Saturday 14th May 2016 at 7.30pm.
The Thurnscoe Harmonic Male Voice Choir is well known to Wentworth. It was formed in 1924 and is now recognised as one of the premier male voice choirs in the country. Over the last few years their reputation has gone from strength to strength, winning over 100 awards in major competitions.
The Barnburgh Village Singers are a four part ladies choir, founded in the summer of 2002 by its conductor, Julia Bullars. The choir now has 36 members and sings a wide range of repertoire to a consistently high standard. Come to hear the choirs make music with a Spring flavour in the splendid surroundings of the Neo-Gothic Church in Wentworth. Refreshments will be served during the interval.
Wentworth Church Art Exhibition 2016
Sunday 1st May 2016, 1pm to 5pm &
Monday 2nd May 2016, 10am to 5pm
We will have over 500 local talented artists’ original works for sale in church as well as Live Music and Entertainment with refreshments being served in the school.
This year, there will no events in the Village Hall. (formerly The Mechanics Institute)
Palm Sunday - 20th March
8.15am Holy Communion
10.45am Palm Procession and Parish Communion
Maundy Thursday - 24th March
7.30pm Eucharist of the Last Supper
Good Friday - 25th March
2.00pm Liturgy of the Cross
7.00pm The Cross of Christ
Holy Saturday - 26th March
8.00pm The Easter Vigil
Easter Sunday - 27th March
8.15am Holy Communion
10.45am Parish Communion
Join us on 6th March 2016 for a special Mothering Sunday Service at both of our churches:
9.30am at Harley
10.45am at Wentworth
The Christmas Fayre (formerly St Andrewstide Fair) will be held on Saturday, 28th November 2015 commencing at 2.00pm and this year will be held in The Village Hall (Mechanics Institute)
There will be stalls, cakes, refreshments and a raffle.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Saturday 19th December 2015 at 7.30pm
The YORK WAITS are the foremost performers of medieval music in the country and have performed at Royal and many international events. They will perform a selection of music with a festive flavour, from the medieval period through to the present day.
Tickets will be available in mid November by completing the booking form, or from Roy Smalley at the Church.
Saturday 26th September at 7.30pm
[This event forms part of our Music Festival for 2015]
The acclaimed early chamber music group, ARIOSO, was formed in 1992 in response to the remarkable growth of interest in music of the baroque, and to provide period performance outside London and the South East. The band is based on the immensely popular trio sonata format: two violins, viola da gamba and continuo (theorbo or baroque guitar); with mezzo soprano. What is exciting about this group is that the director, Martyn Hodgson, devotes considerable time to researching and this performance at Wentworth will include some rarely heard and newly discovered music from the period.
In the seventeenth century much of Europe was in turmoil, but there was also a flowering of innovative artistic expression. In tonight’s concert, ARIOSO performs early baroque works mostly by English and German speaking composers who lived through these troubled times and enthusiastically took up these innovations adapting the new style to their particular national tastes. Particularly noteable is Lanier's much praised 'Hero's Lament' - a sort of mini-opera and incredibly popular.
Tickets cost £8 (or £7 for concessions) and are available from Wentworth Village shop, or by contacting Richard Taylor on 01709 527713.
Any unsold tickets will be available on the door (subject to availability)
Series tickets that cover all events/concerts in this year's music festival cost £25, (£23 for concessions)