Music Sunday with Baker Purdon

Join us for a worship experience that will restore your spirit and invigorate your mind.

Please click here to see the Order of Service.

In addition to attending in person, you can join us on Zoom HERE (passcode: sunday) or on YouTube Live HERE for better audio and video. (That is also the link to watch the recording.) You can also find us on our YouTube Live page: fellowship hour will be at the Zoom link.

Baker Purdon, USG’s Music Director, is a Ph.D. Student in Music Education and Choral Conducting at Temple University where he was awarded a University Fellowship. While at Temple, Baker was awarded the 2022 Presser Foundation Graduate Music Award which enabled him to record his debut album, Walking Through the Valley: Choral Music from Black Composers, 1919-2022. He was also named the inaugural Presser Foundation Graduate Music Fellow for 2022-2023. Baker’s research on the imposter syndrome in music education has received national attention and has been shared at conferences across the United States. In addition to his academic pursuits, Baker is the collaborative accompanist for the Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus and has been an active liturgical musician. He comes to us with a wealth of experience, a love for making meaningful music, and a commitment to help us reach our goal of creating a diverse and vibrant music program for all ages.