Adult Choirs

Church Choir







The church choir sing for the Parish Eucharist for most weeks of the year, as well as for regular services of Choral Evensong, and other liturgies to mark the seasons of the year. They are supported by four paid section leaders who, along with the volunteers, make up a very friendly and sociable choir with a high-quality and consistent output. The choir does not rehearse during the week, and so membership from those that cannot commit to every performance is warmly encouraged.

The choir has a wide repertoire, from plainsong to new compositions, and the church benefits from a fine acoustic in which to sing. They perform in concerts (LINK to Concerts) at All Saints’, and recent performances have included Vaughan Williams’ Five Mystical Songs and Duruflé’s Requiem. Future concerts include Britten’s Ceremony of Carols, and Handel’s Messiah to mark the church’s 150th anniversary in 2024. The choir also performs away from Putney. They have sung services in Southwark and Peterborough Cathedrals, and upcoming visits include Guildford Cathedral and the Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace.

The choir is un-auditioned, but an ability to read music is necessary. If you wish to find out more, or try the choir out, please contact the Director of Music, Alex:

Our typical schedule is:

09:30  Rehearsal

10:30   Parish Eucharist


16:30   Rehearsal

18:00   Choral Evensong

Scores and recordings are made available in advance of each performance, and there are additional services for Easter, Christmas and other feasts.

The choir’s paid Section Leaders ensure that there is consistency from week to week, and to allow a flexible membership of the volunteers. There are currently no vacancies, but if you would like to join the list of deputies, please email the Director of Music: You can read more about the section leaders here. (Link to music team)


1885 Singers

The 1885 Singers is a community choir run by Alison Hunka, and is based at All Saints’ Church. It was founded in 1997 and has grown in both size and reputation, covering a range of repertoire. The choir gives four concerts a year, with usually a four-week rehearsal period. It is a community choir in every respect, with an open invitation to anyone who would like to join in.

For information about the next concert and details of previous works performed please visit



The Treblemakers is a choir for children aged 7-11. Click here (LINK) for more details.