Sunday, February 27, 2011
Black History Month Worship Service @ Tinney Chapel
Click on any image above to view it in larger format or click on the arrow below to view the video of Rev. Mayvone Moton & Rev. DeVaughn Moton's musical worship.
It's Black History Month Worship
Time Again At Tinney Chapel UMC
Every year, our church attempts to schedule something very special during February to honor Black History Month, and this often involves our Christian brothers and sisters at Hynson Chapel CME Chuch in downtown Winnsboro.
This year, Hynson Chapel's Rev. DeVaughn Moton had already participated in Tinney Chapel's UMC Pastors Chili Cookoff, an event to benefit the worldwide "Imagine No Malaria" Campaign.
Today, Rev. DeVaughn Moton and his wife, Rev. Mayvone Moton, also of Hynson Chapel CME in Winnsboro, were the main speakers at Tinney Chapel's annual Black History Month Worship service.
Other than participation by our church's pianist Molly Mathis, songleader David Stanton and kids time chair Georgia Goggans, today's entire service was conducted by the Motons after they were introduced by Tinney Chapel Pastor, Rev. Sue Gross.
Perhaps the most welcome surprise of the day came early in the service when both the Motons performed a wonderful musical team testimony, singing, while emphasizing their love for Jesus and their thanks to Him for all He has done for them (and the rest of us).
At one point in this event, Rev. DeVaughn Moton called on the congregation to join in and: "Let's all tell Jesus we love Him."
This unique musical worship may be viewed by clicking the arrow on the video which can be found elsewhere on this Weblog post.
In addition, commentary (including more videos) about each of the two Pastor Moton sermons for this Black History worship service may be found on nearby Weblog posts.
It was an unforgettable day.