By Adrian Leighton - 29th May 2012 7:07am
All would be very welcome to join us for a special "Songs of Praise for the Jubilee" on Sunday at 6.30p.m. at St. James Church.
For those who can remember gathering round their 12" (or if lucky 14") TV to watch the Coronation Service, you will be taken back to that moment by some of the hymns and musical items included in this service.
If you aren't lucky enough to be that old, here is a chance to to hear and join in with the hymns that were sung.
As well as hymns, the Audlem Voices with also be adding some authentic touches to the proceedings, including the singing of "Zadok the Priest".
So make a date to join us for this wonderful festival and Jubilee occasion.
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