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Arts students mark 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s iconic character

Students at Arts University Bournemouth are putting on a season of shows to mark the 200th anniversary of Frankenstein. The productions are being performed at locations in the town connected to the Shelley family – and as Neil Sackley discovered, their final production is just a few steps from Mary Shelley’s final resting place.

Confirmation Class of 2018!

An amazing Sunday morning with Bishop Jonathan at St Peter’s for our Confirmation and Baptism candidates. A beautiful service led by Bishop Jonathan, with lots of touching and humorous moments, took the whole congregation on a journey closer to Jesus. For anyone who wishes to explore their faith, team rector, the Rev’d Dr Ian Terry, […]

Celebrating 100 Years of Rotary

What a wonderful service on Friday evening here at St Peter’s and also at the Hilton on Saturday night. Click https://www.flickr.com/photos/bhrotary/with/45619620902/ to view the full photo gallery!!

Gala Dinner and the Bournemouth Rotary Club

Jane Styslinger (Parish Warden) and Ian Terry (Team Rector) garnered support for the St Peter’s annual Gala Dinner at the Bournemouth Rotary Club last week, where members always come along and generously support St Peter’s each year. This year there is a venue change as it is being held in the newly refurbished Solent Suite in the Marsham Court Hotel, courtesy of our generous sponsor Rosie Wallace, MD at the Marsham Court Hotel.

Lucinda Terry – LLM Licensing at Winchester Cathedral

Wonderful news – Lucinda Terry is now licensed to Bournemouth Town Centre Parish! Licensed Lay Ministry (LLM) is the oldest recognised lay public ministry in the Church of England. Traditionally called Lay Reader, LLM is often seen as a ministry of leading worship, preaching and teaching. But it’s much more than that. LLMs are: ‘called […]

Music, when soft voices die – 3rd November 4.30pm

‘Music, when soft voices die’ University Music Chamber Choir present a short recital of music by composers including Vaughan Williams, Parry, Pearsall, and Stanford reflecting on the words of Percy Shelley’s poem ‘Music, when soft voices die’. When: 3rd November at 4.30pm Location: St Peter’s Church, Hinton Rd, Bournemouth, Dorset BH1 2EE

The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari. Friday 2nd November 2018

Date: Friday 2nd November 2018 Time: 8pm The Birth of Horror. A new score to this classic expressionist masterpiece by the Cabinet feat. Jack Maguire (violin) The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari represents the birth of horror on screen, a German expressionist masterpiece born of the terrible experiences of the Trenches, a wild and experimental journey […]