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The Easter story was retold in solos, choral and congregational singing at the Olivet to Calvary service on Sunday evening. The Circuit Choir, together with the Choir of Tring Parish Church and friends from other local churches and choirs led the singing under the direction of Cliff Brown. The three excellent soloists were Elizabeth Brown, Soprano, Jonathan Todd, Tenor and Bob Davies, Bass. Derrick Matthews was the organist and Rev. Helen Kirk gave the welcome, thanks and prayers.
The service will be repeated at Sts Peter & Paul, Tring, next Sunday evening, 9th April at 6.30pm.

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