The Coshocton County Beacon August 30, 2017 - Page 16

16 THE BEACON www . coshoctonbeacontoday . com AUGUST 30 , 2017

Quartet wows audience

By Mark Fortune mark @ coshoctoncountybeacon . com
COSHOCTON - The sanctuary of the Roscoe United Methodist Church was filled to near capacity and high energy on Saturday evening , Aug . 26 as the talents of Ernie Haase and Signature Sound filled the church with good ‘ ol fashioned foot stompin ’ southern gospel music with some new tunes added .
Mount Vernon native Timothy Noble , who performed his first concert at the age of three , opened up the concert with his talented piano and singing and received a standing ovation . Ernie Haase said this about Noble , “ Timothy ( Noble ) has opened up for us a couple of times before . We were at Milton , West Virginia , at the pumpkin festival . I heard him for the very first time a couple of years ago and was blown away with his talent but more than anything though , his passion . I remember when I first started singing with The Cathedrals , I was 25 . Two or three years before that , George , my future father-in-law , said to me , I can say a lot about your singing and your presentation and all that but I can see in your eyes that God has his hand on you . That ’ s what is going to take you and keep you . I see that in Timothy .”
Michael Hammond emceed the event , which was organized by Roscoe UMC director of music Les Widder . Volunteers helped prepare the church and the members of Coshocton County R . E . A . C . T . managed the parking and traffic flow along with church volunteers .
The concert was sponsored by Christian Health Care Ministries and was dedicated to now retired and long term Roscoe UMC organist Janet Mosier who , although unable to attend , watched the concert via FaceTime . Dale Sutton is the pastor of Roscoe United Methodist Church .
Ernie Haase said he enjoyed , “ Just the community , to walk around and check out Roscoe Village . You can tell right away that this is a tight knit community . Having never been in this church I have great anticipation that we don ’ t have to manipulate or perform , we can just join in on what has already been taking place here in the community . And usually those are the best nights .”
Haase openly expresses his faith at the group ’ s performances , “ We live in a society where there is a lot of discord and so with a quartet we work really hard to bring harmony and to make it blend . Those are great metaphors for what we try to do with our concerts . To bring harmony where there is discord and to show people that four guys can get along and blend together their lives , their different hearts and their passions and their calling .”
“ We find that when we leave a place the feedback we get most of all is that we weren ’ t there for a consensus of opinion , we were there to celebrate the Savior .”
- Ernie Haase
“ We find that when we leave a place the feedback we get most of all is that we weren ’ t there for a consensus of opinion , we were there to celebrate the Savior .”
Haase said when asked if there was a message the group wants the audience to leave with , “ There is a new song we ’ re singing . It ’ s called “ Give Me Jesus ” and I think the world is asking a lot of questions and looking for a lot of answers . The answer is all wrapped up in the eternal Christ .”
“ We can keep pointing people towards what Jesus said was the way to follow . The way to serve and the way to be . I think that is our greatest calling in this day and age . So if you ’ re looking for something slick with a lot of flash and bang the answer is real simple but it ’ s hard , it ’ s hard to get people past all of the noise and realize that Jesus is the answer for the world today .”
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NEWARK – Licking County FAMFEST , is a local celebration of Film , Arts , and Music . This community festival was built on the belief that experiences in film , art , and music can be a catalyst for personal , social , and economic transformation . Student filmmakers , and artists of all ages , are invited to participate . More information and the call for entries forms are at www . lickingcountyfamfest . com . There is no entry fee for either festival .
Student filmmakers are encouraged to submit recently made short films that align with the festival theme “ Express Yourself ” by Sept . 15 . Films selected for inclusion in the festival will be shown at the Licking County Library ( main branch ) on Friday , Sept . 29 . Filmmakers will be notified of acceptance the week of Sept . 18 .
The community art show is open to adults 18 and over , amateur and professional artists are encouraged to participate . All art should tie to the theme “ Express Yourself ” and submissions of an 8x10 photo of your work are due on Sept . 8 , along with the completed application form . Artist will be notified by Sept . 15 . The art venue is the Licking County Library ( main branch ) and the gallery show opening is at 4 p . m . on Sept . 29 .
Licking County FAMFEST celebrates its fourth year in 2017 . The community film , arts and music festival will take place downtown Newark on Sept . 20 , 30 and Oct . 1 , with additional events and art classes happening now . The complete schedule and more information are at www . LickingCountyFAMFEST . com , and on Twitter , Instagram , and Facebook .
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In last week ’ s Beacon , the Community Dinners article stated that the Nazarene Church took over from Park United Methodist Church and that Roscoe United Methodist Church took over for Burt Avenue Wesleyan Church . It should have stated that the Nazarene Church took over from Burt Avenue Wesleyan Church and that Roscoe United Methodist Church took over from Park United Methodist . The Beacon apologizes for the error .

