Year of Music

Year of Music 2020: 

Sadly many events which were scheduled for this year had to be cancelled due to the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic

Vox Chamber Choir

Vox Chamber Choir Christmas Concert, Sat 12 December, exact time TBC, at St Thomas'

Well known vocal ensemble, the Vox Chamber Choir, will be performing an uplifting selection of Christmas music - just what we all need to cheer us up this year.  Formed in 2002, now under the directorship of Rob Lewis, Vox is a group of around 20 experienced singers from in and around the Farnham area. 

Watch this space for more information

       Graham Kendrick

An Evening with Graham Kendrick:

NEW DATE ANNOUNCED in 2021: 20th February 2021 7.30pm at St Thomas'.

Graham has been described as “a father of modern worship music”. For more than 30 years Graham has been at the forefront of Christian music in the UK having written and recorded hundreds of songs, many of which are well known around the world, including Shine Jesus Shine, Knowing You, The Servant King and Amazing Love. This concert with Graham and his band promises to be one of the most intimate and memorable ever held at St Thomas-on-The Bourne and early booking is strongly advised.

Tickets £20. Please click here for tickets...

Michael Card Concert: POSTPONED UNTIL END MAY 2021, 7.30pm at St Thomas'

Michael Card is widely regarded as one of America’s finest Christian singer/songwriters. His worship songs have won awards around the world and with over forty albums and 20 books to his name, it goes without saying his repertoire is extensive. The quality of Michael's material is evidenced on many of his recordings with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, whilst his acoustic tracks bring an intimate feeling that quite simply leaves the listener wanting more! This concert is part of Michael's UK tour and not to be missed.

Tickets £12 (£8 U/16s). Cash bar available. For bookings please phone: 07957 302922 or visit



 ZIMBE! (pronounced Zimbay) is a vibrant sequence of twelve African and Gospel songs charting the day in the life of an African village. An incredible, lively musical performance written by English composer Alexander L’Estrange and brought to life by a collective of local schools. This rousing yet moving show captures the spirit and energy of African music in all its genres. These local performers know you’re going to love it and, can’t wait to share it with you!

Tickets £10 (U/16 £5) Please click here for tickets...