|Sunday 17th November, 7:30pm - Dr Solomon Kumar is a General Practitioner, who trained at Gandhi Medical College Osania University in Hyderabad. He has served in hospitals in India (between 1975 and 1996), Saudi Arabia at Sajir General Hospital in Saudi Arabia for 10 years until 2006 when he moved to Bahrain to serve as a doctor at the American Mission Hospital. He has had a long term interest in the treatment of leprosy. He sees his work as a vocation and an expression of his Christian faith.|
|Friday 6th December, 9:30am – Godspell will be presented at St Christopher’s Cathedral using a choir and soloists which will be a mix of young people and a few adults. Would you like to be involved?
The musical will be introduced on Friday 25th October and rehearsals will take place at 9.30am on Fridays through November beginning on 8th November.
Please see Graham Roberts or Tricia Butt(36418997)
|Sunday 8th December, 7:30pm – An Evening of Advent and Christmas carols, music readings, poetry for you to bring and share with mulled wine and mince pies. We will also show an episode of a BBC production of The Nativity, written by Tony Jordan, who explores the troubled times of turn-of-the-millennium Judea, but roots the action in a world we can all recognize and understand.|
|Sunday 12th January, 7:30pm - Hrayr Jebejian is the General Secretary of the Bible Society in the Gulf. He was born in Lebanon and has degrees in Business Administration and Agricultural Economics. He joined the Bible Society in 1981 and since 1993 has been the General Secretary of The Bible Society in the Gulf, a period of huge growth both of the churches in our region and alongside the work of the Bible Society. Hrayr is here to dedicate the enlarged and refurbished Bible Society resource Centre adjacent to the Cathedral.|
|Sunday 16th February, 7:30pm - Jarna Jeet headed up a remarkable project on behalf of the American Womens’ Association to create the Bahrain Unity Quilt drawing both Bahraini and Expatriate organizations together to create a beautiful work of art and a piece of Bahrain social history. She will speak of how the spark of an idea grew into what is on display today. The Cathedral contributed one square to this project.|