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Southfields Harvest, save the date!

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Southfields Harvest is coming to St Barnabas on Saturday 1st October, noon – 3pm.  Join us for an afternoon of good food and drink, and a display of Southfields’ finest culinary talent (prizes will be given for showstopping cakes, jams and chutneys). Also includes music to set your feet tapping, craft beer, honey and produce, BBQ, apple juicing, cake, knitting and merriment.

To add to the excitement, the Big Draw festival will be coming to Southfields Harvest. Put your imagination to work to create the Great Big Southfields Combine Harvester with Southfields artist and illustrator, Jane Porter – a community event for young and old.

Entrance is free.

Continuing our summer of music at St Barnabas

Following our first two concerts (Celebrating Women Composers and Music, Landscape and Myth in Scandinavia), we are delighted to announce a new concert into our summer series, to be held on Monday 20th June at 7.30pm.

The talented Iuventus Ensemble are set to deliver a passionate and warm performance of the Dohnanyi Serenade in C major, Opus 10 and Schubert Octet in F major, D803.

Tickets are £15 (£10 concessions / £5 for under 16s) on the door, and include complimentary refreshments in the interval. We hope that you can join us for this event.

Please also note that there will be two further concerts in the summer series:

To Warm Each Troubled Heart (Sunday 10th July, 6pm)

Oboist Julia White, cellist Mayda Narvey and guitarist Matthew Sear play an intimate and beguiling programme of Baroque and Spanish music with readings by Darris Golinski reflecting on the power of music to heal and restore. Tickets are £10 (£8 concessions / £5 for under 16s).

Jazz for a Summer Evening (Friday 5th August, 7.30pm)

Soprano Lene Sahlhodt and jazz pianist Chad Lelong join cellist Mayda Narvey in a summer cabaret of jazz, both standard and rather off the beaten track. With readings by Jazz FM presenter / performer, Bob Sinfield. Tickets are £10 (£8 concessions / £5 for under 16s).

Programme for Children's Work conference: Saturday 16th April

Training for the Wandsworth Churches. Saturday 16th April

Venue: St Barnabas Southfields 146 Lavenham Road, London SW18 5EP

  Arrival:  Tea Coffee and pastries available from 9.45.

10.00 – 10.20 Worship including Godly Play story                            Hugh Ridsdill-Smith + AN Other

10.20-10.55     Why are we doing this?                                                          Hugh Ridsdill-Smith

10.50 – 1.00    Practical techniques, ideas and resources for Leading Sunday School sessions                                                                                                                                Ali Campbell 

Music at St Barnabas: Celebrating Women Composers

Screen Shot 2016-04-06 at 12.12.36Join us on Thursday 26th May (7.30pm) as violinist Miriam Kramer, Cellist Mayda Narvey and pianist Charis Hanning explore the work of women composers from the 12th Century mystic Hildegard von Bingen to contemporary American composer Deborah Netanel.

The evening also includes readings by women writers throughout the ages.

Tickets are available on the door at £10 (£8 for seniors, £5 for under 16s). All profits will be donated to Ibba Girls’ School.

Lent books and courses

We are studying” I am with You’, by Kathryn Greene-McCreight , which is The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent book.

We begin our course on Wednesday 24th February at 8pm; In the Upper Room.

And will meet weekly until March 16th

Please let Ian or Joy know if you want to join us.

Another option for those who would like to do some daily reflections is to follow Reflections for Lent , from Church House publishing; which is also available on kindle or an App. Features reflections by Andrew Davison, Paula Gooder, and others.

Between The Lines, Saturday 30th January 7.30pm

Screen Shot 2016-01-14 at 14.55.15“Evocative and haunting, distilled and poignant but ultimately uplifting. A honed and crafted clever piece of theatre.”

“de Deney’s latest performance combines poetry and virtuoso storytelling to create a poignant revisiting of the themes of war, love and loss.”

Join us at St Barnabas at 7.30pm on Saturday 30th January to watch ‘Between The Lines’, a passionate one man play about the war to end all wars written and performed by Simon de Deney  (50mins).

A keeper of the graves in an old war cemetery is compelled to unravel a 100 year mystery. The play follows an underage soldier’s journey through the First World War as he struggles to deal with the impact of his choices on the people he loves most and his own sense of betrayal.

Tickets are available to purchase on the door for £10 (concessions available).

Hall Bookings

Our halls are open for hire.

We are delighted to be welcoming back regular group activities, both for children and for adults.

As of April 23, 2022, we will have limited availability for party hire.  For the time being, we are prioritizing users who live in the parish of St Barnabas or are church members, as we want to support our local community as we come out of Covid restrictions.  Click here for details.

We run the halls as part of our commitment to the community.  Although they raise revenue for us, they are not profit making, so we ask all hirers to respect them and look after them so that they can be enjoyed by local residents for many years to come.

NB: all hall names are merely working titles, and all prices are open to revision!

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