B. Fuhrer maintains an active role in the congregation of St.
Paul Lutheran Church, New Cumberland, PA. Having grown up in
this church, his list of activities includes being a past member
of the Carol, Cherub and Chapel choirs, as well as serving
in the chancel as an acolyte and crucifer. He is one of the
original members of the Bell Choir, serves as an Assistant
Minister, Chancel choir member and is a part of the Worship & Music
committee. He continues to assist in the acolyte training classes
and is currently working to start a men’s choir that
will sing several times through the year.
is a past member of church council where he served two of those
years as Vice President. He has immersed himself in the history
of St. Paul and continues to compile reference information
on the building and congregation events, past and present.
You also will see him whenever food is the subject—whether
it be running the grill at the Apple Festival or cooking eggs
at the men’s breakfast. He earned his eagle Scout award
while growing up in Troop 82.
also sings in the 65-voice Trinity Lutheran Church Chancel
Choir. Trinity is located in Camp Hill, a community adjacent
to New Cumberland. Bill’s long time organ, piano and
voice teacher, the late Robert W. Nelson, directed Trinity’s
Music Program for many years. This music program continues
to be one of the most dynamic church music programs in all
is an accomplished organist and has written several compositions
for organ that have recently been picked up by MorningStar
Music for publication. He has recorded and published several
CDs that are sold at gift shops in Ocean City, Maryland. Bill
currently works as an Account executive for the Drexel Group
in Camp Hill.
music by William B. Fuhrer