St Michael’s Centre Events

Here at St Michael’s we are blessed with fantastic facilities, including our state of the art auditorium in St Michael’s Centre.  The following events are coming up – take a look and see what’s in store!


The Great Western Chorus Friday 27 September 

Come along to the 45th birthday celebration of The Great Western Chorus of Bristol.
You can expect fantastic entertainment from the 10-times British champion male barbershop chorus, with songs to move the soul and exercise the smile.
With special guest act Sound Hypothesis the current British champion male barbershop quartet, who will bring exquisite singing and high-quality entertainment.

Tickets available here


Bristol & West of England 67th Festival of Male Voice Praise

Saturday 28 September

We are pleased to be welcoming back this fantastic event for the fourth year.

Tickets are £10 and are available directly from Bristol and West of England Festival of Male Voice Praise.


The Heart of Communication with Rob Parsons

Wednesday 9 October

The ability to connect with an audience is an essential element of public speaking. Yet it is possible for an effective presentation to be delivered without affecting those who hear it, but there are ways that even the most proficient speakers can enhance their communication skills.

This autumn, for the first time, Rob Parsons is going on tour to share insights from over fifty years of experience. He will unpack methods that will help any public speaker to better grasp not only how to speak to the head, but to the heart.

You’ll come away with …

-A better understanding of how to prepare well

-Creative ways to utilise the power of the story

-Ways to avoid the most common distractions

-Insight into knowing why we ‘lose’ an audience

-A fresh passion for transformative communication

Is it for you?

This event is for anyone who communicates in church but many of the principles are transferable for people who speak in any context.

The speaker.

 

Rob Parsons, OBE, is the founder and CEO of Care for the Family. He is a bestselling author of over 20 books including the The Heart of Success and The Sixty Minute Father

BOOK ONLINE HERE


Saturday 12 October 7pm

Celebrating 50 years of friendship and support with Bristol-Uganda Link

The evening is hosted by the Diocese of Bristol who are thrilled to present and evening of celebration, song, stories and prayer as this milestone in the Bristol-Uganda Link Relationship is marked. 

A special celebration with guests from Uganda and with the irrepressible and wonderful AYF Band – Uganda’s leading gospel choir, who have visited the Diocese of Bristol three times in the past. Stories, images, music, song and an unforgettable evening awaits as we mark this major landmark in our shared life.

The AYF Band touched many people on their last visits with their testimonies of God’s faithfulness in times of blessing and struggle. For a taster of their music which is mostly in English, but includes songs from many of the Ugandan tribal languages, find them on YouTube 
More information on Bristol-Uganda Link here

Tickets available here


The Sacred Art of Joking with James Cary

Friday 29 November

The devil may have all the best tunes, but does he have all the best jokes?
Join award-winning BBC comedy writer and stand-up theologian James Cary on Friday 29 November as he brings his one-man show to Stoke Gifford. Based on his book, The Sacred Art of Joking, it’s about how jokes can go horribly wrong, especially in the realm of religion. James will explain why Christians should be able to take a joke and how the Bible is way funnier than it first appears. Seriously!
Was Jesus funny? Why does religion have to be so serious? Maybe it doesn’t.
James Cary has contributed to BBC shows like Miranda, Another Case of Milton Jones and Newsnight. 

Tickets on sale now.  Early bird rate of only £5 if you buy before 30 September

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Churches that Change Communities

Jubilee Plus Conference Saturday 16 November

Jubilee+  is an organistion with the vision is see the Church in the UK be a champion of the poor and a means to healthy communities across the nation.  This is their ninth annual conference, and is being held at St Michael’s for the first time.
Conference information
Seminar details


Information on more exciting events coming soon!

In the meantime check out our Calendar to see what’s on in the life of St Michael’s.


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