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HB in Bracebridge ON

By @ 11/15/15 in News & Updates

Heritage Brass visited Bracebridge Salvation Army Corps for the weekend 7-8 November 2015. The corps people provided a supper for the band and their spouses before the band presented an evening programme of music. The band began with the March – “Southall One Hundred”  followed with a Congregational Song Arrangement: “Praise My Soul.” Other items included the Intrada – “To A God Like This” and William Himes lovely composition “Soli Deo Gloria.” Before finishing the first half of the programme the band sang “My Jesus, I Love Thee” and finished out the first half of the programme with Fantasy On American Spirituals – “Jubilation.”

The band opened the second half of the programme with the Cornet and Trombone Feature – “In Good Company” followed by the Festival March – “Concord.” The band sang once again with the Hymn Setting – “My Jesus, I Love Thee.” Major Greg Simmonds (Executive Officer) brought a brief devotional which was followed by the Cornet Solo – “I Surrender All” by bandsman Deryck Diffey. The band finished their programme with the Festival Arrangement – “We Have An Anchor.”

The evening concert was well appreciated by the folk who gathered.

Sunday morning saw the band preparing to lead worship led by Major Greg Simmonds. Bandsperson Sylvia Thompson brought a very meaningful, emotional personal testimony. Major Cliff Holman took charge of the children’s time. The band sang the song “Simply Trusting Every Day” and played Len Ballantine’s “I know thou art Mine.” Major Simmonds brought the morning message.

Following the morning meeting, the corps people provided a lunch for everyone. The Corps Officer Captain Fred Reid expressed appreciation for the visit of the band. It was the feeling of the band that the weekend had been very successful and God-glorifying. It had been explained to the band that many ‘new’ people had joined the corps in the last few years and would have been introduced to a ‘new picture’ of the Salvation Army in the band’s ministry. It was good to interact with the folk and share Christ with one another. We give God all the glory.


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