Roan Mountain Community Park, Roan Mountain, Tennessee
Saturday, 14 April 2018
Erik Anderson gave us a welcome and explained the history of the park. Some years ago there was a massive flood and it was decided to make that flooded land into a park for the community.
All selections from "The Christian Harmony" 2010 edition.
RhodyJane gave a brief shapenote class and opened the singing with
299, Green Meadows
Don Wiley gave the opening prayer.
78b, New Britain - Chris Wilhelm
70t, Arlington - Don Wiley
91, There is a Fountain - Leslie Booher
1, Weary Rest - Eli Snyder
21, Webster - Mary Baumeister
206, Prayer Meeting - Harry Morgan
268, Come Ye to the Waters - RhodyJane Meadows
215, In That Morning - Don Wiley
55b, Idumea - Mary Grace Meador
43, The Heavenly Throng - Leslie Booher
100, Tennessee - Chris Wilhelm
61t, North Carolina - Eli Snyder
117, Angel Band - Mary Baumeister
402b, Kelso - Don Wiley
240, Morning Light - Mary Grace Meador
We sang 210t, Old Hundred, as the grace for lunch.
49, Forever with the Lord - Leslie Booher
89, Northfield - Chris Wilhelm
88, Pisgah - Eli Snyder
336t, Sweet Harmony - Mary Baumeister
142, The Solid Rock - Harry Morgan
248, Twilight is Falling - RhodyJane Meadows
171, Sessions - Don Wiley
516, Oliphant - Mary Grace Meador
546b, Oak Grove - Leslie Booher
333. Night is Coming - Chris Wilhelm
318, The Martial Trumpet - Eli Snyder
160, The Saint's Delight - Mary Baumeister
87, The Promised Land - Harry Morgan
439, Lydia - RhodyJane Meadows
312, Penitence - Don Wiley
313, Bruce's Address - Mary Grace Meador
544, Life's Troubles - Leslie Booher
306, Middlebury - Chris Wilhelm
343, Tell the Story - Harry Morgan
189, One by One - Mary Baumeister
178. That Beautiful Land - Don Wiley
347, Portuguese Hymn - RhodyJane Meadows
We sang 76b, Night, as the closing song
Don Wiley offered the closing prayer.
Secretary: Mary Baumeister
It was a delightful day, breezy and somewhat cool in the morning, warming up in the afternoon. We sang on the covered stage of the Community Park. Given the noise of the traffic and the uncertainty of weather, we may sing at Magill Memorial Presbyterian Church (on Route 143) next year.