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First Chapter Meeting This Sunday!

We hope you will join us this weekend for the first program of the season. This event will also be live-streamed by St. Mark's ELC for those that aren't able to attend in person. You will hear a message from our chapter leadership about what you can expect from the Jax AGO this year and in the years to come, and meet other new and returning members before and after the concert.* It's shaping up to be a wonderful event!


Our Chapter Directory will also be finalized and released this Sunday, so be sure to check the previous email from us and ensure your contact info is correct.


*Due to the current state of COVID numbers in Duval County we will not be holding a formal reception at this event, but there will still be time to greet one another and catch up a bit!

Partnering´╗┐ with the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra

This season we are partnering with the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra to promote the 2021-2022 Concert Organ Series. Throughout the year we will be offering a pair of tickets to each of the three organ concerts. You first chance to win will be during a random door prize drawing this Sunday! Be sure to take a ticket when you enter. The drawing is FREE and the winner will receive two tickets to the October 15 Organ Chamber Concert.

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Welcoming our newest Executive Committee Member

We welcome Steve Wickersham to the Executive Committee for the rest of this program year to fill the vacancy left by our newly-appointed Sub-Dean. Steve has served the chapter and our city in a number of ways over the years, and has always worked to promote the organ and organ music across our region. Steve has been a welcome driving force in our relationship with the Jax Symphony.

Karen Phillips Organ Recital

A Invitation from Karen, one of our Members-At-Large:


You are all cordially invited to my organ recital, to be held Sunday, October 10 at 3:00.

Location: Ortega United Methodist Church at 4807 Roosevelt Blvd, 32210.

In addition to the usual pieces, their Church organist, Charlie Mann and I are playing a duet written for 4 hands and feet on the organ, and Charlie will also play a solo.

Hope to see you there!