Wednesday, February 28, 2007

From behind the baton

What's the difference between the men's final at Wimbeldon and a church choir rehearsal?
The tennis final has more men.

Sheridan Community Chorus

Jan Delcamp & Molly Golando directed the chorus rehearsal last night as I played in a band concert at SUNY Fredonia.
As I played my tuba with the dexterity and sensitivity of a professional, Jan & Pastor Molly directed the chorus rehearsal.
My thanks to everyone for their understanding and participation. I'll be back on the "director's stool" tomorrow night. (Just wanted to warn you!)

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

My morning prayer

Dear God:
So far today, I've done all right. I haven't gossiped, and I haven't lost my temper. I haven't been grumpy, nasty or selfish.
But in a few minutes, God, I'm going to get out of bed, and from then on, I'm probably going to need a lot of help.
Thank you! Amen.

Saturday, February 24, 2007

The Sheridan Community Chorus

Someone told me this is the Sheridan Community Chorus member's credo...

"We the willing, led by the unknowing, are doing the impossible for the ungrateful."

February 25,2007

Isn’t it strange…

Isn't it strange how we need to schedule a church event 2-3 weeks in advance so we can include it in our agenda, but we can adjust our schedules for other events at the last minute?

Isn't it strange how difficult it is to share your faith about God; but how easy it is to share gossip with your friends?

Isn't it strange how we believe everything those magazines and newspapers say but... we question the words in the Bible?

Isn't it strange how everyone wants a place in heaven but...they’re reluctant to believe, do, or say anything to get there?

Isn't it strange how we send jokes in e-mails and they are forwarded right away but when we send messages about God, we think twice before sharing it with others?

From the Choir Loft

We have begun our Easter Cantata preparations. We are planning at least two concerts. The Community Chorus rehearses every Tuesday and Thursday evening at 7:00 PM at Sheridan United Methodist Church at 7:00 PM. Our Community Chorus is open to all adults ages 13 years and up. No auditions are required, just a love of music and a willingness to put up with me. If you have any questions, please contact the church office (716) 672-2048 or contact:

Bud Lowery (716) 934-7734 or or visit

Wit or Wisdom?

"Calling a person a runner-up is the polite way of saying you’re the first loser."

"Always behave like a duck--keep calm and unruffled on the surface but paddle like the devil underneath."-- Jacob Braude

"A good time to keep your mouth shut is when you're in deep water."-- Sidney Goff

Today in history

(February 25)

1932 - Immigrant Adolf Hitler gets German citizenship

1940 - Billy Packer, CBS basketball sportscaster, was born in Wellsville, NY

1963 - The Beatles release their 1st single in the U.S.

1964 – Cassius Clay (7 – 1 underdog) TKO’d Sonny Liston in 7 for the heavyweight boxing title

1982 – The final episode of "The Lawrence Welk Show" aired

1989 – The new Dallas Cowboys owner fired Tom Landry after a 29 – year career

Bud’s History of the Hymns

February 25, 2007

‘God Will Take Care of You’

(1904) page 130

Words by Civilla Durfee Martin (1866 – 1948)

Music by Walter Stillman Martin (1862 –1935)

Dr. and Mrs. William Stillman Martin and daughter were guests at The Practical Bible Training School in Lestershire (now Johnson City) near Binghamton, NY. The year was 1904 and Dr. Martin was traveling in the area as an Evangelist. One Sunday, he was scheduled to speak in a church some distance from Johnson City, but when Mrs. Martin awakened that morning she felt ill. In fact, to Dr. Martin, she seemed ill enough for him to cancel his engagement. After he voiced his concern to his wife, but before she could answer her husband, their young daughter, perhaps 7 or 8 years of age replied, "Oh, Daddy, you don’t have to stay home because of mother – God will take care of us." Taking this as a voice from the Lord and having his wife’s full approval, he boarded the Erie train and went to his meeting. When he arrived at the church, there was word awaiting him. It was from his wife saying, "All is well – God did take care of us."

When Dr. Martin arrived back at the school, his wife who was now fully recovered met him. As she greeted him, she handed him a paper with some verses written on it. In the hour of need, God had given the confidence needed – all through the confidence of their young daughter. The poem was entitled, "God Will Take Care of You." Soon, Dr. Martin had taken these words and while seated in the apartment, wrote a melody which through the years has proven to be one of the most perfect and singable musical settings ever composed for a Gospel song.

