Simply put we look after the arts ministry, seeking to promote more of God's created world through the talents He has given us.
In 2017 we aim to continue organising music, drama, literary, dramatic and art exhibitions within the context of an active worshipping and witnessing church.
Half of the lunchtime programme is in place, five of which are new to Lindfield including two schools namely Seaford College from Petworth and Roedean Girls School from Brighton.
The Good Friday Sacred concert will include three works, Bach's Out of the Deep and Christ Lay in the Bonds of Death and Stainer’s Crucifixion, featuring the New Sussex Singers, All Saints Orchestra and soloists.
The Saturday evening programmes to date will include Lancing College music students, Saltmine Theatre Co presenting Darkness Falls, Stuart Townend, Rhos Welsh Male Voice Choir with special guest Elin Manahan Thomas, and the Merry Opera Co presenting a dramatised version of Handel's Messiah.
Since the departure of Jonathan Robinson I am delighted to say that John Mummery has agreed to join the Tiger Arts team.
We look forward to your support during the New Year. Peter Ford