Etowah United Methodist Church
Etowah, Henderson County, North Carolina
Saturday, 24 April, 2010
Two books were used: The Christian Harmony (Walker/Carolina book)
and Christian Harmony (Deason Parris revision, Alabama book - AL)
The songs are from The Christian Harmony (Carolina book) unless noted.
Scott Swanton welcomed the singers and
Jim North gave the opening prayer
Scott opened the singing with 21, Webster
381A, Not Made With Hands - Mary Baumeister
185b, Corinth - Dan Huger
64t, The Penitent's Prayer - June Jolley
67t, Peterboro - Don Wiley
91-AL, There is a Fountain - Jim North
67b, Dundee - Jean Allen
215t, In That Morning
June Jolley announced a new all-day singing at the Shook-Smathers House in
Clyde, to take place June 26th.
217, Jerusalem - Chris Wilhelm
26b, Ninety Third
253-AL, Is it Far? - Diane Eskenasy
55b, Idumea - Leslie Booher
189-AL, One by One - Ken George
274-AL, Mother Tell Me of the Angels
241, Missionary Hymn - Chris Berg
140, Edom - Julianne Wiley
159t, The Saint's Delight
Blessing - Dan Huger
135, Raymond - Scott Swanton (shapes, numbers, words)
24t, Volusia - Mary Baumeister
231t, King of Peace
360, The Saints Bound for Heaven - Dan Huger
380, Christian Song
170t, Refuge - Don Wiley
208b, French Broad - Chris Wilhelm
298-AL, My Shepherd Guides
89-AL, Northfield - Diane Eskenasy
145b, Bangor - Leslie Booher
316-AL, This Heavy Load - Ken George
372b-AL, I Won't Turn Back
208t, Kedron - Chris Berg
255t, Watchman - Julianne Wiley
Business Meeting: elections - Scott Swanton, president; Mary Baumeister,
secretary; Chris Wilhelm, hospitality.
Cummings Memorial Methodist Church in Horseshoe is interested in having us sing there this fall.
When the new combined Christian Harmony books become available the Etowah singing will purchase a carton (or more depending on price) for this singing to use as loaners.
200b, Parting Hand - Scott Swanton
Closing prayer - Diane Eskenasy
Minutes: Mary Baumeister
We had singers from North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.
Thanks to Etowah United Methodist Church allowing us to sing in this good space again.