Norwich Community Gospel Choir sings in the city
It’s a really exciting time for Norwich Community Gospel Choir with new rehearsals starting and its first free ‘Sing in the City’ pop-up event taking place recently.
Norwich Community Gospel Choir (NCGC) director, Megan Rawling, said: “Our new Friday morning rehearsal has begun at Chapelfield Road Methodist Church and we have just had our first free ‘Sing in the City’ pop-up event outside the Forum.
“We’re gearing up not only for more of these over the summer, but also for our end-of-year concert in collaboration with a visiting youth choir at the end of July.
“Over the next 12 months we are set to be involved in one of our most interesting projects yet - seeking to revisit our purpose in a series of linked events and concerts throughout the year that are designed to simply ask, ‘what is the gospel’? Much more on this to follow.
“This is a fabulous time to join NCGC, with so much going on and in the pipeline,” said Megan. “We don’t audition and have no preconditions in terms of experience, faith background or musical ability. We’d love for anyone to come and join us as we build community, share faith and make music together.
“There are also tons of ways to support NCGC outside of singing too: we’re on the hunt for photographers, people who can pray for us, and we’d love to hear from churches who are interested in collaborating with us over the course of this next year - hosting concerts, services or community events, or who would simply be happy for us to drop into a church service to say hello.”
For further details about the work of NCGC, visit www.ncgc.org.uk, or drop a line to Megan Rawling, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pictured above is the NCGC performing Sing in the City outside the Forum in Norwich and, below, a choir rehearsal.