Thirty-one young people participated in Youth Sunday at Irvington Baptist Church on April 25.

Irvington Baptist holds Youth Sunday

Irvington Baptist Church held Youth Sunday on April 25, 2004 with the youth conducting the entire 11 a.m. worship service.

Thirty-one young people participated: Raven Abbott, Christopher Bennett, Clinton Bennett, Kyle Bennett, Matthew Bullis, Zachary Bullis, Erica Charnick, Vince Charnick, Alexander Crittenden, Spencer Crittenden, Brooks Davis, Holly Eppihimer, Andy Farmer, Christopher Farmer, Hill Fleet, Ariel Grulkowski, Katelyn Ingram, Ford Kirkmyer, Caroline Merryman, Riley Molineaux, Kirsty Mullican, Daniel Rasmussen, George Rasmussen, Jamerson Robertson, Brooke Rowe, Justin Stewart, Kevin Stewart, Caitlin Tignor, Carter Tignor, K.C. Tignor and Kelli Tignor.

Music included flute solos by K.C. Tignor and Caitlin Tignor, and a trumpet duet by Christopher and Clinton Bennett. The Cherub Choir sang "Zacchaeus," "The B-I-B-L-E" and "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands."

The Youth Choir sang "Hallelu, Hallelu" and "I Have Decided to Follow Jesus," with a solo by Kelli Tignor, "Amazing Grace." Congregational songs were led by Kevin Stewart, Caroline Merryman, Kelli Tignor, George Rasmussen, Clinton Bennett, Zachary Bullis, Raven Abbott, Erica Charnick and Holly Eppihimer.

Door greeters were Kyle Bennett, Hill Fleet, Kirsty Mullican and Brooke Rowe. Kevin Stewart gave the welcome and announcements. Prayers were led by Daniel Rasmussen, Clinton Bennett, Justin Stewart and Holly Eppihimer. The Bible verse was led by Hill Fleet.

Alexander Crittenden led the responsive reading and Ford Kirkmyer gave the prayer concerns. Offering bearers were Matthew Bullis, Hill Fleet, Jamerson Robertson and Carter Tignor. Youth pastors were Ariel Grulkowski and Christopher Bennett.

Youth Choir director Hazel Farmer thanks all the young people who worked hard for six weeks to make Youth Sunday 2004 a special day. She also thanks Rev. John Farmer for his support, the musicians, Gloria Jones and Jimmy Andrews, and the parents and other family members who helped the children get to the practices.

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