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PAM News

Survey of Church Musician Salary Information

November 16, 2022 The Presbyterian Association of Musicians is conducting a survey to gather information about the salaries of church musicians of any denomination. The results of the survey will be reported early 2023. Our hope is that this information will act as a resource for churches and musicians. 

The survey takes about ten minutes. Your participation in this survey is voluntary and your responses are confidential. 

Please share with professional church musicians of all denominations, as this is not limited to Presbyterians.

To take the survey, click the button below. Deadline is January 31st. 



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  • Becoming a member of PAM gives you instant access to these valuable benefits which will improve your worship planning for any size church in any location with information addressing new and old issues facing all denominations.

  • Choir directors, worship musicians, organists, Christian educators, artists, clergy, and lay people will find PAM to be a valuable resource for creative and collaborative worship planning.

  • PAM is not just for Presbyterians. Other denominations find our resources, conferences, and publications helpful in their service to God. Our members represent multiple denominations including Methodist, Baptist, Episcopalian, Lutheran, United Church of Christ, Unitarian, and Mennonite!  

Mission Statement:

The Presbyterian Association of Musicians believes that formative and collaborative experiences with God and neighbor nurture relationships and create community




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