COP26 – video projections at St Luke’s to bring message of hope
Together We Can – video anthem Heal the World will be projected at St Luke’s Church in the east end on Tuesday evening at 7pm.
A video anthem created by Hollywood actor, Paul Hampton, will be projected on the walls of St Luke’s Church in the east end of Glasgow on Tuesday. Paul (84), the American singer and writer behind hits such as Sea of Heartbreak, has travelled to Glasgow to deliver his Message of Hope from America.
Glasgow and Nashville, two of the world’s major music cities, will be united as the city’s Lord Provost Philip Braat is connected live with Nashville’s Vice Major Jim Shulman. Glasgow’s Youth Choir accompany this musical video reveal and the Guardian of the Forest (a group of over 80+ indigenous tribes in Central and South America attending COP26) close this very special event with a prayer for humanity.
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