Vernon Hill is a Maryland native and graduate of the Shenandoah University Music Conservatory with a B.A. in Music Production and Engineering. Producer, musician, and songwriter Vernon Hill started at the early age of five where he began to learn the piano by playing by ear. At fifteen Vernon Hill started his career in music ministering as keyboardist with the Mount Pleasant Church and Ministries, Baltimore, MD.
Later, Vernon became the Assistant Music Director at Genesis Bible Fellowship. From there, he furthered his ministry to consult, instruct and coordinate other music ministries in the area of Praise & Worship. He currently is the Music Coordinator at First Christian Community Church of Annapolis, MD. Vernon Hill leads Nonrev Christian Music Productions with other singer/songwriters with music ministry experience in Praise & Worship, who come together to minister and create music that would edify the body of Christ in worship.
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