Churches Together in Canterbury
NewsCTC Walk of Witness and Outdoor service.
Here are the details:
10:45am Gather at The Salvation Army for tea/coffee and hot cross buns
11:15am Form up for the Walk of Witness
11:20am Walk of Witness leaves The Salvation Army and heads to the Longmarket (outside Las Ignuanas) *
11:30am Outdoor service begins
12:00pm Service finishes
- Due to the Council roadworks taking place on the High Street at the moment, there is a small chance that the service may need to relocate to Rose Square (Whitefriars), but we will confirm this in the week leading up to the event. All other details will remain the same.
- Contemporary Theology Group, 7:30pm Wednesday 15th March at St Peter’s Methodist Church
The speaker will be Dr. Jeremy Law, Dean of Chapel, Canterbury Christchurch University and he will be speaking on ‘Discerning Truth in a Contemporary Society’.
There is a charge of £5 at the door for each talk to cover costs (people in full-time education are admitted free).
The talk will be both live-streamed and recorded.
Also please note the change of speaker for the 19th April event:
Unfortunately, Rachel Mann cannot now come to speak on ‘Poetry in Precarious Times’. However, we are very glad to welcome back Professor Richard Norman, who will address the pressing question ‘Should all Christians be Pacifists (and what about Humanists?)’.
- Open Table services, monthly at St Peter’s Church
Please find attached the poster with details of April’s service.
- Spring Piano Recital, 12:15-1:15pm Tuesday 11th April at St Andrew’s URC
Pianist Samm Carr will be performing a recital at St Andrew’s, featuring a mix of different composers. Entry is free but donations to the Canterbury Food Bank are welcome.
- ‘Breeding Grounds’, 5pm Saturday 22nd April at the Friends’ Meeting House
Breeding Grounds is a play which explores the human response to sustainability, world
population and the moral dilemmas that are now facing each and every one of
us in our daily lives. And to which we have to find our own accommodating
solutions in the face of what seems to many to be a state of political inertia.
The play lasts just under an hour and will be
followed by discussion and then refreshments.
Free of charge, charitable donations welcome.
Further information Helga Cukure 0773 293 4242.
- A Pan-European Feast to raise money for Christian Aid, 7:00 for 7:30pm Saturday 22nd April at St Dunstan’s Church Hall
The items on the menu will reflect the cuisine of 7 different parts of Europe:
Humus (Greece),Avjar (Northern Macedonia) and Tapenade (Provence) served with oatcakes (Scotland)
Rhubarb or Apple Crumble ( England)
White or rose wine from Lirac (France)
Suggested donation £20
If you would like to join us please email
to book a place. Please let us know if you would like a vegetarian option, and whether you would prefer apple or rhubarb crumble. Also if you have any other special dietary needs. Seafood, nuts and gluten are a traditional part of the recipes we plan to use but they can be excluded for individuals if we have prior notice.
Secretary, Christians Together in Canterbury