Judie Stebner

I began the study of the Organ at the age of 12 with Ida Benton Leirer at Frankford Memorial United Methodist Church.

I won a full paid Philadelphia Board of Education Scholarship and chose to attend The Philadelphia Conservatory of Music, now The University of The Arts, where I received my Bachelor of Music Degree. I studied organ with Robert Elmore, Robert Knox Chapman and Frederick Roye.

My first job, while a student, was at The Jenkintown United Methodist Church where I assisted Dr. Lois Hedner at the Organ and with the Choirs.

When I moved to Cumberland Maryland I became the Organist/Choir Master at the Historic Emmanuel Episcopal Church. While in Maryland I was elected to “Who’s Who Among Outstanding Young Women in America”.

Upon moving back to the Philadelphia area I served as Organist/Director of a graded Choir Program, singing and Hand Bells, at Jenkintown United Methodist Church, Johnson Memorial United Methodist Church, Langhorne United Methodist Church and Woodside Presbyterian Church.

For the past eight years I have been the Organist at St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church in Warminster and I am the Organist for the Chapel of The Four Chaplains, where I received The Legion Of Honor Award.

I am honored to have been a member of the Board of The Philadelphia Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.

I have been the Accompanist for the Oliver Heckman Elementary School Chorus in Langhorne for 20 years and have maintained a Piano/Organ Studio since being a freshman in College.

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