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Calvary Moravian Church Barbados Concert Hosanna, Love Divine & The Prayer of St. Francis

The Calvary Moravian Church presents Hosanna – A Palm Sunday Celebration. April 1 2012 The St. Leonard’s Boys Choir Amanda Fields – Soprano The Calvary Churc…
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St Francis of Assisi Church, 480 Charminster Road, Charminster, Bournemouth, Dorset

St Francis of Assisi Church, 480 Charminster Road, Charminster, Bournemouth, Dorset
Church Music
Image by Alwyn Ladell
Outgoing voluntary: Litanies by Jehan Alain, played by Jonathan Lane B.Mus., ARCO (CHD, DipTCR) FASC, Director of Music.

The Licensing of the Rev Adrian Pearce as Priest in Charge, and the Rev Canon David Wastie as Associate Priest, of St Ambrose Parish Church and of St Francis Parish Church, Bournemouth; by the Rt Rev Dr Jonathan Frost, the Bishop of Southampton, and Rt Rev Norman Banks, the Bishop of Richborough, assisted by the Ven Dr Peter Rouch, Archdeacon of Bournemouth, and the Rev Andy McPherson, Area Dean of Bournemouth, in the presence of the Deputy Mayor and the Deputy Mayoress of Bournemouth, Councillor Chris Rochester and Mrs Rochester.

St Francis of Assisi Church, 480 Charminster Road, Charminster, Bournemouth, Dorset

St Francis of Assisi Church, 480 Charminster Road, Charminster, Bournemouth, Dorset
Church Music
Image by Alwyn Ladell
Outgoing voluntary: Litanies by Jehan Alain, played by Jonathan Lane B.Mus., ARCO (CHD, DipTCR) FASC, Director of Music.

The Licensing of the Rev Adrian Pearce as Priest in Charge, and the Rev Canon David Wastie as Associate Priest, of St Ambrose Parish Church and of St Francis Parish Church, Bournemouth; by the Rt Rev Dr Jonathan Frost, the Bishop of Southampton, and Rt Rev Norman Banks, the Bishop of Richborough, assisted by the Ven Dr Peter Rouch, Archdeacon of Bournemouth, and the Rev Andy McPherson, Area Dean of Bournemouth, in the presence of the Deputy Mayor and the Deputy Mayoress of Bournemouth, Councillor Chris Rochester and Mrs Rochester.

St Francis of Assisi Church, 480 Charminster Road, Charminster, Bournemouth, Dorset

St Francis of Assisi Church, 480 Charminster Road, Charminster, Bournemouth, Dorset
Church Music
Image by Alwyn Ladell
Outgoing voluntary: Litanies by Jehan Alain, played by Jonathan Lane B.Mus., ARCO (CHD, DipTCR) FASC, Director of Music.

The Licensing of the Rev Adrian Pearce as Priest in Charge, and the Rev Canon David Wastie as Associate Priest, of St Ambrose Parish Church and of St Francis Parish Church, Bournemouth; by the Rt Rev Dr Jonathan Frost, the Bishop of Southampton, and Rt Rev Norman Banks, the Bishop of Richborough, assisted by the Ven Dr Peter Rouch, Archdeacon of Bournemouth, and the Rev Andy McPherson, Area Dean of Bournemouth, in the presence of the Deputy Mayor and the Deputy Mayoress of Bournemouth, Councillor Chris Rochester and Mrs Rochester.

St. Francis Pet Medal (1′ H)

St. Francis Pet Medal (1′ H)

  • Imported from Italy.
  • Comes with a girft card and ‘Prayer for My Pet.’

Poorly dressed in rough brown cloth, a small thin man taught others about compassion for the smallest of creatures. St. Francis of Assisi chose to live in poverty, devoting much of his life to animal welfare. This pewter-like medal for your pet depicts St. Francis blessing a dog on one side and ‘Pray for Us’ with a flower design on the other.

List Price: $ 3.25

Price: $ 3.25

Friary Church of St Francis and St Anthony, Haslett Avenue West, Crawley town centre

Friary Church of St Francis and St Anthony, Haslett Avenue West, Crawley town centre
Church list
Image by Mr MPD
Crawley’s original Roman Catholic church has been rebuilt a couple of times. In its present form, it is an impressive postwar building by the highly original architect (and influential architectural writer) Harry Stuart Goodhart-Rendel. Back in the early Victorian era, the Blount family of the Crabbet Park estate in Worth were closely associated with this church. This view is taken from the rear, from a twitten that leads from Station Way to Haslett Avenue West. The saddleback tower and polychromatic brickwork are clearly visible. Taken on 20th October 2011.

See my Wikipedia article "List of places of worship in Crawley" for more information and other pics.