Meanwhile…1904…103 years ago…in the United States…

President: Theodore Roosevelt…V.P.: None

Bread: 4¢/loaf, Milk: 7¢/qt., Car: $500, Stamp: 2¢, Income: $844/yr.

Pope Pius X banned low cut dresses in the presence of churchmen

The U.S. bought the Panama Canal Zone for $10 million

The Albright Knox Gallery is built in Buffalo

Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1st commercial building is opened in Buffalo (680 Seneca St.)

The Town of Sheridan, NY had its Centennial celebration

J.M. Farrell was Pastor of Sheridan Methodist Church

Ref. SheridanSettler BuffaloHistory TanBible DmarieCapsule Cyberhymnal BrainyHistory

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Thursday, February 22, 2007

The Sheridan Community Chorus

Sheridan Community Chorus rehearsals are every Tuesday & Thursday night at Sheridan United Methodist Church (2679 Route 20 in Sheridan, NY). The rehearsals start at 7:00 pm and end at 8:30 pm.
The concerts will be 3/25/07 in Cattaraugus and 4/1/07 in Sheridan.
We can still use you! Invite others to join us!

The Bridge

A biker was riding along a California beach when suddenly the sky clouded above his head and, in a booming voice the Lord said, "Because you have tried to be faithful to me in all ways, I will grant you one wish."
The biker pulled over and said, "build a bridge to Hawaii so I can ride over anytime I want."
The Lord said, "your request is materialistic...think of the enormous challenges for that kind of undertaking. The supports required to reach the bottom of the Pacific! The amount of concrete and steel it would take! It will nearly exhaust several natural resources! I can do it, but it is hard for me to justify your desire for worldly things.
Take a little more time and think of something that would honor and glorify me."
The biker thought about it for a long time. Finally he said, "Lord, I wish that I could understand my wife. I want to know how she feels inside, what she's thinking when she gives me the silent treatment...why she cries... what she means when she says nothing's wrong, and how I can make a woman truly happy."
The Lord replied, "You want two lanes or four lanes on that bridge?"

Sunday, February 18, 2007

February 18, 2007

Isn’t it strange....

Isn't it strange how a $20 bill seems like such a large amount when you donate it to church, but such a small amount when you go shopping?

Isn't it strange how 2 hours seem so long when you're at church, and how short they seem when you're watching a good movie?

Isn't it strange that you can't find a word to say when you're praying,but you have no trouble thinking what to talk about with a friend?

Isn't it strange how difficult and boring it is to read one chapter of the Bible,but how easy it is to read 100 pages of a popular novel or ZANE GREY book?

Isn't it strange how everyone wants front-row-tickets to concerts or sporting events,but they do whatever is possible to sit in the last row in Church?

From the Choir Loft

We have begun our Easter Cantata preparations. We are planning at least two concerts. The Community Chorus will rehearse every Tuesday and Thursday evening at 7:00 PM at Sheridan United Methodist Church at 7:00 PM. Our Community Chorus is open to all adults ages 13 years and up. No auditions are required, just a love of music and willingness to put up with me. If you have any questions, please contact the church office (716-672-2048) or contact:

Bud Lowery (716) 934-7734 or or visit

Wit or Wisdom?

These days, I spend a lot of time thinking about the hereafter…I go somewhere to get something and then wonder what I’m here after.

Ash Wednesday

"Ash Wednesday"is the first day of Lent, the 40-day period (not including Sundays) of fasting, abstinence and repentance leading up to Easter. The 40 days may signify the 40 days Jesus spent in the wilderness preparing for his ministry. It is also known as the 'Day of Ashes'. So called because on that day at church the faithful have their foreheads marked with ashes in the shape of a cross. Putting a 'cross'

mark on the forehead was in imitation of the spiritual mark or seal that is put on a Christian in baptism. According to ancient custom, all the faithful are exhorted to approach the altar before the beginning of Ash Wednesday Mass. There the priest, dipping his thumb into ashes previously blessed, marks the forehead of each (or in case of clerics upon a place on the head) the sign of the cross, saying the words: "Remember man that thou art dust and unto dust thou shalt return."

