BibleThe King James Bible - Celebrating its 400th anniversary

Friday 23rd September at 7.30 to 10.00pm, St Nicholas Church


In 1611, a new English Bible was published. It was the work of an almost impossibly learned team of men laboring since 1604 under royal mandate.

Their purpose, they wrote, was not to make a new translation of the Bible but "to make a good one better, or out of many good ones, one principal good one." What was published, 400 years ago, was indeed one principal good one: the King James Version of the Bible.

St Nicholas church is putting on a concert of readings, drama, humour and music to mark the publication of this inspirational book.

Tickets at £10 which includes wine and canapés, from the parish office (tel 020 8467 0196)

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