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"A wonderful, moving service."
"I felt too emotional to sing the hymns!"
"We could hear every word." "I felt very uplifted."
"A worthy opening to the real meaning of Easter." .............

These are just a few of the comments from people in the congregation on Sunday evening (13 March 2016) for Stainer's Crucifixion. This was an act of worship for Congregation and Choir. It was presented by the Circuit Choir together with the Choir of Tring Parish Church and friends from other local churches and choirs.

Worship Leader: Rev. Helen Kirk
Music Director: Cliff Brown
Tenor Solist: Chris Smith
Bass Soloist: Bob Davies
Organist: Derrick Matthews

The choirs repeated the performance at Tring Parish church on Palm Sunday evening.

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