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  • Jeremiah 42:6
    "Whether it is pleasant or unpleasant, we will listen to the voice of the Lord our God to whom we are sending you, in order that it may go well with us, when we listen to the voice of the Lord our God."

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Sunday, January 03, 2010



Wish you'd had this idea last week!

Connie W

That looks fabulous, I would be there if I could!

Leslie From VA

I bet it sounded beautiful!


What a great time of fellowship. We are heading off to a Psalm singing this weekend.
Keep making a joyful noise!



Looks like it was a fun time and a good way to keep warm!


What a great idea, we will give that a try with our group :)

Susan P.

Y'all look like you are having so much fun!

Carol Blair

What were some of the hymns you sang?


Most of the songs we sing on Sunday mornings in the Trinity Hymnal are not as well known. Often I've never heard of them, but we are learning new ones a bit at a time.

So....the songs we selected for our afternoon sing were more the traditional ones I grew up with: Standing on the Promises, Praise Him Praise Him, Come Thou Fount, I Am Resolved, Higher Ground, Rejoice in the Lord Always, Nothing But The Blood, At Calvary, Be Thou My Vision, etc.

It was good to sing more familiar ones. My mom should have been here to hear them!


Wish we could bring our many instruments and join in! What fun.

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