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Remi Harris & Tom Moore - Jazz & Blues

DATE: Saturday 3rd December

TIME: 7:30 pm  (Doors open 7:00 pm)

AT: Parish Hall, Dovecote Street, Amble

TICKETS: Adults £12 

Concessions (60+) £10

Children (15 under) £6

N.F. Young Queen Street Amble or online

Acclaimed jazz and blues guitarist Remi Harris and virtuoso double bassist Tom Moore present an evening of music ranging from the acoustic jazz of the 30s and 40s to the electric blues of the 60s and 70s; influenced by such greats as Django Reinhardt, Peter Green, Wes Montgomery, Jimi Hendrix and more.
From the age of seven Remi has dedicated himself to a life of guitar. His playing has taken him from busking on the streets of his local towns to performing at many prestigious events and venues around the world, including the Montreal Jazz Festival, Buckingham Palace, BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall with Jamie Cullum, and on national radio and television.
Remi has been performing with Tom for over ten years, during which time they have developed a remarkable musical affinity.
“Incredible guitarist... I'm absolutely blown away by his talent” - Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio 2


Sunday 11th December

Community Carol Service - 6:00 p.m.


Sunday 18th December

Carols Sing along at Amble Harbour Village -12:00 noon


Christmas Eve

Family Christingle Service - 6:00 p.m.


Midnight Communion with carols - 11:30 p.m.


Christmas Day

Family Christmas Communion - 10:00 a.m.


You can also see our online Christmas services on our YouTube channel.




Each year in we organise a short course during Advent for anyone who wants to attend, if you are from our church, other churches or just if you are interested. This is our way of preparing for the Christmas season.

This year the topic is Prayer.

I am sure you will agree that now, more than ever, we and others are turning to prayer as we view the situation in the world and our own futures.

Jesus’ disciples said to him “Lord, teach us to pray” and what better way can we learn to pray than taking lessons from him.


As we meet together we shall look at prayer (a very big subject) under four headings.

They are-


Pause - how do we stop and find time and connection to pray.


Rejoice - before we rush into our “shopping list of prayers” how do we connect with God himself?


Ask - praying for ourselves and others; what we ask for and how we do it.


Yield - acceptance and being in God’s presence, prayers that don’t seem to be answered and prayer in times when we feel down and prayer is difficult.

Please feel free to come to as many of these as you can, but each one is self-contained.


Our Sunday sermons on those weeks will follow the same themes.


Dates:  Tuesdays -

November 22nd and 29th

December 6th and 13th


Time: 2.30 pm

At: Ann Archer’s home 7 Newburgh Street.  


Do come and join us. - Penny Horseman.


With Coquet Concert Band

At: St Cuthbert's Church

Date: Wednesday 7th December

Time: 7:00 pm

Tickets: £5.00

On sale at: N&F Youngs

Or on the door.

Proceeds to go towards the church.

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Join us for our Community Carol Service. Various people from our town are reading the lessons and our choir are singing carols and of course there are many carols for you all to sing too. 


Sunday 11th December

Time: 6:00pm

At St Cuthbert's Church Amble

Join us after the service for or mulled wine and mince pies.    ALL WELCOME



On our YouTube channel at 9:30 each Sunday morning. 

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Café Church was busy today. We meet 1st Sunday of the month. Time: 3:00 pm (Winter Time.) This is a short, very informal service for all ages held at Coquet Tea Rooms, Queen Street.

All Welcome.



For some time we have been supporting Dennis Fundi  based at the Utugi Street Children Centre in the Diocese of Kirinyaga, Kenya.


Dennis is now 17 and started High School earlier this year.  He is bright and doing well.  News has just come through that the schools are closed due to Covid-19 and pupils are sent back to the care of parents or guardians, so Dennis is with his elderly Grandmother.  Utugi staff are keeping regular contact.  Originally  Dennis's mother died and left him with his Grandmother who couldn’t manage and he became a street boy in Kutus Town. That was when Utugi stepped in firstly with feeding and then with a home at the Centre.


Dennis wants to be an engineer.  He did well at primary school and now has the chance of a Secondary Education.


Please pray for Dennis, for all the Boys and Staff and for Sister Susan who runs the Centre.


If you would like to write to Dennis, get in touch with Penny Horseman

Watch this documentary to find out more about the school.

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“To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven"