Joyful Noise say 'goodbye'

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Kristin was instrumental in the set up of our choir which was originally called "Tone Deaf" However, mainly due to her patience and tolerance, alongside her exceptional musical skills we have progressed to making a "Joyful noise". Our ethos is to promote Christ and His love through song and we have taken short services into nursing homes and performed at several Chapel Anniversaries. We do not charge a fee, as we believe that "All are welcome" and are always looking for new members. As Kristin leaves for London, the choir presented her with a Pandora bracelet, complete with treble clef charm and we enjoyed coffee and cake (as we do at all our rehearsals, though not usually with such a special cake. Kristin and her musical ability will be missed.....but hopefully not our jambe! (she keeps threatening to take it with her)

Ellie Peet
Methodist Layworker
Barnsley South Church

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