Apr 14 2015

Community Choir Information

Thank you for your interest in joining the Community Choir for the Expecting God’s Help worship event taking place on May 9th from 10:00am-11:00am. This event will take place in the Cherokee High School Gymnasium. On this page, you will find sheet music and mp3’s for each song to help you prepare for the event. All rehearsals will take place at Hope Community Church located at 4163 Highway 11W, Rogersville, TN. On some songs, you will be asked to perform on the choruses, but some will require that you do the entire song. The choir will be performing with a live band. If you have any questions at all, feel free to contact us!

 

 

Rehearsal Schedule

Friday, April 24th 6:00pm-8:00pm

Tuesday, April 28th 6:00pm-8:00pm

Friday, May 8th 6:00pm-8:00pm

 

Saturday, May 9th 8:00am (At Cherokee) (Day of event)

 

LINKS TO THE FILES YOU WILL NEED:

 

MP3 Files to Learn Songs

Sheet Music and Lyrics

 

Michael Morley

423-345-3533

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Ben Davenport

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Doug Seymore

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Josh Rector

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Apr 12 2015

Hawkins County Praise & Worship Rally

Recent Press Release

The Rogersville faith based organization Expecting God’s Help is at it again.They are currently in the planning stages of the largest ever, countywide “Praise and Worship” event in Hawkins County history.  The Praise and Worship Rally is scheduled for Saturday, May 9th, 2014 at 10:00am in the Cherokee High School gymnasium.  Expecting God’s Help wants anyone and everyone to come to the service.  “We all believe in the same God, we all worship the same Jesus, so let us all come together as ONE, in Unity to praise and worship Our Lord and Savior” said EGH member Sue Thomas.  “We want to overcome any denominational boundaries.  We do not want race, creed or color to be any hindrance whatsoever.  We are all ONE in the eyes of Jesus and we want everyone to come and worship and praise with us as ONE” said Elizabeth Lewis, another of the organizers.

“We are planning on having a great mixture of music for Praise and Worship.  If you worship by raising your hands to the heavens or if you praise by simply sitting quiet and to yourself, or if it is something in between the two, please make plans to attend this event to show that we are all ONE.  We have been asking God to help us in everything, now it is time to offer Him thanks with our worship and praise” said Dr. Blaine Jones, a member of EGH.  A mix of music and prayer is being planned for the service and all of it is aimed at praising and worshiping God.  “We have never had an event like this one” said Pastor Rip Noble, another of the EGH planners.  “We have always had prayer walks or rallies to ask for God’s help but we have never dedicated one of our events solely to praising and worshiping God” he continued.

A Hawkins County Choir is being formed to assist in the Praise and Worship event.  “We hope to have a huge choir assembled for this event and possibly other events later in the year” said Pastor Andy Willis.  If you are interested in participating in this choir, please contact any of the following:  Michael Morley at 345-3533 or his email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; Ben Davenport at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; Doug Seymore at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; or Josh Rector at 357-4321 or his email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .   All residents of Hawkins County are invited to join.  There will be a time commitment expected for rehearsals, to help set up and tear down the set and for the event itself. 

The Expecting God’s Help group has set a tentative plan of events for the 2015 calendar year.  On Sunday, May 17th the annual “Hawkins County Justice Center Prayer Walk” will take place. Sunday, August 2nd is tentatively set to be a time to pray for our schools, teachers, students, etc. as the annual “Hawkins County Schools Prayer Walk” is being planned. Other events may be planned as well.  All of the Expecting God’s Help events are open to anyone whether they are from Hawkins County or not.  Expecting God’s Help is a part of the 501c3 non profit organization Four Square, Inc. in Rogersville.  The EGH organizers are very excited for this upcoming event and they are all hoping for an enthusiastic and overwhelming response.  For more information, visit their Facebook page or the website  www.Expecting-Gods-Help.com.

