Herring Pavilion, Daniel Music Building
Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina
Saturday, May 7, 2005
This singing uses The Sacred Harp (1991), and The Christian Harmony (1873/1994).
First morning session: Sacred Harp.
Chairman Frances Carnell called the singing to order, leading
Opening prayer, John Plunkett.
34t-The Gospel Pool, Frances Carnell
31b-Webster, Lee Rogers
475-A Thankful Heart
479-Chester, Dan Huger
492-Invocation (2nd), John Plunkett
474-Mount Desert, Judy Mincey
38t-Winter, David Farmer
567-The Great Day
155-Northfield, Bill Burns
In business session, the previous year's officers were reelected:
Committees were appointed:
Second morning session: Christian Harmony.
245t-Bozrah, Mary Baumeister
Jean Osteen welcomed the singers to Furman.
171t-Sessions, Frances Carnell
204t-Prayer Meeting, Kitty Reusch
339-Samanthra, Diane Eskenasy
159t-The Saint's Delight, Caroline Parsons
185b-Corinth, Deborah Jones (with nephew, David Jones)
23b-Evening Hymn, John Hollingsworth
217-Jerusalem, Sara Jane Thomas
267-Louisiana, Jane Spencer
116t-The Finest Flower
Blessing, John Plunkett
First afternoon session, Sacred Harp.
99-Gospel Trumpet, Dan Huger
178-Africa, Victoria Eastland
274t-The Golden Harp, Stephen Eastland
215-New Topia, Frances Carnell
148-Jefferson, Jonathan Smith
85-The Morning Trumpet
51-My Home (1st), Leon Carnell
376-Help Me to Sing, Chris Carnell
86-Poland, John Plunkett
64-Nashville, Mary Baumeister
504-Wood Street, Deborah Jones
107-Russia, Steve Walker
Second afternoon session: Christian Harmony.
361t-The Good Shepherd, Dan Huger
140-Edom, Diane Eskenasy
28t-Mocksville, Kitty Reusch
381C-Twilight is Falling
191b-Oh! Turn, Sinner, Sara Jane Thomas
50-Cranbrook, Judy Mincey
136-Sherburne, Caroline Parsons
248b-Union, Jane Spencer
162t-Heavenly Light (Eden), Lee Rogers
267 (SH)-Parting Friends (1st) , David Farmer
Closing prayer, John Hollingsworth
It is a great room to sing in. The day was bright, but not too hot. There were about thirty-five singers at one time or the other....
Thank you again to Jean and John Gaston, for being such excellent hosts.
Minutes, thanks to Lee Rogers.