A packed house at First Methodist Church in Clinton to hear and sing old hymns.
Sharon Cagle on grand piano dueted with Janie Templeton. The duo accompanied congregational hymns with vigor.
Janie Templeton on organ. She and Sharon Cagle don't often get a chance to play together.
Cletus Murphy, choir director of First Methodist, led the hymns.
Helen Greer singing "Old Time Religion"
Maddie Pittman singing "This Little Light of Mine" accompanied by dad Devin Pittman.
Baker Thompson sang a medley of Deep River and There is a Balm in Gilead.
Denise Berryhill and Charles Berryhill - Wayfarin' Stranger.
Denise McWhorter playing the psaltery
Will Triplett on piano singing I Will Sing of My Redeemer.
First Baptist Praise Team - "It is Well With My Soul"
Henry Brazzell singing and playing What a Friend We Have in Jesus
Sarah Bowman and Lori Burgess duet on Take My Hand Precious Lord
Shelly Licklighter played and sang His Eye is on the Sparrow.
Rev. John Varden, pastor of First Methodist, pictured far left, joined in singing God Bless America to open evening program.
Flowers by Master Gardeners - gathered from byways and gardens decorated altar, windows of church.
Hundreds turned out to listen to talented musicians sing and play. There were plenty of chances for everyone to join in singing old favorites.
Only one group not pictured - the Cokesbury Singers, Annell Orlando, Lisa Brazzell, Wilma Walker, Nancy Thomas, Elizabeth Jewell, Sophia Barkley and Mary Potter.
#BestOHS ever - until next year.