Recently Jubilee Orchestra recruited a new staff member for the role of music librarian. His name is Zachary Hicks, a recent graduate from New York University with a music degree in flute performance. A music librarian's responsibilities are essential. He will compile all the orchestral scores, scan each part individually, and send them out to musicians. Most importantly, he needs to check if each instrument's part matches the conductor's master score. It is a position that requires specialized music-reading skills and experiences in the orchestra.
Zach will also assist with arrangement of Jubilee Orchestra rehearsals. He will work closely with the conductor, concertmaster, and manager. Zach works diligently and is looking forward to the Christmas Concert.
Thank God for providing Jubilee Orchestra a candidate for this special position. Zach's addition to the staff will add much strength to Jubilee Orchestra. May God continue to send workers for the imminent harvest in the Kingdom of God.
By the grace of God on September 17th, Jubilee World Ukraine representative Sergiy Cherevatenko took part in a concert, which was held as a part of a program of Nick Vujicic's lecture on the open space. Sergiy is very happy, as he met many musicians, who are believers.
Jubilee Mongolia plans to hold revival worship uniting all members in October. It includes a worship team which used to serve in the beginning of Jubilee Mongolia, youth worship team, teen worship team and dance team.
Fellowship department director said, "Jubilee World encourages to its musicians and members to compose original songs. I wish graceful and powerful jubilee songs confirm and precious products made by Jubilee members."
Jubilee ministry in Chennai along with Faith Community Church are very thankful to Christian musicians who yet again volunteered for the joint event that was held over the weekend successfully.
"Music is the art of the prophets and the gift of God." Martin Luther said.
On July 27, Jubilee World in St. Louis marked the completion of summer programs and campus development. Over 100 volunteers came to help with cleanup and development for the campus during the summer. Volunteers came from YouthWorks, Mentors in Motion, Jubilee Latin America, all parts of the nation and the local St. Louis community to support the vision of community development.