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Jacob Weber

Jacob Weber is the associate editor of music/worship at Concordia Publishing House. A prolific composer, Jacob holds degrees in church music (organ) from Bethany Lutheran College and Concordia University Wisconsin. Previously, he served as kantor at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Dearborn, Michigan.

Recent Posts by Jacob Weber

Five Simple Ways for Church Organists to Improve Their Playing

Between learning music for each week, leading rehearsals, teaching, and keeping up with regular life responsibilities, it can be hard for working church musicians to focus on their musical growth. But growing as a musician is one of the most important and fun parts of your work. So how do you make it happen?

Here are some simple ways to keep your musical growth a priority as you keep up your regular responsibilities at church.

4 Ways to Incorporate Music into Sunday School

With such a short amount of time for instruction, Sunday School teachers can find it difficult to fit music into class time. Especially challenging is having the music support and add value to the existing curriculum. Here are some ideas you can share with teachers at your church for smoothly incorporating music into Sunday School in a meaningful way.