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Heath Street Baptist Church
July 2021

Thursday 1st July 2021 9:00pmLecture series (online)A course of 53 lectures to get you thinking about Christian theology. These weekly Zoom discussions each focus on a theological lecture, available online, which participants are expected to have watched or listened to beforehand. Each discussion is introduced with a brief recapitulation of the argument of the week’s lecture (usually by the Minister!) and some suggestions for points of discussion. After that the floor is open. By way of light relief, each week’s video link is accompanied by one suggested gospel song for listening to during the week, and each ‘live’ (i.e. real-time) discussion also begins by listening together to another song from the playlist. The Zoom link for the discussion is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87179878823, and weekly links for the lectures and songs will be sent to the church circulation list. This week's lecture: Rowan Williams: Binding the Sacrifice: Theological Parodies in The Merchant of Venice https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLwILPsooUY The Swan Silvertones: Keep My Heart https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrT3bVIpQVHQJlqWqSISPvSo2m3IlKXYa
Sunday 4th July 2021 11:00amWorship (in the church and online)Service to be led by the Rev. Ewan King. Also live on Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87179878823. Including our Children's Sunday Club – stories, crafts, drama and play for all ages.
8:00pmHeardA new audio-drama by Anna Semple and Gareth Mattey. Free entry.
Tuesday 6th July 2021 1:00pmLunchtime concert (in the church)Free informal recital featuring music students and professionals. This week: Follia perform musical divertissements from 18th century France by Monteclair, Rameau, Marais, Charpentier and others. The concert will also be live streamed on Facebook at https://fb.me/e/16CqsmNdY and YouTube at https://youtu.be/DhC53vKq99Y. (All concerts will follow current Covid guidelines.)
Friday 9th July 2021 9:00pmLecture series (online)A course of 53 lectures to get you thinking about Christian theology. These weekly Zoom discussions each focus on a theological lecture, available online, which participants are expected to have watched or listened to beforehand. Each discussion is introduced with a brief recapitulation of the argument of the week’s lecture (usually by the Minister!) and some suggestions for points of discussion. After that the floor is open. By way of light relief, each week’s video link is accompanied by one suggested gospel song for listening to during the week, and each ‘live’ (i.e. real-time) discussion also begins by listening together to another song from the playlist. The Zoom link for the discussion is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87179878823, and weekly links for the lectures and songs will be sent to the church circulation list. This week's lecture and song: Robert Jenson: Genesis 1.1 and Luke 1.26-38 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDeF-qRKtg4 The Swan Silvertones: I’m Coming Home https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrT3bVIpQVHQJlqWqSISPvSo2m3IlKXYa
Saturday 10th July 2021 6:30pmBoxwood & BrassNew Sounds for Old Winds #3: Octets by Mozart, Hummel and Wendt. Part of the Summer Chamber Concert Series 2021, presented by Baroquestock and Heath Street Arts. (Current Covid guidelines will be followed.)
Sunday 11th July 2021 11:00amWorship (in the church and online)Service to be led by the Rev. Ewan King. Also live on Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87179878823. Including our Children's Sunday Club – stories, crafts, drama and play for all ages.
12:30pmChurch members' meetingEveryone involved at Heath Street is welcome, not just Church Members. At this meeting the diaconate will present our report and accounts for 2020 to be agreed by the members. Also at this meeting the diaconate will propose changes to the constitution regarding to our ability to hold online meetings.
Tuesday 13th July 2021 1:00pmLunchtime concert (in the church)Free informal recital featuring music students and professionals. Also live streamed on the Heath Street Arts YouTube channel. This week: NCW3 Trio play a mix of music from the jazz canon as well as their own compositions. (All concerts will follow current Covid guidelines.)
