Daryl Hollinger is a worship consultant, composer and author. 

He is a Professor of Music at Columbia College where he teaches class piano, musicianship and music history. He is the director of the Columbia College Community Chorus, a forty-five member group which performs with orchestra throughout the year.

Daryl is the Director of Music at First Congregational United Church of Christ in Murphys California.  In the past he was the Dean of the Chapel, Organist and adjunct faculty member at Lancaster Theological Seminary. He served as the Minister of Music at St. Peter's United Church of Christ, Lancaster, Pennsylvania and has been active as a church musician for over thirty years.  

He was the Director of the Ephrata Cloister Chorus at the Historic Ephrata Cloister in Pennsylvania for 18 years, and has given concerts in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, England, Bulgaria as well as in the US.

Seminars and Workshops
As a frequent workshop and retreat leader, Dr. Hollinger engages attendees in both practical and theological experiences as he teaches creative worship, enlivening congregational song, and global music. The seminars he leads on pastor and church musician relations are a must for every congregation.  Visit the Seminars and Workshops page for a current listing of course offerings.
Compositions and Commissions
Daryl's compositions will delight you as he is able to create anthems for many venues. He is often commissioned by choral groups, congregations, national organizations and individuals. 

His anthems are accessible to singers and instrumentalists as well as appreciated by diverse audiences. His most recent set of compositions, From Every Corner: Diverse Organ Preludes, was published by Augsburg Fortress Press in March, 2006.

You can view Sheet Music or the Publications page for a full listing of titles.
Read feedback on Daryl's commissioned pieces of music here.

He holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from Temple University and has studied at the Moody Bible Institute, University of Montevallo, and Westminster Choir College.  He has served on the faculty of Southeastern Bible College, Reading Area Community College, and Eastern Mennonite University.