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Liturgy
Music
Religious
Education

 Formation and Consultancy for Parishes and Schools

'Liturgy is the summit toward  which the activity of the Church is directed; at the same time it is the fount from which all the Church's power flows.'                                                        (Sacrosanctum Concillium 10)

' Hello and welcome to my site!

This is a new venture for me.

After years of combining roles as a primary school teacher, Liturgist and  Pastoral Musician, I have decided to follow my passion full time and offer my knowledge, skills and experience to  your parish or school with the passionate desire to help us all become closer to God through good Liturgy. '

 

Maria Hall Formation and Consultancy for Parishes and Schools

  

 

I'm a trained organist and I am the Director of Music at St Wilfrid's Church, Preston.

 

I have 26 years experience as a primary  teacher.


I have a Masters Degree in Theology,

specialising in Liturgy.

 

 

I have given courses and led training for parishioners, ministries, school staff and pupils and now I'm  here for your parish or school.

  

Most of all, I want to educate with an accessible approach, through visual presentations and an informal style.

 

This site gives details of presentations I have given over the last few years.

 

We can also discuss the needs of your individual school or parish.

 

Please do get in touch!

A sample of what I can offer...

Source and Summit

A major 3 week Parish Renewal 

 

Week 1
The development of the Eucharist from the earliest days of the Church.

Week 2
The Celebration of the Eucharist.
A look at the Mass, its structure and meaning.

 


Week 3
Parish ministries.

An examination of roles and how they can best be undertaken.
Practical issues within the parish.

 

 

 

Music and  Liturgy.
For choirs and music groups.

 

The role and function of singers and musicians.
The origins and history of the ministry.
Develop repertoire and technique.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

'People in love make signs of love,
not only to express their love
but also to deepen it.
Love never expressed dies.
Christians' love for Christ
and for one another must be expressed in the signs and symbols
of celebration or they will die.'

 

(Music in Catholic Worship, 4)

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