"Born in song, God's people have always been singing"
In this time of closed buildings, social distancing and finding new ways to worship, we have been delighted to bring you The Big Church Sing — a collaboration of the National Methodist Choir (led by Matt Beckingham) and All We Can, hosted by The Methodist Church.
During this time of Coronavirus, we are gathering together online, to sing our praises to God, to offer a time of worship, and to commit to make a difference for some of the world's poorest communities during this time of Coronavirus. Since our Easter Sunday launch, we have brought you acclaimed musicians, artists and choirs like Libera, London Community Gospel Choir, Celtic Worship, Graham Kendrick, Lucy Grimble, Lou Fellingham, Jennifer Kamikazi, OneSound, and the 1,400 people National Methodist Choir, all performing to raise funds for All We Can's Emergency Coronavirus Appeal.
It's back — Easter Sunday!
Are you and your church ready for The Big Church Sing Easter Special? At 4pm on Sunday April 2021 — Easter Sunday, you can be part of The Big Church Sing Easter Special and raise your voices along with incredible musicians like Graham Kendrick, Keith and Kristyn Getty, Noel Robinson, Celtic Worship and our very own National Methodist Choir. All performing to support All We Can's work with people in some of the world's most vulnerable communities.
Join in as we re-tell the Easter story and celebrate resurrection together — with contributions from CBeebies actor Joanna Adyinka Burford and Wakefield Methodist School — you won't want to miss it!
Date: Sunday 4 April 2021 (Easter Sunday)
Where: YouTube — The Methodist Church of Great Britain
Immediately afterwards (at around 5pm), join us live on All We Can's Facebook and YouTube pages for the BIG Easter Sunday Party LIVE! There will be fun, laughter, games, and bring your own snacks as we celebrate the good news of Easter together.
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