Shaun Lambert , Mike Leigh

This is an online-only event.

Singing is one of the great gifts of God to humanity and through singing together we can become mindful of not only our relationship with God, but of ways to build community. How amazing that even in these times when we cannot sing together in one space, the power of technology enables us to connect and discover that we can still sing and we can still experience community.

Come and join our in-house team of Mike Leigh and Shaun Lambert as they explore the relationship between mindfulness and singing and discover the way singing can help us be attentive to God, ourselves and one another.

Please note – you do not need to read music or be experienced (or even tuneful) singers to take part in this weekend – we offer this weekend to anyone who would like to join in. No audition required – all are welcome!

Sessions:

Friday eve: 7pm – 8pm

Saturday: 10am – 11am/ 12noon – 1pm/ 4pm – 5pm

Sunday: 12 noon

A ticket covers one device to connect and is not per person, for example, if two of you share a laptop, you just need one ticket. The sessions will be recorded on Zoom and be available to view for 2 weeks after the event.

If you would like to join this conference but the cost of the ticket is a difficulty for you, then contact Phil in confidence about a bursary to help with the cost.

Bookings for this event will close on Thursday 18th March at 14:00. If you book on to this event, you will receive an email from us by 18:00 on Thursday 18th March with further details of the event including the Zoom links.

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