Music at Junction 50

Last event Escocia Duo.    Violin and Guitar.

Thursday 14th June.        Concert starts: 7pm

£10 inc refreshments

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Don’t miss our last event for 2018.  Our other two previous performances were very popular and well attended (or words to that effect)

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Thursday 14th June 7pm Escocia Duo: Katrina Lee -Violin Roberto KuhnVersluys – Cuitar Chilean Roberto and Yorkshire born and bred Katrina formed the Escocia Duo whilst studying at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. They play a wide range of music – classical, folk and dance tunes. A 2O17 tour of Chile launched the duo which is now in great demand throughout Europe. Both accomplished soloists, they also perform internationally with orchestras and chamber groups. Guitar and violin duos are not common so we are delighted to have them in Baldersby.

Following the success of the last two years we are once again showcasing the extra-ordinary talents of young professional musicians who are training and performing all over the country.

Book Sale

Our Bumper Book Sale is going ahead on Sat 8th and Sun 9th September 2018. As this is our main fund raising event at St James we would be grateful for donations of any books which can be left at the back of church, it is open everyday.

Archbishops’ Joint Pastoral Letter

Independent Inquiry on Child Sexual Abuse: Archbishop’s letter

The Archbishops of York and Canterbury have written a joint Pastoral Letter for wide circulation following the end of the hearing which took place over the last three weeks as part of the Independent Inquiry on Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA).

“We are writing to you to ask for your prayers as Holy Week begins and as the Independent Inquiry on Child Sexual Abuse has finished its hearing into matters in the Diocese of Chichester. Please will you pray this Holy Week especially for all those involved, and for all affected by safeguarding issues.”

Archbishops Sentamu and Justin hope that their letter can either be read out or distributed in churches this weekend and at the start of Holy Week.

“We take very seriously all that has been heard by the Inquiry. Archbishop Justin said when he gave evidence last week that he had learned again through listening and reading the evidence given to the Inquiry, that we must not simply say sorry, but that we must also take action that demonstrates clearly that we have learnt the lessons. It is a fact that Bishops and Archbishops are now rightly required to listen, learn and act in accordance with safeguarding legislation and good practice.”