Rev. Caleb Williams, an ordained deacon in the United Methodist Church, is a conductor, composer, and worship leader based in Michigan. Over his 15 years of music ministry, Caleb has led programs of choral and instrumental music that encompass traditional, contemporary, and emerging styles. He holds both Master of Divinity and Master of Sacred Music degrees from Boston University. He received his Bachelor of Music in Music Education from Western Michigan University, where he toured internationally with both the University Chorale and the renowned vocal jazz ensemble Gold Company.
Caleb studied choral conducting with Ann Howard Jones, Scott Allen Jarrett, James Bass and Joshua Rifkin.
As a vocalist, Caleb sings both choral and solo music. A bass-baritone soloist, he has sung oratorio, vocal jazz, and new commissions.
Caleb is a multi-instrumentalist, having begun his musical life as a drummer. In college, he fell in love with song, pairing rhythm, melody, and text.
He also composes for choir and congregation. His writing habit has grown into a collection of prayers and other liturgical texts.