There have also been enquiries from groups in Lancaster, Manchester, various parts of Scotland, and other new dates are still being added so keep an eye on this page
If you would like to host Garth in your area, email or phone 07976 360844
The story of singer, songwriter, priest, author and activist Garth Hewitt, in his own words.
Songs of peace, protest, poetry and prayer
follow the links above to read about Garth’s autobiography/memoir and the accompanying double CD and to order your copies,
or if you would like to take advantage of our current offer and buy both together for £28 including postage (UK)
email for more details
Now available from US distributor Hearts & Minds Bookstore – order here
Watch Garth explain the inspiration behind his song Against the Grain before singing it at his concert near York on Palm Sunday
There is an Ancient Peace
A Quiet Day for Activists
When: Saturday 12th October 2019
Where: Langstone Court, Ross on Wye
This is a ‘Save the Date’ – further information will be available in due course. To register interest email
There is an ancient peace, you carry in your heart
Garth says, “Recently at concerts when chatting with people I have found that many are struggling with the current world situation; with issues that are happening in terms of wars and violence, refugees, and of course Palestine and Israel. I thought it might be useful to have a few Quiet Days that might give us time to pause and to be reminded of key principles of justice and a spirituality that is rooted in the prophets and in Jesus.
When: Friday 1st November, 7.00 pm (time to be confirmed)
Where: St Columba’s Church Hall, Plas Newton Lane, Chester, CH2 1SA
Tickets: free entry, there will be a collection towards the work of Amos Trust
Bethlehem is Calling – a Concert for Advent
When: 23rd November 2019, 6.30pm
Where: Emmanuel Church, 1 Greenfield Road, Old Town, Eastbourne, BN21 1JJ
Tickets: £10 (children under 16 – £6)
To book or for more information phone 07957 408694
Garth Hewitt writes redemption songs
and then sings them without fear.
His voice comes through clearly,
challenging us by his witness to act for justice. His is a brave voice,
needed more than ever in a fearful world, and in a sometimes timid church.
Please God, it will help us
sing redemption songs of our own.
The Revd Lucy Winkett
Rector, St James’s Piccadilly
previous Chair of Trustees of Amos Trust