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Desperately. Seeking. Organists!

Even though the use of the organ in some churches is passé, there still seems to be a need for organists in others. And it seems that organists are on their way of going the way of the dodo bird, … Continue reading

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Into the lion’s den

Today I was the guest organist at Kilohana Methodist Church, and when I walked in, I felt like I was walking into a lion’s den. You see, it has been just about forty years that I’ve played a service in … Continue reading

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Organists don’t retire . . .

Organists don’t retire — they just keep substituting! Even before the tragic event of her husband’s death, Margaret Lloyd had contracted me to play the 7 am service at Central Union Church some time ago since she was still going … Continue reading

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A litany of saints

St. Theresa . . . St. Christopher . . . St. Clement . . .  St. Andrew. No, I’m not reciting a random list of saints — this is the list of churches for which I have been asked to … Continue reading

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