A great night with a musical journey into the Psalms.
You can view a short video here
Please note that tickets are available from the band’s website and not from the Cathedral. There will be tickets at the door on the night but book online to ensure getting a seat.
Professor Peter Boyce will speak at the Friday Forum on March 8 on the topic of Democracy, Reform, and Viable Statehood: Reflections on Tasmania’s Political Predicament.
Professor Boyce is an honorary associate in the University of Tasmania’s Politics and International Relations Program. He has a substantial academic career in Government and Political Science departments in a number of Australian universities. Author of a number of books on politics, foreign affairs, and history, Professor Boyce’s most recent published work has a local focus – God and the City – A History of St. David’s Cathedral Hobart.
This Forum will take place during the first sitting week of the Tasmanian House of Assembly and examine a number of topical questions regarding the size, nature, and viability of the Tasmanian parliamentary system. The issue of political literacy in Tasmania, and the lack of confidence in our governmental systems that is apparent in younger generations, will be a particular focus.
Audio now available: mp3 Q&A
Photo by Didier D. Daarwin
As part of the 10 days on the island program. From the website:
A Filetta’s glorious, divinely pure polyphonic harmonies mirror the magnificent and rugged beauty of the group’s native Corsica, an island still deeply and proudly immersed in ancient tradition… their performances are best enjoyed in historic churches and cathedrals where their sound takes on an evocative, ethereal tone and where the natural purity of their harmonies peak and resonate perfectly.
At Messy Church we will always work with animals and children!
Messy Church celebrates Palm Sunday with craft, songs and stories, and…. an appearance by a real live donkey. It’s a time especially for 1-6yo’s, but can be enjoyed by all.
Beginning at our normal time of 4pm, in the cathedral this coming Sunday, March 24.
Robert Knopwood (1763-1838) was the first chaplain in Van Diemen’s Land.
Two hundred years later an establishment, Knopwood’s Retreat, in Salamanca is a place of celebration and conversation.
On Easter Sunday, March 31st, Soul Walk will take its celebration and conversation to Knopwood’s Retreat. We will meet there at 5pm. Feel free to join us.