The Oriel Singers – Visit their website: http://www.orielsingers.org.uk
Cheltenham-based chamber choir with around twenty-eight members. Largely a capella choral music,
to exacting standards, covering many different styles: early and modern, sacred and secular, serious and light-hearted.
Music Festivals, Churches, Weddings.
Out of The Ashes – Visit their website: www.outoftheashesmusic.uk
Jazz, R & B and Blues with Gospel Roots. Sharing hope, joy and encouragement through ministry and music.
Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir – Visit their website: http://www.soulsanctuarygospel.com
Contact: email@example.com & 07982 441 536 (attn Miko Giedroyc, Manager)
Contemporary Gospel Choir of up to 33 singers, “Toolkit” of resources for those starting choirs (including directors and musicians for hire), groups of all sizes available for events, sessions, festivals, etc
Journey Through Conflict Visit their website: http://www.journeythroughconflict.org
Further details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Appearing in Festivals, churches and cathedrals throughout the UK. Through immersive performances we inspire journeys to a better life fusing art, story, music and culture. Founded by Maj-Gen (rtd) Andy Salmon CMG OBE.
London Community Gospel Choir Visit their website http://lcgc.org.uk
From humble beginnings in 1982, London Community Gospel Choir (LCGC) have gone on to
become Europe’s leading Gospel brand and one of the most in demand choirs across
continents of the world, creating a wall of soulful sound that is both memorable and
LCGC is the first point of call to support not just your high-end entertainment gatherings
but on the front line in support of global humanitarian causes such as Red Nose Day,
Remembrance Day, Cancer Research, Live 8, Amnesty International, World Aids Day through to
breaking Guinness World Records. Bazil Mead MBE, the founder and leader of LCGC said the vision continues to be a blending together of two
passions, music and faith. It’s this unique combination communicated through music that has touched multiple hundreds of thousands of fans hearts.
Homegrown Worship https://www.homegrownworship.com/
Homegrown Worship committed to unearthing and sharing brand new worship – a community that exists to share brand new worship songs every week: ‘We believe that as we go deeper in our personal devotion and share wider expressions of worship, we can lift the name of Jesus higher.’
In June 2018, we began releasing a song every single week from our Chief Enthusiast and Founder Andy Baker. Over the course of a year, Andy shared 52 new songs that had all come from his daily morning devotional routine and reading of scripture. Since then dozens of songwriters, artists and churches have signed up to join the grassroots worship revolution and share their own songs through Homegrown Worship.
Available for Worship events in churches, for festivals and Andy Baker leads workshops for worship song-writing.
Rev Dr Andrew Pratt Contact: email@example.com
Editor of the Bulletin of the Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland
Honorary Research Fellow, Luther King House, the Partnership for Theological Education
Chair of the Pratt Green Trust
Hymn writer (texts only) and poet runs workshops on writing hymns, sermons and liturgies.
He has lectured around the world and written on hymns and hymnody internationally and ecumenically.
Working as a Hymn Writer in Residence – eg. Science and the Language of Prayer –
https://bramhallmethodists.org.uk/scienceandprayer – writing hymns during seminars.
The Cotswold Community Group of the Northumbria Community
Contact: Bobbie: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reflective worship taking inspiration from the heart of Celtic Christian Spirituality –
‘following the Way, seeking the One who is present in the tangled- ness of our lives.’
Hear about some of the stories behind the songs based on folk tradition.
Simple liturgy rooted both in the ancient world and in the 21st Century,
opportunities to reflect in their prayer spaces.
Simeon Wood – Visit https://www.simeonwood.co.uk/
Simeon, Christian performer, is a multi-instrumentalist of dazzling versatility. His award winning show is packed full of great music, ranging from John Denver to The Proclaimers and from Henry Mancini to Saint Saens. There’s something for everyone.
Anecdotes and humour weave their way through this mix of beautiful music. A show presented in a light-hearted, informal and captivating way.