Our Vision

The Musicians’ Church aims to encourage the growth of music in our places of worship by working with a number of partner churches throughout the Diocese of London, and beyond, to:

  1. Facilitate the hiring of church buildings by musicians and assist in finding the right venues for the right performances

  2. Showcase an annual programme of concerts, services, workshops and other activity aimed at developing relationships and partnerships across the musical community and supporting musicians and the musical life of our churches

  3. Offer an online resource of helpful information for musicians and churches

  4. Provide pastoral and spiritual support for members of the musical community

“Churches in London, and especially in the City, extend their welcome to a wide range of communities, but our partnership with musicians is one of our most treasured relationships. This Musicians' Church website will celebrate this partnership, through our service to musicians, through our church buildings resounding with the glory and mystery of music, and through our service to all as we live out our love of God and neighbour.”
Rt Revd. Pete Broadbent
Bishop of Willesden

Our Patrons
The people behind the scenes

John Rutter CBE

John Rutter CBE

Composer & Conductor

John Rutter is an English composer and conductor, associated mainly with choral music and active internationally for many years

Julian Lloyd Webber

Julian Lloyd Webber

Cellist & Educator

Principal at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Judith Weir CBE

Judith Weir CBE

Composer

Judith Weir is an internationally renowned composer and the Master of the Queens Music

Pete Broadbent

Pete Broadbent

Bishop

Bishop of Willesden

Our Team

For general enquiries about the Musicians’ Church, please contact Elizabeth, Administrator, on office@musicianschurch.org


The Musicians’ Church is overseen by a steering committee including Mr Martin Sergeant, Director of Operations, Diocese of London, Dr Andrew Earis, Director of Music at St Martin-in-the-Fields, and Mr Richard Robbins.

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We'd love to hear about your musical projects and churches.

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