Research has shown that singing makes you happy. It’s an aerobic activity and a natural stress-reducer.
To that end, John Langille, choir director for Trinity United Church, is inviting singers to join their lively, social church choir.
Practices have started. They meet each Wednesday at 7 pm in Trinity’s sanctuary, and take a leading role in the Sunday morning worship services at 10 am. It is the hope of Trinity’s Choir that new members join and share in this joyful and thoughtful opportunity.
The volunteer choir is made up of 25-plus members. “The choir is a unique opportunity to use your vocal gifts,” says Langille. “Your music ministers to souls which may be hurting from loss, depression, loneliness and a host of other issues.”
What makes Trinity’s choir special are the deep bonds of friendship formed through the years. People truly care for not only one another, but for the people their music is affecting. It is a very lovely group.John Langille, Choir director
“Come and let your song make an impact,” encourages Langille.
John Langille is from Nova Scotia and has been organist and director for 20 years. He is keen to keep singing fun and at the same time make a difference. To him, music is not a job but a ministry of compassion and caring.
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