ArtServe Festival at Home 2020

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Although the festival at High Leigh has been cancelled, they are delighted to be able to offer as much as is practical via Zoom on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 October.

Saturday 10 October
9.30 am — Icon Writing with Susan Cooke. Susan will talk about icons and give a practical demonstration of preparation and execution.

11.30 am — Hymn writing with the Revd Dr Andrew Pratt. Andrew will talk us through the principles of hymn writing, and give us an opportunity to put these skills to work.

2.00 pm — ArtServe's Annual General Meeting — free session

4.00 pm — Singing with Geraldine Latty

Sunday 11 October
2.00 pm — ArtServe worship led by the Revd Michaela Youngson, followed by a time of fellowship — free session

Booking is required, and a nominal fee of £15.00 is payable for those sessions that aren't free. The ArtServe AGM (Saturday) and festival worship (Sunday) are free to members, as well as to those who sign up for the paid sessions, and anyone who booked for the original festival.

More info and booking details can be found here.

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