Tag: music

LIFE Vision Party

Food, drink, dancing, singing, storytelling, sports, games, face painting, plus much more…   Life Vision Party – More information coming soon! For all in our worshiping communities (churches, chaplaincies, freshContinue reading

CELEBRATE: Tetbury

New For All the Family. Explore best-loved Bible stories and ask questions, big and little. Enjoy time together with crafts, chatting, learning iSingPOP songs and prayers. We finish with teatimeContinue reading

CELEBRATE: Tetbury

New For All the Family. Explore best-loved Bible stories and ask questions, big and little. Enjoy time together with crafts, chatting, learning iSingPOP songs and prayers. We finish with teatimeContinue reading

CELEBRATE: Tetbury

New For All the Family. Explore best-loved Bible stories and ask questions, big and little. Enjoy time together with crafts, chatting, learning iSingPOP songs and prayers. We finish with teatimeContinue reading

Faith in the Arts

Do the arts bring people into your church? Does the local choir or drama club rehearse there? Do you host art exhibitions – or would you like to? If so,Continue reading

CELEBRATE: Tetbury

You are invited to CELEBRATE! New For All the Family. Explore best-loved Bible stories and ask questions, big and little. Enjoy time together with crafts, chatting, learning iSingPOP songs andContinue reading

RSCM: Strengthen for Service

A three-day course for worship leaders, both lay and ordained, which provides practical guidance on managing, maintaining and developing parish music. No specific musical expertise is required. Dates for 2019 Salisbury (Sarum College)Continue reading

Vaughan Williams Festival

2018 marks the 60th anniversary of the death of one of England’s finest composers, Ralph Vaughan Williams. To commemorate and celebrate the life of this extraordinary musician the Vaughan WilliamsContinue reading

Musica Deo Sacra

A festival celebrating music in the liturgy at Tewkesbury Abbey The Musica Deo Sacra Choir Festival Directo: Carleton Etherington Organist: Paul Walton