Free Church Choirs – Guildford 2019

Festival of Church Music at Guildford Cathedral
Saturday 12 October 2019

The plans for our next Festival in Guildford Cathedral are well underway.

The theme of the service is Stewards of Creation and the anthems to be sung are:-
Jubilate Deo – Pamela Colverson
Give to our God immortal praise – Christopher Norton
This is my Father’s world – arr. Sally DeFord
For the beauty of the earth – David Blackwell
Creation – Andrew Winton
Jesus shall reign – Hatton  arr. Shaw
O Lamb of God – John Taverner
Look at the world – John Rutter
Day by day – Martin How
Now the day is over – Sidney J Suckling

We do hope that many of you will be able to join us either as part of a choir, or as an individual singer. The anthem books will be available from the middle of February

www.freechurchchoirs.org.uk

 

Organ Recitals at High Cross

The 10th season of lunchtime Organ Recitals in High Cross begins in June.

There are recitals on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of June, July and August at 12:45 until 13:30

See the High Cross website for details 

Jun 14     Geoff Tuson, Garrison Church, Aldershot
Jun 28    David Markby, High Cross
Jul 12     Andrew Bayley, St Michaels Church, Aldershot
Jul 26     Nikita Chekskin, Merton College, Oxford
Aug 9     John Wood, High Cross
Aug 23   Gillian Lloyd, Guildford URC

 

Christmas 2017 at Frimley Park Hospital

Wassail, Wassail All Over The Town! 

Surrey Heath Singers at Frimley Park Hospital on Christmas Eve, accompanied the Lady Mayor on a tour of the Wards, wassailing and singing Carols.

20180103 Lesley WP

Sylvia, Duncan and Madeleine lead a Group of carol singing volunteers on the Wards

20180103 Matthew Rita Joss WP

Jocelyn, Rita and Matthew accompany the Lady Mayor as she sets off around the Wards

20180103 Joss Rita Matthew baby WP

Rita, Jocelyn and Matthew sing in a Christmas arrival on the Delivery Ward

20180103 Pauline WP

John and Pauline lead another group around the Wards

20180103 Pauline trio WP

And there were mince pies and mulled wine when the wassailing was done