First UMC News
Carter Mountain Brass Band will present their annual Christmas concert on Sunday, December 3 at 3:00 PM in the sanctuary. This concert has become a tradition in this church to open the Christmas season with appropriate music to start the Christmas season. Entitled "The Best Christmas Concert Ever", there will be tunes to delight the audience accompanied by the ever charming visual projections that bring a smile, a tear, or just a warm feeling inside. Interspersed between the music will be stories, poems, or little known facts about the holiday. A suggested donation of $8.00 will be accepted at the door. We suggest that you come a little early, as this concert is usually well attended.
Submitted by Kathy Smith
On September 9th at the Plymouth UMC our new District Superintendent, Rev. Tae- sung Kang, was installed. It was a beautiful service with praise music led by the Electric Praise Band. There were many participants representing the many leadership ministries of our district, including people who are Elders (both active and retired), Deacons, Local Pastors, Certified Lay Ministers, Candidates for Deaconess and other ministries, and laity (including the Dis- trict Lay Leader).
Come join us in this wonderful ministry of music. You can join the Wesley Choir or the Hallelujah Hand Bell Choir or both.
Director, Karen Jordan welcomes all to join the choir; no audition required, rehearsals are Sunday mornings at 9:00 AM in the Sanctuary.
Vickie Wood Parish invites you to come and join the Hallelujah Hand Bell Choir which meets Tuesday evenings at 6:30pm and plays occassionally throughout the year. You don't need experience so come learn and enjoy teens and adults are encouraged to come and praise the Lord with music.
Carter Mountain Brass Band Concert September 10
The Carter Mountain Brass Band will present their annual "thank you to the church" concert on Sunday afternoon, September 10 at 3:00 PM. Under the direction of Mike Mikuski, the band will present a varied program of favorites from Sousa to Glenn Miller. Those of you who know the band know that the program can be fun, serious, memorable, contemplative, and toe tapping. The suggested donation is $8.00 with all proceeds going to the church to support its role in the community. Our building supports a variety of community groups who use it for meetings, rehearsals and other functions. It is a true treasure, one that Carter Mountain appreciates by giving back with this concert. Come join us for an afternoon of good music and fun while supporting a good cause.