First United Methodist Church of Port Orange, FL – Ocean Baptism on 29 May 2016

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– First United Methodist Church of Port Orange, FL conducted a baptism in the ocean on Sunday, 29 May 2016.

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Russian Empire Cession of Alaska to the United States

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Panel “Alaska Treaty of Cession: Causes & Consequence”: Russian and American scholars and indigenous cultural workers discuss the reasons the Russian Empire cession of Alaska to the United States and its consequences. Professor Stephen Haycox (UAA) moderates the discussions. Russian Scholars: Andrei Grinev of St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russia; Sergei Kan of Dartmouth College, NH; Ilya Vinkovetsky of Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC; Andrei Znamenski of the University of Memphis, TN.
Alaska Native Experts: Joaqlin Estus (Tlingit), journalist/historian/archivist; Aaron Leggett (Dena’ina), museum curator and cultural advisor; David Russell-Jensen (Tsimshian/Iñupiaq), Tlinigit language student. Mount Edgecumbe High School, Sitka, AK. October 17, 2017

List 8 Tourist Attractions in Sitka, Alaska | Travel to United States

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Here, 8 Top Tourist Attractions in Sitka, US State..
There’s Alaska Raptor Center, Sitka National Historic Park/Totem Park, Fortress of the Bear, Sheldon Jackson Museum, Russian Bishop’s House, St. Michael’s Cathedral, Sitka Sound Science Center, Baranof Castle State Historical Site and more…


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NFMHS Chorus & Grace Church Choir Christmas Cantata 2014

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The North Fort Myers High School Chorus and the Grace Church Sanctuary Choir present, “Christmas Cantata 2014.” Relive this amazing night of music!

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Nicolas Haigh Organ Concert at Myers Park United Methodist Church

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The American Guild of Organists, Charlotte, North Carolina Chapter, conclude the 2017 Summer Recital Series with this concert. Prize-winning organist Nicolas Haigh has held positions at New College, Oxford, and York Minster. While in Oxford, he served as organist of the city church, St. Michael at the North Gate, and he frequently accompanied the choir of men and boys at Christ Church Cathedral. He is a recipient of the coveted Limpus Prize from the Royal College of Organists and recently performed in the St Alban’s International Organ Festival. He was a student at Clare College, University of Cambridge, where he graduated with a degree in musicology and held the Sir William McKie Organ Scholarship. Nicolas’ teachers have included Malcolm Archer, Clive Driskill-Smith, James McVinnie, and Jonathan Moyer. He moved to Cleveland, OH, to pursue doctoral studies in historical performance practice at Case Western Reserve University.
He has performed at venues such as the Sydney Opera House, St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, St John’s, Smith Square, Coventry Cathedral, St Patrick’s Cathedral (Belfast), and Liverpool Cathedral. He also performed regularly as both a soloist and accompanist on national radio in the United States and the United Kingdom, accompanying choirs on Choral Evensong and In Tune (BBC Radio 3), as well as on Sunday Worship (BBC Radio 4). He can be heard as an organist on the CD Veni Emmanuel (Harmonia Mundi USA), and as a singer on Imogen Holst: Choral Works (Harmonia Mundi USA), and A Tudor Christmas.
Education: Fellow of Royal College of Organists, Bachelor of Arts in Musicology, Clare College, University of Cambridge (UK)
Previous Positions: York Minster (UK), New College, Oxford (UK), St. Michael at North Gate, Oxford (UK). His hometown is Reading, England

Hailed for her “clear, bright tone” (Cleveland Classical) and described as “fiery, wild, and dangerous” (Classical Voice North Carolina), soprano Margaret Carpenter Haigh is a versatile artist, with repertoire ranging from mediaeval to contemporary music. She has performed as a soloist with the Portland (Maine) Symphony Orchestra, the Winston-Salem Symphony Orchestra, Oxford Bach Soloists, Simon Carrington Chamber Singers, and Apollo’s Fire. Alongside her husband, organist and harpsichordist Nicolas Haigh, Margaret is co-founder of L’Académie du Roi Soleil, an ensemble specializing in French music from the time of Louis XIV and with which she has performed in venues including York Minster; New College Chapel, Oxford; and Clare College Chapel, Cambridge. Ms. Carpenter Haigh holds the M.Mus in Choral Studies from the University of Cambridge, where she was a Gates Cambridge Scholar at Clare College and studied conducting with Stephen Layton. She attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro for her undergraduate degrees in voice (B.M.) and organ (B.A.). Whilst at UNC-Greensboro, she served as assistant chorus-master to the Winston-Salem Symphony Chorus and was selected as a conducting fellow at the Yale Norfolk Chamber Music Festival in Norfolk, CT. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in historical performance practice at Case Western Reserve University where she studied with Ellen Hargis and Aaron Sheehan.

The Myers Park UMC Aeolian-Skinner Organ (Opus 1121, 1947 III/60) with pipe and digital additions by Angerstein & Associates in 1996 which enlarged the organ to IV/81.

Visiting Lancaster Cohousing one of the pilot site of NOBEL GRID project in United Kingdom

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Lancaster Cohousing is one of the five demonstration site of the NOBEL GRID project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.

Lancaster Cohousing provides the best test-bed for NOBEL GRID project since it has lots of on-site renewable generation (solar PV panels, hydro electric scheme and a single biomass boiler) as well as a mixed-use consumption.

Carbon Co-op have teamed up with Lancaster Cohousing co-operative to test new hardware developed in this Horizon 2020 project, the SMX, which is designed to be fitted to already installed smart meters on site adding large amounts of smart network functionality and providing an AMR system for the use of tenants, householders, and the local co-operatives.


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Montana Citizens United Case

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Easter 2009, Hallelujah Chorus, St. Mark United Methodist Church, Atlanta, Georgia

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Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus performed by the Atlanta St. Mark United Methodist Church Chancel Choir, Brass ensemble, and timpani for Easter 2009.

Exploring a 125 Year Old Abandoned United Church (FOUND JESUS)

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A very large and very old Abandoned United Church that dates back to the late 1800’s and was closed about 6 years ago.

A drastic and rapid drop in congregation numbers forced this church to close and now, like so many of the places I explore, its future is up in the air.

As Carlo Paolozza, RiddimRyder Photographyy and I explored and navigated this massive church we just kept finding more and more amazing rooms.

This church welcomed multiple different religions in it’s many different sections.

It’s future is now up in the air, having been closed for roughly 6 years, it sits empty and decay is setting in/

The site of this now vacant church includes two sanctuaries that can each seat approximately 750 people, a chapel, full-service kitchen, gymnasium and a number of classrooms and meeting rooms.

Built in the late 19th Century, it became an evangelical church and then in the mid 40’s it was an Evangelical United Church. In the late 60’s, it joined with the United Church of Canada.

As congregations are shrinking in churches all around it is creating uncertain futures for many historic buildings.  Sadly in the case of this Ontario Closed Churches, the dwindling number of people couldn’t afford to keep the historic building.

It is said that the church had about 400 members in the late 60’s, and when it closed it was down to 100.


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Sandwiching in History August 2015: Oak Forest United Methodist Church

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Built in 1949, the Oak Forest Methodist Church was designed by Little Rock architect John Parks Almand. The distinctive stone building features elements of the Gothic Revival style as well as a Mission-style parapet and bell tower.

It is located at 2415 Fair Park Boulevard, Little Rock.