In 2022, after 70 years of service, Her Majesty The Queen becomes the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee.
To celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee HOPE Together and partners commissioned song writers Graham Kendrick, Mal Pope and the contemporary worship band Rend Collective write Rise Up and Serve.
Christian BSL are delighted to have provided the BSL translation and captions for Rise Up and Serve.
You can download the British Sign Language video, the lyrics sheet, the sheet music, and more from: theplatinumjubilee.com/sing Once the site loads, scroll to the bottom of the page to find all the downloadable resources.
Rise Up and Serve is performed by The Commonwealth Choir, and it was translated into British Sign Language and signed by Deaf Christian interpreter Helen Cottingham.
The Commonwealth Choir includes British Gospel singer Muyiwa Olarewaju OBE, who adds his own words of tribute to the Queen in Hausa, Swahli, Igbo and Yoruba, the Aldgate School Children’s Choir led by Pat Bilbrough, Rend Collective from Northern Ireland, Darlene Zschech from Australia, Brian Doerksen from Canada, Mal Pope and the Morriston Orpheus Choir from Wales, Morris Matavuvale from Fiji, Sheldon Bangera from India, as well as Voices from the Nations percussion, the All Souls Orchestra, the Regent Hall Band of The Salvation Army, David Grant MBE, Graham Kendrick, Lou Fellingham, and Sounds of New Wine choir with Creative Director Lawrence Johnson.
HOPE Together are working in partnership with The Church of England, The Methodist Church, Biblica, Thy Kingdom Come, Girls’ Brigade, Word & Worship Trust, Boys’ Brigade, Youth For Christ, YouthScape, The Message, Pais Movement, and Prayer Spaces In Schools