Saturday, May 25, 2019
Vacation Bible School at All Saints'

Vacation Bible School will be an out-of-this-world experience!

To Mars and Beyond: June 17-21 at All Saints' 

This summer's Vacation Bible School, To Mars and Beyond, will help kids discover the wonders of God's universe. They'll become Voyagers on a journey through space, exploring where God's power can take them. Add to the adventure with out-of-this-world fun, learning and timeless Bible stories that inspire kids to give glory to God,who is able to do far beyond all that we could imagine! 

Registration for VBS begins soon. In the meantime if you have questions, email Holly Luke, our Sunday School Superintendent or call her at 817-732-1424.

Download the 2019 VBS Registration Form.

Organ Recital on Friday, June 14 at All Saints'

Take a musical journey through 

French 'airspace' with the CEO of Dubai Airports

FEATURING PAUL GRIFFITHS

CEO of Dubai Airports and Fellow of the Royal College of Organists

Friday, June 14, 7:30 p.m. at All Saints' Episcopal Church

Many brilliant organists have performed at All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Fort Worth, but our next recitalist is a musical multi-tasker on a truly global scale. Paul Griffiths is the British organ sensation with a most unexpected day job…CEO of Dubai Airports.

On Friday, June 14th at 7:30 p.m., Mr. Griffiths will keep the planes in the air, while the nearly 5,000 organ pipes at All Saints’ soar to the skies.  A thrilling program with a decidedly French air will whisk us off to Paris with composers Debussy, Duruflé and Saint-Saëns. 

Admission is free, and a reception for everyone will follow the concert.

Five days after playing at All Saints’, Paul will perform at Washington National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. In February, he played the organ for 130,000 people at the Papal Mass given by Pope Francis during his historic visit to the Arabian Peninsula. He has performed at Windsor Castle, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s Cathedral and many other cathedrals in the UK.

Paul began playing at the age of 10, winning first prize in the London Musical Competition Festival at 13. He performs regularly as an organ recitalist and continuo player and today is Vice President of the Royal College of Organists. 

He combines his international recital career with his role as Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Airports, responsible for the operation and development of Dubai International (DXB) as well as Dubai World Central (DWC), which will eventually be the world’s largest airport with capacity to handle up to 240 million passengers and 16 million tons of freight annually. 

Prior to moving to Dubai, Paul was Managing Director of London’s Gatwick Airport, the second largest airport in the UK. Previously, he spent 14 years as an Executive Director of Virgin Atlantic and the Virgin Rail Group. 

In 2015, Paul was appointed as a Companion in the Order of St. Michael and St. George in the Queen’s Birthday Honour List, for services to British prosperity overseas and to music. 

Paul has three children and lives in Dubai, London, and Sussex. His wife, Joanna Marsh, is an organist and composer of choral and orchestral works. Their Sussex home contains the largest classical pipe organ in a private home in the UK.

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