Ecumenical Choir

 AN ECUMENICAL CHOIR OF 50 SINGERS
SOPRANOS, ALTOS, TENORS, BASSES 

from 23 churches and five denominations
(Catholic, Anglican, Baptist, Methodist and Pentecostal)
came together to sing the

Hallelujah Chorus  - no question
and to lead the congregation in song at Northampton Cathedral
for the Celebration of Ecumenism on Wednesday 21st January 2015
  • Before the service
    Before the service
  • Tuesday's practice on the sanctuary
    Tuesday's practice on the sanctuary
  • Sopranos rehearse with Teresa
    Sopranos rehearse with Teresa
  • Altos, tenors & basses
    Altos, tenors & basses
  • Sopranos in full voice!
    Sopranos in full voice!
  • Sopranos having a break
    Sopranos having a break
  • Basses in deep thought!
    Basses in deep thought!
  • Choir, Bishops and guests
    Choir, Bishops and guests

Photos by Tony AllenMUSIC LIST:
All are Welcome, Marty Haugen
There is one Lord, one faith, one Baptism, Taizé
Laudate Dominum, Taizé
Diverse in culture, nation, race, Ruth Duck, tune Tallis’ Canon
Thy hand, O God has guided, E.H.Plumptre, tune Thornbury
Hallelujah Chorus, G.F.Handel

WHY 50 SINGERS?
This celebration was created to mark the 50 years since Vatican II and the start of the ecumenical journey in the Catholic church.
More than 50 years ago, this evening would not have been possible!

Read a full report with more photos here

“Ecumenical Choir wants an Encore!”
Reflection of the Month from CTE website here

Link to ECUMENICAL EVENTS page

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