All Saints Youth Event announced

Bishop Tony has announced the second youth event for the Community of All Saints

He has issued an open invitation to young people aged 11 plus to come to Gospel Street, a mix of theatre, comedy, spoken word and music in St George’s Church, Lupset on Friday 3 November.

It follows the successful Murder in the Cathedral event earlier this year; the first event for young people across the Wakefield Episcopal Area as part of Bishop Tony's Community of All Saints.(pic right is chocolate fountain heaven at Murder in the Cathedral event)

The event brought 70 young people from across the Area into Wakefield Cathedral on a Friday night to work together to play detective, find clues, interrogate suspects and find the evidence to unmask the murderer. Pictured left a group of young people miming a bible story at Murder in the Cathedral event.

Gospel Street is the latest touring show from Riding Lights Theatre company which tells an exciting and contemporary story with a challenging message as four young evangelists put together the story of what happened on their street.

Tickets cost £5 and include supper. All under 18s should be accompanied by an adult. Tickets from  charlie.scott@leeds.anglican.org.

 

THIS PRODUCTION BY RIDING LIGHTS THEATRE IS ALSO COMING TO OTHER CHURCHES IN OUR DIOCESE: 

St Matthias Church, Leeds, on Thursday 12 October, Christ Church Hipperholme, Halifax, on Friday 13 October, Burley in Wharfedale Methodist Church, Burley-in-Wharfedale, on Thursday 2 November, and St Andrew's Methodist Church, Bradford, on Saturday 25th November

Contact them directly for more.

 

 

 

FRIDAY 3RD NOVEMBER AT 7.00PM. ST GEORGE’S CHURCH Broadway, Lupset, Wakefield, WF2 8AA

HAPPY BIRTHDAY ALL SAINTS: SAVE THE DATE: NOV 1

Please join us on 1st November at Wakefield Cathedral for a Eucharist to celebrate one year of The Community of All Saints. Since Advent Sunday last year about 150 people have signed up to keeping a simple ‘Rule of Life’ and there will be testimony and worship, led by Bishop Tony to mark this anniversary. 

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