Dear Ambrose: I serve at a small church and have few organ skills. I have a small choir and virtually no music budget. Help!
Dear Desperate: We feel your pain. Here are a couple of ideas:
St. James Music Press (www.sjmp.com) is a subscription based website that has hundreds of choral anthems, organ and handbell pieces, and even brass part. For $139 per year you can access their entire catalogue of music.
You can find some basic information about the organ here: https://organistsonline.org/for_pianists/page1.html
This site is primarily for pianists who find themselves needing to play the organ. The website covers a basic description of the organ, ways of accompanying a congregation, and some downloadable music.
For churches with no budget for music you might want to take a look at this website: http://www.small-choirs.org.uk/index.html. The site contains hundreds of free, downloadable anthems primarily for choir with sopranos, altos, and a few men. There are some unison and SATB pieces as well.
We hope these are helpful to you.