moves songwriter's concert to bigger venue as tickets sell fast
Baptist Church is hosting a concert on the national tour of one
of the world's leading worship songwriters on Saturday 20th April
- and his popularity has already caused a change of plans.
The church is organising the Stuart Townend concert at Highbridge's
King Alfred School as they have already sold too many tickets
to fit everyone into their 160 seat church in the centre of Burnham.
Church spokeswoman Louise Whitrow told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "Stuart
Townend is one of todays leading worship songwriters. Songs
such as 'How deep the Fathers love', 'See what a morning'
and 'The power of the cross' are sung in churches around the world,
while the skill and depth of his lyric writing has drawn many
to compare him with the likes of Watts and Wesley at their best."
"His song 'In Christ Alone' also had the honour of being
chosen last month as one to be sung at the enthronement of the
new Archbishop of Canterbury."
With the bigger venue, tickets are still available. Seats cost
£10 and the concert starts at 7.30pm. Contact Louise at
Burnham Baptist Church on 01278 794057 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more details.