Forthcoming events

Open Day Ride & Stride

Heritage Open Day

Open Day Ride & Stride

Heritage Open Day and the Annual Suffolk Historic Churches Trust Bike Ride.

Discover the story of Little Germany

St Georges German Lutheran Church and its neighbouring buildings are the last remnants of Little Germany.

Discover an Arts and Crafts gem

Explore Wallasey's Arts and Crafts interior to music!

The Chapel That Moved

Friends of Longworth welcome you to Longworth Chapel

The last vestige of Little Germany

England's oldest German church is the last vestige of Little Germany.

Heritage Open Day

Heritage Open Day

Discover an Arts and Crafts Gem

Enjoy our fine Arts & Crafts interior and a Madrigal concert

Royal Rituals of Death

The symbolism around the death of a reigning monarch tells us much about a society

Pastors, Scholars & Beggars

Professor Alexander Schunka from Berlin explores the earliest years of German Migrants in England - Part of 500 Years: German Protestants in Britain

Open House, Open Door

St Georges German Lutheran Church opens over London Open House weekend

Paris quartets by Telemann

Follia mark the 250th. anniversary of Telemann's death with a programme of his remarkable 'Paris' quartets for flute, violin, harpsichord and bass - along with music by the French players for whom these were written.

Fawcett 200 Walk

In the footsteps of the Fawcetts along the Calderdale Way. Part of Fawcett 200 celebrations

John Fawcett Bicentennial

Fawcett 200 celebrates the 200th anniversary of celebrated Baptist preacher, poet, theologian and leader John Fawcett (1739 – 1817).

From Hope to Wainsgate Walk

An uphill walk through beautiful landscape - part of Fawcett 200 celebration

Then - oh, then - I Heard a Voice

Final meeting of this summer's season of Quaker gatherings

Peace Songs

Peace Songs at Walpole led by Helen Rolf. A join-in workshop.

The Breath

A kaleidoscope of sound that perfectly frames raw songs and soul cleansing vocals

Strangers, Subjects & Citizens

William O'Reilly on the shifting attitudes to German and other immigrants in 17th & 18th Century England. Part of 500 Years: German Protestants in Britain.

Chapels of England

Launch of the much anticipated guide to the architecture of English Nonconformism

Friendly monthly gathering

Come and enjoy a warm welcome magnificent Todmorden Unitarian

Above the Mealy-mouthed Sea

Poet/Spoken Word Artist Jemima Foxtrot’s new show

Peace on Earth !

The renowned Hannover Bach Choir presents an a cappella concert. Part of 500 Years:German Protestants in Britain

Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Enduring Legacy

Pastor, Opponent of Fascism, Modern Martyr

Little Morton Singers

Little Morton Singers accompany visits to one of the largest chapels in the country

Garden Cemeteries

Garden historian Brent Elliot maps the evolution of landscape ideals for cemeteries

In the Shadows of the Third Reich

Rudolph Muhs looks at the lives of German Protestants in Britain 1931- 1953. Part of 500 Years; German Protestants in Britain

Growing Up in Britain

Three children from one German family recall their childhood in London against the troubled backdrop of the rise of Nazism and austerity postwar Britain. The final evening event of 500 Years: German Protestants in Britain

Remembrance Day at Bethesda

Remembrance Day plus the Two Minutes Silence. 'Bethesda Our Boys' tells the WWI stories of those associated with the chapel.

Advent at Biddlestone

Bidding the Christmas season by candlelight high in the Cheviot foothills.

West Gallery Advent Concert

London Gallery Quire returns to St Georges.

Carol & Readings for Christmas by Candlelight

Carol & Readings for Christmas by Candlelight

Christmas Carols

Sing in the Christmas season in this ancient Catholic chapel - All welcome