The Church Choir
Latest page update: December 17th 2011


St. Faith's has always been justifiably proud of its fine choral tradition. On Sundays the Choir ably fulfils its role in leading congregational singing and performing a wide variety of music to enhance the liturgy of The Parish Sung Eucharist. In addition, they sing at weekday High Masses on Feast Days and at various other choral services and concerts during the year.

The Choir has performed significant choral works in recent years in Liverpool' two Cathedrals, Wakefield Cathedral and St.George's Chapel, Windsor. These have included Langlais' Messe Solonelle, Vierne's Messe Solonelle, Mozart's Coronation Mass, Mozart’s Missa Brevis in D, and Haydn's “Little Organ” and “St. Nicholas” Masses. Below you can read about our plans for the future...

Although we are currently without a permanent Director of Music, the choir is maintaining a full schedule of accompanied music for Sundays and special occasions, and new members are always welcome...

  Choir images....

Top row: choir members giving a recital at one of our Summer Saturday concerts. Fr Neil Kelley is at the piano
Bottom row: the augmented choir singing the Vierne Messe Solonelle at the St Faith's Night High Mass, October 6th, 2008. That's Sam behind the pillar!

About our previous organist, Sam Austin

Church Choirs index  A link to access details of online choirs - including ours

Choir highlights from earlier years

 online November 8th, 2008

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