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Taylor Singing

Taylor United Methodist Church, Lafayette County, Mississippi

Saturday, October 11, 2014

The 27th annual Sacred Harp singing at Taylor United Methodist Church (formerly held at Pilgrim’s Rest Primitive Baptist Church) was called to order by Warren Steel leading 47t and 52t. The Reverend John Wesley Leek offered the morning prayer.

Leaders: Warren Steel 67; John Van Horn 108t, 108b, 53; Charity Vaughn 176b, 335, 129; Carol Watts 46, 40, 490; George Easley 34b, 313t, 523; Dameron Neyman 312b, 48t, 44; Cliff Hall, 288, 63, 59.

RECESS

Warren Steel led 137 to bring the class back together. Leaders: Bobby Neyman 479, 347, 105; Cesare Neyman 45t; Andy Davis 47b, 196, 434; Vicky Neyman 268, 269, 178.

LUNCH

Warren Steel called the class together leading 280. Leaders: Anne Steel 282, 142, 480; John Van Horn 200, 39t; Charity Vaughn 186, 212.

At this time, Warren Steel led a memorial lesson for the sick and shut-ins (Kenneth Stead and Henry McGuire), and in memory of the deceased (Hugh Bill McGuire, W.M. Allen, Earl Yarber, William Hunt, and Joshua Lowe), leading 400 and “Hurricane Creek”. John Wesley Leek offered the memorial prayer.

Leaders: Carol Watts 29b, 341; George Easley 378t, 438; Dameron Neyman 284, 399t; Cliff Hall 159, 277; Bobby Neyman 276, 163b; Cesare Neyman 568; Andy Davis 236, 222; Vicky Neyman 209; Anne Steel 208, 318; Warren Steel 36b.

Following announcements, Warren Steel led 176t as the closing song. The class was dismissed with prayer offered by George Easley.

Chairman—Warren Steel; Secretary—Anne Steel