Day 16 - Peace 25th Trivia Answer
CELEBRATE 25 YEARS OF GOD'S LOVE AT PEACE!


The Peace UMC 25th Anniversary Trivia Chase

Day 16 Answer


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The Question:
 


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Welcome to the 16th day of the Peace UMC 25th Anniversary Trivia Chase! Take a look at the photo at the left. What do you suppose is going on here? Looks like a special event is occurring. Do you remember what it was and when it happened? Were you there? Can you tell us more? You may click on the photo to enlarge it. Send your answers to Larry the Lay Leader! (Click)
 
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The photo from our Trivia Question of the Day was taken before the start of the Peace United Methodist Church Service of Thanksgiving and Consecration held Friday evening, September 8, 1995. Our new building was ready!

"Brothers and sisters in Christ, this is a great day of rejoicing. We have come together to consecrate this building of Peace United Methodist Church. Let us open our hearts and minds to receive God's Word with faith. May our blessed bond, born of one baptism and nurtured at one table of the Lord, become one temple of the Holy Spirit as we gather in love."
 


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The two scans pictured here were part of the promotional materials that went out to our congregation and to the larger Hunter's Creek area.

You can see within the invitation that our 8:30 service was well under way.

Can anyone identify the people pictured in the invite?
 


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This was the front cover of the worship bulletin for our Peace United Methodist Church Service of Thanksgiving and Consecration held Friday evening, September 8, 1995.
 


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This is a scan of a single-page document included within the program that briefly outlined the history of Peace UMC - at least from the standpoint of September 8, 1995. So much more has happened since then and we'll continue to build the history of Peace UMC going forward!.
 


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This is the first page of the Order of Worship for our Peace United Methodist Church Service of Thanksgiving and Consecration.
 


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This is the second page of the Order of Worship for our Peace United Methodist Church Service of Thanksgiving and Consecration.
 


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This page was also included with the program.

Do you remember these people? Many still worship with us! The next time you greet them, let them know that you saw their name as part of the Peace United Methodist Church Service of Thanksgiving and Consecration held Friday evening, September 8, 1995.
 


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Being gifted with a creative spirit, our own Eddie Pipkin penned this piece for inclusion within the worship program for our our Peace United Methodist Church Service of Thanksgiving and Consecration held Friday evening, September 8, 1995. This is the first page.
 


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This is the second page of Eddie Pipkin's creative piece that was included within the worship program.
 


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Officiating at our Peace United Methodist Church Service of Thanksgiving and Consecration was our District Superintendent at the time, Reverend Dean Witten, and our Founding Pastor, Reverend Bob Bushong.
 


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In this last figure we see a photo of our Peace UMC Chancel Choir and Orchestra in action as they perform for our Peace United Methodist Church Service of Thanksgiving and Consecration.

Can you identify anyone here? Many still worship with us and some are still active in the Chancel Choir or are part of the current Praise Team.

Is that a clean-shaven Jonathan Morris seated there in the front?

As always, please send your additional info and comments to Larry the Lay Leader! (Click) This will help us all to know and remember!
 
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Come back tomorrow for another question as we continue to explore our history using trivia for celebration, learning and fun!