In the Your News section of the Bexhill Observer (Friday, 21st April, 2016) a short article announced the next Christian Voices play Teacher in the Temple.

Alan Young (our founder) is quoted in the article as saying: “We meet the people who would have travelled with Mary, Joseph and Jesus to celebrate the Feast of the Passover“.  How would they have interacted before Jesus goes missing?

We also take a moment to remember one of our most active members.  “Graham Payne sadly passed away in March.   He joined the Group in 2011, acting in sixteen plays and directing three.  Graham’s enthusiasm, commitment and, most of all, his spirituality, made him an invaluable member of our Group.  He will be greatly missed.” says Alan.  Everyone at Christian Voices would agreed with these sentiments – Rest in Eternal Peace, Graham.

The latest Christian Voices play, Teacher in the Temple, will be performed at the following locations:

  • Saturday, 6th May, 3:00pm, Sackville Road Methodist Church
  • Sunday, 7th May, 3:00pm, St. Barnabas Church
  • Monday, 8th May, 7:45pm, St. Martha’s Church, Little Common
  • Friday, 12th May, 7:45pm, Christchurch Methodist Church
  • Saturday, 13th May, 3:00pm, Ninfield Methodist Church Hall
  • Sunday, 14th May, 9:45am, St. Peter’s Community Centre, Bexhill

Christian Voices do not charge any admission but any donations given at the end of each performance will raise money for Contact the Elderly whose excellent work is dedicated to tackling loneliness and social isolation among older people.


About christianvoicesbexhill

Christian Voices is a Musical Drama Group that retells the Bible stories of the Old and New Testament. The members of the group are people from different churches. The script and the songs are based on bible stories and are written by the members of the group. The Group aims to perform two musical plays a year at five different venues.


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