Choir for Young People

Singing provides young people with a joyful outlet for their creativity and expression, as well as the opportunity to collaborate. The most natural way to learn music is through singing, for which children have an instinctive ability. Singing from a young age establishes musical and emotional intuitiveness, which will put them in good stead for learning other instruments or art forms. Music is a lifelong gift that a person can carry with them.

Opportunities to:

  • Learn to sing and read music for free
  • Train for RSCM medals using the Voice for Life scheme
  • Sing solos, harmony parts, at weddings etc.
  • Wear choristers robes (provided)

  • How to Join

    Just turn up and give it a go - no obligation. Fridays in term time 7.30 to 8.15 pm for half an hour of singing, followed by refreshments. The choir meets in the Church Hall - entrance in the lane between Stansted Road & Manor Road.


    Entry requirements:

  • Willing to have a go
  • Able to read most words of hymns

  • Contact

    For more information please contact the Organist and Director of Music.

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    Contact Us

    All Saints Hockerill, Stansted Road, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, CM23 2DY

    To contact the clergy & parish officers click here.

    All Saints' Church, Hockerill belongs to the Diocese of St. Albans, part of the Church of England.

    We are also linked to our Church of England school, All Saints C of E Primary & Nursery.