2002 Program

March 9-10, 2002, 2:00 p.m.
Clinton Frame Mennonite Church
Guest Directors: Sandra Hill & Susan Szmanda
Piano Accompanist: Matthew Hill

Prelude
Sonata No. 2 (Rechmaninoff)
Nocturnes Op. 9 No. 3 & No. 1 (Chopin)

Congregational Hymn
This is my Father’s World (HWB #154)

Call to Worship
Psalm 63:1-5
Awake, Arise, O Sing a New Song

Grades 3-5 Choir
We Will Sing For Joy (Scarlatti)
Pie Jesus (Lightfoot)
Lo, He Comes (Horman)
Sing Praise to the Lord of Hosts (Martin)

Prayer and Offering
Prelude from E Minor English Suite (J.S. Bach)

Congregational Hymn
Come, Come Ye Saints (HWB #425)

Grades 6-8 Choir
Luke 16: 19-24
Poor Man Laz’rus (Thygerson)
You are the Salt (Haugen, Arr. Susan Dengler)
Three Contemporary Latin Settings (Estes)

Announcements & Recognitions

Congregational Hymn
All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name (HWB #285)

Combined Choirs
He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands (Hayes)
Sing with Jubilation (Estes)

Benediction
Go Now in Peace (HWB #429)

 Sandra Hill, guest director
Sandra came to the Goshen area after serving eight years as artist/instructor of voice at the Wausau Conservatory of Music in Wisconsin. She is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a Master of Music degree in vocal performance. She directed the Conservatory Choraliers, a children’s choir, which performed with a New York touring company in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and at the White House in Washington.
 

Susan Szmanda, guest director
Susan is currently the assistant director of the Wausau Conservatory of Music Choraliers, and has held this position since the group began in 1993. She works with Central Wisconsin Children’s Theatre and the musical productions at Wausau East High School. She holds a Bachelor of music degree from the University of Wisconsin.

 

Matthew Hill, piano accompanist
Matthew is assistant Professor of Piano at Goshen College, and has previously taught at the Wausau Conservatory of Music, the University of Wisconsin-Marathon County, and at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Michigan. Matthew received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin in Madison.

 

Prelude: Merlin Friesen, Miriam Friesen
Offertory: Matthew Hill
Congregational Singing: Brent Holaway
Prayer: Thomas Beachy
Recognitions: Lola Gingerich
Instrumentalists: Tom Good- string bass; Reuben Gingrich- drum