Welcome

stops1The Royal School of Church Music is an educational charity dedicated to raising standards and promoting music in every style of Christian worship and every denomination. Through a world-wide network of over 8,000 churches, schools and individuals we are committed to achieving the best use of good music in worship – whatever the resources, whatever the style. Through education, training, publications, advice and encouragement, we aim to support church music today and to invest in church music for the future.

The Worcestershire Church Music Committee is a joint committee incorporating The RSCM Worcester Area Committee and The Worcester Diocesan Music Committee. Its members are church musicians drawn from different backgrounds and areas of expertise working in the geographical area of Worcestershire, and exists to arrange and promote local events and provide a point of contact with the wider RSCM.

If you would like to be added to our e-mail list to receive notification of forthcoming events, please contact the Membership Officer.

Membership

You are able to become a member of the RSCM by downloading the Membership Form from the National RSCM website via our Links page. There are two forms of membership: Individual Membership; and Affiliated Membership which enables a Church or a Choir to join. Alternatively you can contact our Membership Officer for more information.

What sort of services can we offer?

  • We can put you in touch with the right person regarding examinations, qualifications, and financial help with organ lessons etc.
  • If you have a special occasion we have contacts with choirs and professional organists who could help you.
  • If you are wishing to appoint a church organist or musician we have contacts with professional musicians who could serve as an expert adviser on an interview panel.
  • We are pleased to answer any of your questions or enquiries and we encourage you to make contact with us.  Most of all we want to talk with you by phone to see how we can help you to best effect.