Hitchin church to put on musical for Seraph

PUBLISHED: 17:44 27 March 2019 | UPDATED: 17:44 27 March 2019

The concert will be raising funds for Seraph Thomas. Picture: Cassie Thomas

The concert will be raising funds for Seraph Thomas. Picture: Cassie Thomas

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A Hitchin church is putting on a musical play this week as part of their 150th anniversary celebrations and to support Team Super Seraph.

Walsworth Road Baptist Church are putting on a performance of the Pilgrim to celebrate 150th anniversary and support Team Super Seraph. Picture: Steve Partridge PhotographyWalsworth Road Baptist Church are putting on a performance of the Pilgrim to celebrate 150th anniversary and support Team Super Seraph. Picture: Steve Partridge Photography

Members of Walsworth Road Baptist Church are performing John Bunyan’s Pilgrim at 7.30pm on Friday and Saturday, with all proceeds being donated to Seraph Thomas, a four-year-old from the town with high-risk neuroblastoma who needs treatment in the USA.

The performance is also part of the church’s 150th anniversary celebrations.

Steve Partridge is one of the organisers, and told the Comet: “The idea is to share good news within the community and hold a series of different events that is about having the opportunity to give something back and connect with the local community who may not always come to church.

“Some events are free, some come with a small cost to cover costs and have the ability to donate to different causes.”

Walsworth Road Baptist Church are putting on a performance of the Pilgrim to celebrate 150th anniversary and support Team Super Seraph. Picture: Steve Partridge PhotographyWalsworth Road Baptist Church are putting on a performance of the Pilgrim to celebrate 150th anniversary and support Team Super Seraph. Picture: Steve Partridge Photography

To get your tickets visit www.wrbchitchin.org.uk/events.


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