Posted: September 2015
A warm invitation is extended to anyone who would like to join the choir in leading the music of our worship. The choir rehearses in the church on three Fridays in the month from 7.30pm. It normally begins the 10.30am Sunday service with an introit. For some special evening services, such as the annual Songs of Praise, Passiontide/Easter or Christmas, it is augmented by members of other choirs from other Methodist churches and other denominations. If you might be interested, but are concerned lest there is a blind audition, such as seen in The Voice TV show, fear not. All you have to do to find out more is to contact our Organist and Music Director, Derrick Matthews. Telephone 01296 488076 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can just come along to a rehearsal. Our next one is this Friday 18th September at 7.30pm and you will be made most welcome.
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