The Parish Choir sings for Bishop Nash in Bunclody Church
THE Bunclody Parish Choir is widely known and appreciated for the professionalism and talent of its members when performing at Masses and ceremonies at Bunclody Church.
However, during a recent mass in the church, the choir had an extra special spectator, as Bishop Nash was present for the mass.
It was a very special moment for the choir members who are delighted to be back in action following the recent lifting of health and safety restrictions.
The choir has been around for a while and its members enjoy the social aspect of the group almost as much as the singing.
The band plays a vital role in ceremonies in the church and were delighted to have the opportunity to perform for Bishop Nash, who was very impressed with the performance.
The choir is always looking for new members and anyone interested in getting involved can find out more by contacting one of the members.
Bishop Nash’s visit to Bunclody was very well received by the parishioners and in a recent pastoral letter sent by the Bishop to all the parishes of the diocese, he underlined how the warm welcome he received in the Fougères was very warm.
“The warmth of welcome expressed in word and deed has helped me feel at home here in Ferns and I am deeply grateful for this very generous welcome,” Bishop Nash said in his letter..