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Come and Sing!
To sing is not a relic of primary schools, community buildings or churches. Singing is actually relevant and good, because it is healthy: When people sing, they breathe deeper and slower. The deep, slow and calm breathing provides more oxygen to the brain and affects cardiac activity positively. Additionally, participants will begin to breathe in a similar pace and their hearts will begin to beat concurrently. Singing connects people socially and creates an invisible link – making participants move from an “I-perspective” to an “us-perspective.” -- Denmark's Tourism Website
Hymn Sings - canceled for March due to CES decision to suspend group events.
Hymn Sing Documentary
Hymn Sing October 2013. Film by Gabriel Meyr.