Church Music Skills is a pioneering education programme designed to help practising church musicians to develop the skills and understanding that they need for their role, and to equip those who want to be able to lead music in worship.
The programme is based on distance learning, combining private study at home with practical experience in the student’s own church. It is designed for use by students studying alone or with a teacher, and may be complemented by optional attendance at RSCM workshops, masterclasses and short residential courses.
|Strengthen for Service||6-8 February 2018||Shepherds Dene|
|Strengthen for Service||8-10 May 2018||Holland House|
|Strengthen for Service||2-4 October 2018||Bishop Woodford House|
|Lift up Your Voice / Lift up Your Voice Plus|
Please note the correct dates of the Strengthen for Service course in May 2018 above which are incorrectly listed in the courses leaflet distributed with the September 2017 edition of CMQ – we apologise for any inconvenience caused.
RSCM volunteers organise hundreds of events and courses around the UK and overseas every year. See what’s happening in the UK here. Courses are available in other parts of the world too – for more details go to the RSCM International websites.
Saturday Schools are the RSCM’s new initiative to take high quality training to small town and rural centres across the UK. Parallel sessions for choirs and choir trainers and instrumentalists and worship leaders run through the day, offering workshops led by skilled trainers, before coming together at the end of the day for an act of worship. Click here to find out more.
Are you involved in planning music for worship?
The RSCM’s Sunday by Sunday magazine is a comprehensive resource with all that you need to choose the right music for your church, week by week.