Today’s Window

14 December: 30 Crooms Hill

December 14, 2017

Reasons to be Cheerful – Part 4

30 Crooms Hill

Greenwich, SE10 8ER

Using graphics and light effects, this window provides a reason to be cheerful — part 4.

The window can be viewed at any time, but best seen after dark.

The window will be ready by 7 p.m. on 14 December.

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“The Joy of Animals”

46 Devonshire Drive

Greenwich, SE10 8QQ

This window is a celebration of the joy and pleasure that animals bring to us.

The window is best at night.

The window will be ready at dusk. 

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12 December: 51 Hyde Vale

December 12, 2017

When A Plan Comes Together (Or Not)

51 Hyde Vale

Greenwich, SE10 8QQ

This window is a tribute to all the teachers, parents and children who each jubilantly bring us joy with glorious, hilarious and sometimes wonderfully disastrous nativity plays.

Our window is influenced by Michael Frayn’s Noises Off.

The window is best viewed any time.

The window will be ready by 6 p.m.

You’ve got to see this window in motion. Here you go:

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Jubiliation

Art Made by St. Ursula’s School

68 Crooms Hill, Greenwich, SE10 8HG

Our Ladye Star of the Sea & St. Ursula’s School are pleased to share St. Alfege Church Advent Windows for 2017. We are calling the window “Jubilation” not only because it’s the theme for Advent Windows this year, but also to mark the anniversary of our school this year.

Our window can be seen at the Presbytery of the church on 68 Crooms Hill. The artwork was completed by the school’s art department with assistance from the St. Ursula’s students.

 

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Strong Reason & Good Fancy

28 King George Street

Greenwich, SE10 8QD

Our window is a celebration of Nicholas Hawksmoor, the clerk turned visionary who rebuilt St. Alfege Church 300 years ago. A hard-working man, with fewer aristocratic patrons than his rivals, he sought for the eternal, believing that do do otherwise means, “we doe but dress things in Masquerade.”

This window will be on display all day, but will be lit at night.

The window will be ready by 7:30 p.m. on 10 December. Neighbours and all-comers are warmly invited to join us for mulled wine, and quite possibly, mince pies. 

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9 December: Cutty Sark

December 9, 2017


Homecoming

Cutty Sark

Cutty Sark Gardens, King William Walk, Greenwich, SE10 9HT

Rejoice with the ship’s brave sailors, who have made it back to port to be with their loved ones at this special time of year.

The colourful flags celebrate Cutty Sark’s Christmas homecoming. The ship’s wheel symbolises her safe journey home.

We would like to thank all of the families who helped us create this window at our Christmas craft workshop.

The window can be seen at any time, but it is best viewed after dark.

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Let Earth Receive Her King

St. Alfege with St. Peter’s Church of England Primary School

10 Creek Road, Greenwich, SE10 9RB

As we reflect on the jubilation of Christmas, we rejoice with the angels in heaven and the people on earth as we prepare to receive our King. Let our hearts prepare him room and our voices repeat the sounding joy; the Lord has come!

Arise, shine for your light has come, and the glory of the LORD rises upon you. Isaiah 60:1

The window is best during the day, but is also illuminated at night. 

The window will be ready by 3:30 p.m. on 8 December. 

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Meridian Jubilation

Meridian Primary School

Old Woolwich Road, Greenwich, SE10 9NY

The children of Meridian Primary school create their own Christmas fun.

The window is best viewed any time.

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Berry Christmas!

Karen Woolven Flowers

18 Royal Hill

Greenwich, SE10 8RT

The talented staff of Karen Woolven Flowers plan to fill their Advent Windows with a tumbling and cascading waterfall of holly berries.

The window is best viewed at any time.

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Happiness Is…

Greenwich Railway Station: Created by the Flower Hut at Greenwich Station

Greenwich High Road

Greenwich, SE10 8NB

This Advent Window finds its inspiration from Katie’s customers at the Flower Hut. She has asked her customers was “Happiness Is…” and the answers will be incorporated into the display.

The window can be viewed at any time.

The window will be ready by noon on 5 December.

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