Daily Downbeat: Wednesday, June 28

Organ and Chamber Choir Concert Tonight

Dr. Eileen Guenther will open the program at Waynesville First UMC this evening with an organ recital followed by the Chamber Choir, under the direction of Kevin Riehle on the second half of the program. The concert begins at 7:30 pm and an offering will be received to support the maintenance of the organ at First Church. Checks should be made payable to The Fellowship.

If you need a ride or can take additional persons in your car to the concert, please leave that information in the Event Office following worship this morning.

The church is located at 566 South Haywood Street. Directions from Lake Junaluska: take a right onto US 19. At the 1st stoplight, turn left onto US 276. At the 9<th stoplight, turn right onto Brammer, which becomes Haywood. After the 2nd stoplight, go 2 blocks to FUMC. Parking is on Academy Street.

Update on new UM Hymnal

Rev. Jackson Henry, lead staff member from the Discipleship Ministries who is charged with the development of the new United Methodist Hymnal, will be leading two seminars related to the hymnal today in Room 319 of The Terrace at 2:30 and 4:30 pm. Between seminar sessions he may be found on the lakeside porch of Harrell Center where he will be happy to hold one-on-one or small group discussions about the new hymnal process. Stop by the Junaluska Gifts and Grounds shop, grab something fun to eat or drink, then the pull up a rocking chair on the porch to visit with Jackson about the Hymnal Project. Now is your perfect time to do this.

Today’s Reading Sessions

Choral Music

  • Jubilate – 1:30 pm – Harrell Auditorium
  • Hal Leonard – 2:30 pm – Terrace Auditorium
  • High School – 4:30 pm – Terrace Auditorium

Handbell Music

  • Beckenhorst – 1:30 pm – Lambuth 100
  • Jubilate – 4:30 pm – Lambuth 100

Free Choral Music Available

There is still a bit of free choral music available in the lobby outside the Terrace Dining Room. Most of the music is SATB and ranges from a few to approximately 30 copies. Feel free to stop by to look through the music and see if there is a perfect fit for your music library.

Limited Number of Children’s T-Shirts Available

There are a very limited number of children’s T-Shirts available in the MWAW office for $12 each.

Our Dining Room Servers

Those staying in The Terrace and Lambuth Inn will find gracious servers in the Dining Rooms. While employed by Lake Junaluska, a portion of their income comes from gratuities. MWAW will provide a container in both dining rooms on Thursday and Friday to receive gratuities to be divided among each dining room staff. We invite you to express your gratitude to the dining room staff at that time.

Offerings to Be Received This Week

We will receive two offerings during the week. The first will be received tonight at Waynesville First UMC  during the Organ Recital and Chamber Choir Concert. This offering is given to FUMC to assist with on-going maintenance of the organ, which they graciously allow MWAW to use each year.

An offering taken during the Thursday evening concert will benefit the Annual Fund of The Fellowship, which organizes this annual event.

Checks for both offerings should be made payable to “The Fellowship.”

Books by Mary Scifres

Two books by our Worship Leader, Mary Scifres, are available in the Event Office in Harrell Center.  “The Gospel According to Beauty and the Beast” and “Is It Communion Sunday Already?!” are available for $20 (cash or check only).

Reminder: In Case of Emergency

Haywood Regional Medical Center
262 Leroy George Drive, Clyde, NC
828-456-7311

Turn left at Lake J gate toward US-19
Take ramp onto US-19 N/US-23, N/US-74 E
Take Exit 105 (NC-1929) to Hospital Drive
Turn right at Hospital Drive
Turn left at Leroy George Drive

Other Announcements & Events

South Carolina Fellowship Handbell Festival
The SC Fellowship Handbell Festival will be held Saturday, October 14 at Shandon UMC in Columbia, SC. David Harris will be the Clinician. Register at www.scfellowship.com.

Youth Choir JAM 2017!
November 17-18 in Richmond, VA.  Our own middle high director this week, James Wells, will be the guest director!   Questions?  Contact Ruth Lewandowski — singandring@verizon.net or Cathy Armistead — music@reveilleumc.org.

Organ/Assistant Director Position
Orange Park United Methodist seeks a part-time Organist/Assistant Director to cover organ/ adult choir accompanying plus directing SOME of the following areas/choirs: handbell, children, weekly ensembles, youth, orchestra. The salary range (15-30K) will be dependent on how many of the above areas you cover. Sanctuary has Allen electronic Renaissance R330, three manual organ & Kawai baby grand. Full service music ministry with 45 in adult choirs, 45 member youth choir singing every Sunday/tours every summer, two children’s choirs approximately 25, two 5 octave adult handbell choirs, 15 member church orchestra, men’s & women’s adult ensembles. We utilize the 1989 UM Hymnal and Faith We Sing hymnals. Contact: Dr. Stallings at (904) 264-2241 x245w, mstallings@orangeparkumc.org, or 2105 Park Avenue, Orange Park, FL, 32073.

Organ Position Opening
Martha Bowman UMC (500 Bass Road, Macon, GA, 31210) seeks part-time organist to provide service music for 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. traditional worship services. Duties include accompanying a 40-voice choir on Wednesday and seasonal services of the church year. Candidate should possess excellent sight-reading and people skills. Organist will play a three-manual draw-knob Rogers Artist series organ and grand piano for worship. Direct inquiries to Ellen Hanson, 500 Bass Road, Macon, GA, 31210. (efhanson@cox.net)

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