Please come and join us for a fun evening where your wine knowledge will be put to the test in the style of ‘Would I Lie to You/Call My Bluff’ while tasting wines and listening to various descriptions.
You will need to decide who is telling the truth and who is less than honest.
This is a new take on a cheese and wine tasting evening.
There will be a selection of wines to tantalise your taste buds, a quiz to tickle your brain and a jeroboam of Moet to tempt you to buy many raffle tickets!
Teams of four or just go along and join a team.
Tickets are £10 to include wine, cheese and bread – from Janet 01780 722414 or Helen 01780 720688.
Don’t miss it!
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Talented local musician, Richard Hutchinson will be performing a wide range of music from Opera to West End show music to marches on his high-end orchestral keyboards, with specialist lighting (not strobe) and stage effects.
Tickets £7 from Janet 01780722414 or Helen 01780720688
An evening of music and spectacle is to be held in St Mary’s Church, South Luffenham, on Saturday 13th May 2017 at 7.30pm.
Talented local musician Richard Hutchinson will be performing a wide range of music from Opera to West End show music to marches on his high-end orchestral keyboards, with specialist lighting (not strobe) and stage effects.
Tickets are £7.00 and are availale from Janet Bentley 722414 and Helen Saunders 720688.
The season of Lent starts on Ash Wednesday 1st March. Christopher leads a special service in South Luffenham Church at 7.30pm, with a Sermon, Holy Communion and for those who wish to take part, the Imposition of Ashes.
What is the Imposition of Ashes? The Church of England’s website says: Fasting, in Biblical times, was always associated with acts of repentance, along with ‘sackcloth and ashes’. People or communities who had sinned would wear sackcloth and sprinkle themselves with ashes, as an outward sign of their repentance.
The ‘ashing’ of repentant Christians was formerly only for public penitents…brought into the church before the Bishop, who would put ashes on their foreheads with the words “Repent, so that you may have eternal life”.
This became the Imposition of Ashes as we know it today. Only the words have changed: “Remember that you are dust and to dust you shall return.”