Sunday Worship: Genesis to Revelation

Presenter: Siku

Music: AINE & Huddersfield Singers (directed by Alexander Douglas)

  AINE  

AINE began life as an all-female gospel vocal ensemble in 2007, which is why it was given a specifically female name (from Ireland: "joy and peace")! It wasn't long before some gentlemen joined in and after a number of very successful performances AINE disbanded in 2010...only to reform in 2013 and (amongst other things) go on to be finalists in Gospel Choir of the Year (2014). More information here.

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Southbank - AINE & Croydon Youth Choir
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  Gospel in the Park 

  Tehillah  

Tehillah is a gospel choir where every member really does mean every word they sing, and we look forward to growing and becoming really, really good at what we do. For more information please click here!

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Gospel in the Park was the brainchild of Katie Musgrove who conceived of an event in which various gospel ensembles would gather together in an outside setting in Liverpool to celebrate this music. The success of the event owed much to the staff of the Sefton Park Palm House, who welcomed the project enthusiastically! Featuring a number of gospel artistes from the Northwest, it was another important example of ADMP’s ability to bring different audience constituencies together.

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 Community Gospel 

 Come & Sing Gospel 

  St Helens Gospel Choir 'Songs of Hope & Joy'  

We will be collaborating with St Helens Gospel Choir to develop a pilot choral project. From April to December 2016 we will be delivering a series of gospel music workshops for both the choir and the people of St Helens, composing new music and working towards a final performance in St Helens Parish Church.

 

Songs of Hope and Joy is a Heart of Glass Prototype Project - a programme of small and ambitious art projects produced by artists and communitites in St Helens, supported through Arts Council England's Creative People and Places programme.