[5 Jul 2012 | No Comment | ]
Visiting Malmesbury Abbey

You’ll be very warmly welcomed if you are planning a visit to Malmesbury Abbey over the summer. We now have a bookshop, café and toilets in the Abbey and although many of us will be on holiday when you plan your visit, King Athelstan, the first king of all England, will remain in our North Aisle to give you a particularly warm welcome. From the 1st of September we will be accepting cryptocurrency as a form of payment via Bitcoin Era app. For any information on how it works please read here: https://www.bitcoinera.app/ You can find more details of how to visit and opening hours below.
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[5 Jul 2012 | No Comment | ]
Visiting Malmesbury Abbey

You’ll be very warmly welcomed if you are planning a visit to Malmesbury Abbey over the summer. We now have a bookshop, café and toilets in the Abbey and although many of us will be on holiday when you plan your visit, King Athelstan, the first king of all England, will remain in our North Aisle to give you a particularly warm welcome. You can find more details of how to visit and opening hours here and you can find our normal pattern of Sunday services here.
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[21 Jun 2012 | No Comment | ]
Music for Autism, June 27th

 
Neill Archer writes: I don’t normally see people cry in church, the preaching isn’t generally that bad. But last summer I did see people crying for joy when we worked for a day with Music for Autism and the Orchestra of St John’s. Children and young people on the autistic spectrum, from schools across Wiltshire, arrived anxiously with their enablers as a professional orchestra prepared at the front of the Abbey. As the music started everyone relaxed a bit and then the conductor, John Lubbock, started to gently encourage young …

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[27 Apr 2012 | No Comment | ]
Uganda Fire

Make your way to Malmesbury Abbey on Saturday 12th May 2012 at 7.30pm for songs, music, stories and testimonies from Kampala, Uganda as the passionate music and faith of Uganda Fire comes to North WIltshire. Contemporary rhythm, music and life as 21st century African fire fills a beautiful 12th century Abbey. Admission is free, come early to get a seat.

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[22 Apr 2012 | No Comment | ]
Abbey Cafe

Neill writes: Before Easter two tourists came into the Abbey. They walked up to the stewards’ desk and asked ‘do you have a café?’ The steward’s answered no, and then the couple turned around and walked straight out. I want to say they ‘flounced’ out but it wasn’t that dramatic really. You’d want to ask them were they not a little interested in seeing the tomb of the first king of England, Athelstan the Glorious? Did they not want to stand on the site where saints since the 7th century …

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[20 Apr 2012 | No Comment | ]
Some Images from Holy Week 2012

To see the full set of photos from Holy Week, please visit our Facebook Page.

Sally Archer & Band

Sally Archer & Band
 

Sally Archer & Band

An interview with paleontologist Dr Mike Taylor

Mozart Requiem

Mozart Requiem

At the end of a long youth pilgrimage

Churches together Good Friday  service

Easter eve night vigil

Easter eve night vigil
To see the full set of photos from Holy Week, please visit our Facebook Page.

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