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A Vigil for Our Planet 

In aid of the Australian bushfire appeal

Prayer for Peace to Rain prompted the vision of a global vigil on Sunday 8th March, International Women’s Day 2020. The Vigil, dedicated to our children and our children’s children, is a call to action to people of all faiths and none to stand together as one. Its purpose is to inspire a concerted effort of profound reflection, prayer and peace. 

 

Event Organiser: Lizzie Davies.

 

Join us at:

 

The Roman Baths, Bath, UK

on

Sunday 8th March - 

International Women's Day 2020

from

8pm to 9pm 

Photo by Paolo Ferla

 

Join us for an evening vigil around the healing waters of the stunning torchlit Roman Baths. Donations will be requested on the night to support the Australian bushfire appeal.

 

Please give generously.

A suggested minimum donation of £10 per ticket is invited.

 

A Vigil for Our Planet - Event Programme

In aid of the Australian Bushfire Appeal

The Roman Baths

Sunday 8th March, International Women’s Day 2020 

 

Please note access & parking details at the bottom of this page 

Our programme incorporates quiet reflection, music, poetry, the spoken word and song. Local duos Sinnober and Duo Antipodes will be performing and the evening will include a recording of "Tomorrow is Hope" a poem by   Australian poet, Blue Robinson  who evacuated his home during the bushfires. 

Click here to see and download the full evening's programme and to read about our sponsors, helpers and all the artists and performers involved.  

 

8.00   Doors open  - Join our quiet vigil around the torchlit Roman Baths

8.15   Welcome & Introductory Speeches  

           Our community gathering for profound reflection, prayer and peace, will incorporate silence and music from:

Duo Antipodes: Manus Noble & Jehanne Bastoni 

Spiegel im Spiegel by Arvo Pärt

 

Sinnober: Natalie Brice & Sebastian Brice 

Prayer for Peace to Rain

An invitation for us all to sing the prayer together. A collection will be invited. Please give generously. All donations will be equally split between WWF and in support of the British Red Cross Australian Bushfires fund.

 

Time to share and connect with your community 

9.00 Carriages 

Please note Entrance via Stall Street. Wheelchair access is limited, advance notice is advised. Please email prayerforpeacetorain@gmail.com to notify any access assistance required. There is no off street parking. The nearest car park is Southgate or Avon Street Car Parks.

 

About

 

About Lizzie Davies: Event Organiser   

Lizzie Davies has lived in the City of Bath for over twenty years. A committed change agent, she is a writer, poet and artist with a long-standing history of initiating projects and mounting community events. 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lizzieofbath/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lizziedavieswriter/

www.thecandalaproject.com 

www.theglobalcircleofpeace.com 

About Sinnober  

Sinnober is the mercurial jazz-folk-rock fusionist creation of multi-instrumentalist song writers Sebastian & Natalie Brice.

http://www.sinnober.com/

About Duo Antipodes  Australian cellist, Jehanne Bastoni, and Irish guitarist, Manus Noble, came together in 2015 to form Duo Antipodes, the duo are well known for their commanding performances and friendly stage manner. 

https://www.duoantipodes.com/

 

Contact

 

Enquiries to

prayerforpeacetorain@gmail.com 

Ticket Bookings 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-vigil-for-our-planet-in-aid-of-the-australian-bushfire-appeal-tickets-91134199845

Social Media

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pray4peace2rain/

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/pray4peace2rain/

Twitter - https://twitter.com/Pray4peace2rain

Kindly Supported By

Prinknash Abbey - https://www.prinknashabbey.org/

NINEPOINT - https://ninepoint.co.uk/Graphic 

Mail Boxes Etc - https://www.mbe.co.uk/bath

and our generous sponsors and all those giving hands-on help to this timely community event.

© Lizzie Davies 2020

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