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Chip 'n' Hymn - Wed. 26th July at 6.15 pm

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Chip 'n' Hymn on Wednesday 26th July at 6.15 pm

Our next Chip 'n' Hymn evening will include some of our favourite hymns including some with tunes by George Glover who was choirmaster at our church for 45 years until he retired in 1938; all part of our celebrations for the 150th Anniversary of the building of the Chapel.

The hymns will be followed by Chip butties. Everyone is welcome. This is an informal time of praise to God as we give thanks for our heritage in music.

This event will take place in the Chapel.

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