Growing Together in St Chrysostom’s Church

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My choir sang in support of the HEAP/Growing Together project last night in St Chrysostom’s Church. The first time I stepped into the church I felt its energy, lovely. Must either be an ancient site or they do good prayer there! We were one of 4 acts:
Degung Manchung, a gamelan ensemble – haunting music; WAST a women asylum seekers choir such energy and moving words; and Wangari a women drumming group that really hit the spot.
We were last on but raised our game. A great audience that filled the church. Friends it was an antidote to the election. I saw various people from other parts of my life there. This was a community. My choir sang happy birthday to an amazing 92 year old woman. One of our best ever gigs.

William West

About Manchester Community Choir

Manchester Community Choir exists to bring together and to encourage people from all sections of the community to sing together and share the joy of song.
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