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I joined the Men of Hope family when it was still known as Parramatta Men’s Choir, in October 2012. We had only just migrated to Australia six months prior and I was ...

I consider myself still one of the new comers to Men of Hope, as I have only recently joined. Over the short time I’ve been with the group, I’ve come to realise that when God gives you gifts and talents it’s best to use them...

There is something about the arrangement, the subtle harmonies and the gentle throb of deep male voices that makes male singing my favourite format. I was introduced to male choirs at the age of twelve. Over the years I’ve sung in other...

I joined Men of Hope about 18 months ago. I’ve always enjoyed singing and the opportunity to praise God through song is most appealing. I have sung in church...

The ministry of Men of Hope cuts through a diverse range of community groups, this includes sharing Jesus with elderly people in aged care facilities. We share hope and encouragement to our dear oldies and we always have a laugh ...

When I visit a nursing home, I’m always reminded of my mother who worked hard and did a lot for me. Unfortunately she passed away in 2002. I still miss her, and had she been alive, she probably would have been living with me. Joining...

I am neither a singer nor musician, but I am able to contribute to Men of Hope in other ways—moral support for the only woman in the group (see Liz, above) as Liz’s husband,...