Glasgow: Saints of the future


Fire.Cloud will be hosting a lively community celebration at St Peter the Apostle High School in Clydebank on Tuesday, 1 November. at 7.30pm.

The theme of this All Saints’ concert is to encourage and support young people to become the saints of the future. School pupils taking part have been considering what it means to be a ‘saint’ and how, through their leadership and faith, they can promote goodness in their community.

The programme will involve pupils from various schools singing, dancing and acting to music from local musicians and contemporary dance performed by Vito Dance Theatre.

The concert is open to all as a way of marking the Feast of All Saints in a lively and creative manner.

Tickets are £5 for adults and £3 for under 12s. For more information contact: [email protected] or 01389 878 057

Fire.Cloud is a Glasgow based organisation which aims to build vibrant communities through faith, arts and research. Further details can be found here: www.fire-cloud.org


Tags: All Saints, Clydebank, Fire Cloud, St Peter the Apostle High School

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