Arthur G. Clyde
CLYDE, Arthur G. b. Bradford, Pennsylvania, 28 December 1940. A prominent United Church of Christ (UCC) musician and editor of The New Century Hymnal (Cleveland, 1995), Clyde attended Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pennsylvania (BA, in Sociology, 1963), with additional studies at Boyer College of Music and Dance, Temple University, Philadelphia (1963-64, 75-77). He was an English language teacher in Japan under the missions program of the Lutheran Church in America (1965-1968), taught music in the Spring-Ford School District in Royersford, Pennsylvania (1969-1977), and was music director at Zwingli UCC, Souderton [a Philadelphia suburb], (1972-1992).
In 1991 he joined the UCC...
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