Patron: Dame Gillian Weir
Registered Charity No.298088
Last update: 9 November 2017
Organist Vacancies in the Reading Area
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St James' Church, Finchampstead
Your role will be to play our well-maintained Compton organ at Sunday services (9.30 and 11.00) which include 2 Matins a month, 1 Evensong per month and other extra services as per the church liturgical calendar. There is also a choir rehearsal on Thursday night 8 - 9.30. You will also have first opportunity to play at Funerals/Weddings.
We are a thriving church with a very capable/reliable SATB choir and large Junior section. You will find it very rewarding to play at our church with a DOM, choir and congregation who will really appreciate your skills.
There is also a stand-in organist available to call upon, so Sundays off can be arranged if desired. Remuneration will be in accordance with RSCM/ISM rates.
For further information please contact: Janice Devine firstname.lastname@example.org 07990 500568
The Parish of St Mary and St John Stratfield Mortimer
Organist and Director of Music
to develop the musical life of this Parish 9 miles south of Reading.
There is a choir which sings the 10.00 am Sung Eucharist every Sunday and at the major festivals.
There is the possibility of involvement with our two Church schools.
For more information please contact: The Rev’d Paul Chaplin.
The Parish Office, St John’s Church, West End Road, Mortimer RG7 3SY
Tel: 0118 933 3704 Email: email@example.com
Salary at RSCM rates
The United Benefice of Henley with Remenham
are seeking an
Organist and Choirmaster/mistress
for the Churches of St Mary, Henley-on-Thames and St Nicholas, Remenham
Full details are available from the Parish Office
The Rectory, Hart Street, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 2AU
01491 577340 firstname.lastname@example.org
Holy Trinity, Oxford Road, Reading
To play at 10:00 am Sunday Mass and usual holy days, with effect from Low Sunday (23rd April, 2017). Hymns (NEH) and parts of Gregory Murray setting. No choir. Interesting and historic two-manual in gallery at liturgical West end: Gt.9; Sw.9 + Tremulant; Ped 8; usual couplers (listed on NPOR). Good acoustic.
Must be happy working with smoke and mirrors. Real ale Pub (Nag’s Head) short walk up Russell Street opposite.
Further details from Mr. R. Cutting, tel. 0118 9613706
Chapel of the Blessed Trinity, Stonor Park
The Chapel of the Holy Blessed Trinity celebrates Mass every Sunday throughout the year with a congregation of between 40 – 80.
We are looking for organists to join a rota to assist each Sunday.
We do not have a regular choir but occasional singers.
The position may suit organ scholars or talented organists.
Three manual electric organ.
Rota to commence December 2016
For more information please write to email@example.com or telephone 01491 638858
St Barnabas Church, Emmer Green, Reading
is seeking a new
St Barnabas is a broad-based CofE parish church on the northern edge of Reading.
(See www.saintbarnabas.org.uk for more information)
Our organ has recently been re-commissioned after being completely refurbished, converted to electronic action and upgraded to a 2-manual instrument. There is a small, committed choir whose numbers are augmented for special services. We are active in introducing forms of worship and music likely to be attractive to families and children.
Music is primarily centred on the 9.30 parish communion service, with the usual festival services in addition. Choir practices are normally weekly (Tuesday evening). Opportunities would be offered to play at weddings and funerals.
We have a member willing to act as Assistant, so the position need not be full time.
Remuneration based on RSCM guidelines
Fuller details from, and expressions of interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org
St Michael's Church, Sandhurst
are looking for an
to work with our dynamic Choir Director to develop our well-established musical tradition, with good RSCM-affiliated SATB choir (inc. trebles). We are looking for a sensitive musician who will help us to enhance the experience of worship through music in this friendly and welcoming church. We would welcome experienced applicants and those less experienced with ability and a willingness to learn.
Weekly 9.30 am Parish Communion (including psalms to Anglican chant), monthly Choral Evensong plus weddings and other special services. Choir practice 1˝ hours per week on Thursday evenings.
Remuneration based on RSCM rates.
We have a two-manual Gray & Davison Organ with tracker action, a full RCO concave and radiating pedalboard, which was restored in 2000, and is regularly maintained.
Sandhurst is situated close to the M3 (J4) and is on the Reading to Guildford railway line.
For details please contact Rev John Castle, Tel 01252 873030 or email email@example.com
You can find out more about our church at www.stmichaels-sandhurst.org.uk