The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Jane Richards: September 2015
TATTENHALL'S TOP TEN FAVOURITE HYMNS
A JOYFUL NOISE INDEED!
If someone told you that they had had a great time in St Alban's Church on Sunday you might be forgiven for thinking them a little strange but actually I am that person! I along with many others really enjoyed the wonderful celebration of song and Birthday Bell Towers!! A mass turn out ensured that the singing was fabulous and uplifting. Everyone enjoyed wine and sandwiches afterwards and although it was a shame to cut into the fantastic replica Bell Tower Cake, made by Eileen White, we were glad she did because it was delicious. A fabulous firework display rounded off the evening which culminated in a blaze of 500; and when the Bell Tower and Church were bathed in light the evening was complete. Add that lot to the incredible moon it is easy to say "I had a great time in St Alban's Church on Sunday"!!
TATTENHALL'S TOP TEN FAVOURITE HYMNS WERE:
In Reverse Order
10 Be Still for the presence of the Lord
9 Lord of the Dance
8 The Day Thou Gavest Lord Has Ended
7 The Lord is my Shepherd
6 We plough the Fields and Scatter
5 Abide With Me
TOP THREE FAVOURITE HYMNS
3 How Great Thou Art
2 Amazing Grace
1 ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL
A detailed write up of this event will be issued in November's Parish Magazine.
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