Links are provided below to our national website, local chapters, local institutions with items of interest to organists and organizations which share a common mission with the AGO.

American Guild of Organists National Web Site –

The purpose of the American Guild of Organists is to promote the organ in its historic and evolving roles, to encourage excellence in the performance of organ and choral music, and to provide a forum for mutual support, inspiration, education, and certification of Guild members.

Lincoln, Nebraska Chapter of the American Guild of Organists –

South Dakota Chapter of The American Guild of Organists – 

River City Theatre Organ Society

Organ Historical Society –
An international organization that seeks members from all levels of interest in the organ, including those who listen to play, build, or study the organ as an avocation or profession. The Society promotes a widespread musical and historical interest in American organbuilding through collection, preservation, and publication of historical information, and through recordings and public concerts.

Associated Pipe Organ Builders of America –
A professional association of North American firms engaged in building traditional pipe organs. Members of APOBA are a select group of organbuilders who have passed stringent membership requirements. These requirements include commitment to principles regarding the use of electronic technology in pipe organ building. Our site offers a wealth of information to help you in purchasing or renovating a pipe organ, or simply learning more about the fascinating art of pipe organ building.

National Association of Pastoral Musicians – 
The National Association of Pastoral Musicians fosters the art of musical liturgy. The members of NPM serve the Catholic Church in the United States as musicians, clergy, liturgists, and other leaders of prayer.

Choristers Guild –
Choristers Guild, a Christian Organization, enables leaders to nurture the spiritual and musical growth of children and youth.

Presbyterian Association of Musicians –
Worship is the human response to God’s grace and infinite love. It is central to the life of Christ’s church. Music is one of the integral elements of our worship. Acting on these convictions, the Presbyterian Association of Musicians energetically promotes and teaches the language of faith through worship so that all of God’s people, young and old, are vitally involved in singing, praying, proclaiming and living the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

United Church of Christ Musicians Association –
The United Church of Christ Musicians Association, Inc. is a self-supporting association of, by and for musicians serving UCC churches across the United States. We are colleagues, both lay and clergy, seeking to help each other as we live out our call to minister through music.

Association of Lutheran Church Musicians –
ALCM stands as a strong and successful service and professional organization, with membership close to 1500, dedicated to the cause of strengthening the ministry of music in the Lutheran Church. It serves through a wide range of publications, conferences, and local, regional and national events. Membership is drawn from all major Lutheran bodies and is open to all church musicians, full-time and part-time, and to others who share the goals of the body.

Association of Anglican Musicians – 
The Association of Anglican Musicians is an organization for professional musicians and clergy who are members of the Anglican Communion or who work in a cathedral or parish within the Communion.