Nitya Thomas, who has been a Jubilee Chorus section leader, and conductor for the past year, kicked off the rehearsal with a prayer of unity and a fun icebreaker to introduce members to one another. The icebreaker prompted members to share about their hobbies and the reasons that attracted them to Jubilee. Many of them shared the common desire to join an organization that is God-centered and can help them grow musically. The atmosphere was filled with God's grace and a genuine hope for God's love.
Jubilee Chorus will continue to rehearse every Tuesday, anticipating major choral performances at Immanuel Bronx church and Olivet Center in Dover, and possibly a local church venue. The repertoires are: "Breath of Heaven/Mary's Song" by Amy Grant and Chris Eaton; "Believe" by Mark Hayes, and "Angel's Carol" by John Rutter. These pieces carry poignant melodies and convey the hope and anticipation that God's people harbored at the news of the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Please pray for the development of Jubilee Chorus, that its members can continue to increase and grow in unity. May God's abundant grace fill every rehearsal and strengthen His musicians.
Jubilee World 17th Anniversary/General Assembly commenced with the opening service.
This is the first year that Jubilee World will be the housing partner of YouthWorks, providing lodging to around 70 youths, staffs, and adult chaperones.
Jubilee Word and Olivet Teen Mission North America are uniting together to host Jubilee Youth Music and Dance Camp. This opportunity will allow teens to understand the meaning of worship while also gaining practical experience by preparing for a special performance for Jubilee World’s General Assembly.
Jubilee takes on the music production project in the period of Lent, an ongoing pursuit of Jubilee World's 2019 goals.
From this year, Jubilee Australia started to run two different music group: Jubilee Worship and Jubilee Chamber.
In God's great grace and faithfulness, the first Jubilee World Worship Tour successfully concluded in San Francisco.