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16 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com Quartet wows audience By Mark Fortune mark@coshoctoncountybeacon.com COSHOCTON - Th e sanctuary of the Roscoe United Methodist Church was fi lled to near capacity and high energy on Saturday evening, Aug. 26 as the talents of Ernie Haase and Signature Sound fi lled the church with good ‘ol fashioned foot stompin’ southern gospel music with some new tunes added. Mount Vernon native Timothy Noble, who per- formed his fi rst concert at the age of three, opened up the concert with his talented piano and singing and received a standing ovation. Ernie Haase said this about Noble, “Timothy (Noble) has opened up for us a couple of times before. We were at Milton, West Virgin- ia, at the pumpkin festival. I heard him for the very fi rst time a couple of years ago and was blown away with his talent but more than anything though, his pas- sion. I remember when I fi rst started singing with Th e Cathedrals, I was 25. Two or three years before that, George, my future father-in-law, said to me, I can say a lot about your singing and your presentation and all that but I can see in your eyes that God has his hand on you. Th at’s what is going to take you and keep you. I see that in Timothy.” Michael Hammond emceed the event, which was or- ganized by Roscoe UMC director of music Les Widder. Volunteers helped prepare the church and the mem- bers of Coshocton County R.E.A.C.T. managed the parking and traffi c fl ow along with church volunteers. Th e concert was sponsored by Christian Health Care Ministries and was dedicated to now retired and long term Roscoe UMC organist Janet Mosier who, although unable to attend, watched the concert via FaceTime. Dale Sutton is the pastor of Roscoe United Methodist Church. Ernie Haase said he enjoyed, “Just the community, to walk around and check out Roscoe Village. You can tell right away that this is a tight knit community. Having never been in this church I have great anticipation that we don’t have to manipulate or perform, we can just join in on what has already been taking place here in the community. And usually those are the best nights.” Haase openly expresses his faith at the group’s performances, “We live in a society where there is a lot of discord and so with a quartet we work really hard to bring harmony and to make it blend. Th ose are great metaphors for what we try to do with our concerts. To bring harmony where there is discord and to show people that four guys can get along and blend together their lives, their diff erent hearts and their passions and their calling.” “We fi nd that when we leave a place the feedback we get most of all is that we weren’t there for a consensus of opinion, we were there to celebrate the Savior.” - Ernie Haase “We fi nd that when we leave a place the feedback we get most of all is that we weren’t there for a consensus of opinion, we were there to celebrate the Savior.” Haase said when asked if there was a message the group wants the audience to leave with, “Th ere is a new song we’re singing. It’s called “Give Me Jesus” and I think the world is asking a lot of questions and look- ing for a lot of answers. Th e answer is all wrapped up in the eternal Christ.” “We can keep pointing people towards what Jesus said was the way to follow. Th e way to serve and the way to be. I think that is our greatest calling in this day and age. So if you’re looking for something slick with a lot of fl ash and bang the answer is real simple but it’s hard, it’s hard to get people past all of the noise and realize that Jesus is the answer for the world today.” Pre-Service Training Classes for people interested in becoming a foster parent or adopting a child . Classes Start October 20 To sign up or for more details, call Rachel Kyle at 295-7494 AUGUST 30, 2017 Licking County FAMFEST accepting entries NEWARK – Licking County FAMFEST, is a local celebra- tion of Film, Arts, and Music. Th is community festival was built on the belief that experiences in fi lm, art, and music can be a catalyst for personal, social, and eco- nomic transformation. Student fi lmmakers, and artists of all ages, are invited to participate. More information and the call for entries forms are at www.lickingcounty- famfest.com. Th ere is no entry fee for either festival. Student fi lmmakers are encouraged to submit recent- ly made short fi lms that align with the festival theme “Express Yourself” by Sept. 15. Films selected for inclu- sion in the festival will be shown at the Licking County Library (main branch) on Friday, Sept. 29. Filmmakers will be notifi ed of acceptance the week of Sept. 18. Th e community art show is open to adults 18 and over, amateur and professional artists are encouraged to participate. All art should tie to the theme “Express Yourself” and submissions of an 8x10 photo of your work are due on Sept. 8, along with the completed application form. Artist will be notifi ed by Sept. 15. Th e art venue is the Licking County Library (main branch) and the gallery show opening is at 4 p.m. on Sept. 29. Licking County FAMFEST celebrates its fourth year in 2017. Th e community fi lm, arts and music festival will take place downtown Newark on Sept. 20, 30 and Oct. 1, with additional events and art classes happening now. Th e complete schedule and more information are at www.LickingCountyFAMFEST.com, and on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Contributed | Beacon Correction In last week’s Beacon, the Community Dinners article stated that the Nazarene Church took over from Park United Methodist Church and that Roscoe United Methodist Church took over for Burt Avenue Wesleyan Church. It should have stated that the Nazarene Church took over from Burt Avenue Wesleyan Church and that Roscoe United Methodist Church took over from Park United Methodist. Th e Beacon apologizes for the error. GET ACTIVE! NEW! RS VOLLEYBALL SETS ONLY $ 275 .00 0020_083017 ROY RABER FAMILY DBA 2 ½ miles S.W. of New Bedford on TR 220 50940 Twp. Rd. 220, Baltic 740-610-8586 000 |)5QՕ̸Q̸ɤ)]Mи