Both Rotherham Minster and St Paul’s have robed choirs which sing at Sunday Morning Eucharists. The Minster Choir also sings Choral Evensong once a month.
There two other choirs closely associated with the Minster and St Paul’s:
Masbrough Community Choir and the Tuesday Singers.
Find out more about our choirs below.
Find out more about Rotherham Minster Choir.
Find out more about St Paul's Choir
Our Tuesday Singers choir is a relaxed, informal group that meets weekly in the Minster to share in a love of singing.
If you enjoy singing please come along on a Tuesday and join us. There is no audition and you don't need to have any musical knowledge or experience to take part. The choir meets at 11:00am for an hour, next to the children's area in the Minster.
Our Tuesday Singers have recently been awarded a community fund grant of £750 from the National Lottery, this money will be used to grow the group and continue to work within the local community.
Come along and have a sing!
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A number of Tuesday Singers choir members also take part in Timebuilders activities. You can find out more about Timebuilders by clicking on the link below.
Based at St Paul's church, Masbrough Community Choir was formed in 2016 to give people from the local community an opportunity to enjoy singing together. It rehearses on Monday evenings between 7:00 and 8:30 p.m. in St Paul's. The choir sings a variety of music, both popular and classical, and performs regular concerts in St Paul's church, at Rotherham MInster and at other locations in the local community.
Masbrough community choir is open to anyone, regardless of singing experience. No prior musical training is required, and there is no audition.
The choir is a welcoming group where members are able to form friendships, have fun and enjoy singing together. Choir members also meet together for social activities.
If you are interested in joining, or just want to know more, please visit the community choir facebook page, using the link below, or contact