What’s happening this week Listen in to Radio Wales The BBC Radio Wales coverage of our voices project began yesterday on Jason Mohammed’s programme – Monday – interviews with Isaac Blake and Teleri from the Romani Cultural and Arts Company who gave us a wonderful evening last Wednesday. Catch up on BBC IPlayer Tuesday – Coedylan […]
Local schools involvement Coedylan, Parc Lewis, Maesycoed and Trehopcyn Primary schools, Ty Coch Special Needs School and, the young residents of The Grange have visited the exhibition During their visits the Robeson story was explained to them – pointing out the unfairness of his treatment and the way he spent his life fighting for equality, peace and […]
Part of the ‘Voices’ project for ‘Black History’ month Come and hear Cantorion Pontyclun Ladies Choir sing during the Saturday Coffee Bar between 10am and midday and visit the ‘Let Paul Robeson Sing’ Exhibition at the same time. Tea or Coffee and toasted teacakes will be served.
Continuing our ‘Voices’ theme……with Phil and Beverley A sermon for World Mental Health Day Reading: Psalm 40:1-11; 12-17 Phil: “You have done many things for us, O Lord our God,” we just heard the psalmist, possibly King David, say. He continues “There is no one like you. You have made many wonderful plans for us.” And, […]
The launch of ‘Voices’ – an exploration of people, prejudice and protest The God who Hears Readings: Exodus 3:1-10; Psalm 28; Mark 10:46-52 These readings are a small selection from a huge number we could have chosen to illustrate that the God we believe in is one who hears. In the Exodus passage we […]
Live Broadcast At 3pm Beverley Humphreys will be on Radio Wales with Lynn Bowles talking about ‘Let Paul Robeson Sing’ and our ‘Voices’ project. Welsh Film Premiere At 6pm we will be showing the Welsh premiere of ‘B is for Boy’ – the Nigerian director Chika Anadu will be travelling to Pontypridd especially to be with […]