Gloucester and District Christian Choir


2013 Choir Photo

Gloucester & District Christian Choir 

We are an ecumenical christian choir with members drawn from many different churches and denominations.  We are not a classical choir - we sing all kinds of modern songs and music, all with an underlying Christian message.

Have you ever thought about joining a choir?  Have you ever been told you cannot sing but you would love to have a go?  Come and see the Gloucester and District Christian Choir and see if it is what you are looking for  – No auditions – you do not have to be able to read music – just turn up any Monday night and join in.  You will be made very welcome.

The choir practises on Monday nights (except for Bank Holidays or are at a performance) at St Marys Congregational Church (which can be found on the corner of Pitt Street and Archdeacon Street) from 7.45 to 9.30 pm.

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This year is our 10th Anniversary and in celebration we held a weekend pilgrimage in September at the "Rock of Ages". Since we spent last year preparing and performing "Rock" by Roger Jones, it seemed very fitting that we visit the cleft in the Rock that inspired Augustus Toplady to write the Hymn "Rock of Ages cleft for me".









The historic moment as Pamela, Jackie and Frank discover the Cleft in the Rock. It was very emotional.