Mark Mummert (b. 1965) is Cantor at Trinity Lutheran Church (ELCA), Worcester, MA where he leads the music in all worship services, conducts the Trinity Choir, Trinity Choristers, Trinity Junior Choristers, and is artistic director of the Music at Trinity fine arts series. Prior to moving to Worcester, Mark was the 2015 Distinguished Visiting Cantor at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg. Mark served as the Director of Worship at Houston's Christ the King Lutheran Church (2008-2015) and as Seminary Musician at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (1990-2008).

Mark is the Artistic Director of Diamonds From the Dust Chamber Choir, a professional vocal ensemble based in Worcester. Mark is also a tenor chorister with CONCORA (Connecticut Choral Artists) and the Schola Cantorum of St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church in Worcester.

Mark is a composer of portions of the first musical setting of Holy Communion in Evangelical Lutheran Worship (2006), the commended worship book of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. He is the editor of Psalm Settings for the Church Year (2008, Augsburg Fortress) and Music Sourcebook for Lent and Three Days (2010, Augsburg Fortress). His numerous compositions for Christian worship are available from Augsburg Fortress

Mark's recording Reformation Chorales Reformed (2017) includes organ works by J. S. Bach, Mendelssohn, Distler, and Clarke. The album is available for download and for streaming on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, and Youtube. Numerous recordings are available at Mark's soundcloud site.

Mark was principal musician for the 2005 National Convention of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada, the 2007 ELCA Churchwide Assembly and Worship Jubilee, and visiting scholar for Emory University's Candler School of Theology's "The Singing Church" Project in 2012.

As a singer, Mark has performed professionally with the Choral Arts Philadelphia, the Bach Society Houston, and the Houston Chamber Choir. Mark's voice can be heard on the Grammy nominated recordings, soft blink of amber light and Rothko Chapel.

Mark studied organ with Earl Ness and John Binsfeld and voice with Robert Grooters at Temple University's Esther Boyer College of Music. He is currently pursuing vocal studies with Jane Shivick.

Mark maintains an active private studio of voice, piano, and organ students. For information on studying with Mark, contact him at TakeLessons.