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Singing Faith

Singing together is a primary act of worship and most of us have a handful of favorite hymns. But, how often do you really pay attention to what it is you’re singing about?

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Welsh vicar seeks to breathe new life into traditional hymns

Wales is a place renowned for its tradition of singing, but many of the old hymns aren’t heard much anymore. Inspired by a conversation with the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, The Rev Paul Bigmore, a Welsh priest, has written new words for old hymns in order to bring new life to the stirring music of traditional Welsh hymnody

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