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Music United is proud to sponsor another hymn competition for 2013! We’re looking for hymns or songs for Holy Week and/or the Easter season, based upon the “Jesus” section of A Song of Faith, The United Church of Canada’s most … Continue reading
From all of us on the Music United executive, thanks for a great weekend in Brandon! We really appreciate the passion you bring to your music ministry, and it was a joy to share time with you. So how did … Continue reading
Finally – a regional event for church musicians! Join us in Brandon, Manitoba, July 20-22, for a time of singing, community music, and workshops for musicians of all skill levels and experience. Fun for all! Details and registration information on … Continue reading
Music United and Moderator Mardi Tindal are delighted to announce the winners of the Moderator’s Earth Day Sacred Song Contest. Sharing first place are “It Is Good” by Carol Grolman of Garibaldi Highlands, BC, and “Give Back to the Earth” … Continue reading
“Vespers in the Valley” will grace the Northwood community ever 2nd and 4th Sundays at 4pm starting Sunday February 12th. Featuring amazing artists from the Vancouver-area jazz community, this is a great opportunity to soak in Spirit and spontaneity in … Continue reading
SingYourJoy, the new young adult choir in Victoria, held a fabulous first solo concert on December 2 at Oak Bay United Church and wowed the full house in attendance. The group will celebrate its first anniversary in February 2012, and … Continue reading
Are your church’s handbells collecting dust? A bell choir in Kelowna, British Columbia is looking for a used fifth octave of Schulmerich handbells to purchase, preferably not more than 20 or 25 years old. Contact Nikki Attwell at email@example.com if … Continue reading
Do you yearn for resources to help you make music in the church? Are you feeling like you have no support in your music ministry? Email your regional convenor, or send resource suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org