|You are invited to see what is being planned for the Southminster Organs as the Organ Renovation Committee embarks on a year of work to repair the water damage, make electrical upgrades, and install pipe work that we now have in storage.|
The Gallery Organ has returned to its home in the back balcony and it is ready to lead worship for the next few months while the Chancel Organ is removed and sent back for repairs. The organ chambers in the front will be cleaned and repainted during this period and several improvements will be made. Come up to the balcony and see the newly reinstalled organ and see the work that was done!
|Installation of Gallery Organ|
|The PURPOSE of our Music Ministry is threefold:|
Service Participation in a bell team or choir affords learning, fellowship and personal satisfaction. While these are important, our primary purpose is to serve and glorify God with the gift of music God has given us. The most committed member is one who understands the true purpose for participating in an ensemble.
Leadership While our primary purpose is service, our primary responsibility is leadership. The choirs do not perform to entertain, but to lead in worship, through congregational song and through offerings of anthems and service music.
Musical Excellence We are called to give God our best in everything we do. This includes our participation in the music program. We are not professional ensembles, but volunteers with professional standards. We can strive for musical excellence only through commitment, hard work, and adequate preparation.
Richard Pinkerton, Minister of Music and Fine Arts - firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Flynn, Minister of Music Emeritus
Alison Peters, Music Secretary - email@example.com
Music Fax: 412.341.2430
|The music support staff at Southminster include Cyndy Donahoe, Betsy Charles, Carol Walton, Alison Peters, Essi Efthimiou and Nancy Karras.|| |