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The Ghanaian Methodist Fellowship-UK Choir, whose members are from Methodist churches within the London District, performs at various events aimed at raising funds in support of charitable causes. It will be singing at our church in support of Karibuni Children, at 6.30 pm on Saturday 25th May 2019.

The Choir specialises in popular Methodist hymns, choruses and praise, both English and Ghanaian, led by their Choirmaster, Mr John Ntow and Organist, Mr Thomas Bilson. Come and enjoy an evening of song and fellowship while raising money for Karibuni Children, transforming the lives of children from 'the poorest of the poor' families and situations in Kenya.

Tickets: Adults £10 in advance (£12 on the door), Children (under 16) ½ price Family ticket (2 adults + 3 or more children) £32. Tickets available from Karibuni Office: 01296 614887 and Aylesbury Methodist Church office: 01296 426526

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