You just like to sing in choirs? ;-)
I can't sign -- even in a choir. Tone death. There are only a few songs
that I can sort of sing -- gospel I can do, for example, anything low
register. My voice is a low alto. Can't hear or process the higher notes to
even attempt to replicate them. Nor will my voice go there. (It's not a
physical thing so much as how my mind processes information. Hard to
explain. But it's not breath. Also there's the slight issue of being unable
to remember lyrics or a tune to save my life. Often I can remember the
words, but the tune is lost to me.)
The Anglican Communion is the worldwide church, of which the US branch
is the Episcopalian and the English one is the Church of England.
This explains a lot. My mother was Episcopalian until she met my Dad and
converted to Catholicism. I've been to the Episcopal churches -- they tend
to be beautiful stone and stained glass. Also more laid-back than Catholic,
you can have female ministers in the Episcopalian in the US. And they
support in most cases LGBTQ rights.
But I thought they'd originated in Scotland? I'm probably confusing it with
Calvinists, who are very different? I've been to all of them at one point
or another, but over time my brain has blurred a lot of them together.