Our Worship Service
December 30, 2018


The 'Gang' build 'Frosty the snowman' then puts on his magic hat as he comes alive. After a bit of a dance, he gives the announcements interspersed with a few 'snowman' riddles.
Frosty: Greg Martin, Piano: Kay Deffley

Scripture Reading
Ginger Miles reads the Scripture from Acts 1:4-11

The Asbury Memorial choir sings "Name Him Jesus", an anthem written by Mark Miller. Directed by Ray Ellis. Piano played by Kay Deffley

A story about our behaviour and angels by Dottie Kluttz

Rev. Billy Hester gives several pre sermon announcements including prayers for the Coleman family and particularly for Connie Colman and for Jackie Hines. Information about the New Year's Day Anticipation Celebration at 3 pm and about the Christmas Eve service available for viewing on our website.

Additional Announcement from Billy

Rev. Billy Hester gives one more announcement before the sermon; a 52nd anniversary greeting to Jim and Dottie Kluttz

Rev. Billy Hester's sermon "Thumpty Thump Thump" is based on scripture from aActs 1"4-11 and the cartoon character "Frosty the Snowman"

Offertory Song:

Greg "Frosty the Snowman" Martin sings "May Each Day", a song written by George Wyle and Mort Green, during the offertory. Piano played by Ray Ellis, keyboard by Randy Canady

Lesson 6:

Rev. Billy Hester with the help of "Frosty the Snowman" (Greg Martin) gives the Benediction. Cheri Hester leads the congregational response by signing "Here I Am Lord" as the people follow.

The worship service bulletin

Photos from the Service

Rev. Billy Hester

Musicians ...
Organ: Kay Deffely
Piano: Ray Ellis / Kay Deffley
Keyboard: Randy Canady
Bass: Doug Povie

Video Photographer: Patrick Prokop

Sound and Light Technicians
Stephen Swanger
Barry Parker
Internet Editor: Patrick Prokop

Send your comments about this service to Rev. Billy Hester bghester3@comcast.net

Sunday Worship Service 11:15 AM           (912) 233-4351            Fax: (912) 233-5026            Email: church@asburymemorial.org