Book Launch: Queensland Artist-in-Glass Warwick Blair

St John's Anglican Cathedral 405 Ann Street, Brisbane

“The Career and Selected Works of Queensland Artist-in-Glass Warwick Blair (1943-2002)” by Brisbane historian Denzil Scrivens Guest Speakers: Queensland designer Dr Jennifer Andrews Brisbane physician and artist Dr Wendell Rosevear OAM Warwick Blair was a leading force in the revival of Queensland’s stained glass industry in the 1980s and 1990s, creating thousands of stained glass ... Read more

Chrism Eucharist

St John's Anglican Cathedral 405 Ann Street, Brisbane

All are invited to the Annual Chrism Eucharist and Renewal of Ordination Vows will be held on Tuesday 12 April (Tuesday in Holy Week) at 7 pm in St John's Cathedral. This important annual service in the life of the Diocese is the occasion for the blessing of holy oils and the opportunity for clergy to rededicate themselves ... Read more

Canticum concert: Music for Holy Week

Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Paddington 369 Given Terrace, Paddington

Katherine and Amanda from our parish choir are singing in this concert and would love to see you there! Canticum Chamber Choir presents a concert of inspirational music for Holy Week in the magnificently resonant yet intimate acoustic of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, a perfect space for musical reflection. Well-known and lesser-known choral masterpieces await, ... Read more

Canticum concert: Music for Holy Week

Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Paddington 369 Given Terrace, Paddington

Katherine and Amanda from our parish choir are singing in this concert and would love to see you there! Canticum Chamber Choir presents a concert of inspirational music for Holy Week in the magnificently resonant yet intimate acoustic of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, a perfect space for musical reflection. Well-known and lesser-known choral masterpieces await, ... Read more

Postponed Brisbane Chorale Concert: Adversity and Hope

St John's Anglican Cathedral 405 Ann Street, Brisbane

Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel: Oratorio on the Epidemic of 1831 Felix Mendelssohn: 42nd Psalm “As the deer longs for water” These two remarkable works from the Mendelssohn siblings have a common theme - a longing to be lifted out of anguish and suffering, and hope for peace and comfort. But they are very different. Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel was ... Read more

Talking Circle: Blessing of marriages between two people of the same gender

Holy Spirit Anglican Church, Kenmore 1036 Moggill Road, Kenmore

What is the future church you dream about? If we are to share our thoughts and grow in understanding of one another we  need to talk and we need to listen. You are invited to a talking circle to dialogue the implications of two 2020 Appellate Tribunal determinations and opinions regarding the blessing of marriages ... Read more

Workshop: Untold Histories

St Francis' College 233 Milton Road, Milton, Queensland

Join Sandra King, Bundjalung and Quandamooka woman, founding owner of Black Bold and Beautiful and recipient of the Order of Australia for service to the Indigenous community, as she shares insights into First Nations Peoples’ history, intertwining the impacts of past policies and legislation with her life and the life of her family. Sandra King ... Read more

Postponed Wesleyfest

St Barnabas Anglican Church Red Hill 28 St Barnabas Place, Red Hill, Queensland

A celebration of all things Wesley, including: A talk about John Wesley’s theology and legacy A sing-a-long of favourite Wesley hymns Several organ pieces by members of the Wesley family A cup of tea afterwards  Entry by gold coin donation

Reconciliation Service

St John the Evangelist Anglican Church, Enoggera 181 Wardell St, Enoggera

Reconciliation Week is bookended by the recollection of two key dates in the shared story of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people: 27 May marks the 1967 Referendum in which 93% voted ‘yes’ to Indigenous people being recognised as citizens. 3 June marks Mabo Day, in which the idea of Terra Nullius (unoccupied land) was legally overturned. Join us for a service of reconciliation.

Evensong: Rev’d Sue Grimmett speaking about Raimon Panikka

St John's Anglican Cathedral 405 Ann Street, Brisbane

Mystics, Theologians and God-botherers at Evensong The Rev’d Sue Grimmett will speak about Raimon Panikka (1918-2010) A Catholic priest, theologian and scholar of comparative religion, Panikka was a mystic in the sense of one who, recognising that the divine is beyond rational thought, seeks union with this transcendent reality through prayer, contemplation and loving surrender. ... Read more

Chordiality Concert: Three Masses to Soothe the Soul

St Andrew’s Uniting Church Brisbane Ann St, Brisbane

Great joy comes from singing, and for our June concert we are delighted to bring you Gloria! Our concert features three musically different but engaging masses. Schubert's Mass in G Major, Mozart’s Missa Brevis in D Major, and finally, the Mass for All Saints composed by our Music Director, Brett Sturdy, which provides a setting ... Read more

The Amadeus Orchestra Music Concert

St Thomas Anglican Church 69 High Street, TOOWONG, QLD

An afternoon of classical music by Mozart, Beethoven, Camille Saint-Saëns and more. There are two prices to pay. $30 ($27.27 + GST) Book and pay for tickets online. Concession holders pay $25.Concession holders to book and pay for tickets at the door. Do not book your tickets online if you are a concession holder. Please arrive before 3pm ... Read more

Canticum Concert: Elegy

Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Paddington 369 Given Terrace, Paddington

Choral music gives voice to inspiration, struggle, joy, uncertainty, meaning, grief, hope – the big questions and emotions of life. Canticum performs a stunning programme of evocative a cappella music by composers from the last 2 centuries: Rautavaara (Die Erste Elegie), Mäntyjärvi (Canticum Calamitatis Maritimae), Whitacre (Lux aurumque), with works by Thompson, Elgar, Rutter (Prayer ... Read more

Canticum Concert: Elegy

Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Paddington 369 Given Terrace, Paddington

Choral music gives voice to inspiration, struggle, joy, uncertainty, meaning, grief, hope – the big questions and emotions of life. Canticum performs a stunning programme of evocative a cappella music by composers from the last 2 centuries: Rautavaara (Die Erste Elegie), Mäntyjärvi (Canticum Calamitatis Maritimae), Whitacre (Lux aurumque), with works by Thompson, Elgar, Rutter (Prayer ... Read more

Workshop: Untold Histories

St Francis' College 233 Milton Road, Milton, Queensland

Join Sandra King, Bundjalung and Quandamooka woman, founding owner of Black Bold and Beautiful and recipient of the Order of Australia for service to the Indigenous community, as she shares insights into First Nations Peoples’ history, intertwining the impacts of past policies and legislation with her life and the life of her family. Sandra King ... Read more

Workshop: Untold Histories

St Francis' College 233 Milton Road, Milton, Queensland

Join Sandra King, Bundjalung and Quandamooka woman, founding owner of Black Bold and Beautiful and recipient of the Order of Australia for service to the Indigenous community, as she shares insights into First Nations Peoples’ history, intertwining the impacts of past policies and legislation with her life and the life of her family. Sandra King ... Read more

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