Classic Music on Friday


1st movement of the “Spring” Violin Sonata op. 24 L Van Beethoven (1770-1827)

played by Gidon Kremer (violin) and Martha Argerich (piano)

Andante from Piano Concerto 21, K 467 W. A. Mozart (1756-1791)

played by Mitsuko Uchida and the ECO under Jeffrey Tate

Blow the wind southerly

Sung by Kathleen Ferrier (contralto)

Introit- Kyrie
In Paradisum M. Durufle (1902-1986)

Friday Secular Music Mass

This Friday the selection of music

– below – surrounded by a simple liturgy.

Space and time and music.


“The Long Count” Treacherous Orchestra
Grind 2015

“Allah, Muhamad, Char, Yaar” Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
Shahen Shah 2012

“Muriwai” Breabach
Astar 2016

“Haltijan hallussa” Värttinä
Utu 2012

Lent Talks 2017 Begin Tomorrow

Prison as a place of change: meeting Caravaggio and other criminals on the road to Emmaus by Rev’d Dr Tiffany Conlin.

Huddersfield Parish Church at 3pm

The University of Huddersfield Faith Centre at 5:30pm

An engaging talk followed by questions, debate and discussion.

Tonight’s Secular Music Mass


Julie Fowlis- An Eala Bhan (The White Swan)

The King Singers- That Lonesome Road.

Leonard Cohen – Come Healing

– Summertime – Charlie Parker

Coffee Gathering


This Saturday 10.00am-02.00pm Huddersfield Parish Church Coffee Gathering.

Worship on Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday marks an important turning point in the Christian year; beyond the Christmas season (which doesn’t officially finish until 2nd February) and on towards Holy Week and Easter.

On Ash Wednesday there are two services which mark this transition. The service of ‘Ashing’ is an ancient custom where the ashes made from last year’s palm crosses of Palm Sunday are used to mark on the worshiper forehead a smudged cross as a sign and symbol of the penitential season that is beginning.

There is a service at the usual Wednesday time of 12.35pm and this will be repeated at 7.30pm. Wednesday 1st March.

If you are making an observance of Lent, perhaps through one of the resources that St. Peter’s is offering, why not come along and begin with the ash Wednesday Ashing Service.


Lent Speakers update

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