An Evening To Praise with the Good News Singers

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The 'Good News Singers' have always been a firm favourite when making their annual visit to Tarvin Methodist Church each Autumn. This year, however, we are fortunate in having an extra visit from this talented choir, who have been asked to put on one of their famed 'Praise Services' as a part of the visit of a group of Americans who are on a 'Castles, Cathedrals and Choirs' tour of the U.K.

The group is being led by Rev Richard Evans, who was formerly Minister in Rossett before he returned to America. Now he has brought some of his parishioners from the Jacksonville Presbyterian Church in Oregon, to see and hear some of the wonderful sights and sounds in Britain and the 'Good News Singers' are amongst the best.

The evening will be entirely free, so do come, enjoy, and perhaps join in, with a tremendous choir singing
their hearts out! The event starts at 7.30 pm at Tarvin Methodist Church on Monday 9th May 2016. Light refreshments available

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