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Celebrating Black History Month #14

Mark Miller serves on the faculty at both Drew University and Yale University, where he teaches sacred music and worship. He is also the Minister of Music at Covenant United Methodist Church in Plainfield, New Jersey. Between 2002 and 2007, he was Director of Contemporary Worship at the Marble Collegiate Church in New York; and from 1999 to 2001, he was Music Associate and Assistant Organist of The Riverside Church in New York City.

Mark received his Bachelor of Arts in Music from Yale and his Master of Music in Organ Performance from Julliard. Mark is well known throughout the United Methodist Church as a composer, arranger, organist, pianist, adult and youth choir director, worship leader, teacher and performer of sacred music.

He is equally at home in the classics, jazz, pop, gospel, hip-hop and hymns. Since 1997, he has performed concerts and directed conferences at churches internationally and across the United States. In April 2008, Mark was the Director of Music for the General Conference of the United Methodist Church in Forth Worth, Texas. Mark Miller's hymns, songs' and settings in Worship & Song include:

  • 3001, O for a thousand tongues to sing
  • 3011, All my days
  • 3071, The Lord’s Prayer
  • 3120, Amazing abundance
  • 3122, Christ has broken down the wall
  • 3148, There’s a Spirit of love in this place
  • 3152, Welcome
  • 3154, Draw the circle wide