You Choose The Hymns!

view As Part of our 150th Anniversary Celebration…

you could try here On Pentecost Sunday, May 15th, the worship service will feature the congregation’s favorite hymns of all time! 

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Here are some of the results after Week Three:

http://www.gfimmobilier.ch/32283-dtf94800-combien-coute-un-site-internet-de-rencontre.html …Down the stretch they come!

  • “Here I Am, Lord” is at the lead and continues to pull apart from the pack
  • “Lord of the Dance” ‘two-steps’ into second place and just a nose ahead of “Amazing Grace”
  • New entry “On Eagles’ Wings” comes out of nowhere and is swooping quickly along the inside rail…

THE DETAILS:

(from 4/17/16)

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This is your chance to select the hymns that will be included in our Pentecost Sunday Worship Service that will celebrate the Music of our Ages!

HOW IT WORKS:

  1. Make sure you’re at Sunday Worship in April!  Each Sunday you will get a “ballot” in your bulletin that includes 5 chances to vote. Perfect attendance on all four Sunday mornings in April will give you twenty (20) votes!
  2. Vote for your favorite hymns!  This can be ANY hymn that you desire. It doesn’t have to be in our current hymnal, it can be from a hymnal in the past. And it doesn’t have to be from a Presbyterian Hymnal – this is an Interdenominational event. You can vote for five different hymns each Sunday, or you can boost your favorites by voting multiple times for the same hymn.
  3. Be here on Pentecost Sunday, May 15th!  All the ballots submitted during the worship services in April will be tallied and the hymns receiving the most amount of votes will be sung during worship!

REMEMBER: YOU HAVE TO COME TO WORSHIP TO GET A BALLOT AND VOTE!

See you in church…  

 

SOME FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

“How come I get five votes per ballot?”

Who has just one favorite hymn?  (And, if you do have just one favorite, you can boost its popularity by voting for it five times!)

 

“How many hymns will be chosen?”

As many as can fit within a one hour worship service…  It depends on how many verses we use, but there will be at least 10…maybe more?  Better get your singing voice ready!