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Dear Brothers and Sisters,

In Great Britain, as in so many places of the world, we are experiencing challenging times as our country attempts to deal with Covid-19 / Coronavirus. As many in Great Britain are now experiencing social distancing, with churches and social areas all closed, we at NMCGB are attempting to provide a way for people to come together in worship and song. We are doing this through a Virtual Church Choir. Through online rehearsal videos & live streaming rehearsals we will be able to sing together. Members will then be invited to film themselves singing their part, and we will then mix everyone's voices together to create a virtual choir. A virtual Church Choir, made up of Methodists and Christians from across the World.

Whilst the original idea was born from the circumstances we find ourselves in, in Great Britain, we are so very aware that so many other countries are experiencing similar challenges to health, well-being and social distancing. Therefore, I would love to invite Methodists in your country to join together with their Brothers and Sisters in Christ in the UK, to lift our voices in worship together, as one. If you feel this is appropriate, I would be grateful if you would share details of the Virtual Church Choir with members of your church family.

You can find details on Facebook, YouTube, and on the website, www.nmcgb.org.

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Our love and prayers are with you, and all those dealing with the consequences of Covid-19.

Yours in Christ,

Matt

Matt Beckingham
Artistic Director
National Methodist Choir of Great Britain.

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