David Turner Headshot

David Turner is the Minister of Music and Worship at Ebenezer where he is the primary service musician and accompanist and director for the adult, children’s, and handbell choirs.

David has presented workshops and sessions throughout the southeast on service playing and improvisation to organists and other instrumentalists including The Fellowship of United Methodist Musicians of South Carolina, The Governor’s School for Arts and Humanities, and the Greenville, SC chapter of the AGO and is currently involved with the Columbia, SC chapter. David’s work beyond the bench extends to Cange Haiti with the Lila Duo through which he co-founded The Haiti Music Project.

He is also an active member of the South Carolina Philharmonic and serves as the President of the Board of Directors.

In addition to musical accolades, David received the prestigious Eagle Scout award. He also serves on the Marketing Committee for the Main Street District in Columbia, SC. A graduate of the 2018 Leadership South Carolina class, David has worked in development and community engagement for various non-profit organizations in The Midlands. Additionally, as the  Director of Marketing for LTC Hospitality, David leads a team that makes Columbia’s restaurant and hospitality scene the place to be.  In their free time, you’ll find David and his husband Mitchell on Main Street with their overly spoiled dog, Henry.



David E. Turner, Artistic Director
Joan Van SchaikPresident

Brenda Argoe
Howard Seale
Kristin Lynch
Hayden Graham
Emily Thomas
Nathan Jones
Carolyn Traylor
Colleen Siniard
Ginger Robinson

Ex Officio
Phil Bingenheimer, Financial Recorder
Beth Mays, Treasurer
Catherine Muller, President Emeritus
James H. Johnson, Director Emeritus
Diane Jones, Archivist


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