Last HIMP Sunday Service

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Last HIMP Sunday Service

Time: October 10, 2010 from 1pm to 3pm
Location: The Arches
Street: | 253 Argyle St | Glasgow | G2 8DL |
City/Town: Glasgow
Website or Map: http://www.thearches.co.uk
Event Type: sunday, service, social, event, talk, exhibition, choir, singing
Organized By: Alburt
Latest Activity: Oct 8, 2010

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The last in our series of Sunday Services to coincide with our Arches Exhibition.


THE SUNDAY SERVICE
"Hole in my Pocket invite you to join them for The Himp Sunday Service, an non-denominational alternative to Sunday School for creative types. Come along and hear a series of sermons from top artists, designers and performers about their chosen creative fields, find out what inspires them and celebrate the Church of Creativity in s...tyle with some group karaoke led by a local Choir, readings from Moby Dick and a ......nice cup of tea. Sundays 19 September and 3, 10 October 1 -2.30pm."

WEEK 3
Hosted by Gary McNair
and with music by Eilidh MacAskill and The Parsonage Choir

Sermons include
Kieran Hurley
Rose Rune
Neil McGuire
Minty Donald
Marie Campbell

Readings
Frodo McDaniels

With tea and scones at the end. Fun, fun fun.

Photos of week 1 here: http://holeinmypocketblog.blogspot.com/2010/09/himptology-sunday-service-1.html

Preview in the List: http://www.list.co.uk/article/29423-hole-in-my-pocket-mark-popes-scottish-visit-by-starting-their-own-church/


ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Returning to the Arches for the first time since their successful, eponymous exhibition as part of the Glasgow International in 2005, which focused on moments of everyday life, "Hole in my Pocket" now turn their attention onto the slippery and dangerous topic of religion.

With the Pope coming to town next month, it seemed like a good time to open that divisive question of religion and see what could be found. Our current generation say they have no religion, in a 2006 Guardian poll 63% of people said they were not religious. Hole in my Pocket have therefore set out to steal all the best bits from other religions and form a new religion of their own - Himptology. It will be a democratic religion based around the ideas of creativity (not creation) and part of their new Arches exhibition will focus on audience interaction, asking where mainstream religion has been going wrong and calling for suggestions for what a new 21C belief system could entail.

HOLE IN MY POCKET: THE SECOND COMING
"Bringing their thoughts on faith, belief and belonging to The Arches, Hole in my Pocket form their own religion and ask you to become a true believer."

As well as the main exhibition Hole in my Pocket are also organising a series of three unusual social events which are shaping up to be great fun and rather unique and exciting experiences. The events, entitled "Hole in my Pocket: The Sunday Service", will use the framework of a traditional Church service to present new art work and performance. They will be an exploration of the creative industries in Glasgow and a celebration in creativity in general. See more

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