Come to a gig!
Sunday, 29 July 2018 - 5:30pm
Join us at Farm Street Church in Mayfair for the regular monthly service which features gospel music. This will be the last service of the summer at Farm Street as we will be taking a break in August and then returning to Farm Street in September at a new slot: the third Sunday of the month at 5
Sunday, 12 August 2018 - 6:00pm
Join us at St James's Church in Piccadilly for our last second-sunday-of-the-month service. From September we will be moving to the first Sunday of the month - 2nd September 2018.
Soul Sanctuary has 10 years' experience of providing music for a huge variety of musical projects, ranging from music for television to private functions, weddings, fundraising events, school-based projects, conferences and festivals. We can offer gospel singers, musicians, choir directors, even arrangers and composers. Contact us to find out more!
Weddings & events
We are proud of our personal, friendly and professional approach to providing music for all manner of events, from weddings to corporate functions.
With sessions at BBC Maida Vale and television soundtracks under our belts, we're used to studio recording. Book the whole choir for a full gospel studio sound, or just three singers for gospel-style backing vocals.
Our gospel singing workshops are led by our experienced, professional choir directors. They're suitable for all types of singer. Energising, uplifting and inspiring!
Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir was founded thirteen years ago on the premise that contemporary gospel music was the most exciting and Spirit-filled Christian music being written today.
Workshops & resources
Our 'toolkit' is a menu of resources designed to help churches set up their own home-grown gospel choirs. So if you have ever wondered about getting some gospel music going in your church, this toolkit is for you! Resources include gospel workshops, an online songbank, backing tracks and more. We don't just do workshops in church - we also deliver them in festivals, schools, and offices.
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