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Kings & Scribes: The Birth of a Nation will reopen on Saturday 1 August. Opening times:
Mon – Sat: 11.00am – 3.00pm
Sun: 12.30pm – 2.30pm
Kings and Scribes: The Birth of a Nation unlock Winchester Cathedral's captivating stories and reveal some of the nation's greatest treasures.
Explore a spectacular three-level exhibition space in the South Transept which takes you on a journey through over 1,000 years of history, whilst offering awe-inspiring views of the Cathedral.
Throughout Christian history huge emphasis has been placed on the question of what people think and believe. This is ‘thinking-cap Christianity’. But what happens to the Christian faith when the focus moves from ‘what I think’ to the question of how we connect with each other and to the earth? Stephen Cherry called this ‘barefoot discipleship’ in a book written ten years ago, and in this lecture he explores what it means to be ‘barefoot disciples’ today.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this event will take place online via Zoom.
As part of Winchester Green Week, Winchester Cathedral are delighted to be hosting a webinar discussion about the film 'Thank You for the Rain', chaired by Jo Crocker, coordinator of Winchester Green Week and a trustee of Winchester Action for Climate Change. As well as this, Jess Hall will share Christian Aid’s work in campaigning for climate justice.
London Concertante enjoys an available position in the world of classical music where it is regarded as one of the finest chamber ensembles in Europe - a position it has spent the last 28 years striving to maintain. Begun in 1991, the ensemble quickly garnered praise both here and abroad and now gives around 100 concerts a year all over the world.
Vivaldi - The Four Seasons
J.S Bach - Concerto for 2 Violins
Elgar - Serenade for Strings
Mozart - Divertimento in D
and many more!