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Martin's Memorial Church

11 Francis Street - Stornoway - Isle of Lewis - HS1 2NB        

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Notice Sheet - 26.3.2017

LATEST AUDIO - Rev T MacNeil

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Notice Sheet 26 March 2017.pdf broken wall social.jpg

Broken Walls are a Native American team of musicians and dancers from a variety of Tribes whose remit, as their name suggests, is not just to play great music and entertain, but to break walls of division.   Initially, this was to break walls of division that have existed in their own native communities for centuries; and between these communities and the largely European settlers.  There was recognition that for their own healing to take place, the breaking of the walls of division between them and the ‘Settlers’ was vitally important.  For them this has been a journey not just to reconciliation to people but to the land and to the Creator.  This ministry of reconciliation extends now to nations around the world as well as to their own continent.

The music of Broken Walls is a mix of Native American cultural sounds and a fusion of native music with wider musical styles. The energy and passion of the music, the drama of the Native American dancers and the witness of changed lives brought about by the healing work of Jesus all contributes, not just to great entertainment but towards seeing people and cultures healed and restored.


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