Praise Practice

Photos by Daniel Vasta/The Herald
Abigayle Seitz, 14, of Velpen, left, Cole Gunderson, 12, of Jasper, Worship Leader Courtney Heberer of Santa Claus and Emilee Seitz, 16, of Velpen, rehearse during a young adult praise team band practice at Shiloh United Methodist Church in Jasper on Thursday. "It's training them to think less about themselves, and more about what they are doing," Heberer said, expressing the importance of worshiping not just as a performance. The rehearsal was in preparation for the Second Mile Sunday service, which focuses on community engagement and outreach through partnerships with local organizations such as Tri-Cap Family Planning, Crisis Connection Inc., and Transforming Hope Center for Women's Ministries. 

 

Jessika Henning of Montgomery tunes her guitar during a young adult praise team band practice at Shiloh United Methodist Church in Jasper on Thursday. 

 

Worship leader Courtney Heberer of Santa Claus, center, leads the young adult praise team band practice at Shiloh United Methodist Church in Jasper on Thursday. 



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