In the month before Christmas several Brussels-based choral groups are giving concerts in Holy Trinity, and will welcome an audience. The first of these is the Choir of NATO, who will be performing the Vivaldi Gloria as well as carols on Saturday 29th November at 20.00h.
|"For the Voiceless"||
“For the Voiceless” is organising an interfaith ceremony of solidarity with candlelight vigil for the persecuted in Syria and Iraq which will take place on 20th November at 6pm in the Beguinage church, Place du Beguinage, 1000 Brussels. If you want more information you can consult the notice in the lobby or the website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1501060543476959/#!/events/1501060543476...
|Have a Heart campaign||
This year's Have a Heart campaign will begin next Sunday November 16th when we will have an unseasonably early Christmas tree at the back of church at the 10.30am and 7pm services. On it will be red hearts with the name of a child at a local children’s home or at a centre for victimised women, with a suggestion of a suitable gift which the child would love to receive ‘from St Nicholas’ on 6th December. Please will you be as generous as you have been in past years - take a heart, buy a present / presents (total value maximum €20) and return the wrapped, labelled present(s) to church on the following Sunday, or at the very latest on November 30th. For further details, contact Catherine on 0496 139 281 or at email@example.com.
|The Intl. Christian Women's Club||
The International Christian Women’s Club of Brussels invites you to their Brunch “Country Fair” on Tuesday November 18th 9.45-12 noon at ‘Terry’s café’, Christian Center, 47, Chaussée de Waterloo, 1640 Rhode-St-Genese. Featuring a Live and Silent Auction (bring items for sale, and be ready to bid!) and Country Music.
Each Advent and Lent the members of our church community compile a book of "Thoughts for the Day" based on the daily lectionary. If you would like to write a meditation for Advent or would like more information please contact David or Jane Brown firstname.lastname@example.org 0499 94 25 33 or 0471 060 711.
|9th November, Remembrance Sunday||
Next Sunday, November 9th, is Remembrance Sunday, we will as in previous years be hosting the Royal British Legion Service of Remembrance at 12.00 noon. In order to accommodate this the 10.30 service will be a shorter ‘Service of the Word’.
This year’s Men’s Retreat will be a two-day break of peace, study, reflection and fellowship at the Benedictine Abbey of Zevenkerken, near Bruges, running from early evening on Friday 5 December to the early afternoon of Sunday 7 December. The Retreat will be led by our Assistant Chaplain, Chris Martin. The theme of his teaching and our reflection will be, ‘Community, Spirituality and Our Journey with God’, and we shall participate in, and learn about, the life of the Abbey with the resident Benedictine monks. A leaflet with more information is now available in the foyer area in the entrance to the church. To register your interest in joining the Retreat, please contact Armin Kummer (email@example.com) or Richard Simpson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Ladies Quiet Day||
Ladies Quiet Day - Save the Date. The annual Quiet Day before the pre-Christmas frenzy will take place at the FCJ Centre in Uccle on Saturday 29th November. More details nearer the time.
|Installation Service for Bishop Robert||
Bishop Robert will be installed here in Holy Trinity, as bishop, on Saturday 22nd November at 14h30. As a Pro-Cathedral of the Diocese in Europe we will be hosting a diocesan event to which quite a large number of diocesan clergy and readers, ecumenical and other guests have been invited. There will be room for Holy Trinity people, but seating will be limited. We may need to have a sound and vision overflow in the Walker Hall as well. It would be very helpful if you could let the office know if you hope to be there and how many of your family will attend (preferably by email if you can, to email@example.com with the subject line: Installation HTB).
|BachWerk Choir in Holy Trinity||
On Saturday, 18th October at 19h, there will be another concert given by the excellent BachWerk Choir in Holy Trinity. Our Richard Craddock will be one of the soloists. They will perform Rossini's beautiful Petite messe solennelle. For tickets, visit http://www.bachwerk.be