St Lawrence has a small, open, and friendly robed four-part choir, of which we are proud. St Lawrence has maintained a robed choir practically without break since 1870 and ever since the move to the new church in 1883 choral music has played an important part in St Lawrence's community life and worship. Today the church choir sings mainly for the 10am Parish Eucharist on Sundays. The choir is a mix of students and local residents, and anyone is very welcome to join, even if only able (for example) to make term-time Sundays. Regular choir practice is presently at 6:30pm on Wednesdays (though this will be reviewed when we appoint a new organist). Additional rehearsals are occasionally organised for after Evensong on Sundays We are looking forward to the beginning of a new choral venture at St Lawrence - a student-based choir singing the best Evensong music to enhance term-time Evensong. This choir practices on Tuesday evenings from 7:30pm and you can read more about it here. Recent services at St Lawrence of very high musical quality have included Choral Evensongs, sung communion services for All Souls' Day and Accession Day, and very well-attended candlelit Advent Procession and Nine Lessons & Carols services at Christmas. The choir has sung Stainer's Crucifixion liturgically, and has also taken part in carol-singing in the parish, and in performing a range of unusual Edwardian Christmas carols for a special Friends of St Lawrence Christmas do. If you are interested in singing at St Lawrence - whether keen to sing every Sunday morning, just for Evensongs, or maybe only for festival occasions - please speak to the organist or a churchwarden after a service or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You would be very welcome (especially if you're willing to come to the pub after practice!).