Saturday 11th May 2019 at 7.00pm
The Thurnscoe Harmonic Male Voice Choir is well known to Wentworth. It was formed in 1924 and is now recognised as one of the premier male voice choirs in the country. Over the last few years their reputation has gone from strength to strength, winning over 100 awards in major competitions.
Come to hear the choir make music in the splendid surroundings of the Neo-Gothic Church in Wentworth. Refreshments will be served during the interval.
The members of the Choir are hosting this concert to thank Richard Taylor for his work over the years in promoting music in its many forms in Wentworth Church.
Palm Sunday - 14th April
8.15am Holy Communion
10.45am Palm Procession and Parish Communion
Monday 15th April
7.30pm Compline - A short siad service
Tuesday 16th April
10.30am Prime - A short siad service
Wednesday 17th April
2pm - 4pm - Readings, Meditation and Prayer (join and leave as you wish)
Maundy Thursday - 18th April
7.30pm Eucharist of the Last Supper
Good Friday - 19th April
2.00pm Liturgy of the Cross - Hymns, Readings and Prayers
7.00pm The Cross of Christ - A Choral devotion with Hymns,Readings and Anthems
Easter Sunday - 21st April
8.15am Holy Communion
10.45am Parish Communion
Join us on 31st March 2019 for Mothering Sunday. Services for both our Churches are as follows:
9.30am at Harley
10.45am at Wentworth
Saturday 23rd March at 7.30pm
Sunday 16th December
6.30pm Nine Lessons & Carols
Monday 17th December
7.00pm Carol Service at Harley
Saturday 22nd December
2:00pm Christingle and Nativity at Harley
Monday 24th December (Christmas Eve)
5.00pm Carols by Candlelight and repeated at
6.15pm choose which service suits you the best.
11.30pm Midnight Mass at Harley Mission Rooms
Tuesday 25th December (Christmas Day)
10.45 am Christmas Communion
You are welcome to join us for any of these services, but please note that they may change depending on the availabilty of clergy.
Saturday 22nd December 2018 at 7.30pm
The YORK WAITS are popular performers of early music – from the Middle Ages to the Tudor period – and since the 1970s they have played throughout the UK and in many countries overseas, releasing ten recordings.
At this concert – joined by singer Deborah Catterall – they will perform music for the festive season from many countries and several centuries using a wide range of instruments that include shawms, sackbuts, curtals, recorders, bagpipes, hurdy gurdy, fiddle and rebec, creating a magic sound in the fine surrounds and acoustics of the church.
Come to hear the York Waits in the splendid surroundings of the Neo-Gothic Church in Wentworth. Festive refreshments will be served during the interval.
Tickets cost £12 (or £10 for concessions) and are availalbe by completing the booking form below.
To book tickets for this events, please follow the intrsuctions on the booking form.
For more information or help with your booking , please contact Richard Taylor on 01709 527713 or via the Musical Enquiry category on our Contact Page
Saturday, 8th December at 7.30 pm
Escafeld Chorale: A light in the darkness
Tickets in advance cost £8.00, or you may pay at the door, where the cost is £9.00. This will be the twenty fourth successive year that this concert has been held at Wentworth.
To book tickets for any of the above events, please follow the intrsuctions on the booking form. Alternatively tickets are also available on the night.
If you would like to advertise this event for us, we would be very grateful. Please use the above poster file.
Saturday 29th September at 7pm
[This event forms part of our Music Festival for 2018]
The choir started in 1924 and has recently celebrated its 90th Anniversary.
It remains one of the premier male voice choirs in the country. Over the last ten years their reputation has gone from strength to strength: over the years the choir has won over 100 awards in major competitions, including a second place in the International Eisteddford. Their list of engagements never shortens and one has to marvel at their energy and commitment. They will be joining us again at this year’s annual Wentworth Church Festival, a festival that the choir has been very privileged to be invited to and attend since its inception.
Thanks to Tony Jermy the musical director and Irene Hill the accompanist, the choir is renewing and revitalising its repertoire, from old pot boilers to new pop chart songs, while ensuring that the “Thurnscoe Sound” remains as compelling as it ever did