The musical life at All Saints’ is vibrant and spans a wide breadth of styles. If you are new to the church and would like to get involved then please contact our Associate Minister for Music, Chris Steynor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Good Friday: Requiem
New Sussex Singers, featuring members of the local community
For a beautiful and poignant Good Friday experience you are warmly invited to join the New Sussex Singers on Friday 7th April at All Saints Lindfield, where they will be performing Rutter Requiem and Faure’s Requiem
Conductor - Sebastian Charlesworth
Organist - Philip White-Jones
£14 or £5 for Under 16s available online HERE
or on the door
TELL YOUR FRIENDS!
Download the concert poster HERE
to post online, print at home, or send to friends via Whatsapp.
About All Saints Music Ministry
Mainstream contemporary worship takes place at our 9.30am and 6pm (Cornerstone) services. The evening service is particularly focussed on getting our under-30s involved, although participation is open to everyone. There is a community of musicians who serve each congregation; if you can help lead us by singing or playing an instrument then do get in touch.
There is a choir who help lead the 11.15am service each week, rehearsing on Thursday afternoons at 3.30pm. We read from SATB parts although there is a range of reading ability among our members. If you appreciate traditional forms of worship and classical music, then our choir could be the place for you.
In September 2021 we launched the All Saints Children’s Choir to give children the opportunity to lead worship and perform as part of our worship services.
The choir meets on Wednesday afternoons for children in year 3 and upwards, 5-5.45pm during term times. If your child would like to join then please contact Chris Steynor: email@example.com.
At Christmas and Easter we tend to gather larger groups of singers and musicians to enhance our singing for the main Christian festivals. Watch out for notices nearer the time.