Joshua Wortham

Joshua Nash Wortham is a native of Kentucky where he received a Bachelor of Music in Church Music (Vocal Emphasis) from Campbellsville University in May 2004.

During his college career, Joshua was a member of the University Chorale, Chamber Choir and Handbell Choir (all auditioned ensembles) as well as the opera workshop performing the roles of Guglielmo (Mozart’s Cosi fan Tutte) and Frank (Strauss’ Die Fledermaus). As a sophomore, he was featured as a solo pianist accompanied by the CU Concert Band. In May 2004, Joshua co-directed a performance tour with the Chamber Project throughout Brazil. This group gave the international premier of his choral suite, “Generations Sing Praise.” During the summer months, Joshua was active with Kadasha, the praise and worship ministry for the Southeastern Jurisdiction of the United Methodist Church based at Lake Junaluska, NC.

He currently serves as the Music Director and Organist for Chester United Methodist Church.  In 2007, Joshua founded the Chester Community Chorus in an effort to enrich cultural life in Chesterfield County.  In his free time, Joshua enjoys working with community theater with Henrico Theater Company and at the Fort Lee Playhouse.