We value the mixed economy of traditional choral and congregational music alongside more contemporary forms of worship music. There are opportunities for choral singers to be involved on a regular, frequent, or more occasional basis as follows.

1115 choir
On a weekly basis a small choir lead congregational singing at the 1115 service, and pop in the occasional choir item.  Repertoire ranges from traditional hymnody through lyrical worship songs to music from the Iona & Northumbria communities, and music from contemporary Roman Catholic composers, such as Bernadette Farrell & Christopher Walker. 

Most singers in this choir are able to participate weekly, but we welcome those who could contribute less frequently.  We tend to rehearse in church from 1930-2130 on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, and at 1045 on Sundays before each 1115 service (please check the website calendar for details).  We'd love to welcome new regular members, so do get in touch if this might be you.

ST ANDREW'S CHOIR CONCERT - SATURDAY MARCH 11TH 2017 7.30PM AT ST ANDREW'S, with Oxford Cherwell Brass Band.

at St Andrew’s Church

Details for choir


Lift up your heads – Mathias
The heavens are telling – Haydn Creation
Ave verum – Byrd
Jesu joy of man’s desiring – Bach
I lift my eyes – Carter
Love divine -Goodall
Scarborough Fair – arr John Earwaker
Linden Lea – arr Vaughan Williams
Steal Away - trad, arr JD Riding
I was glad – Parry

Rehearsal Dates and Times

please indicate your attendance on a Doodle poll here
Wed 8 February 7.30-9.30pm
Wed 15 February 7.30-9.30pm
Mon 27 February 7.30-9.30pm
Wed 1 March 6.30-7.15 – this is before the Ash Wednesday service at 8pm - you may like to stay and join with the choir for this.
Sat 4 March 10.00-12.00am
Wed 8 March 7.30-9.30pm
Sat 11 March 4-5.30pm, and 6-6.30pm with band - concert 7.30pm
Dress – smart black lower half, + coloured top/splash of colour (ladies) white shirt + bow tie (men) 

Tickets £10/£5 concessions - you can book online here
All proceeds to The St Andrew's Jubilee Building Project
More details from Roger Peach, Music Director