ALCM thrives because of the dedication of its volunteers. Here are just a few ways that you can get involved:
- Run for national or regional office
- Become a mentor
- Host an ALCM event at your church/institution
- Join a conference planning committee
- Write an article for CrossAccent or contribute to In Tempo
- Give a gift membership in ALCM
- Promote ALCM at local gatherings of musicians
- Represent ALCM at synod, district, or other meetings
If you would like to get more involved in the organization, contact us by e-mail or by phone at 800-624-2526.
Become a Member
Membership in ALCM is open to any person or congregation/institution that has an interest in the goals of the organization. Your partnership and participation in ALCM helps us fulfill our mission to nurture and equip musicians to serve and lead the church’s song. Learn more about becoming a member.
Attend an ALCM-Sponsored Event
Whether it is our national conference or a small one-day workshop, ALCM events offer unique opportunities to learn from fellow musicians, to share ideas, to be inspired, and to catch up with old friends and make new ones. Learn more about our upcoming events.
Make a Donation
Membership fees provide the largest source of income for ALCM, but we also rely on the additional income provided by our generous donors. Consider making a donation in addition to your membership fees. If you know someone who might be willing to support the goals of ALCM by making a monetary contribution, please contact us by e-mail or by phone at 800-624-2526. Donations may be made by mail:
Association of Lutheran Church Musicians
810 Freeman Street
Valparaiso, IN 46383
Contribute to ALCM Publications
ALCM’s journal CrossAccent has a long history of providing both scholarly and practical articles on a variety of topics related to worship and music. In Tempo focuses provides practical aids for church musicians.
Are you an established or budding composer? Share your works with other ALCM members by submitting your compositions for posting in the Members Area of the web site.