A Concert of Hope with Walton Churches Together

On Saturday 30th January Jo Boyce and the talented Collective head up to Liverpool once again, for a concert to celebrate the end of the Walton festival of HOPE. The concert will mark the end of series of events throughout January 2016 hosted by the Churches Together in Walton and Alsop High School.


The aim of this wonderful ecumenical initiative, is to focus on our hope in Christ, praying for the community, telling stories of life together and hearing the stories of inspirational people.

The concert will be an evening of celebration and thanksgiving and we really hope and pray that it will be a great blessing to the whole community.

Saturday 30 January 7:00pm
St Luke the Evangelist Church

Goodison Road, Walton

TICKETS: £5.00 in advance if booked online via Eventbrite

£6.50 on the door.

Parking is on the street around church – the ‘residents only’ restrictions are only enforced on match days. Please park anywhere you can find a space. 


We’d love to hear from you in the comments below…

2 thoughts on “A Concert of Hope with Walton Churches Together

  1. Hi Jo and the Team,
    I had a fantastic evening of faith filled music last night. It was brilliant. All my favourite songs of yours (from your recordings and the psalms you write). It was brilliant to hear most probably my all time favourites of your My Soul glorifies the Lord, with May your Love be upon me, to your most recent CD In God Alone. I Think your psalm settings are fantastic, (keep up the good work). It was truly a joyous celebration of your talent and composition skills. I know I ask for the psalms to be set o music, but you do it so well what an I say. The overview of the evening for me was that it was brilliant to hear the CD In God Alone live and in person. Thank you again for a fantastic night of your humour, faith and love for those who attended. It was a well spent Saturday night. A Big Thank You to the rest of the team too. Cannot wait for the next one.
    Take Care
    Peter Benson (Liverpool).

    1. Thanks so much for attending the concert, Peter – especially your persistence in finding the venue. Your support and encouragement of our ministry is always appreciated. God bless

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