Come help prepare musical offerings for Sunday worship on Saturday 18th January at 15h30 at Hanneke Palm’s apartment, just around the corner from the church at 30 rue de l’Université. All musical styles, instruments and levels of proficiency are welcome.
Following the Eucharist on 22nd December, the fourth Sunday in Advent, all who enjoy singing carols are invited to join a group of singers who are raising money for the Salvation Army to support their work with the homeless in Strasbourg.
Meet at 14.30h in the city centre at Place Kléber, corner of Rue des Grandes Arcades, outside Monoprix.
LESSONS & CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT
On Christmas Eve at 17.30h in the Protestant chapel of the “old” Hôpital Civil, Porte de l’Hôpital, trams A and D. This is quite a short service to which in particular families with children are invited. The chapel is small and a welcome pool of calm in the midst of Christmas Market bustle.
To find the chapel, go through the main entrance archway and immediately on the left there are some steps going into the building. Go up those steps and the chapel is the first door on the left.
HOLY EUCHARIST ON CHRISTMAS DAY
At 10.30h at the Église des Dominicains, 41 Boulevard de la Victoire, corner of Rue de l’Université, tram stop Observatoire, trams C, E, F.
SERVICE OF LESSONS AND CAROLS
At 16.30h at the Église des Dominicains, 41 Boulevard de la Victoire, corner of Rue de l’Université, tram stop Observatoire, trams C, E, F.
This service is based on the traditional Nine Lessons and Carols.
ALL ARE WELCOME !
The Guitar and Mandoline Orchestra of Schiltigheim is giving a concert in aid of St. Alban’s on Sunday, December 8 at 3:pm at the church of St Matthieu in Strasbourg, 97 Boulevard d’Anvers. The entrance is free, donations are requested to enable St. Alban’s to continue its pastoral work in Strasbourg. All are invited – and encouraged to bring friends!
L’Église anglicane St Alban de Strasbourg propose un concert de l’Orchestre des Guitaristes et Mandolinistes de Schiltigheim le dimanche 8 décembre à 15 h à l’église St Matthieu de Strasbourg, 97 Boulevard d’Anvers. Entrée libre – plateau. Tous sont invités pour soutenir l’aumônerie anglicane de Strasbourg.
No, this isn’t a get-together to produce confiture, it’s about making music together, on the spur of the moment, open to what may happen. With our voices, with our bodies, with rhythms, with melodies, with any instruments that happen to be available, and above all with enjoyment.
AlbanJAM is a monthly jam session to prepare a variety of musical offerings for Sunday worship. Come join us for the first session on Saturday 9th November 15h30 at Hanneke Palm’s apartment at 30 rue de l’Université. Alll musical styles and levels of proficiency are welcome.
La première jam session pour préparer la musique pour nos célébrations liturgiques aura lieu le samedi 9 novembre à 15h30 dans l’appartement de Hanneke Palm au 30 rue de l’Université. Tous les styles musicaux et niveaux de compétence sont les bienvenus.
L’Église anglicane St Alban de Strasbourg propose un concert de l’Orchestre des jeunes guitaristes et mandolinistes de Schiltigheim le dimanche 8 décembre à 15 h à l’église St Matthieu de Strasbourg, 97 Boulevard d’Anvers.
Entrée libre – plateau.
The Anglican Church of St Alban Strasbourg invites you to a concert of
the Guitar and Mandoline Youth Orchestra of Schiltigheim on
Sunday, December 8 at 3:pm at the church of St Matthieu in Strasbourg, 97 Boulevard d’Anvers.
Entrance free – donations requested.
Can you tell us your favourite hymns? Do you miss singing a hymn that you especially love? Send in your favourites from the two hymnals currently in use – or from any other song book – and we will do our best in incorporate them into our worship on 15th July.
Nous chanterons vos hymnes préférés le 15 juillet !
Send your selection at least a week in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 03 69 57 40 03.
The Royal School of Church Music (RSCM) has a branch in France, and organises Singing Days for choral enthusiasts led by excellent conductors. On 21 October 2017 it is organising a National Festival at the American Cathedral in Paris to sing Choral Evensong there, and one of the world’s leading church musicians, Malcolm Archer, will be directing it. He has has enjoyed a distinguished career in cathedral music, which has taken him to posts at Norwich, Bristol, Wells Cathedrals and then Director of Music at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. He is now Director of Chapel Music at Winchester College in Hampshire.
Singers who enrol receive the music ahead of time so that they can prepare for a day of rigorous but exhilarating rehearsals, culminating in the service of Choral Evensong. Anyone who is interested can take part. Thanks to the good TGV connection between Strasbourg and Paris the trip can easily be done in one day. A booking form is attached.