“We would like as many people as possible to hear the ‘Hallelujah’ chorus.”

This wish we have been persistently carrying is bearing its first fruit on October 20, 2023, at the Seto Juvenile Detention Center in Aichi Prefecture.

The first musical performance for the Hallelujah Project will be a Concert for Hope at a correctional facility.

On the day of the concert, thirteen musical pieces including the “Hallelujah” chorus will be presented to those staying at the facility, bringing comfort and peace through prayer and music.

“Hallelujah” chorus from Handel’s oratorio the Messiah—Meishu-sama dearly loved this musical work.

Activities that “bring the ‘Hallelujah’ chorus to all parts of Japan, and still more, to all parts of the world” start here.


The purpose of the Hallelujah Project: Deliver the “Hallelujah” chorus to many, have them listen to it, have them come to like it, have them want to sing it themselves too. This is the purpose.

The soul of Christ, the soul of Messiah, as the child of the one and only God, exists within every single human being. It exists with life and exuberance. It shines brilliantly.

The people who listen to the “Hallelujah” chorus can come into contact with the brilliance of that soul, awaken and experience the feeling of overflowing joy while listening even if unconsciously. If that should happen, there would be no greater joy as a follower of Meishu-sama.

The Hallelujah Project Begins!

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