10th April – Palm Sunday
11:00am Sung Eucharist – celebrant & preacher: the Revd Rachel Ganney
13th April – the Wednesday in Holy Week
10:00am Holy Communion by extension
11:00am Bible Study
14th April – Maundy Thursday
7:00pm – Holy Communion – celebrant & preacher: the Revd Rachel Ganney
15th April – Good Friday
2:00pm Service of Reflection – led by the Revd Rachel Ganney
17th April – EASTER DAY
11am – Sung Eucharist – celebrant & preacher, the Revd Judie Horrocks
The Health Service telephone line for coronavirus in the Canary Islands is 900112061. This change is because the existing 112 and 061 lines are overloaded with hundreds of people calling for coronavirus information, so that the seriously ill, such as with heart attacks, are unable to get help. This new number is specifically for coronavirus. Share it in your groups, for the good of all.
Línea de teléfono específica en Sanidad para coronavirus en canarias es 900112061.
Compartan porque están colapsando las líneas del 112 y 061, y los enfermos graves, como infartos, se quedan a la cola de los cientos de personas llamando para información de coronavirus.
Este que les paso es específico para coronavirus.
Compártanlo en sus grupos, por el bien de todos.
In the afternoon of New Year’s Day the Church of All Saints’ in Taoro Park was filled, to the COVID permitted capacity, when a Brass Quartet gave a concert.
This Quartet, comprising of 3 Trombones with a Tuba, from Reyes Bartlet, gave a varied recital with the first section comprising of some light classical numbers, including Sibelius’ tone poem “Finlandia” and a magnificent Trombone Quartet by Apon. This was followed by a medley of Christmas themed music including Adeste Fideles, Jingle bells etc. with the audience encouraged to join in with singing and clapping to some of the traditional numbers, The recital was brought to a close with a tear jerking rendition of Pucini’s Nessen Dorma.
A great afternoon’s entertainment and a wonderful start to the New Year. The Quartet have been invited to make a return visit to the Church and I do hope that they accept the invitation and would encourage others to come and enjoy such a return visit.