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Trinity Episcopal Church
Ross Van Zandt
The Canterbury Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys of Canterbury, England performed at University Christian Church Thursday. UCC and Trinity Episcopal Church partnered to co-host the concert performed by part of the 42-member choir in the UCC sanctuary. The concert at UCC was one of nine stops on Canterbury Choir’s April tour across the nation. The choir will continue its tour along the West Coast, through California, Oregon and Washington.
Mugamba Wilkins is not the average 10-year-old boy. As a chorister for the Canterbury Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys, Wilkins along with the 30 boys and 12 professional singers form the prestigious English choir, whose voices grace the cathedral and all the places they travel to around the world. The choir performed at University Christian Church on Thursday as part of its national tour.
The Canterbury Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys of Canterbury, England will return to Fort Worth for a performance Thursday. University Christian Church and Trinity Episcopal Church have partnered to co-host a concert by the choir in the UCC sanctuary. The 90-minute performance will include a number of traditional masterpiece choral works.
Those who walked in Trinity Episcopal Church’s doors on Tuesday night were greeted with colorful beads and the aroma of an assortment of foods, as part of the church’s Mardi Gras celebration. Each year church members celebrate the last night before the beginning of Lent with live music, entertainment and an array of foods from red beans and rice to King’s cakes.