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😄 😄 😄 😄 E ARE LIVING!
This is a special post to the collection of Assembly-friendly songs on this blog, entitled ’Sing of God and Science’, written mainly for primary schools and groups working with children of those ages. It celebrates our going to Lambeth Palace TODAY for a reception of the latest round of grant recipients under the ’Scientists in Congregations’ programme - and we are one of them!
The grant is to enable us to work with the church schools in Ely Diocese (of the Church of England) to develop a songbook to be called by the same name as the collection referred to above. It is planned that it will have about 30 songs and a number of these will be written by schools themselves. We hope it will be available nationally later this year.
Some of the songs will be performed by schools at the Science Festival in Ely cathedral in May. They will then be videoed and put up on a dedicated You-Tube channel. I’ll keep you in the picture.
So to celebrate the day, here is a VERY simple song sung to the tune of ‘London’s Burning’ and will hopefully be manageable by very young children.
Let’s be thankful,
Let’s be thankful
For food ,
And clean water,
and clean water.
This introductory part collection of ‘Sing of God and Science’ songs can be found HERE