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Together 2020 Spotify Playlist

We now have 52 Partner Churches signed up for Together 2020. They span all four boroughs of our region and 9 different denominations, not to mention numerous free churches, all with their own styles and backgrounds.

In order to cater for such diversity, our worship team on the night will be made up of people from all over the Black Country, from various denominational backgrounds.

The types of songs we’ll be singing together will also reflect the diversity of the types of churches present. In order to ensure that everyone can join in with gusto, we’ve put together a playlist on Spotify that includes many of the songs we’ll be singing on the night. It’s not an exhaustive list and we can’t guarantee that every song will be sung, but it’ll give you a good taster of the types and flavour of the worship we’ll be sharing together on the night.

Together 2020 Spotify Playlist

If you’re a Spotify user, please “like” or “follow” the playlist and have fun singing along between now and 4th Jan!

 




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