The ashes used in this ceremony are made by burning the remains of the palms blessed on the Palm Sunday of the previous year. The ashes are sprinkled with holy water and purified with incense. The celebrant himself, be he bishop or cardinal, receives either standing or seated, the ashes from some other priest, usually the highest in dignity of those present. In the Roman Catholic Church, Ash Wednesdays and Good Fridays are the only days on which fasting is still universally encouraged to those members between the ages of 14 – 55 and in good health.

(Special thanks to Father Louis Dolinci)

Bud’s History of the Hymns

February 18, 2007

‘When Morning Gilds the Skies’

(1854) page 185 Words from Katholisches Gesangbuch

Translated by Edward Caswall (1814 – 1878)

Music by Joseph Barnby (1838 - 1896)

Written in 1744 by an anonymous German Catholic priest, these beautiful words of worship were translated into English one hundred years later by Edward Caswall. Edward Caswall was born in Yately, England on July 15, 1814.

He was the son of a vicar of the Church of England, graduated from Oxford and like his father, became a clergyman of the English Church. In 1847, however, he left that church and became a Catholic priest in the Birmingham church founded by Cardinal Newman, where he remained until his death, January 2, 1878.

He was very earnest in his duties as a minister, and took a loving interest in the poor, the sick and little children.

Our hymn is a translation from a German hymn, but so free a translation that it is practically a new hymn. The hymn is said to be a great favorite in St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, where it is usually printed for distribution on a separate sheet.

Meanwhile…1854…153 years ago…in the United States…

President: Franklin Pierce…V.P.: William R. King

John Phillip Sousa was born in Washington, D.C. (11/16/1854)

The accordion received a patent by Anthony Faas

The Republican Party was formed

Wood-pulp paper was 1st exhibited in Buffalo, NY

260 people die in one week in Buffalo, NY as a result of cholera

The D. Carpenter Manufacturing Co. was operating in Sheridan, NY

Ref. CenterForChurchMusic BuffaloHistory TanBible DmarieCapsule Cyberhymnal BrainyHistory

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Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Happy Valentine's Day

15% of U.S. women send themselves flowers on Valentine's Day.
73% of people who buy flowers for Valentine's Day are men.
About 3% of pet owners will give Valentine's day gifts to their pets.
Hallmark has over 1,330 different cards specifically for Valentine's Day.
Only the U.S., Canada, Mexico, France, Australia and the U.K. celebrate Valentine's Day.
15 couples are scheduled to take or renew wedding vows on the 80th floor of the Empire State Building this Valentine's Day.

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

The Sheridan Community Chorus rehearsal

Well...the rehearsal for the chorus for tonight is still on. 2/13/07. Pray the snow holds off.
...I'm off to look for the snowplow driver!

Diary of a snowshoveler

Day 16...10 more inches. Bob says I have to shovel the roof or it could cave in. That's the silliest thing I ever heard. How dumb does he think I am?
Day 17...Roof caved in. I beat up the snow plow driver and he is now suing me for a million dollars for beating him within an inch of his life. The wife went home to her mother. 9" predicted.
Day 18...I set fire to what's left of the house. No more shoveling.
Day 19...Feel so good. I just love those little white pills they keep giving me. Why am I tied to the bed?
(The end)

Saturday, February 10, 2007

February 11, 2007

Biblical Humor

A.) God drove Adam and Eve out of the Garden in a Fury. David's Triumph was heard throughout the land. Also, probably a Honda, because the apostles were all in one Accord.

A.) Samson...He brought the house down.


A.) Your mother ate us out of house and home.

A.) Moses...He broke all 10 commandments at once.

From the Choir Loft

We have officially begun our Easter cantata season. We are having chorus rehearsals every Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 7:00 PM at Sheridan United Methodist Church. We will present the wonderful, new Easter musical: ‘The Sacrifice’ by Steve Moore & David T. Clydesdale. In this musical, the audience worships with the choir, while the lyrics, visuals and filmed characters from the Bible appear on screen to enhance this powerful audio/visual experience. We need you and your friends.

Cherokee "rite of passage"

Do you know the legend of the Cherokee Indian youth's "rite of passage?"

