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Parish Church of St Andrew, West Tarring (Worthing)

Organist and Choir Leader

We are an Anglican parish church with a strong history of choral music looking for a skilled musician and teacher with a passion for church music who can play our organ to a high standard. The worship here is Eucharistic and liturgical.

The successful candidate will have a key role in the worship life of our church. A commitment to the Christian faith and an understanding of the relationship between music, liturgy and faith are essential.

The successful applicant will be involved in shaping the musical direction of the church, together with the Rector they will have creative input into the short, medium and long term vision for the role of music in our worshipping community.

Salary: £7300 PA

Sessional pay for weddings, funerals and baptisms.

Other possibilities for income can be discussed in due course.

About our organ:

Closing date for applications: 5th January

Proposed interview date: 19th January

For further information, to discuss the post or to come and see the church/organ contact Fr Steven on

St Peter's, Stockbridge

St Peter’s church in Stockbridge is seeking to engage a self-employed organist/Choir leader. To apply for Job and Person specification, please contact the rector, Rev: Philip Bowden on 01264/810810 or e-mail  Closing date Thursday the 30th of November.

Director of Music

St Martin of Tours, Epsom, Surrey

A creative and experienced Director of Music is required for this large parish church to enable our strong musical tradition to continue to flourish.  Working with an SATB choir, the FRCO organist and a fine three-manual Norman & Beard organ, sung services regularly include communion, Choral Mattins and Choral Evensong, all of which are livestreamed. The successful candidate will enjoy not only an enthusiastic choir but also a supportive leadership team and congregation.

Salary: £7900 PA

For Job description and further information:

01372 722567

Closing Date: 17 November 2023

Director of Music 

Parish of St Patrick’s Church, Salter Street, Earlswood

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a new Director of Music at St Patrick’s Church in Salter Street, Shirley. We are a beautiful grade II listed rural church of traditional style, enjoying weekly Sunday sung Eucharist. We have a thriving church and music is central to our worship.

The ideal candidate will be keen and able to play for all Sunday services and Occasional Offices when required, be open to exploring fresh ways of using music to enhance worship, and to also lead and direct our choir.

We are an equal opportunities employer, and the PCC of St Patrick’s Church, Salter Street, is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. All post holders are expected to share this commitment. Appointments to this post are subject to pre-appointment checks, including references and a satisfactory Enhanced DBS check.

This will be a fully employed role, and holiday entitlement will be 6 weeks paid holiday per calendar year, or pro rota when starting through the church year.

We welcome any expressions of interests or applications through Revd Denise Jones,, by close of play on 30 November 2023. Interviews will be held on a date mutually agreed.

Director of Music/Organist, St Andrew’s, Ham, Richmond, Surrey

Friendly, inclusive Anglican church seeks to appoint Director of Music/Organist to provide music at 10.15am Sunday and special services and lead and develop the SATB choir. Salary up to £7,000pa based on experience.

For details please contact

St Mary, Barnes

Director of Music and Organist

An exciting opportunity for a talented and energetic musician to continue the development of choral and organ music in this large active church rooted in the liberal catholic tradition of the Church of England. An important element will be developing the musical life of children and young people in the parish.

More information:

St Gregory’s Church, Marnhull, Dorset

seek to appoint an experienced and enthusiastic organist and choir director to develop our church music and reestablish our SATB choir for the next generation. The primary focus is on church worship with opportunities for community-wide recitals. RSCM rural rates are given.

For more information please contact Revd Gaenor Hockey (Rector designate) or 01258 821605.

Assistant Director of Music: Wantage Parish, Oxfordshire

An opportunity for an early-career or more experienced church organist interested in musical education and outreach

Music plays a key role in our worship and we have a highly regarded mixed choir. As well as being the principal organist, the person appointed to this new post will be involved in outreach work in local schools and will help to build up our Junior Choir and establish a Youth Choir. For information about the Parish, see

You will be an accomplished organist with an enthusiasm for working with children and young people. Salary £5,000-£6,000. Further details from Phil Johnson at