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Broken Covenant: The Holocaust in Jewish Theology

Thu 30 Jan 2020

Broken Covenant: The Holocaust in Jewish Theology

Join Rabbi Adam to take a look at how Jewish theology has responded to the challenge of the Sho’ah (Holocaust). We’ll look at several approaches in modern thinkers and their precedents in Jewish tradition that try to exp.....Read more

Anne Frank + You Exhibition

Thu 23 Jan to Thu 20 Feb 2020 (1 month)

Anne Frank + You Exhibition

Discover the remarkable story of Anne Frank in this thought-provoking exhibition about her life and legacy. 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, the death of .....Read more

Be a Chorister for a Day

Sat 01 Feb 2020

Be a Chorister for a Day

An opportunity for girls aged 7-9 to come and experience what life is like as a Chorister at St Albans Cathedral! The day will include fun musical games, learning new songs, meeting current Choristers ending with sing.....Read more

The Surprising Global Legacy of Anne Frank

Tue 04 Feb 2020

The Surprising Global Legacy of Anne Frank

Join Gillian Walnes Perry, the co-founder (along with family and friends of Mr Otto Frank) of the Anne Frank Trust UK, as she shares the legacy of Anne Frank today. Gillian has met many people who knew Anne Frank person.....Read more

Simon de Montfort and England's First Revolution

Sat 08 Feb 2020

Simon de Montfort and England's First Revolution

Who was Simon de Montfort, what did he believe, and how were his actions significant to the history of this country? In 1258, a band of nobles seized power from King Henry III and established a council to govern Engla.....Read more

Born Survivors

Wed 12 Feb 2020

Born Survivors

Born Survivors: Three Young Mothers and Their Extraordinary Story of Courage, Defiance & Hope Among the millions of people sent to Auschwitz II-Birkenau in 1944, Anka, Priska, and Rachel pass through the concentration.....Read more

Herts Chorus Concert - Handel Messiah

Sat 15 Feb 2020

Herts Chorus Concert - Handel Messiah

Hertfordshire Chorus: Zoë Brookshaw soprano Diana Moore mezzo-soprano Ben Johnson tenor Ashley Riches bass London Orchestra da Camera David Temple conductor Messiah is probably the most well-known an.....Read more

Family Discovery Morning - Treasure Trail!

Thu 20 Feb 2020

Family Discovery Morning - Treasure Trail!

Follow an exciting trail of Discovery around the Cathedral during this free, fun Family Discovery Morning! This February half term, younger visitors can uncover hidden treasures on an exciting trail of discovery aroun.....Read more

International Organ Festival Concert

Sat 22 Feb 2020

International Organ Festival Concert

All are welcome to this free Organ Concert, given by Konstantin Volostnov, First price winner at the 2009 St Albans International Organ Festival. Donations go towards the International Organ Festival Society. Program.....Read more

Palestine: Identity, Conflict and Religion

Thu 27 Feb 2020

Palestine: Identity, Conflict and Religion

Palestine and its people are too often considered through a simple lens of pervasive conflict. Under the surface, however, are layers of identity which are familiar to each of us: race, ethnicity, gender, religion, soci.....Read more

Newman, Authority and Power

Thu 05 Mar 2020

Newman, Authority and Power

A talk marking the recent canonisation of St John Henry Newman, and exploring the nature of power, faith and authority. Tutor: Dr Jacob Phillips, St Mary’s University Date and time: Thursday 5 March, 7.30-9pm P.....Read more

Joint Schools Concert

Wed 11 Mar 2020

Joint Schools Concert

Time: 7.30pm Soloists: Emily Blanch, Clare Watkins, Gareth Dafydd Morris & David Stout Conductor: Mick Stout St Albans School and St Albans High School for Girls present a unique opportunity to hear some of the .....Read more

T.S. Eliot: Hope in the Wake of Devastation

Wed 11 Mar 2020

T.S. Eliot: Hope in the Wake of Devastation

The world which T.S. Eliot inhabited did not seem a fertile one for finding faith in God. Of all the seismic shifts that might have caused damage to Christianity’s place in western life over the last 200 years – the t.....Read more

Engaging the Mystery of Christ for Holy Week

Thu 19 Mar 2020

Engaging the Mystery of Christ for Holy Week

Holy Week is the high point of the church calendar, when we are invited vividly into the contemplation of the suffering, death, and resurrection of Christ. And yet, it can also be a perplexing season, as we are confront.....Read more

St Albans Bach Choir Concert

Sat 28 Mar 2020

St Albans Bach Choir Concert

St Albans Bach Choir presents: Rossini Stabat Mater Vaughan-Williams Serenade to Music Mendelssohn Hebrides Overture Date: Saturday 28 March 2020 Time: 7.30pm St Albans Bach Choir performs Rossini'.....Read more

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