The youth’s father takes him into the forest blindfolded and leaves him alone. He is required to sit on a stump the whole night and not take off the blindfold until the light of the sunrise shines through it. He is all by himself. He cannot cry out for help to anyone. Once he survives the night, he is a "MAN." He cannot tell the other boys of this experience. Each lad must come into his own manhood.
The boy in our story was, naturally, terrified. He could hear all kinds of noise. Beasts were all around him. Maybe even a human would hurt him. The wind blew the grass and earth and it shook his stump. But he sat stoically, never removing the blindfold. It would be the only way he could be a man.
Finally, after a horrific night the sun appeared and he removed his blindfold. It was then that he saw his father sitting on the stump next to him - at watch the entire night.

Our heavenly Father promised us: "I will never fail you. I will never abandon you." (Hebrews 13:5)

Today’s thought:

"If God takes you to it, He'll lead you through it."

Today in history

2006 - V.P. Dick Cheney accidentally shot his friend in a hunting accident

1979 – Ayatollah Khomeini seized power in Iran

1964 – 1st public appearance of The Beatles in the U.S. (Washington, D.C. Coliseum)

1954 – The 6th Emmy Awards go to: ‘I Love Lucy,’ Donald O’Conner and Eve Arden

1950 – ‘Rag Mop’ by The Ames Brothers hits #1 on the charts

1941 – 1st "Gold Record" presented (‘Chattanooga Choo Choo’ by Glenn Miller)

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Diary of a snowshoveler

Day 12...20 more inches of the slop tonight. Snowed in! The idea of shoveling makes my blood boil. I hate the snow! Then the snowplow driver came by asking for a donation and I hit him over the head with my shovel. The wife says I have a bad attitude. I think she's a fricking idiot. If I have to watch "American Idol" one more time, I'm going to stuff her into the microwave.
Day 13...Still snowed in. Why the heck did I ever move here? It was all HER idea. She's really getting on my nerves.
Day 14...Temperature dropped to -30 and the pipes froze. The plumber came after 14 hours of waiting for him, he only charged me $1,400 to replace my pipes.
Day 15...Warmed up to -20. Still snowed in. THE WITCH is driving me crazy!!!
(Conclusion tomorrow...)

Friday, February 9, 2007

The Sheridan Community Chorus

We had our first rehearsal of the cantata season last night and had a good turn-out. Rehearsals are every Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 7:00 pm at Sheridan United Methodist Church (Rt. 20 in Sheridan, NY).

Diary of a snowshoveler

Day 9...Bob was right about more snow because 13 more inches of the white crap fell today, and it's so cold it probably won't melt till August. Took me 45 minutes to get all dressed up to go out to shovel then I had to poop. By the time I got undressed, pooped and dressed again, I was too tired to shovel. Tried to hire Bob who has a plow on his truck for the rest of the winter, but he says he's too busy. I think the jerk is lying!
Day 10...Only 2" of snow today. And it warmed up to 0. The wife wanted me to go out and clean the inside of her car. What is she nuts!!! Why didn't she ask me a few weeks ago? She says she did but I think she's lying!
Day 11...Snow packed so hard by the snowplow, I broke the shovel. Thought I was having a heart attack! If I ever catch the man who drives that snowplow, I'll drag him through the snow by his nose and beat him to death with my broken shovel. I know he hides around the corner and waits for me to finish shoveling and then he comes down the street at 100 miles an hour and throws snow all over where I've just shoveled. Tonight the wife wanted to go out to dinner, but I was too busy watching for the snowplow.
(Continued tomorrow...)

Thursday, February 8, 2007

Diary of a snowshoveler

Day 5...20" of snow in the forecast. Sold my van and bought a 4 x 4 Blazer. Bought snow tires for the wife's car and 2 extra shovels. Stocked the freezer. The wife wants a wood stove in case the electricity goes out. I think that's silly. We aren't in Alaska, after all!
Day 6...Ice storm this morning. Fell on my butt on the ice in the driveway putting down salt. Hurt like heck. The wife laughed for one hour, which I think was very cruel.
Day 7...Still way below freezing. Roads are too icy to go anywhere. Electricity was off for 5 hours. I had to pile the blankets on to stay warm. Nothing to do but stare at the wife and try not to irritate her. Guess I should've bought a wood stove, but won't admit it to her. God I hate it when she's right. I can't believe I'm freezing to death in my own living room.
Day 8...Electricity's back on, but had another 14" of the darn stuff last night. More shoveling! Took all day. Darn snowplow came by twice. Tried to find a neighbor kid to shovel, but they said they're too busy playing hockey. I think they're lying. Called the only hardware store around to see about buying a snow blower and they're out. Might have another shipment in March. I think they're lying. Bob says I have to shovel or the city will have it done and bill me. I think he's lying.
(Continued tomorrow...)

