Raymond Glover Grant for Episcopal Liturgical Music

Honoring one of the co-founders of the Association of Anglican Musicians, the Raymond Glover Grant for Music in Episcopal Liturgy will be given to someone working in an Episcopal Church for the purpose of further developing their skills in the area of music and its integral connection to the liturgies in The Book of Common Prayer. Areas of study might include, but are not limited to:

  • Working with an AAM member who is well-versed in Episcopal liturgical style on worship planning, service playing, or developing stronger congregational singing 
  • Composition of new service music and hymnody for use in the liturgies of the Church 
  • A project, perhaps as part of a sabbatical, which contributes to academic understanding of liturgy and music in the Anglican tradition.


Application Form

The Glover Grant includes a year of Affiliate membership in AAM if the successful applicant is not already a member. Applicants should send a letter detailing their proposal and their c.v.  All applications will be reviewed by AAM’s Grants Committee.  Applications will be accepted until October 15, and a decision will be announced on November 15. The 2023 grant recipient will receive $3,500.

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