaith, they are not Shirley House Interfaith Centre events. Shirley House Interfaith Centre is open to all faiths and everybody, it is not a membership group.
Friday 22nd November 201910:00Parent and Baby Group
The Parent and Baby Group welcome you to their regular Friday session. We meet each Friday in term-time. All Nether Edge babies, new-born to 18 months, plus Mums and/or Dads are welcome - it's a chance to meet other new parents in friendly relaxed surroundings. Refreshments and home-made cakes! £1.50 per family per week. Contact Muriel Roberts 0114 2551473
Sunday 24th November 201909:15Holy Communion
10:30Morning Worship
Monday 25th November 201910:00Knit and Natter
The Knit and Natter group welcome you to their regular Monday meeting. Knit, crochet, embroider, quilt or just natter. We work on our own projects or knit items for Operation Shoebox and Baby Basics. There is tea, coffee and cake. A voluntary contribution can be made towards the cost of materials.
10.00 am – 12.00 noon, every Monday except Bank Holidays. Room 1 at Shirley House, Psalter Lane S11 8YL (next to St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church)
Contact Alison 0114 2665638 alisongregg25@hotmail.com
19:00Openness Group meeting
In the Narthex
Tuesday 26th November 201910:00The Tuesday Cafe
Our café for people living with memory loss or dementia and their carers takes place in the narthex in church on Tuesday mornings between 10.00 am - 12.00 noon . We intend that it will be open every Tuesday of the year (except Christmas Day!) The café offers hot drinks, biscuits and homemade cakes, music, memory activities, and the opportunity for a chat.
Wednesday 27th November 201910:00Holy Communion
At the 10.00 Communion service on Wednesdays, we reflect together on a piece of spiritual writing. This may be from one of the Christian traditions, or sometimes from another tradition of faith. The person leading the service will make copies of the piece of writing to give out to everyone. Come and enjoy an oasis of reflective calm in the middle of a busy week, and join us for coffee or tea afterwards.
19:30ECC
Thursday 28th November 201919:30Radical Welcome Session 3
Session 3 'How Radical are we in our welcome' To be held in the Shirley House Interfaith Centre
Friday 29th November 201910:00Parent and Baby Group
The Parent and Baby Group welcome you to their regular Friday session. We meet each Friday in term-time. All Nether Edge babies, new-born to 18 months, plus Mums and/or Dads are welcome - it's a chance to meet other new parents in friendly relaxed surroundings. Refreshments and home-made cakes! £1.50 per family per week. Contact Muriel Roberts 0114 2551473
Saturday 30th November 201911:00Southcroft Christmas Fair
Refreshments, cards, gifts, plants, tombola and much more!
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