I hope that you all have had a really good weekend after our rather good rehearsal on Thursday. We do not have many rehearsals left until we break up for the Christmas holidays, however, that does not mean that we do not have an action-packed programme of activities until Christmas itself. It’ll be good to see you all at some point between now and when we break up for Christmas, full details of what we have planned are below and on the website: www.salcombegospelchoir.co.uk which is a one stop shop for everything that you need, if there is anything missing please do let me know. See you on Thursday.
Message from Caroline
Last week (23/11) was pretty hard work but we made our way successfully through some tricky sections of 'Higher and Higher' and 'Blessing in the Storm' and they are both sounding great. 'You’re King and you Reign' is coming together too, so well done everyone.
This coming week we’re going to work on those three tunes to get them right up to performance level and we’re also going to look at the Callington arrangement of ‘Let it Be’ which many of us really enjoyed learning at the workshop. If we have time we’ll remind ourselves of the lovely carol ‘The Angels Came’ as we haven’t many rehearsals left before Christmas.
Don’t forget - those of you who would like to try a solo verse on ‘Higher and Higher’ - please come along for 7pm, even if you haven’t put your hand up yet!!
Read more: SCGC News 27/11/17
It is always great to see so many of us at Gospel Choir led Evensong, it is usually always such an informative and worthwhile service to go. Some of you have remarked that when you leave something has always stuck with you, whether that be from the talk, or the worship or the prayer moment. If you have not had a chance to get along to a gospel choir led evensong, held on the 3rd Sunday of the month at 6:30pm in Salcombe Church. We now only have 4 more Thursday sessions before we break up for Christmas and we have a few things coming up before Christmas. As always, this newsletter and the others will be available on the website, which is a one stop shop for everything you need, if you spot anything not quite right please do let me know. www.salcombegospelchoir.co.uk
Read more: SCGC Newsletter 20/11/17