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What is a Wrenathon Volunteer?

As part of the Wren300 Square Mile churches program, the Wrenathon vocal music marathon featuring hundreds of singers from over twelve community choirs across nine city churches.

With gospel, a cappella, pop, immersive choral theatre, global and folk song, classical choral music and featuring vocalists young and old, this vocal music marathon brings together singers of all styles to showcase the breadth of community singing today.

As we celebrate the joyful, healing and uplifting spirit of singing together in the City churches of Sir Christopher Wren, the musical programs also highlight pressing social issues including climate crisis in Earth Makes No Sound, and acknowledge Wren’s links to transatlantic slavery and colonialism in a special collaboration between NewYVC and Adisa.

All performances are 25 minutes long, allowing 20 minutes for audiences to journey on to their next church.

All performances and venues are relaxed environments. This means that we have a relaxed attitude to noise and movement throughout the Wrenathon: A Vocal Marathon, and people are free to come-and-go as they choose.

We are looking for a group of volunteers who can help out and make the day a success!


What’s in it for you?

  • Meeting new people and working as part of a small and friendly team.
  • Being a part of the momentous national celebration of Sir Christopher Wren and Wren 300 project activities.
  • Full list of expenses will be shared when signing up.


Wren300 and the Square Mile Churches

Wren300 is a national tercentenary celebration of Sir Christopher Wren (1632-1723) - Mathematician, Astronomer and one of the country’s most distinguished Architects, best known for the design of many London churches, including St Paul’s Cathedral. He was a founder of the Royal Society, and his scientific work was highly regarded by Sir Isaac Newton. Organisations are coming together to celebrate his life and legacy including the London Diocesan Fund (LDF). With funding from National Lottery Heritage Fund, the Diocese of London is undertaking a series of special projects and cultural and conservation-based activities across 2023 including education visits for Primary School children.

Wheelchair accessible
Family friendly