Methodist congregation benefits from LDS organist's abilities

When he was a 12-year-old deacon in Midvale, Utah, Neil Harmon's piano teacher encouraged him to learn to play the organ for priesthood meeting.

Three decades later, he's still playing.

Every Sunday morning, as well as for special services, Brother Harmon is at the organ at Grace United Methodist Church in downtown Wilmington, Del., where he is employed full time. Besides providing organ solos, interludes and accompaniment for services, his weekly duties include conducting three hand bell choirs and a semi-professional choir.

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