Just Sing! Choir – New Video

The church’s Community Choir, Just Sing!, has had a short documentary video made. It includes footage from rehearsals and a concert, but also interviews with members of the choir about what singing means to them. We are really pleased with it. It can be viewed on YouTube at Just Sing! Video If you want to see more of the choir in performance you can see … Continue reading Just Sing! Choir – New Video

Carol Service – 11 December 2017

On Monday 11 December at 19.00 we will be holding our annual Carol Concert to support the excellent work of Beaumond House hospice here in Newark. The concert will feature carols to sing along with , seasonal readings of various types and a performance of several pieces of Christmas music by Just Sing! Newark’s community choir. Following requests last year there will be more opportunity to join … Continue reading Carol Service – 11 December 2017

Just Sing! Concert

  On Saturday 28 October 2106 Just Sing! will be presenting a concert in the church at 19.30. We will sing a wide range of songs in various styles, mainly traditional in nature but including one glorious Mozart piece. £5 entry including light refreshments. We’d love to see as many people as possible there to hear how we’re sounding now, two years after the choir … Continue reading Just Sing! Concert

Radio Newark – Just Sing!

Peter Higgins, Choir Director, and Ruth Rush, Secretary of the Organising Group, were interviewed on Radio Newark recently. Hear what they have to say about the choir, and listen to the choir sing 3 songs, by clicking on the logo below. The choir were in excellent voice. The next choir rehearsal is Saturday 02 July, following which we will be taking our summer break. We’ll … Continue reading Radio Newark – Just Sing!

Film Club

At January’s Film Club we talked about ‘Friendly Persuasion’ a film from 1956 starring Gary Cooper and Dorothy McGuire. Set in the American Civil War the film explores the reaction of Quakers (who are pacifists) to the war – which is getting ever closer to them. Would their principles hold firm as their friends neighbours and family are threated by the enemy forces?  You’ll need … Continue reading Film Club