Historical Background

About Fountain of Love Choir

Fountain of Love Choir was founded as a Catholic Foundation affiliated to the Catholic Church in Jordan, with an ecumenical vision. Its preliminary phase was during the Christmas season in 2002, where the Choir Group performed its first Christmas Carols. The first performance included a limited number of youth people who shared the vision of the Choir. In subsequent years, the Choir expanded to include a group of youth believers from both genders, of different age groups and churches. Towards 2015, the number of choir members reached around 75 youth people comprised from both musicians and singers, including another 25 children. Choir members are Christians coming from different denominations, churches, in addition to Muslim brothers' members.

Since its inception, the Choir had a clear definite first objective to perform various kinds of hymns to help souls in their attempts to reach God and bring healing and encouragement to the lives of people. Our Choir members have successfully passed the novice stage to professionalism in composing and editing a modern style of hymns while retaining the musical legacy of the Gregorian, Byzantine, and Classical churches. It was also able to present a mosaic piece of art, filled with colorful hymns that address the audience in a universal language. Our Choir Management's future vision is based on succession principles and aims to establish a holistic organization that works to strengthen the bonds between all different churches and diverse religions, through spiritual music, lyrics and other music-related activities.

A second objective emerged in recent years, which is to expand the Choir's musical mission dimensions to cover social services and humanitarian assistance by the means of music and singing; i.e. we are currently holding musical therapy sessions with the Iraqi refugee children running from furious war repercussions in eastern Amman. This recent musical ministry with Iraqi refugee children is massively helping them overcome harmful memories and distorted images of fighting and war, it is further restoring their self-esteem and confidence and bringing them them into a more resilient stage to cope with their unknown future.

Under this objective we are aiming at setting a hierarchical system of a number of organized committees that can cover wider geographical areas in carrying out musical-related activities targeting different segments and age groups in Jordan and, hopefully, regionally in the long run.

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Fountain of Love choir Spiritual Angle


Better than I want!

    At times we act on ourselves and claim inner peace and in a certain position, we convince ourselves that our decisions are correct, we turn around to find all that indicates the soundness of our position so as to support those positions even with the simplest things. Sometimes we ask God for a specific signal and take any sign to explain it to our mood!

    Once, a friend asked to meet me, she was complaining about her life and talked to me about the difficulties she was facing in the relationships with people around her and how she was directing them in their lives. Yet those people let her down and caused her much harm. Gradually, she discovered that the problem is not in those around her but is spiritual and is mainly caused by fear. Yes, sometimes we think that the reason behind our problem is caused by others, but when we ask ourselves how much we live in tension with those around us, then we understand that the problem is within us.
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Fountain of Love choir News


News Highlight

The Fountain of Love choir has performed various concerts and masses in Jordan, Syria, Lebanon and the Holy Land.
The choir started its first tour in Europe in 2013. FOL was invited by the order of Betharram to France where it performed concerts in Pau, Bayonne, Lourdes and Paris.

In 2014, the Choir was invited by the Chaldean community in Germany to perform concerts in Essen and a mass in Antwerpen Belgium presided by the Chaldean patriarch Sako.

In 2016, the Choir performed a concert in Vienna in cooperation with Franciscan community, two concerts in Hungary as part of a cultural musical swap between the St. Angela Hungarian Choir and FOL Choir, which was organized by the Hungarian embassy in Jordan, and a concert in Sweden in collaboration with the musicians without borders organization, a Swedish NGO.
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