Saturday – Jan 7th – 7pm – Paul Church
We would like to extend an invitation for churchgoers to join us for our annual “Twelfth Night” Folk-Carol concert in aid of refugees, especially those who fall ‘outside’ of the system. This year we are supporting three NGOs who are (at great risk to themselves) supporting literally thousands of Afghan Christian IDPs and refugees in Kabul, Pakistan, and Iran, or holed-up in transit camps in Turkey and Greece largely ignored by Western powers.
The music is very eclectic and there is something for everyone – Folk-Carols (including Cornish ones), reflective and moving pieces in between, some humorous numbers, newly composed works, and also audience participation, mulled wine, and mince pies!
There is no entry charge although there will be opportunity to donate to the charities. It is not necessary to book a ticket but it would be enormously helpful if you could let us know how many in your party will be coming so that we can plan the catering.
There is plenty of parking in the cricket ground nearby, and disabled parking right opposite the church.
Finally, do feel free to pass this invitation onto friends and neighbours: this event is both enormous fun and a great way to do something solid and practical for brothers and sisters who are paying the ultimate price for their faith.
Dr Russell Blacker and colleagues