Video Memories

Enjoy some of our shared life experiences by video!

MARCH 29 and 31, 2013: Good Friday was as a day of remembering and being grateful. “Thank you, Jesus, for your amazing love, courage, and faithfulness!” This day of gratitude included at Mt. Vernon a special time of “meeting at the cross.” There were eight stations in the hallway and foyer that helped us remember. Each station included reflective reading and an interactive response. Then communion was shared in the sanctuary at the foot of the cross. “Lord Jesus, help us to live every day in our hearts at the foot of the cross…surrendered to you and receiving from you all you provided through your death and resurrection.” Andrew Hostetler put together a creative video that captures well this experience. For those who were there, this can help us remember. For those who were not able to be there, this gives you a glimpse into that experience. (To see this video, click below.) Easter morning – or, as I prefer calling it, Resurrection morning – brought with it a wonderful sense of joy in knowing that not only was Jesus risen, but he is risen. He continues alive. He is risen indeed! Jesus continues to be the life we desire and need!

The most recent files are the first ones below. For earlier files, please scroll down the page. This is a quick list of contents for this page:

  • Advent 2013 Blended Interview with Five People: Oh Come Let Us Adore Him
  • Advent 2013 Individual Interviews: Ruth Devine, Ashly Ash, Josh Foley, Meredith Hostetter, Mike Kearney
  • VBS 2013 Video – Not Forgotten
  • VBS 2013 Slide Show – Not Forgotten
  • Yard Sale 2013 Promo Video
  • Good Friday 2013 at Mt. Vernon (Drop-in Communion with Stations of the Cross)

Immediately below is a special video interview with five people around our Advent 2013 theme of Oh Come Let Us Adore Him. (This is the video shown during the Christmas Eve Celebration.) Following this blend of all of the interviews is a more in-depth interview with each one: Ruth Devine, Ashly Ash, Josh Foley, Meredith Hostetter, and Mike Kearney. (All interviews were by Mervin Charles, shot and edited by Andrew Hostetler.) We hope you enjoy these and are encouraged as you join in worshiping Christ the Lord!

You may also want to enjoy Ashly’s blog at http://crutchprints.com/.

VBS 2013 VIDEO – This video is a great reminder that VBS (Vacation Bible School) at Mt. Vernon was a great time with wonderful children. Enjoy the video and the theme for the week – NOT FORGOTTEN!  (PS IF your Internet connection and computer are fast enough, you can click on the little “wheel” at the bottom right of the picture and choose a better picture quality. The top one is 1080p. This will look the best, but if the video skips, then go to a lower number.)  VBS 2013 SLIDESHOW – VBS at Mt. Vernon was captured in a slide show, shown on the closing evening (Friday, July 12). You’re welcome to see this slide show, immediately below. There are lots of great pictures! (Note: There is a sound track for the first half of the slide show. The second half does not have a sound track. It’s not a problem with your computer!) ENJOY!

 

Here’s a great  yard sale promo by our professional advertising team. 🙂

Thanks to actors Terry, Nancy, and Elizabeth.

Written by Terry, shot and  produced by Andrew Hostetler, http://www.routetenimages.com

MARCH 29 and 31, 2013: Good Friday was as a day of remembering and being grateful. “Thank you, Jesus, for your amazing love, courage, and faithfulness!” This day of gratitude included at Mt. Vernon a special time of “meeting at the cross.” There were eight stations in the hallway and foyer that helped us remember. Each station included reflective reading and an interactive response. Then communion was shared in the sanctuary at the foot of the cross. “Lord Jesus, help us to live every day in our hearts at the foot of the cross…surrendered to you and receiving from you all you provided through your death and resurrection.” Andrew Hostetler put together a creative video that captures well this experience. For those who were there, this can help us remember. For those who were not able to be there, this gives you a glimpse into that experience. (To see this video, click below.) Easter morning – or, as I prefer calling it, Resurrection morning – brought with it a wonderful sense of joy in knowing that not only was Jesus risen, but he is risen. He continues alive. He is risen indeed! Jesus continues to be the life we desire and need!

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