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Coventry Event

Postby presbyter » Tue Oct 03, 2006 9:50 pm

Archdiocese of Birmingham Liturgy Commission Church Music Committee

Words, Music & Worship
A day for the parish readers, singers and instrumentalists
of the Coventry, Rugby and Warwick Deaneries at
St Thomas More, Coventry
Knoll Drive, Styvechale, CV3 5DE
Saturday 4 November 2006
10.30AM to 4.30PM
Cost £5
bring a packed lunch - drinks provided

Workshops:
Proclaiming God's Word (What is the Liturgy of the Word? Why is it so important? Practical skills.)
Singing (Those who sing well, pray twice. Repertoire. Practical skills.)
Instruments (Organists, keyboard players, guitars, melody instruments.
Leading and accompanying.)

Led by members of the diocesan committee:
including Darquise Bilodeau, Jo Boyce, Fiona Jinks,
Fr Peter Jones, Fr Timothy Menezes, Alan Smith,
Paul Wellicome & Marie Yates

Timetable
10.30 Arrival
10.50 Prayer
11.00 Presentation: Your part in your Parish Mass
11.30 Workshops (part 1)
12.30 Lunch
1.15 Workshops (part 2)
2.15 Presentation: Words, Music and the New Mass
2.45 Preparing Evening Prayer
3.15 Tea
3.45 Evening Prayer
4.15 What next?
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Postby dunstan » Mon Oct 23, 2006 10:10 am

Is there anywhere/anyone to RSVP or do we just turn up?
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Postby Alan » Mon Oct 23, 2006 10:16 am

E-mail Fr Peter Jones to say you're coming. I will PM the details to you.
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Postby dunstan » Tue Nov 07, 2006 11:06 am

That was a really useful and stimulating day. For the many of us who plod away alone in our parishes it is brilliant to spend time with people with common cause.

Many thanks to those who facilitated and ran the event - Presbyter, Alan and PW in particular, and it was good to put faces to a few names.
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