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RSCM Scotland - serving Scottish churches and their musicians


Fàilte gu RSCM Alba / Welcome to RSCM Scotland

We are here to serve all the Churches in Scotland and to help you use music in worship more effectively. Whatever your style of worship and music, we can help you develop your skills and understanding, and to aim for contextual excellence.

Forthcoming events

November 2021
RSCM Director's Road Trip - Scottish Leg
Hugh Reid
  • Meet the Director - Friday 5 November 7.30 p.m.
    St Peter's Scottish Episcopal Church, 14 Lutton Place, Edinburgh, EH8 9PE
    RSCM Director Hugh Morris is visiting Scotland as part of his Director's Road Trip which will see him visit all 48 of the RSCM's UK areas.
    For this leg of his journey Hugh will be leading a "Meet the Director" event where there'll be opportunities for members to find out more about RSCM activity as well as ask Hugh questions.
    In addition, to celebrate Peter Nardone's Kilcreggan Mass, Hugh will be workshopping this during the session.
    Book your place here
  • Dunblane Singing Day - Saturday 6 November 11.00 a.m.
    Dunblane Cathedral, The Cross, Dunblane, Stirling, FK15 0AQ
    Get your tickets here
    The Dunblane Singing Day is going ahead!
    A wonderful opportunity for Scottish members and affiliates to come together for a Big Sing. A chance also for them to meet and sing under Hugh Morris, Director of RSCM in the matchless setting of Dunblane Cathedral. Music will all be taken from God's Church for God's World.

    Music includes: Halls Wash me throughly, Wesley Blessed be the God and Father, Shephard The secret of Christ, Ogden Christ is our corner-stone and a Prayer of Intercession using Ukuthula. There will be three rousing hymns to enjoy singing too.
    You can purchase your copies of God's Church for God's World here:

    This year's Dunblane Singing Day is going to follow a different timetable:
    10.30 a.m. - Registration
    11.00 a.m. - Rehearsal
    12.45 p.m. - Lunch (please bring a packed lunch or feel free to explore local options
    1.45 p.m. - Rehearsal
    3.00 p.m. - Break
    3.15 p.m. - Service
    4.00 p.m. - Finish & Refreshments

    Get your tickets here

Resources at this time

Our Area Team has been commissioned

Watch the video (featuring Matthew Beetschen, our Area Team Leader)

Support us

Join us

Invest in the future of church music by becoming a Member or Friend of the RSCM

Membership of the RSCM is an investment in the future of church music. The support of our members enables us to offer education and training courses, published resources, and activities for all those involved in music in worship. We believe that church music is important – and that we need to invest in it not only for the present, but also for the future.

We invite you to join us and help us to do even more to serve the Church and to encourage good music everywhere.

  • your church or community choir can affiliate to the RSCM
  • you can become an individual member
  • you can become a Friend of the RSCM

Affiliate / Individual Member

If you become an affiliate or an individual member, in addition to supporting our work, you will receive a number of membership benefits. More details can be found on the main RSCM website.

Friend of the RSCM

If you would like to support us in our work but do not wish to become a full Individual Member, you can become a Friend of the RSCM.

As a Friend you will receive Church Music Quarterly and the RSCM Newsletter each quarter to keep you informed as to what we are doing. Friends also receive The Network which gives details of locally-organised events. Many Friends support our work further by organising fund-raising activities.

Make a donation to RSCM Scotland

Please make a donation through PayPal to support the RSCM's work in Scotland.
You don't need a PayPal account to do this (click on "Don't have a PayPal account / Pay with a debit or credit card").

Please note that although for historical reasons the name of our PayPal account is "RSCM Scotland - DunblaneSB", all income goes to further the vital work of the RSCM in Scotland.