All Saints Warlingham
My name is John Mitchell and I am the organist and choirmaster of All Saints’ Church in Warlingham, a little Saxon building dating from c 1250. We are in the liberal anglo-catholic tradition, part of a team ministry of four churches, seeking to combine good Liturgy with a friendly welcoming atmosphere. Our small but dedicated choir sings an anthem every week, with BCP Choral Evensong on the first Sunday, and a Family Eucharist on second Sundays when we try to let our hair down slightly. We cast our musical nets widely, encompassing many periods and styles, from plainsong to Rutter, Tallis to Kendrick.
This video gives a short introduction to the music and history of the church at Warlingham. Details of the current Wm Hill organ can be found at http://www.npor.org.uk/NPORView.html?RI=E00526