Apr 2 2015

Organization of Countywide Choir for Hawkins County

Expecting God’s Help is seeking the participation of all residents of Hawkins County.  With a very inspiring event on the way, there is a need for a countywide choir.  Organization of the choir is being led by local music leaders Michael Morley, Ben Davenport , Doug Seymore and  Josh Rector.  They are hoping to assemble the largest choir to ever perform in Hawkins County for a very special EGH event that is coming up - and possibly more in the very near future.  Any and all are invited to participate in this special coming together of our fellow Christian believers to sing in worship and praise of the Heavenly Father.

The first event will be a Hawkins County Praise and Worship Rally at Cherokee High School.  This will be scheduled and announced very soon.  Expecting God’s Help has been organizing Prayer Walks and Rallies for several years now.  Most of the events have been geared towards asking God for help in many areas and involving all of Hawkins County.  “This event will be structured to only honor and offer praise to God” stated Alice Snodgrass, one of the EGH organizers.  “Attendees will be able to worship in their own way as several styles of music and song will be presented” said Sue Thomas, another of the EGH organizers.

Several rehearsals will be required and the time and place for those will be announced very soon.   “We know many will want to join in this awesome opportunity, but we need the commitments to be made soon so plans may continue” said Dr. Blaine Jones of EGH.  If you are interested in participating in this choir, please contact any of the following:  Michael Morley at 345-3533 or his email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; Ben Davenport at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; Doug Seymore at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; or Josh Rector at 357-4321 or his email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .   All residents of Hawkins County are invited to join.  There will be a time commitment expected for rehearsals, to help set up and tear down the set and for the event itself.  The EGH organizers are very excited for this upcoming event and they are all hoping for an enthusiastic and overwhelming response. 

Nov 24 2014

"Thanksgiving @ Christmas" Lineup

Nov 24 2014

"Thanksgiving @ Christmas"

Expecting God’s Help (EGH) and the Rogersville Chamber of Commerce are planning a “Thanksgiving @ Christmas” program after the annual Rogersville Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 6th. Plans are for the program to start approximately 5:30pm and be over around 6:15pm. The Rogersville Middle School & Bulls Gap Middle School Bands, Rogersville Middle School Chorus, Cherokee High School Chorale and the Hasson Street Christian Church Choir will be participating and providing the content of the program along with a few individual talents. After the program, cider and cookies will be served on the Town Square, site of the program.

“Our group has been planning this for several months now. We felt that we had done so many prayer walks and rallies asking for God to help us that now was an appropriate time to have an event where we just thank God for all he has done for us, for all he continues to provide for us and for what he has planned for us in the future” organizer Dr. Blaine Jones said. “What better time to come together and ‘thank’ God than between Thanksgiving and Christmas – the time we celebrate the birth of His Son and Our Savior, Jesus Christ” said EGH member Sue Thomas. “We are planning a program with music, songs and a candlelight service to celebrate and thank God for the most awesome gift of all and to thank Him for all he does for us” stated Elizabeth Lewis, another EGH planner.

The annual Rogersville Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade will kick things off at 4pm as it progresses through historic downtown Rogersville from the east end of town. Lineup for the parade will take place at the East Rogersville Baptist Church/First Community Bank parking lots just off of Main Street. For more parade information call the Chamber office at 423-272- 2186. “We plan to incorporate the annual lighting of the Christmas Tree on Town Square along with this program” said Chamber Director, Nancy Barker. “We are happy to participate with Expecting God’s Help to have a full Christmas program in downtown Rogersville” she continued. “As always, we want to remind you that many businesses will be staying open late for the event and we want to encourage and thank you for shopping at home”. There will be traditional Christmas carols that the audience can participate in. The Rogersville Review will provide their annual Christmas Carol songbooks for the event. “I am working on getting local churches to help me prepare enough cookies and hot cider to serve to attendees” said Alice Snodgrass of the EGH group. Other EGH members who have been instrumental in the planning are Pastor Rip Noble, Stony McLain and Pastor Andy Willis. In case of inclement weather, the program will be moved to the Rogersville 1st Baptist Church on Washington Street in Rogersville, just off of Main Street. Everyone in the community is asked to come to the Parade and then stay and participate in the “Thanksgiving @ Christmas” program that follows. Bring a chair or blanket to sit on and enjoy the start of another Christmas season in Rogersville.

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