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CHOIR and MUSIC GROUPS


Music Coordinator: Anne Pretorius - 426 6457
Happily the parish is endowed with a lively music ministry. A bit like the jazz music field many of our musicians are involved in more than one group. We try to ensure that all our weekend masses are enhanced with music.
A planned roster is maintained by Anne. All are invited to join one or more of the following groups or form your own group:-

Fransen Family:


This largely family based group of singers and musicians are under the leadership of Mike and Clare Fransen.

St John’s Ensemble:


A mix of talent under the leadership of Eileen Barrington.

The Gals:


Female group under the leadership of Anne Pretorius.

Tom & Truus Duo:


Singers Tom Sellmeyer & Truus Tinsel.

De La Fuente Group:


Mixed group of musicians under the leadership of Mike de la Fuente.

“Singing Bees”:


Mixed group of musicians under the leadership of Ronald Bate and Myla Nacario.

Organists/Pianists include:


Eileen Barrington - 427 5228
Mike McCarthy - 426 9533
Cathy Roberts - 426 2343
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And let us consider how we may spur one another toward love and good deeds. Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another.
Hebrews 10:24-25




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