Wednesday, February 7, 2007

The Sheridan Community Chorus

The Sheridan Community Chorus rehearsals are every Tuesday and Thursday evening at 7:00 pm at The Sheridan United Methodist Church (2679 Route 20) in Sheridan, NY. For further information contact Bud Lowery ( or call the church office: (716) 672-2048. We need you!

Diary of a snow shoveler (from "Basic Jokes")

Day 1... It started to snow. The first snow of the season and the wife and I sat for hours by the window watching the huge soft flakes drift down from heaven. It looked like a Grandma Moses Print. So romantic we felt like newlyweds again. I love snow!
Day 2... We woke to a beautiful blanket of crystal white snow covering every inch of the landscape. What a fantastic sight! Can there be a more lovely place in the Whole Wide World? Moving here was the best idea I've ever had. Shoveled for the first time in years and I felt like a boy again. I did both our driveway and the sidewalks. This afternoon the snowplow came along and covered up the sidewalks and closed in the driveway, so I got to shovel again. What a perfect life.
Day 3... The sun has melted all our lovely snow. Such a disappointment! My neighbor tells me not to worry, we'll definitely have more snow. Bob says we'll have so much snow by the end of winter, that I'll never want to see snow again. I don't think that's possible. Bob is such a nice man, I'm so glad he's our neighbor.
Day 4... Snow lovely snow! 8" last night. The temperature dropped to -20 degrees. The cold makes everything sparkle so. The wind took my breath away, but I warmed up by shoveling the driveway and sidewalks. This is the life! The snowplow came back this afternoon and buried everything again. I didn't realize I would have to do quite this much shoveling, but I'll certainly get back in shape this way.
(Continued tomorrow...)

Tuesday, February 6, 2007

Chorus rehearsal cancelled (2/6/07)

Tonight's Community Chorus rehearsal is cancelled. (2/6/07).
The weather warning along with the wind-chill warnings
convinced me to cancel tonight's rehearsal.
We will rehearse Thursday (2/8) 7:00 PM in Sheridan.

Monday, February 5, 2007

From behind the baton

Remember...our first Community Chorus rehearsal of the season will be tomorrow (2/6/07) night at 7:00 PM at Sheridan United Methodist Church (2679 Route 20) in Sheridan, NY.
Rehearsals will be each and every Tuesday & Thursday evenings at 7:00 PM.
If any rehearsal needs to be cancelled due to bad weather...
check the blog or call me. I will contact as many as I can.

Sunday, February 4, 2007

February 4, 2007

"Super Bowl Sunday"

The True Football Fan

Recently, I was at a Buffalo Bills game. My seat wasn't the greatest, so when I noticed a vacant seat on the fifty-yard line only 10 rows up, I headed toward it. I asked the man sitting next to the empty seat if the seat was taken. He replied, "No" and welcomed me to sit down.

I started talking to the man and I learned he owned the empty seat…I was in! He said, "My wife use to love to come to these games until she died." I then asked him, "why didn't you give this seat away to a friend?" He replied, "Because they’re all at her funeral service."

From the Choir Loft

Don’t forget to pick up a copy of our "Souper Bowl Trivia Quiz!" You can get a copy of the answers from any church department head. Or just ask Pastor Molly or Bud Lowery and they would be happy to give you the answers.

If you want to get a "sneak peek" at the Easter musical…go to
then click on ‘The Sacrifice,’ then click on "watch video."

We welcome anyone interested in joining our ranks! The adult choir warms-up immediately before Sunday morning services, and rehearses immediately following Sunday morning services.

Community Chorus rehearsals begin Tuesday, February 6 @ 7:00 PM at Sheridan United Methodist Church. They will be every Tuesday and Thursday nights @ 7:00 PM at Sheridan United Methodist (2679 Rt. 20) in Sheridan, NY. We need you! We want you!

Our concerts will be: 3/25/07 in Cattaraugus, NY...and 4/1/07 in Sheridan, NY.

Getting into Heaven

A man dies and goes to heaven. Of course, St. Peter meets him at the pearly gates.

