St. Paul Announces Tom Guth to be New Organist

St. Paul is excited to announce that Tom Guth will become the church’s new organist beginning in worship on February 3.
“We are thrilled to be able to bring Tom onto the St. Paul staff,” said Laurel Wolfenden chairperson of the hiring committee.  “His personality and energy will be a great addition to our music team.”
 
Danny Frank, the Director of Music and Worship said, “Tom is one of the finest musicians in the tristate area. In addition to being a talented and experienced organist, Tom is also a very accomplished cellist.”
 
A graduate of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Tom brings with him more than twenty years of experience as a church organist and accompanist. As a cellist, Tom currently plays with four organizations including the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra where he is the Principal Cellist.
 
“I’m excited to be starting in a new church and looking forward to meeting new people,” Tom said. “I’ve worked with Danny for several years and I’m eager to collaborate with him in this new role.”
 
Tom’s duties will include playing the organ for all worship services and accompanying the Chancel Choir and vocal and instrumental soloists.
 
Joining Tom at St. Paul will be his wife, Beth, and their three children Meredith (11), Jack (9), and Gretchen (7). They are looking to integrating their family into the church.
 
If you are interested in the music ministry of St. Paul, consider contacting Danny Frank about sharing your own musical talents. Also be sure that you are subscribed to receive email updates about the church’s concert series, St. Paul Presents. If you are already subscribed to our email list, click the “update your preferences” link at the end of an email.