GCGC is a community gospel choir based in Godalming. We sing a range of contemporary and traditional gospel music by UK and US artists under the direction of the amazing Hermione Thomas.
We are a true community choir, open to all. Our choir members come from all walks of life, faith and non-faith.
GCGC normally meets from 7.30pm — 9.30pm on Monday evenings, during term-time, in the Octagon at the Church of St Peter and St Paul in Godalming. During the Covid-19 pandemic, we are continuing to meet online on Zoom on Monday evenings from 7.30pm to 9.00pm.
Next term Hermione is on maternity leave and we're delighted to have Marsha Morrison, the Musical Director of Lewes Sings Gospel and a member of The Kingdom Choir leading our rehearsals. Marsha is an extremely accomplished performer, arranger, conductor and coach and will bring all her experience to her work with GCGC.
In July, we were thrilled to make our first recording! You can watch and listen to our version of I Smile by Kirk Franklin on the GCGC channel on YouTube.
Prospective members are invited to join us at our first meeting of next term on Monday 7 September. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place. For more information about GCGC, please visit our website at www.gcgc.org.uk
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