Simpson County Courthouse, Mendenhall, MS - Built in 1907
The Courthouse is 100 Years Old this Year...
Here are a few pictures from Hosanna's 2007 Homecoming. We thank all those who came to sing, and the many people who came to listen and praise Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. The program began with soloists and new groups at 11 a.m. on Saturday, February 27th, with the other groups starting at 1 p.m. and ending about 9:00 that night. The weather outside was cold and wet, but inside there was a warm, sweet, sweet spirit. We thank God for blessing the Hosanna's Homecoming again.
West Black Creek Quartet, Sumrall, MS, doing a great job on some old favorites.
Yearly favorites Endless Praise, traveling up from Mobile, AL
The Slaughter Family, from Many, LA brought with them some great family harmony blend.
The Harrell's appeared this year for the first time, traveling from Colyell, LA (Yes, that's right - Col-yell)
King's Messengers came in from Calvin, LA for the weekend, bringing to central Mississippi some great "sangin".
Bonnie Brown and friends (?) Gloryland Quartet. The crowd was blessed to hear Ms. Bonnie sing again this year.
Gloryland Quartet, Brookhaven, MS. Great tight harmony!
Host group Hosanna, of Magee, MS with a crowd favorite gospel song...
Pam, Jason and Amy - The Riders - once again blessing the crowd.
Emcee Rev. Mike Fort, keeping the program moving along. Thank you...
"Shoutin' Time" - Jason, Tommy and Charles showing some fancy footwork...
Gerald Vance and Robbie Smith closing out this year's program with
a great ending to perennial favorite "Oh, What a Savior"....
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