Why we sing!

We are currently thinking about our vision at Hull Minster, ‘Your Place: to Worship, Enjoy, Explore and Belong’.

This sermon was preached in the morning services as part of our Worship, Enjoy, Explore and Belong Vision Sermon Series by our curate, Reverend Eve Ridgeway. In this sermon Rev Eve explore why Christians sing and offer music in worship when we gather together.

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Sell-out shows make Holy Trinity a Freedom Festival hit

Holy Trinity’s growing reputation as a unique and atmospheric events venue was given a major boost as it hosted a highlight of the Freedom Festival, Hull’s premier cultural event.

The church was the majestic setting for two sell-out performances of Tubular Bells For Two, a ground-breaking reworking of Mike Oldfield's multi-layered masterpiece...

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16th century Spanish music in a 13th century church

Holy Trinity is delighted to be hosting The Sixteen this October as they tour the country with their choral pilgrimage of 16th Century Spanish music. 

The Sixteen takes a trip back to 16th-century Spain and more specifically to one of the biggest, richest and most cosmopolitan cities on earth - Seville. It was during this Spanish ‘golden age’ when arts and culture flourished.

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