St Nicholas’ is the oldest Church in continuous use in the country and has supported a remarkable choral tradition since the end of the 15th century. Worth Choir, who sing here, are a small group of singers who work hard to maintain this high standard of musical excellence. We have a varied repertoire but particularly enjoy singing music from the Renaissance. Click here to see an example music list.
We are currently seeking new members – perhaps you were once a chorister and could be persuaded back into singing, or you just fancy being part of a choir for the first time. We would be very happy to welcome anyone interested in joining us, so please get in touch.
We rehearse on Fridays 7.30-8.50pm in St Nicholas’ Church, Worth and adjourn to the pub at least once a month. We practise again at 9.15am on Sunday morning, prior to the 9:45am Sung Eucharist.
No specific musical experience is required to join the choir. More important is the enthusiasm and willingness to learn. Even if you could only sing one Sunday a month, this would really help. Or perhaps you can only commit to our twice-a-year Evensongs or help out at Christmas time? Whatever your circumstances, we’d love to hear from you.
- Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call the parish office on 0300 111 8150
- Come and say hello one Sunday morning after the service