Christmas Concert by Hampton Singers 10 December

hamptonsingers2016poster_finalChristmas Carols, seasonal music and readings in St Mary’s Church, Temple Balsall – Saturday 10 December at 7.30pm.

Join in as we sing many of your favourite carols. Reflect on the meaning of the season with tales of Christmas past, present and future, and afterwards enjoy a glass (or two) of mulled wine along with mince pies!

Tickets £8 (under 16 free) including refreshments
tickets available from https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/309101

Heritage Weekend: 10 – 11 September

Saturday September 10th
Autumn Fayre
open 12 noon – 5pm
Art Exhibition open 10.30 – 5pm

Guided tours of our historic buildings leave from the old hall at 1pm and 3pm

Hot food & drink, Archives, Books, Bouncy castle, Bric a brac, Cakes and produce, Nearly new clothing, Plants, Raffle, Tombola, Toys , Morris Dancers, Templar re- enactment group ,
Music by Birmingham Concert Band

Autumn Fair

Sunday September 11th
Art Exhibition
open 11.30 – 4pm

Stalls, Refreshments

Choral Evensong – St Mary’s Church – 6pm
with Birmingham Cathedral Choir,
Guest preacher Ven Simon Heathfield, Archdeacon of Aston

Parking and disabled parking off Fen End Road West, Temple Balsall, B93 0AN
between Knowle & Balsall Common B4101

 Visitors Map and Directions

Heritage Weekend Poster

Organ Recital Friday 29 July

St Mary’s Church, Temple Balsall is delighted to be hosting an Organ Recital by Jonathan Rees-Williams, former organist at Lichfield Cathedral and St Georges Windsor on Friday, 29th July, 2016 at 7pm.

The program will feature a wide ranging journey through 300 years of great organ music, including Daquin, Bach, Mendelssohn and Franck.

Refreshments will be served after the concert – tickets are £8 from Parish Office – 01564 778022 , and also on the door.

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J.S. Bach St John Passion – Palm Sunday – 5.30pm

St John PassionSunday 20 March 2016
St Mary the Virgin, Temple Balsall
Armonico Consort & Baroque Players,
Director Christopher Monks

No finer musical setting of the Passion text exists than that which Bach set of St John’s Gospel. In the tranquil intimacy of St Mary’s, Temple Balsall, this performance is being generously sponsored by patrons of Armonico Consort in memory of loved ones.

St Mary The Virgin is a fine historic building in astunning country setting just south of Solihull. The proceeds from the concert will be used in the upkeep of the church building; to support Armonico Consort’s education programme AC Academy; and to the Dogs Trust.

In loving memory of Elspeth Monks and John Dilworth.

More information: St John Passion Flyer DL_WEB

 

Temple Balsall Heritage Weekend 2015

Hospitaller Re-enactor

12 – 13 September 2015

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12th
Art Exhibition
open 10.30 – 5pm
Autumn Fayre
open 12 noon – 5pm

Hot food & drink, Archives, Books, Bouncy castle, Bric a brac, Cakes and produce, Nearly new clothing, Plants, Raffle, Tombola, Toys , Birds of prey, Childrens’ Fancy Dress, Templar re- enactment group

Music by Birmingham Concert Band, FREE valuations by Warwick Auctions
+ The Temple Balsall Bake Off

Guided tours of our historic buildings leaving from the old hall
Cakes for Sale Plants

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 13th
Art Exhibition open 11.30 – 4pm
Stalls, Refreshments and Guided Tours 2- 5pm

Choral Evensong – St Mary’s Church – 6pm
with Birmingham Cathedral Choir, guest preacher Revd Duncan Ballard, Vicar of Hampton in Arden, Airport Chaplain and Area Dean

Parking and disabled parking off Fen End Road West, Temple Balsall, B93 0AN
Signposted off the B4101 between Knowle & Balsall Common

Map & directions: events.templebalsall.org/visitorsmap.pdf

The Breadwalk, Temple Balsall

The Breadwalk and the almshouses of Lady Katherine Housing and CarePhoto: Cogent Design.

Interior of St Mary's Church

Interior of the 14th century Church of St. Mary the Virgin, former chapel
of the Knights Hospitaller Photo: Max Ellerslie.

 

Easter at Temple Balsall

Temple House and St Mary's Church

Temple House, St Mary’s Church and the almshouses of Lady Katherine Housing and Care at Temple Balsall. Photo: Steve Hammett.

Here are the services and activities taking place at St Mary’s Church, Temple Balsall celebrating Holy Week 2015:

Monday 30 March 10 a.m. Eucharist
Tuesday 31 March 10 a.m. Eucharist
Wednesday 1 April 10 a.m. Eucharist

Maundy Thursday 2 April
7 p.m. Passover Supper with Eucharist

Good Friday 3 April
10.30 – 11.45 Children’s workshop
2 p.m. An Hour by the Cross

Saturday 4 April
8 p.m. Easter Vigil

Sunday 5 April
5.45 am Dawn Eucharist
10 a.m. Easter Eucharist

We look forward to welcoming you during our Easter Celebrations.