Singing Hymns Again For the First Time!
Tired of some of the outmoded hymns with their dubious theology? Unimpressed with some of the happy-clappy songs on offer? You enjoy a good tune and an inspirational hymn? Well this day is for you! The day starts with PCN’s annual meeting.
- Start Date: Saturday 17th March 2018
- Start Time: 11:00AM
- Location: St Andrew and St George URC Bolton BL1 2BS
- Contact: Sarah Guilfoyle
- Phone: 01594 516528
- Speakers: Inspired by PCN members, under the musical direction of Andy Thomas and Ann Padget
- Host: PCN Britain
- Cost: Free
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Under the guidance of two experienced musicians we shall hear and enjoy singing a selection of songs and hymns and sharing some theological reflection which will give us fresh hope! Andy Thomas was a member of St Marks Broomhill where he was Director of Music before taking up the same role at St Johns Waterloo in London. Andy is a talented organist and also a superb choir teacher. Anne Padget is a trained singer and dramatist, a reader at St Marks Broomhill and now teaches choirs full time.
During the AGM we will be electing new Trustees. Any PCN member can stand for election and if this is something in which you would be interested you can find more information and the nomination form here.
Programme for the Day
Arrive anytime from 10.30 am with time to have a coffee and meet friends in this lovely refurbished church.
11.00 am Welcome and the AGM of PCN Britain
Papers for the AGM, including nomination of trustees, will be sent to members from the office
12 noon – 1.00 pm SINGING HYMNS AGAIN FOR THE FIRST TIME
Led by PCN members and under the musical direction of Anne and Andy, there will be some opening hymns/songs followed by small group breakout with a chance to share knowledge and experiences of good and bad hymns
1 00pm – 1.45 pm Lunch
Bring your own lunch or slip out for a sandwich. Drinks available
1.45pm – 3.00 pm HYMNS FOR A PROGRESSIVE FAITH
Singing and reflecting upon hymns and songs around the themes of God, Jesus, Peace, Justice, Creation, Work, World Faiths, Illness, Life and Death and whatever else you might suggest!
3.00pm FINAL REFLECTIONS
An opportunity to ask questions or make comments on the day or about PCN more generally.