Morning worship led by the Rev Anne Sardeson and Maria J.W. Lee

Maldon United Reformed Church Market Hill, Maldon, Essex, United Kingdom

Our morning worship for the Second Sunday of Lent is led by our Minister and trainee minister. Come along and join us as we think about the approach of Easter and what it means to us. The service lasts around an hour and refreshments are served afterwards.

Communion service led by the Rev Anne Sardeson

Our service this morning includes Communion, which everyone is welcome to join. We serve gluten free bread and non-alcoholic juice so all can participate. The service today is led by our Minister and will be followed by refreshments.

The TLC Ensemble – string/woodwind

Maldon United Reformed Church Market Hill, Maldon, Essex, United Kingdom

The group play popular light classical music which our audiences will recognise.

John Pierce – tenor

Maldon United Reformed Church Market Hill, Maldon, Essex, United Kingdom

Our famous ‘Singing Painter’ will return today with his own wonderful style of opera and music.

Filippo Di Bari – piano

Maldon United Reformed Church Market Hill, Maldon, Essex, United Kingdom

Filippo will present a varied programme ranging from Viennese Classical Masters to the French Modernist Composers of the late 19th century.

Samuel Kimuli – organ

Maldon United Reformed Church Market Hill, Maldon, Essex, United Kingdom

Samuel delighted audiences on his last visit on the organ and it is a pleasure to have him back.

Jacob Clark – piano

Maldon United Reformed Church Market Hill, Maldon, Essex, United Kingdom

Jacob is back by popular demand and will be playing pieces by Beethoven, Chopin & Rachmaninoff.

Kiyomi Seed – percussion

Maldon United Reformed Church Market Hill, Maldon, Essex, United Kingdom

Kiyomi will play works by Bach, Paul Smadbeck, Astor Piazzolla (arr. by Pius Cheung), Keiko Abe and Evelyn Glennie.

Songs of the Folk – acoustic duo

Maldon United Reformed Church Market Hill, Maldon, Essex, United Kingdom

Classically trained musicians who channel their training into sophisticated American folk music.

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