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AMC Noel & Tricia gig

They are back! As part of their April UK tour, singer/songwriter Noel Richard and his wife Tricia make a welcome return to our church this Friday, starting at 7pm.

Noel has 17 hymns and songs in the top 500 Church Copyright Listings Index. Involved in the worldwide Christian worship movement since the 1970s, he has toured in 35 countries.

"An Evening with Noel & Tricia Richards" will feature their newest songs, classic material and conversation about life, love, friendship and spirituality, in an intimate acoustic setting.

Tickets are £5 with children free and are available on the door, or in advance from Rev. Steve Watts (telephone 01296 747892 or 07940 882886) or from the church office any morning this week.

For more information about Noel click here.

For the Noel and Tricia website, click here.

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