The Kingdom Choir believe that there is no faith without action, and so are excited to support social and charitable causes, helping to raise awareness and shine a light on significant issues of international, national and regional interest. These causes have included Amnesty International, Bishop Desmond Tutu’s PEN for political prisoners, and The Modern Slavery Garden’s work against modern slavery.
Here are a few reflections of the impact of the choirs invlovement at various events:
‘Your performance at Stephen’s Memorial Service was beautiful and inspirational. We would like to thank everyone in the Kingdom Choir for supporting the work that the trust has embarked upon…’
Administrator, The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust
‘[You] gave us such a lovely time here at the Richard Attenborough Centre. Thank-you. The workshop was well paced, illuminating, well structured and clearly taught. Most of all it was a joyous occasion. I had a girl who is partially deaf ask me to find her a singing teacher.’
Organising Tutor for Music, The Richard Attenborough Centre for Disability and the Arts
‘I thought the choir were wonderful and made a huge difference to the quality and the power of the evening’s events. You all sang and performed to a very high standard indeed and with a forceful and moving commitment which touched everyone there…everyone I have spoken to has commented on how well you all sang and what a powerful contribution you made.
Director, Christian Action and Response In Society (CARIS)
‘Thank you so much for taking part again in the VSO Christmas Concert. The evening was a great success and the audience once again loved you!