Programme

Dates: 11-14 June 2014

 

Wednesday 11 June 2014

Notre Dame de France, Leicester Place

19.30 Spirit-filled Medieval Chants
Early religious music, performed by  the ‘Musique au Boschet’ Ensemble
Relax with the wonderfully haunting meditative sound of Medieval and Gregorian chants; let the healing sound  of the human voices spiritually soothe you.

 


Thursday 12 June 2014

Our Lady of the Assumption & St Gregory Church, Warwick Street

12.45 Mass
13.15-

18.00

Sanctuary in the City: Eucharistic Adoration in the church throughout the day
 

14.30

15.30

Workshops:

Finding Joy in the Struggles of Life

The Joy of the Gospel

 

Evening Programme – SURPRISED BY JOY!

Our Lady of the Assumption & St Gregory Church, Warwick Street

19.00 Joy to Celebrate: praise and worship

Joy to Receive: celebration of the Mass with Bishop John Arnold

Joy to Share: party with live music, refreshments, magician, caricaturist

 

Friday 13 June 2014

St. Patrick’s Church, Soho Square

12.45 Mass
13.15-

18.00

 

14.30

 

Sanctuary in the City: Eucharistic Adoration in the church throughout the day

 

Street outreach in Soho

Evening Programme

TRANSFORMED BY JOY

St Patrick’s Church, Soho Square

19.00 Let the Joy Begin: Celebrating the transforming joy of God through praise and uplifting presentations
20.15 Eucharistic procession from to Corpus Christi Church followed by night prayer and benediction

 

 

Saturday 14 June 2014
Leicester Square Gardens, 12.00 – 20.00

ENJOY LIFE TO THE FULL!


Festival Programme:

* A rolling programme of music on the stage, including: Fr. Rob Galea (Australia), Noel Robinson, Crossbeam and others

* Engaging Workshops and Catholic Q & A sessions

* Dedicated spaces for prayer and reconciliation

18.00 Thanksgiving Mass in Notre Dame de France Church
20.00 Closing of the  programme in Leicester Square

 

“I am so looking forward to SitC2014 – the programme is different each year and brings a freshness to my faith, whilst always being uplifting and challenging. I love celebrating on the streets with music and festival, it gives me courage to share the hope that is in me.” Mary