Calling musicians and singers of all abilities to our Annual Christmas Jam Session. An evening of expressing your musicality and a chance to collaborate with other musicians. If you just want to come and have a chilled evening meeting new people and listen to some great music, please feel welcome. Looking forward to seeing you there on the 27th December 2016 at 6pm.
Previous Jam footage

"The keyboard is an instrument that helps to provide the ‘body’ or fullness to the sound of a band. Whilst the Drums, Bass and Guitar focuses more on the beat the keyboard is flexible to either add to the beat or provide a pad. The way the keyboard is played depends on the style of the keyboardist and the tune being played. A good keyboardist would be flexible to be able to adapt to whatever tune is being played and also fit in with rest of the band." Philip Barclay - Music Director.

The drums is the heartbeat of the band and without the drums there's no life. So come and join us, bring your drum kit and experiences. So what can you share with us? Well let me think e.g. grooves, rudiments, drum tuning and cymbal collection and many more. Also you can come with your drumming questions as myself or others may be able to help you.

  • Do you enjoy drumming?
  • Would you like to take part in our Annual Christmas Jam Session?
  • Do you want to share your talent on drums?

By Stephen Cooper - Drummer

"God has blessed us with the beautiful gift of music. I started my guitar journey at the age of 14 and I was self taught. As with learning any instrument, it requires discipline and commitment. Playing guitar allows me to express the creative part of me, whether playing rhythm or lead guitar. Collaborating with other musicians is a great way to develop your own playing and to have fun. So please join us on 27th December for some fun where we can trade some licks and create music that moves the soul." By Pastor Charles Campbell.

"The bass is a foundational part of the band, so the bass player has a huge responsibility-holding everything together. There is a greater reliance on the bass in modern worship today, nevertheless the responsibility of the bass player is to serve, not only the song but also the other band members. I have been playing the bass now for 41 years and am blessed that in all of those years I have played in a fantastic worship band. It is with great anticipation that I look forward to another Christmas jam session where you will hear some fantastic musicianship." By Eddie Campbell - Bassist.