St Pauls Dorking


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Music has always played a very important place in the worshipping life of St. Paul’s family.  Over the past 30 years the church choral and organ traditions have been joined by instrumentalists, soloists, contemporary bands and ensembles and even occasionally by an orchestra to add to the rich variety of music that can be heard at St. Paul’s with which to worship and glorify our Great God.

The Adult Choir at St. Paul’s practises on Fridays in the church room from 8-9 p.m. during school term time. We lead the worship every week at the 9 a.m. service and sing at other services on special occasions and festivals. During November and December our numbers increase as we rehearse for the carol service and other Christmas services, and we are joined by an enthusiastic and lively Children’s Choir.

We love to sing with the musicality God has already given us to encourage our church family to worship Him together in a wide variety of musical styles, from Early Classical through to contemporary, including Taizé and Iona music.  We are always open to finding new ways of expressing our love for God and our reverence for Him.

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