Tarvin Methodist Church "Praise & Puds".

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There is something evocative about the sound of a brass band playing well-known hymns. Somehow it takes one back to an earlier time: a time before everyone could have entertainment supplied to a gadget in their hand, when everyone sang hymns in school assembly, a time when everything seemed simpler, less frantic, more immediate and more personal.
Some of us can remember when it was the done thing for everyone (however tone-deaf or vocally challenged they might be) to join in as part of a group and sing well-known tunes and old favourites.

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Quite simply, that memory is what we are setting out to recreate when Tarvin Methodist Church is visited by the Band and Songsters of Chester Salvation Army. Half-a-dozen folk have chosen their favourite hymns and are going to talk about the particular importance of the hymn to them. Then everyone will join the band and enjoy a good sing.

And to follow, there'll be puddings for everyone, giving a real example of singing for your supper!
Everyone is welcome and there will be no charge — just a collection to help the excellent work done by the Salvation Army. It promises to be a wonderful evening. Do come and join us — help us raise the roof and enjoy the puddings!

So everyone is welcome on Monday 18th September 2017 at 7.30 pm

Admission free - Retiring collection for the work of the Salvation Army

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