Organ Music

It is hard to believe we are already approaching summer! We have some notable liturgical Sundays occurring right now, so I thought I would briefly share a musical insight for each.

For Ascension, hymns like "A Hymn of Glory Let Us Sing" celebrate Christ's triumphant return to heaven with majestic and uplifting melodies.

Pentecost features vibrant and dynamic compositions such as "Come, Holy Ghost, God and Lord," which evoke the transformative power of the Holy Spirit.

Holy Trinity Sunday, which reflects on the mystery of the triune God, includes profound hymns like "Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty," exploring the unity and diversity within God's nature. These specific hymns enrich our worship and deepen our engagement with the Scripture.

Also, please join us for the first concert in our Summer Jazz Series on Sunday, June 2nd at 7 p.m.!

In Christ, Zach Hastings Director of Music

Zach Hastings, Director of Music at Pacific Hills Lutheran Church Zach Hastings is the Director of Music at Pacific Hills Lutheran Church in Omaha Nebraska

Zach studied organ performance at Iowa State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music in 2016. He has been an organist, bell choir director, and director of worship primarily in the central Iowa area. He continually seeks opportunities to grow as a musician through various conferences and seminars. Zach currently serves on the Central Iowa American Guild of Organists (AGO) Executive Committee, and on the American Guild of Organists Young Organists (AGOYO) National Board.