Graham Kendrick’s ‘Rumours of Angels’ has just been performed over two nights by the people from the churches and chapels of Mounts Bay, writes Revd Dom Jones.

‘Rumours of Angels’ explores the mysteries of the Incarnation, celebrates a present experience, and anticipates a coming kingdom. It is a beautiful musical and creates a real sense of wonder and amazement.

The two performances were at Ludgvan Community Centre and at St Hilary Church, and the choir – made up of singers of all ages from 8 to 80 – was conducted by Paul Roddy.

Over the two nights just over 100 people enjoyed the musical and the audiences were treated to singing, solos, dancing and even a rap, all accompanied by a live band!

And soaring above the audience each night was our very own angel made by the young people of the United Benefice of Mounts Bay under the expert guidance of Ed Oates.