By Jill Ann Walters
What defines your Sunday experience? Research has shown that in many parishes in Trinidad and Tobago, our music ministry comes second only to the homily. We decided to bring the Sunday experience alive for you.
Begin by closing your eyes and imagining yourself in meditation at Mass and listening to the hypnotic notes being shared by the women of our Sunday experience. If it moves you, and only if it moves you, share it with friends and let us reverberate that connection with the divine in our world.
I believe if this is done in sincerity if you meditate on the words of these traditional Catholic hymns which have been re-imagined by some dynamic, female Catholic singers and musicians, then we can help each other heal in many ways.
Today we feature Jill Ann Walters
Jill Ann Walters is one of the leaders in Music Education in Trinidad and Tobago. A Music Educator by profession, she is presently the Music Teacher at St Benedict’s College and Acting Head of the Visual and Performing Arts department and Religious Knowledge. She is also a parishioner of Our Lady of Mt Carmel in Carapichaima and an all-round beautiful person.
This is Jill Ann and her team performing ‘Thank you Lord’.