Peter Irvine, AOJN is an Episcopal priest and musician, currently serving as Chaplain of the Association of Church Musicians (Madison Chapter AGO) in the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee. He has written many psalm paraphrases and original hymn texts, as well as hymn tunes. He attended Pittsburgh Theological Seminary for six years and completed a Master of Divinity from General Theological Seminary in 2002. He also earned a Bachelor of Arts and Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Tennessee, where he was born and lived until 1982. He plays piano, organ, harpsichord, guitar, mountain dulcimer and tin whistle, and especially enjoys music with a Celtic flavor. He worked with Harry Plantinga beginning in 1993 to create the online editions of Southern Harmony (a 19th century shape-note hymnal) and the 1916 Episcopal Hymnal on the Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL), recording midi files for the more than 350 tunes in Southern Harmony. He also volunteers to enhance the hymnary.org database, with responsibility for hymnals of the Episcopal Church. He is an associate of the Order of Julian of Norwich (OJN), based in Antigo, Wisconsin, through which he met his wife Janet Marie Irvine, also an affiliate of OJN and a clinical psychologist.