1996 Program

March 10, 1996, 2:00 p.m.
Bethany Christian Schools
Janeal Krehbiel, Director of Childrens Choir
John D. Smucker, Director of Jr. Youth Choir

Prelude

Processional
Followers of the Lamb (arr. D. Christopherson)

Welcome & Invocation

Children’s Choir (grades 3-5)
Faith That’s Sure (S. Lord)
Jubilate Deo (M. Bedford)
Scripture Reading (Psalm 100)
You Are the Rain (R. Hubert)
Let My Heart and Soul Praise the Lord (Handel/McFadden)
Stars Are For Those Who Lift Their Eyes (P. Delmonte)

Congregational Hymn
From all that dwell below the skies (#49)

Prayer and Offering
Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise (arr. D. Wagner)

Congregational Hymn
Hosanna, loud hosanna (#238)

Jr. Youth Choir (grades 6-8)
He Is Alive (B. Red)
Seed Scattered and Sown (Hymnal, A Worship Book)
Scripture Reading (Psalm 98)
Sing Jubilate Deo (J. Estes)
Hush Somebody’s Calling My Name
Sing and Make Music to the Lord

Announcements & Recognitions

Congregational Hymn
Oh, for a thousand tongues to sing (#110)

Children and Jr. Youth Choir
With Happy Voices Singing

Benediction
Let All the World in Every Corner Sing

Guest Directors: We welcome Janeal Krehbiel who teaches at Southwest Jr. High School in Lawrence, Kansas, teaches methods and voice performance at Kansas State University, and directs the Lawrence Children’s Choir. She has conducted many choir festivals throughout the United States. We welcome John D. Smucker who teaches music at Bethany Christian High School and directs the Bethany Chorale and Concert Choir which annually perform in conference churches.

Piano: Karen Cender, Rhonda Yoder
Harp: Catherine Yoder
Hand Bell Choir: College Mennonite Church (directed by Eric Zehr)
Flute: Kathy Plank
Cello: Malinda Berry, Esther Kawria
Percussion: Josh Sohar
Congregational Singing: John D. Smucker
Offering Prayer:
T. Lee Miller
Recognitions: Lola Gingerich
Benediction: Robert L. Shreiner
Ushers: Benton Mennonite
Sound System and Recording: Precision Audio
Saturday Break: East Goshen Mennonite, North Main Street Mennonite,
Clinton Frame Mennonite