In the current, disrupted world, the work of the Royal School of Church Music is more important now than at any time in the 93 years of our history.
The RSCM is an educational charity, whose mission is to ‘promote the study, practice and improvement of music in Christian worship.’
We are supporting churches and church communities of all kinds, by ensuring that they have the support resources to sustain them through this challenging period of dislocation and disconnection – a new section of our website is HERE – and we are continuing to work to help musicians plan and develop skills for when a return to a more normal life is possible.
Psallam spiritu et mente
I will sing with the spirit and with the understanding also
(1 Corinthians 14:15)
We hold to the core Christian belief that each person has value and dignity which comes directly from God’s creation of humanity in His own likeness. Among other things, this implies a duty to value each person as someone who bears the image of God and is loved equally by God, and therefore should be protected from harm.view our Safeguarding Policy
Welcome to our new trustees
We are delighted to welcome three new trustees to RSCM’s governing Council; Margaret Greenwood Julia Mixter Susan Pope Between them they will bring HR, ... Read More.
We are recruiting a Safeguarding Assistant and Administrator
The Royal School of Church Music is looking to appoint a Safeguarding Assistant and Administrator (part-time). Safeguarding is of fundamental importance to the work of the RSCM at every ... Read More.
The government’s response to the petition on amateur choir singing
The government has responded to the petition to allow non-professional singing in groups of more than six indoors. However, their explanation for the restrictions still refers to studies ... Read More.
An Evening with Laura Wright – Thursday 24 June, 7pm (BST)
As part of the build up to RSCM International Chorister Day (Sunday 19 September) we are excited to present a webinar by internationally renowned soprano and recording artist, Laura Wright, ... Read More.
RSCM Annual Lecture Sing a Better Song Wednesday 14 July, 7pm (BST)
We are delighted to confirm that online tickets are now available for the Inaugural RSCM Annual Lecture which will take place live from our home in Sarum College, Salisbury on Wednesday 14 ... Read More.
VfL Bronze/Silver Award Examinations FULLY BOOKED
St Oswald King and Martyr, Church Street, Oswestry, Shropshire
VfL Bronze/Silver Award Examinations
Southwark Cathedral Song School