Choir Notes

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Immanuel Choir is back and rejoicing!

Come share the fellowship with us at rehearsals on Wed. evenings 7p.m. – 8:30p.m. Sunday worship “warmup” is 10:15 a.m. Come make a joyful noise unto the Lord!!!!

 

 

Our scheduled anthems include:

  • Oct. 4 “In Remembrance” by B. Red This anthem was purchased by Kathleen Nestor in remembrance of Metro Nestor
  • Oct. 11 “Hymn of Promise” by N. Sleeth This anthem was purchased by the William Theurer family in honor of Mary Jean Specht
  • Oct. 18 “Thy Word” by M.W. Smith
  • Oct. 25 “We Are Singing for the Lord is Our Light” arr. H. Hopson
  • Nov. 1 “One Bread, One Body” by J. Foley/M. Hayes This anthem is in honor of Rev. Arthur and Mrs. Connie Habermehl’s 50th wedding anniversary
  • Nov.8 “Love Grows Here” by D. Besig This anthem was purchased by Dru Redmond in memory of Howard Redmond

Thank you to Darnell Lynch for serving as choir accompaniest when Ann McKinley is unavailable. Bless you, Darnell!!!

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About Jeff

Residing in the Village of Oxford, I am husband to the beautiful Trisha and father to three incredibly bright, compassionate, amazing youngsters. Together, we live in a 125 year old house which has been the focus of a never-ending cycle of destruction and reconstruction. I have been called husband, father, brother, friend, demon, scoundrel, team-mate, leader, misfit. I constantly seek personal and professional environments that encourage creativity, empower individuals, and foster excellence. alfamehl.com is an opportunity to share thought and opinion based on my personal and professional experience. Personally, my passion for learning is the driver to become a better friend, husband, and father. As a Head of Program Management, the focus of my professional efforts (and satisfaction in what I do) is developing effective teams and equipping others to become exceptional leaders. My personal mission statement: to inspire, to love, to promise, to share, to believe that nothing is impossible
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