William (Bill) Jenkins, Jr.
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Since his first piano lesson at age 6, Bill Jenkins has had an ongoing passion for playing the instrument. He obtained his B.A. from Loyola University Maryland in Fine Arts with a specialization in music. There, he studied piano performance under acclaimed pianist Lura Johnson.
After college and a year of teaching, Bill studied theology for three years and obtained the Masters of Divinity degree at the Reformed Episcopal Seminary, in suburban Philadelphia. He now teaches liturgical music there, directs the seminary choir, and serves as the seminary’s organist.
Bill has chaired the music department of a 2 day/week home school co-op in Carroll County as well as taught piano privately in Bel Air since 2008. He is the organist at Faith Anglican Church in Baltimore, where he has been a long-time member.
Currently, Bill is working on a Masters in Sacred Theology (STM) at the Lutheran Theological Seminary of Philadelphia, with an emphasis in Liturgical Music.