Friday, 21 Sep 2018
From 19:30 - 22:00
Doors open 19:00
An evening exploring the significance of COURAGE in the all trials of life, but also an evening of fun, singing familiar songs, and learning some new ones.
"Recent events & situations (including the death of my brother) have had a big impact on me personally, and on my writing. And the word that has kept coming back to me is COURAGE: courage to face my own pain, to share my pain, and to sit with the pain of others."
The format is a mixture of chat, congregational worship and performance, and Stuart will also be talking about some of the songs and how they came to be written. Some songs will be familiar, some will be new.
The event is approximately 2 hours long, and includes a break of about 20 minutes for refreshments. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal, worshipful and participative.
General £15. Concession £10 (U18, NUS, JSA, OAP). Wheelchair £15 (includes ticket for an assistant, subject to availability). On-the-door £15 (subject to availability). We do expect demand to be high, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
The Citadel on Gillygate, opened by General Booth in 1883, is now the home of York City Church. It still has the words "SALVATION ARMY" in large friendly letters above the front gates - you can't miss it!
Ground floor (capacity 180) seated, with wheelchair access. Gallery (capacity 300) seated, stairs, no wheelchair access. All seating is unallocated. Please allow time to find your spot.
York Railway Station (15 minute walk).
THE SMALL PRINT
Tickets must be shown to gain entrance to the event. These can be printed at home or displayed on your phone or mobile device. Reasonable supporting evidence (e.g. student ID card) may be required for concessions. Tickets will only be refunded under exceptional circumstances. No food or drink is be brought into the venue. Bottled water will be available for sale before, during and after the programme.