“God of Love, O hear our prayer.”
The 65th annual session of Harmony Hill Singing School will be held June 10-15, 2018.
Greetings to you all in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. The Lord has blessed us beyond all that we could ask or imagine to gather, sing, pray, and worship with those He sends each year to the hill. He blesses us with His Spirit and ministers to each of us as we spend a week away from the cares of the world. We encourage all who attend to “unplug” and devote the week to the Word and the blessings of fellowship with kindred in Christ. Oh, how we need to draw nigh unto God in this restless time.
The theme for this year’s session is “Humble Yourself.” The memory verse is James 4:12 – “Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up.” The theme song is #414 in the Primitive Baptist Hymnal, “God of Love.”
Online registration is open and we appreciate your taking care of this by Monday, May 21 as we purchase food and paper supplies based on registration. If you experience online registration problems, please email Dan Beauchamp, email@example.com.
We have made some small adjustments to the schedule, so please refer to the website for registration and guidelines. There is also a new CD in the mailed registration information that has a special pre-order opportunity.
Your registration is your pledge to follow the guidelines.
If you live in the area and can join in the physical preparation, please join us for one of the scheduled workdays.
Name tags may be picked up Sunday afternoon about 3PM followed by an evening meal and assembly at 7. General Assembly and devotional starts at 8AM Monday morning, followed by buddy and class assignments.
It is our fervent prayer that the week of singing school brings glory and honor to God and that each of you receives blessings specific to your needs. We look forward to seeing each of you.
Harmony Hill Board of Trustees
Larry Dalton, Gerald Hendrix, Dan Beauchamp, Jeff Coker, Russell Elsenbrock, Joey Lowrance, David Moore, Kathy Taylor, John Watson