Monday, May 17, 2010

Jesus House Day!

To: All Jesus House people in the Dayton/Cincinnati area
Re: Jesus House Day!

Sunday, June 13, adamsfishyodor (i.e. Christopher Adams, Terry Fisher & Kent Odor) will lead worship at Grace United Methodist Church in PIqua, Ohio.
Personally, I think every Jesus House person in the Dayton/Cincinnati area needs to attend one of the three worship services; 8:15, 10:00 & 11:15. Come to the last one and we'll let you take us out to lunch!
Many of you have said, "Hey, Terry, some Sunday I'm going to visit you at the church in Piqua." So far, Deny Brigance, John Jaffe, The Perkolaters with Wendy Wilson, plus Kent and Chris are the people who have visited. Deny's been here three times and John twice!

Time is growing short! My final Sunday at this church will be Father's Day, June 20. So, I've declared June 13, Jesus House Day at Grace United Methodist Church!
How can you refuse?
Mark your calendars, put it on whatever means of electronic system you use, look us up on MapQuest, and journey to Grace United Methodist Church, 9411 N. County Road 25-A in Piqua, Ohio

Just in case you cannot make it on June 13, and have a very good reason, of course I can't think of any good reasons, but perhaps you can, but just in case, you are welcome to visit another Sunday just know that I will not be here Memorial Day Weekend.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

jesus house mini reunion

April 18, in the afternoon a group of 30 or so gathered in a room at the Vineyard MotherShip in Springdale for a relaxing afternoon of great music. Eight artists performed a selection of songs which included, "the first song the lord ever gave me," a secular song, a hymn, and a personal favorite. We concluded with a joint performance worshiping together with Holy, Holy, Holy. You can view the performances on YouTube by searching for Jesus House Mini Reunion or following this link.

If you want to see the performances in order:
Randy Moody
Paul & Kim Niehaus
John Gould
Rick & Diann Marksberry
Terry Fisher
Jennie Daniel Pitney
Finale, Holy, Holy, Holy

It was a great afternoon which caused some of us to remember and miss the occasional intimate evenings at the JH which featured a small crowd with a solo performer like John Gould. The big crowds were great, but so were the small ones.

Hope you can make the next one.
And, yes, a Christmas CD is being recorded!

Thanks to Julie Daniel Green for the videos and the labor in putting them on YouTube.