Friday 16th July 2021 9:00pmLecture series (online)A course of 53 lectures to get you thinking about Christian theology. These weekly Zoom discussions each focus on a theological lecture, available online, which participants are expected to have watched or listened to beforehand. Each discussion is introduced with a brief recapitulation of the argument of the week’s lecture (usually by the Minister!) and some suggestions for points of discussion. After that the floor is open. By way of light relief, each week’s video link is accompanied by one suggested gospel song for listening to during the week, and each ‘live’ (i.e. real-time) discussion also begins by listening together to another song from the playlist. The Zoom link for the discussion is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87179878823, and weekly links for the lectures and songs will be sent to the church circulation list. This week's lecture and song: William Schweiker: The Saint and the Humanities https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q72n1ALyCfM The Swan Silvertones: Milky White Way https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrT3bVIpQVHQJlqWqSISPvSo2m3IlKXYa
Sunday 18th July 2021 11:00amWorship (in the church and online)Service to be led by the Rev. Ewan King. Also live on Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87179878823. Including our Children's Sunday Club – stories, crafts, drama and play for all ages.
Tuesday 20th July 2021 1:00pmLunchtime concert (in the church)Free informal recital featuring music students and professionals. Also live streamed on the Heath Street Arts YouTube channel. This week: One Voice, One Cello & A Mad Belgian. This duo are a truly unique and exciting ensemble. They consist of Englishman Rupert Gillett & Belgian Jennifer El Gammal, armed with only a cello, a soprano sax, their two intertwined singing voices and an occasional melodeon. Using this stripped down and quirky combination, they produce a sound which is far bigger than the sum of its parts. They are folk singers, jazz improvisers, chamber musicians and storytellers, and their live performances are known for their grace, wit and virtuosity. Lush and soaring melodies, toe tapping rhythms, gorgeous vocal harmonies or wild jazzy excursions: all of these things could happen in a show. (All concerts will follow current Covid guidelines.)
Friday 23rd July 2021 9:00pmLecture series (online)A course of 53 lectures to get you thinking about Christian theology. These weekly Zoom discussions each focus on a theological lecture, available online, which participants are expected to have watched or listened to beforehand. Each discussion is introduced with a brief recapitulation of the argument of the week’s lecture (usually by the Minister!) and some suggestions for points of discussion. After that the floor is open. By way of light relief, each week’s video link is accompanied by one suggested gospel song for listening to during the week, and each ‘live’ (i.e. real-time) discussion also begins by listening together to another song from the playlist. The Zoom link for the discussion is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87179878823, and weekly links for the lectures and songs will be sent to the church circulation list. This week's lecture and song: Ben Quash: Imaginative Hope https://vimeo.com/425194618 The Sensational Nightingales: God’s Word Will Never Pass Away https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrT3bVIpQVHQJlqWqSISPvSo2m3IlKXYa
Sunday 25th July 2021 11:00amWorship (in the church and online)Service to be led by the Rev. Ewan King. Also live on Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87179878823. Including our Children's Sunday Club – stories, crafts, drama and play for all ages.
Tuesday 27th July 2021 1:00pmLunchtime concert (in the church)Free informal recital featuring music students and professionals. Also live streamed on the Heath Street Arts YouTube channel. This week: Music From Paris. Alexander Metcalfe (piano) performs works by Lully, Rameau, Couperin, Mozart, Chopin, Liszt, Debussy, Satie and Ravel. (All concerts will follow current Covid guidelines.)
Friday 30th July 2021 9:00pmLecture series (online)A course of 53 lectures to get you thinking about Christian theology. These weekly Zoom discussions each focus on a theological lecture, available online, which participants are expected to have watched or listened to beforehand. Each discussion is introduced with a brief recapitulation of the argument of the week’s lecture (usually by the Minister!) and some suggestions for points of discussion. After that the floor is open. By way of light relief, each week’s video link is accompanied by one suggested gospel song for listening to during the week, and each ‘live’ (i.e. real-time) discussion also begins by listening together to another song from the playlist. The Zoom link for the discussion is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87179878823, and weekly links for the lectures and songs will be sent to the church circulation list. This week's lecture and song: Vittorio Montemaggi: Encountering Mercy: Dante, Mary, and Us https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5tIDgBLn2E The Gate City Singers: Peace In The Valley https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrT3bVIpQVHQJlqWqSISPvSo2m3IlKXYa