An Evening of Moody & Sankey


Moody and Sankey



The Inverness & District Steadfast Association are holding a Charity event in -


Crown Church, Inverness


Friday 16th January




Come along and enjoy an evening of story and song about the life and music of MOODY & SANKEY under the guidance of Stuart Frizell. Join us in singing some of the well known and loved Moody & Sankey hymns


There is no charge for admission but we would appreciate donations which will be given entirely to the Highland Hospice and the Maggies Centre.


Coffee, Tea and biscuits in the hall after the singing, finishing around 9:30pm




Stedfast Associations are closely associated with The Boys' Brigade, founded in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1883 by Sir William Smith.

They exist in various locations in different parts of the world as a means by which former members (Officers and Boys) of the Brigade, their wives or husbands, and friends/current members of the movement can have a means of social contact with each other. At the same time, there is the opportunity to keep in touch with what is happening in the Brigade, and often to provide informal assistance & maintain links to the local units (Companies or Battalions) of the Brigade.

Eric Halkett, 30/12/2008

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