Mill Hill Chapel hosts many Organ recitals and continues to affirm the importance of music in worship.
The Organ in Mill Hill Chapel.
Mill Hill Chapel houses one of the finest organs in the city. Its pipework is housed in twin chambers, occupying each side of the chancel. Built by Norman & Beard in 1910, it has been skilfully enhanced and enlarged, under the supervision of the late organist Anthony Norcliffe, by the firm of J.M. Spink & Son, to produce a comprehensive instrument of 53 stops, well suited to producing sound-colours for any period of organ music appropriately and effectively.
Some Unitarian Hymn Writers
Sarah Flower Adams d.1848 Nearer my God to Thee
Ambrose Nicolls Blatchford d.1924 A Gladsome Hymn of Praise we Sing
Sir John Bowring d.1872 In the Cross of Christ I Glory
Oliver Wendell Holmes d.1894 Lord of all Being, Thorned Afar
Samual Johnson d.1882 City of God, How Broad and Far
Samuel Longfellow d.1892 Holy Spirit, Truth Divine
Love Maria Willis d.1908 Father Hear the Prayer we Offer