Enriching music in worship across the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich


Welcome ...

InHarmony is St Edmundsbury Cathedral's project to enrich music in worship in the churches across the Diocese of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich.

Following the publication of the InHarmony Report in January 2018, we have begun a programme of training events and resourcing, responding to the needs expressed in the survey, and encouraging new approaches to help parishes develop music in worship appropriate to their needs.

InHarmony is led by Richard Hubbard, St Edmundsbury & Ipswich Music Development Director. Richard brings a wealth of experience as a church musician and educator across a wide range of music and worship genres. He is also a Lecturer in Music and Worship at London School of Theology, and Artistic Director of Cantus Firmus Trust.

InHarmony has been made possible by the generous support of the Foundation of St Edmund.

Find out more ...


InHarmony Report

A survey of music for worship in the Diocese of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich

Now available!


InHarmony eNews is an email newsletter giving information about the project and details of relevant events.  It's a great way to keep touch with what's going on around the Diocese.

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We have earmarked the following dates for workshops and other events in 2019. Full details appear here as they become available.

23 February - Inspiring Music in Worship

23 March - Touching Heaven

6 April

22 June

21 September

12 October - Transform Your Carol Service

16 November

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Workshop Dates for 2019


Inspiring Music in Worship

Saturday 23 February 2019

10.00 am - 4.00 pm

St Michael & All Angels, Martlesham Heath

Booking deadline extended to Thursday 21 February



Touching Heaven

Saturday 23 March 2019

10.00 am -  4.00 pm

St Luke's. Beccles



Palms and Thorns

Reflections for Holy Week

in words and music

Sunday 14 April 2019

5.30 pm

St Edmundsbury Cathedral