This January, Aunty Jean Phillips, in partnership with Common Grace, invites Australian Churches to hold services of acknowledgement, lament and prayer as we approach January 26th – a day of mourning for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander brothers and sisters.
In Hobart on the evening of January 21, 2018, you’re invited to join us at the St David’s Anglican Cathedral from 4pm for a service of prayer and lament for the 26th of January.
More details here
7pm Nine Lessons and Carols
A service of beautiful music, readings and carols. A special annual service.
11pm Midnight Communion
Starting in darkness for the coming of the light of the world with candles for all. A reflective service. Dean Humphrey is preaching and Bishop Jones celebrating
8am Traditional Communion
Traditional communion to start the day.
Bishop Condie is preaching and Rev’d Ruth Hanlon celebrating.
10am Family Communion
A wonderful celebration for all ages.
Bishop Condioe is preaching and Dean Humphery celebrating.
The Argyle Orchestra, Choir and soloists have great pleasure in presenting the first Australian performance of the baroque Christmas Oratorio by Reinhard Keiser (Dialogus von der Geburt Christi).
Excellent Soloists: Emily Lanham (soprano), Alexandra Mathew (mezzo-soprano), Tom Buckmaster (tenor) and Rapheal Wong (bass).
The concert also includes Vivaldí’s Concerto for Two Trumpets and Strings, with soloists Sean Priest and Orson Paine.
Other Choral and audience participation works include O Little Town of Bethlehem and In Dulci Jubilo.
Join the Tasmanian Festival Singers as they bring the spirit to you this Christmas at St David’s Cathedral, Hobart.
Conducted by Joan Wright and accompanied by Harpist Genevieve Lang.
All Tickets $20.00
Family (2Ad+2Ch) $40.00
70 Minutes (No Interval)
Great for children and grandchildren.
Come sing some carols, join in the nativity story, dress as a shepherd or angel if you like then join us for a Christmas feast.
Held in 121 Macquarie St (The Bishop Hay Centre) behind the Cathedral.