Asaph Christian Trust Registered Charity No.1063188
Trustees: Richard Carver, Roger Staton, Alan Craig, Peter Hutchinson & Malcolm Drummond
Who we are and what we do.
An aim of the Asaph Christian Trust is to provide churches with excellent musical events that can be used as part of their outreach. Events can vary from a couple of musicians giving a musical afternoon for seniors groups, through themed concerts for a variety of ensembles, to much larger concerts utilising orchestral and choral resources.
Churches served through this ministry have varied from small to large, ranging across the denominational spectrum with Churches Together Groups and Local Ecumenical Projects finding these concerts an ideal resource. The trust has also developed key partnerships with groups of churches abroad, concentrating at present on work in Normandy, France, North Wales
and in Western Asia.
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or would like more information in general please contact David Hooke
“Many people were able to bring along friends, who appreciated the occasion. This was the very first time that we as a church have put this type of tea and concert on and we have been overwhelmed with the very positive feed back from many, many people thanking us for a wow afternoon, a lovely friendly atmosphere, a great tea and beautifully executed music with a fine selection of pieces sung and played beautifully and with a gospel message.”
Mike Horne – Church Warden, Holy Trinity, Frogmore
The Asaph Christian Trust
The ‘Remembrance Concert’ held at our church was both inspiring and entertaining.
The feedback from those attending was very positive, both church members and friends invited along appreciated the sensitive atmosphere.
The music, professionally performed, was varied, giving enjoyment for all attending
with particular emphasis on the lovely singers.
The Asaph Ensemble is highly recommended to all – you won’t be disappointed!
Derek Jones – Poulner Baptist Chapel, Ringwood
comments following the recent Asaph Remembrance concerts
comments following an Asaph concert at Easter
for up to
Soprano, Solo Instrument and
for Violin, Flute,