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Lift Up Your Voices, Lift Up Your Hearts: RSCM and Church Times webinar

First broadcast Tuesday 18 May

A reboot webinar from RSCM and the Church Times. Purchase a ticket below to access the event recording.

 

Programme

10am   Same old same old? Or fresh growth?
A consideration of how congregational singing could come back stronger after the pandemic, with a restart of more participative worship. 'I know what I like, and I like what I know'…but what happens when others think the same but about different music for worship? With John Bell, Dr Noël Tredinnick, Anne Harrison and Miles Quick, chaired by Revd Canon Sal McDougall.

 

11am   What next for choirs?
Facing the retention and recruitment challenges for choirs, and looking ahead to new possibilities. A solution to bridging the gap between schools and churches – introducing Hymnpact! With Hugh Morris, Tim Williams, Steven Maxson and Gill Fourie.

 

12pm   Grasping the nettle – ‘help, I’m not a musician’
Training taster sessions for clergy. With Revd Helen Bent, Revd Canon Sal McDougall, and Revd Kimberly Bohan.

 

2pm   Introducing the Revised English Hymnal
With a session on how to make the best use of Sunday by Sunday. With Revd Dr Gordon Giles and Revd Canon Martin Draper.

 

3pm   One License: your questions answered
Join a live FAQ with Brenna Cronin.

  

Book tickets

Tickets are £20, or £10 for Church Times subscribers and RSCM members. 

A link to watch the webinar recording will be included with your ticket.

 

Questions? Contact events@hymnsam.co.uk.

 

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