Thursday 1st - Sunday 25th June The Waterloo Festival St John's Waterloo
This year's festival, which runs throughout June, takes as its theme Sacred Spaces. The festival will introduce a number of events linking faith and the environment. We ask, what makes a space sacred? Photographer Richard Slater explores the question in a month-long exhibition of London's religious spaces. Acclaimed artist Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva's installations will transform the space in the crypt of St John's. To complement the shows, Endangered Spaces invites audiences into a discussion on Christian-Muslim relations in a divided world. Full details and bookings on www.waterloofestival.com
Sunday 4th June, 6.30pm CTiW Annual Pentecost Service Hinde Street Methodist Church
The Christians Together in Westminster Annual Ecumenical Pentecost Service this year is called “Creative Evening Worship”. Refreshments will be available at the back of the church from 5.30pm, and the service begins at 6.30pm, and will be led by Rev’d Sue Keegan von Allmen and Rev’d Val Reid.
Saturday 10th June, 7.30pm Space Time Matter Energy St Mary le Strand
A new piece by Simon McEnery for choir and percussion, with texts by Stephen Hawking, Carl Sagan, Martin Rees, Albert Einstein and others. With the Salisbury Chamber Chorus, Beaten Track Ensemble, Peter Toye, piano and Simon McEnery, Conductor. Tickets £15 from St Matthew's Church office firstname.lastname@example.org or salisburyplayhouse.com 01722 320333
Saturday 24th June, 10am-4pm Brexit Conference Methodist Central Hall
All welcome to this debate-style Conference Chaired by Revd. Rose Hudson-Wilkin, Chaplain to Her Majesty the Queen & Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons, with 12 Speakers participating about BREXIT and their chosen fields. Tickets cost just £12 by cash or cheque, or £12 with £1.33p booking fee via Eventbrite.