High Cross Church

After the news today, Church Council have taken the decision to cancel all High Cross activities until further notice.
This includes all church services and social groups, including those that meet offsite. Currently, the building will remain open to hirers who wish to continue, and our café will also remain open.

High Cross is coordinating support to those self-isolating and the isolated. If you need support in any way, or are willing to help others please ring 01276 66798.

Above all at this time, please stay connected with God through Bible Study and prayer. In the coming days, I will endeavour to provide links to online services from the United Reformed and Methodist Churches.  I also encourage you to tune into Songs of Praise and the Sunday service on Radio 4.

With prayers and much love at this trying time,
Mike
High Cross Church
Knoll, Road, Camberley, GU15 3SY
Church: 01276 66798

High Cross Church – Messiah

High Cross Church – 30 years

Messiah from Scratch

Saturday, November 28th 2020

As part of its 30th Anniversary Celebrations, High Cross Church in Camberley is hosting a Messiah from Scratch. The performance will be conducted by Andrew Phillips and will include professional soloists. There will be a rehearsal at 3.30 pm in the afternoon with a performance at 6.30 pm to which an audience is invited. Refreshments will be provided between the rehearsal and performance.

Further details including an Order Form will be provided at a later date.

Save the Date – Saturday 28th November 2020

Nearby Choir Events

Yateley Choral Society

Saturday 28th March at 7.45 in St Swithun’s Church, Yateley

Yateley Choral Society reminds us that they are busy rehearsing for our Spring concert, on Saturday 28th March, and Quintin, the Music Director, has done us proud again with a delightful selection of music.
At the heart of our concert is Duruflé’s much-loved setting of the Requiem, based on ancient Gregorian plainchant but with the addition of a Romantic spirit to give the piece a multi-layered beauty. We will also be singing Vaughan Williams’ Five Mystical Songs and O, clap your hands, John Rutter’s arrangement of Amazing Grace and Fauré’s Tantum ergo.
As an extra treat, our cellist will perform Saint Saëns’ achingly beautiful The Swan.

We very much hope to see you on the 28th March at St Swithun’s Church, Yateley where the concert will start at 7.45pm. Come early to select a good seat and book your interval drinks at the bar.