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01.04.2018: Choir Practice Dates for Chief Apostle Service

With much joy we look forward to our Chief Apostle serving us in Nottingham on 1st April 2018, and to celebrate Easter Sunday with him.

 

A combined UK choir will sing for this divine service, and all are invited to join. We would like to especially extend the invitation to those who do not currently sing in their congregation's choir. A combined UK orchestra will also play, led by Julian Abrahams.

 

For the choir, there will be two combined practices in each district, taking place in London Central for the South, Nottingham for the North, and Gloucester for the West. The practice dates are as follows:

 

• Saturday 27th January – London Central for South District – 3pm to 6pm

• Saturday 27th January – Nottingham for North District – 3pm to 6pm

• Saturday 27th January – Gloucester for West District– 3pm to 6pm

o Whole UK orchestra practice in Gloucester 11:30am to 2:30pm

• Saturday 24th February – London Central for South District– 3pm to 6pm

o Whole UK orchestra practice in London Central 11:30am to 2:30pm

• Saturday 24th February – Nottingham for North District– 3pm to 6pm

• Saturday 17th March – Gloucester for West District– 3pm to 6pm

• Saturday 31st March – Nottingham – whole UK choir– 3pm to 6pm

o Whole UK orchestra practice in Nottingham 11:30am to 2:30pm

 

I would like to encourage you to arrive early so that the practices can begin on time, and to bring your congregation hymnal and choir hymn collection to each practice.

 

On the day before the divine service, Saturday 31st March, there will be a final combined practice in Nottingham when we will sing as one choir for the first time, so please make every effort to attend.

 

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