The RSCM enables the flourishing of church music, thereby bringing people closer to God in worship and encouraging church communities to grow.
Mindful of our forthcoming centenary in 2027, we wish to ensure that our priorities enable us to be able to celebrate 100 successful years of supporting church music.
Our concise and readable Strategic Plan (2022 – 2027) sets out the foundations for this: click the button to viewRSCM Strategic Plan 2022 – 2027
How does the RSCM deliver its work?
Internationally, through our core programmes:
- Voice for Life, a comprehensive training programme for choral singers of all ages and abilities
- Church Music Skills, a range of practical training schemes and awards in essential skills
- Hymnpact!, a dynamic new resource to support singing in schools, and to connect schools to their local church.
- our member magazine, Church Music Quarterly
- our quarterly guide to choosing music for worship, Sunday by Sunday
- the RSCM Press, publishing music and training resources
- our website
- our national youth choir – the RSCM Millennium Youth Choir
- our training choirs – RSCM Voices and Cathedral Singers
- our courses for singers, organists, instrumentalists and worship leaders
Regionally, through the work of our volunteers, who organize events and training including:
- local courses, summer schools, workshops and training days
- singing award schemes
In partnership with others:
- consulting with the churches nationally and locally
- collaborating with other church, music, and educational organizations
Please click below to view the latest Trustees’ Annual ReportRSCM Trustees’ Annual Report 2022
Working with children and young people
The RSCM is committed to the safeguarding, care and nurture of everyone involved in our courses and events.Our Safeguarding Policy