August 25, 2019 (Sunday Morning)
Bible Verses: Isaiah 5:1-7; Luke 12:49 -56 | Sermon: Dr. Daniel Glaze | Organist: Dr. Bob Gallagher | Guest Choir Director: Rev. Paul Honaker | Guest Accompanist: Mr. Robert Ford | Guest Choir: Jubilation Choir
Jesus didn’t break the rules for fun—he had a purpose. Jesus broke rules for people. When it came to following the rules or blessing people, he chose people every time.
The Jubilation Choir, a senior adult community choir for adults age 55 and older, is in its nineteenth season as an outreach program of the Music Ministry of Salisbury Presbyterian Church. The seventy-two member choir represents approximately thirty-two churches from eight denominations in the Richmond area. Founded in 2001, the choir meets weekly from September through May to sing sacred, secular, and patriotic music. Its mission is to spread fellowship and goodwill through music. Their director is the Rev. Paul S. Honaker, a member of River Road Church, and Mr. Robert R. Ford, a retired United Methodist Church musician, is their pianist.