Announcements- Ponte Sant' Angelo Methodist Church

Announcements

             
             
PREACHERS' PLAN
November 2019

3 November - Rev. Daniel Morris-Chapman
10 November - Rev. Daniel Morris-Chapman

17 November - Rev. Daniel Morris-Chapman
24 November - Rev. Daniel Morris-Chapman
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BIBLE READINGS
3 November 2019

Habakkuk 1:1-4, 2:1-4; 2 Thessalonians 1:1-4, 11-12; Luke 19:1-10

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BIBLE STUDY

The PSA Wednesday Bible Study Group continues to meet on alternate Wednesdays. For more information please contact Sandra.

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OPERA CONCERTS AT PSA
October through December 2019

Internationally acclaimed musicians perform opera favourites like 'La donna è mobile' from Verdi's Rigoletto and 'Vissi d'arte' from Puccini's Tosca. Also on the program are beloved Neapolitan songs and piano classics like Chopin's 'Heroic' Polonaise.


There is no dress code, and the venue is wheelchair-accessible. Doors open at 19:30 and the concert commences at 20:00, without intermissions.

For concert schedule and to order tickets, please check this
website.

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THE ECUMENICAL GARDEN PROJECT
sponsored by the English-speaking churches of Rome


Open Garden Days to assist with planting, reaping and maintaining the garden are as follows:

November 2, 16, 30
December 14

Time: 10:00 - 13:00

In case of bad weather kindly check with Rose (3270751908) to verify whether the open day will be postponed.

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VISIT TO ROME's NON-CATHOLIC CEMETERY
2 November 2019

Rome’s Non-Catholic Cemetery contains possibly the highest density of famous and important graves anywhere in the world. It is the final resting-place of the poets Shelley and Keats, of many painters, sculptors and authors, a number of scholars, several diplomats, Goethe’s only son, and Antonio Gramsci, a founding father of European Communism,to name only a few. Some of the people buried here were connected with St. Paul’s. In addition to the significant number of Protestant and eastern Orthodox graves, other faiths that are represented include Islam, Zoroastrianism, Buddhism and Confucianism. Tomb inscriptions are in more than fifteen languages – Lithuanian, Bulgarian, Church-Slavonic, Japanese, Russian, Greek and Avestic, often engraved in their own non-Roman scripts.

Join St. Paul’s Within the Walls on Saturday 2nd November at 10:00 to visit the cemetery. At 11:00 there will be a Memorial Eucharist service in the Cemetery Chapel together with Fr. Rob Warren and members of All Saints’ Anglican Church.  Lunch will be in a local restaurant (optional).