Dear Friends of the ESG!
two weeks on plump semester final sprint I want to look ahead – and invite:
On Wednesday, the theater group microcosm premiere, namely with the piece “Angels Scrap” . Stories from the everyday madness of Petr Zelenka. This is a black comedy about crazy types, the fight to their inability to relate abstruse nature. Details at http://www.im-mikrokosmos.de/. The other performances are then Friday to Sunday. On Wednesday, the community is neither reverence nor night (sorry!).
As of Wednesday, the council election run. You can always choose the opening times of the Secretariat or in groups. On the whiteboard you will find the self-presentation of the candidates.
On Sunday after church we want to go together in the Palatinate Museum and look at where the exhibition to the Heidelberg Catechism.
On Wednesday of next week, the concert choir raises the ESG already be light ahead. The choir from England, will give concerts together with the ESG Choir with English madrigals, is already on Wednesday (17. July) attend and celebrate with us Anglican Evening Prayer. We celebrate together 19.00 Clock in the Providenzkirche. I look forward to, this traditional liturgy get to know. After this even-prayer we gather for a community meeting ESG, to evaluate the past and plan for the coming semester, winter semester and his program. Welcome to everyone and every woman!
Already, we invite you to a concert of chamber music circle: Thursday, 18. July, 20.00 Clock.
Finally, we celebrate the semester final worship service on 21. July at 10.00 Clock in the St. Peter's Church. The Bach Choir is – As always, the summer semester final – sing. After the service, a community meeting will be held at the University community – in November, we are in fact of an ecclesiastical body “Visitation of”. And if one gets a visit, you have to prepare budget.
And, and we especially look forward to the common end of the semester with the siblings of the KHG on Wednesday, 24. July. After an ecumenical service at 19.00 Clock we are being celebrated in the warm summer night.
Also: Welcome to our hospitable homes, the Karl Jaspers House and St. Peter's Church! Hans-Georg Ulrichs.