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Stainer's 'The Crucifixion'

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AMC Crucifixion

Next Sunday evening's 6pm circuit service will be The Crucifixion by John Stainer. This is an act of worship for Congregation and Choir depicting the events leading up to Christ's death upon the cross. It will be led Rev. Helen Kirk and presented by the Circuit Choir together with the Choir of Tring Parish Church and friends from other local churches and choirs under the direction of Cliff Brown. Everyone is welcome and refreshments will be served in the hall after the service.

This 13th March service will be repeated on 20th March at Sts. Peter and Paul, Tring at 6.30pm.

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