Hymn Society of GB & Ireland
A vibrant workshop day on music for worship to be held from 10:00am to 4:00pm on Saturday 14th November 2020 at Stowmarket United Reformed Church, IP14 1AD.
God's people have always worshipped in music and song. Music has lifted our hearts, given space for lamentation, strengthened us in hardship, bound us together, and given us a voice to praise the living God.This is a day for worshippers, writers, musicians and worship leaders to engage with three practical aspects of music in worship. Come and learn from expert practitioners in their fields. Bring your own experience in worship and song.
Rev. Dr Janet Wootton, Executive President of the Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland
An opportunity to sing hymns and songs, celebrate the Christian heritage of the region, and honour some of our greatest hymnwriters and composers, including items reflecting the themes of our workshop sessions.
Admission: £15 (under 18s free)
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