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In Concert Stuart Townend

In Concert Stuart Townend

Zoar Nov 13th 7pm.  Stuart is one of today’s leading worship songwriters. Hymns such as “In Christ alone”, “How deep the Father’s love” and “The power of the cross” are sung in churches around the world.  Stuart travels the UK and abroad, leading worship at events and performing concerts.  Stuart has numerous live albums, and ten solo albums, appearing regularly on the BBC’s popular Songs of Praise. He will be bringing his “Courage” tour to us on November 13th 7pm at Zoar Tickets are £12.




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