Music plays an important part in the worship and life of the parish of St Thomas of Canterbury, a church in the Anglo-Catholic tradition set in the centre of Brentwood, in the diocese of Chelmsford, Essex, England.
St Thomas' is affiliated to the Royal School of Church Music (RSCM) and the Brentwood Arts Council.
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Details of our enjoyable ‘Lunchtime Live!’ programme can be found here.
Details of the music sung by our choirs month by month.
The Director of Music and Organist, Sam Adams, oversees a comprehensive music programme with the support of an Assistant Director of Music, five assistant organists, two organ scholars and around 100 singers and instrumentalists.
There are four choirs - the Parish Choir, The Girls' Choir, the Becket homas.org.uk for more information about St Thomas of Canterbury, Brentwood.
Singers and the Becket Consort of Voices - the Orchestra of St Thomas', a close-harmony quartet SongCycle, an Organ Scholarship scheme and Lunchtime Concerts. On special occasions the choirs combine to form the Great Choir - pictured here.