SPECIAL EVENTS PAGE
This page holds information about special events hosted or supported by Cornerstone Church at the Well. This page is updated on a two monthly basis.
The following Special Events are happening in the months of March and April 2019. This page is updated on a two monthly basis. All Events take place in Cornerstone Church at the Well unless otherwise stated. All are welcome to attend.
Weekly Connect Groups
Cornerstone Church at the Well have many groups running each week for people to connect into… they include Mum’s and Tot’s Groups, Men’s Groups and Activities, Coffee Mornings, Home Groups, Teen Groups… Check the Whats On Page to find something you can connect into… For more information in how to get connected or to help out contact Marty 0894235171
EVENTS IN APRIL
Saturday 13th April - MEN’S BREAKFAST Coffee Delights - 10am
Come and have some fellowship, breakfast and the sharing of the Word as God continues to speak to us as men. Always a popular time out for the men.
The breakfast is held at Coffee Delights on the Southern Cross Road in Bray. Check HERE for directions.
All men are welcome. Starts at 10am.
For more info contact Arthur Nolan.
Thursday 4th April 2019 - Wicklow Dementia Support Concert at the Well
Wicklow Dementia Support in conjunction with Cornerstone Creative Arts is delighted to announce a charity event of music and song to be held at Cornerstone Church at the Well on Thursday 4th April at 8pm. The evening promises to be a wonderful and entertaining event.
All the proceeds accepted on the door will be for the work of Wicklow Dementia Support based in Co. Wicklow who work to support people in County Wicklow with dementia and their family carers. WDS is a voluntary organisation, set up and run locally by a small group of committed activists. The overall driving force is to retain as much independence as possible for those with dementia and for them to remain in their own homes for as long as possible. To help achieve these ends, a variety of services has been established by WDS. (Wicklow Dementia Support). These services comprise a Carers Support Groups, AlzPals, AlzInfo, and AlzClubs.
Performing on the night will be the Wenatchee High Chamber Singers and Orchestra. Wenatchee High School Chamber Singers has been the elite, varsity ensemble for over 30 years. This ensemble is an auditioned group of juniors and seniors. This choir represents a large, diverse, visible, and highly disciplined segment of the school.
While the Wenatchee High School Chamber Orchestra was formed 10 years ago. The students, ranging in age 9th through 12th grades, have won the district Solo-Ensemble Contest every year and have gone onto the State Ensemble Competition to earn grades of excellent and superior. A close-knit group, students form lasting friendships that go far beyond school.
These young singers and musicians are led by Beth Jensen who has been the Director of Orchestras at Wenatchee High School since 1998, bringing the program from 22 students to more than 70 this school year. She is also the director of the Prima Vista Challenge Orchestra, a sight-reading orchestra for intermediate and advanced students. She is in demand as a clinician and adjudicator for schools and competitions and has presented seminars on teaching techniques for universities, flute societies, and for the National Flute Association's conventions. In 2007 she was awarded the Stanley Lifetime Achievement Award for outstanding lifetime contributions to the arts.
Alongside this ensemble we are delighted to have Wayne Woodman, who is a tenor who was born in Cape Town, South Africa but spent his childhood in Swakopmund, Namibia. There he got his first taste for music; he received violin tuition and sang in the local church. In his teen years he enrolled in South African College School, Cape Town, where he first began to realize his vocal potential. His vocal training gave him the confidence to perform competitively, where he has claimed the Gold Diploma at the Cape Town Eisteddfod, as well as winning the Christopher Brown Award from 1998-2000. Wayne has also done platform recitals in Ireland for the Dublin Fringe Festival, in South Africa for the Cape Town Baptist Association and Plumstead Methodist Church, in Namibia at the Walvis Bay Benefit, and in Denmark with the Etatsorkestret (whose protector is the Prince Henrik of Denmark).He has performed many times at the Well and is currently working on his new album.
To contact Wicklow Dementia Support please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 089-4286928. For More information about this great concert please contact Marty Clare at 0894235171.
Creative Writing Workshop with David Aikman
Do you have your own story of a wonderful fleeting (or not so fleeting) romance, perhaps not so long ago? The opportunities for good writing lie in the genres of both fiction and nonfiction. The only limitation is the capacity of the writer’s imagination.
Following the warm response to the Bray writers’ workshops in October 2017, David Aikman is running a creative writing class every Thursday until March 2019. It is held from 7pm to 9pm every Thursday The location will be Cairnhill Nursing Home, Herbert Road, Bray. There will be a writing exercises and support from David to allow you develop your writing skills.
There will be a charge for this of €20 per session. Writers who sign up for the full 24 weeks will receive a discount by paying in advance the sum of €200. The follow-up sessions will take place Thursday evening each week and will last for two hours with a five-minute break in the middle.
Anyone who aspires to write enjoys reading good writers is warmly invited to participate.
For more information or to sign up contact Marty Clare of Cornerstone Creative Arts at 0894235171.