St. Peter says, "Here's how it works. You need 100 points to make it into heaven. You tell me all the good things you've done, and I give you a certain number of points for each item, depending on how good it was. When you reach 100 points, you get in."

"Okay," the man says, "I was married to the same woman for 50 years and never cheated on her, even in my heart." "That's wonderful," says St. Peter, "that's worth three points!" "Three points?" he says. "Well, I attended church all my life and supported its ministry with my tithe and service." "Terrific!" says St. Peter, "that's certainly worth a point." "One point? Golly! How about this; I started a soup kitchen in my city and worked in a shelter for homeless veterans." "Fantastic, that's good for two more points,"

he says.


the man cries, "At this rate the only way I'll get into heaven is by the grace of God!"

"Come on in!" replied St. Peter.

Today in history

(February 4)

1991 – The Baseball Hall of Fame voted to ban Pete Rose

1971 – British car maker Rolls Royce declared bankruptcy

1969 – John Madden was named head coach of NFL’s Oakland Raiders

1945 – F.D.R., Winston Churchill, & Joseph Stalin met at the Yalta Conference

1938 – Disney released "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" (became #1 at the box office)

1873 – Birth of George Bennard, American Methodist evangelist and composer of ‘The Old Rugged Cross’

1792 – George Washington was unanimously elected 1st President of the United States by the Electoral College

Bud’s History of the Hymns

February 4, 2007

‘Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty’

(1861) page 64

Words by Reginald Heber (1783 – 1826) Music by John B. Dykes (1823 - 1876)

Worship is the cornerstone of a believer's spiritual life. The bedrock of the local church is its worship service, and all aspects of the church’s ministry are founded here.

The writer of today’s worship hymn, Rev. Reginald Heber, was a highly respected writer, minister, Oxford scholar, and church leader. In 1823, when Reverend Heber was 40 years old, he was sent to India to serve as Bishop of Calcutta. Due to the climate and the pressures of his work, Heber’s health quickly deteriorated and he died suddenly in 1826. One account is that one Sunday morning, after preaching against the evils of their caste system to a large outdoor crowd, he suffered sunstroke and died.

A year later a book of his hymns was published by his widow and friends. It is from this collection of 1827 that the words of today’s hymn were taken. Heber was the first to compile a hymnal with the hymns in the order of the "church calendar."

‘Holy, Holy, Holy’

was written specifically for Trinity Sunday (a day that reaffirmed the doctrine of the Trinity observed eight Sundays after Easter). Based on the words of Revelation 4:8, he used the symbolism of ‘3’ repeatedly throughout. God is "holy, merciful and mighty,"

He's perfect in "power, in love and purity," He's worshiped by "saints, cherubim, and seraphim," and He's praised in "earth and sky and sea." Through the constant use of ‘3’, this hymn describes and worships God in "3 persons."

Meanwhile…1861…146 years ago…in the United States…

President: Abraham Lincoln…V.P.: Hannibal Hamlin

The flush toilet was patented by Mr. Thomas Crapper

Jefferson Davis became President of the Confederate States

Fort Sumter in South Carolina was shelled (4/12/61) officially beginning the Civil War

NYC Mayor proposed NYC become a "free city" trading with both the North & South

President-elect Abraham Lincoln visited Buffalo (2/16/61) on his way to Washington to take the oath of office. He stayed at the American Hotel on Main St. between Eagle & Court Streets giving a speech from a balcony. The following morning he worshipped at the 1st Unitarian Church (110 Franklin St. at Eagle St.) as the guest of Millard Fillmore.

Ref. CenterForChurchMusic BuffaloHistory TanBible DmarieCapsule Webedelic

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From behind the baton

Sheridan United Methodist Church in Sheridan, NY has cancelled services today (2/4/07).
No, not because of the Super Bowl...I have 6" of fresh snow, which has fallen between 10:00 last night and 6:00 this morning. Our wind chill temperatures are below zero. Stay warm!

Friday, February 2, 2007

From behind the baton

Our Community Chorus rehearsals begin on Tuesday, February 6 @ 7:00 PM.
Our rehearsals will be every Tuesday & Thursday evenings @ 7:00 PM at Sheridan United Methodist Church (2679 Route 20) in Sheridan. Come one...Come all!
We need you!