Harley Cheshier

Harley Cheshier

Harley Cheshier
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A short tutorial on how to administer the chalice during the Eucharistic Service.

A short tutorial on how to administer the chalice during the Eucharistic Service.

This is the training video for our 10:30 Eucharistic Ministers. It's designed to teach our EM procedures and help refresh the memory of those who don't serve often.  The organ piece in the background is J.S. Bach's Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier BWV 731.  It is played by Rick Smith, a friend of mine from Beaufort, NC and used with his permission. I would have had our organist Bill DeTurk play but I didn't think about having background music until I was editing the video late in the night.  I…

This is the training video for our Eucharistic Ministers. It's designed to teach our EM procedures and help refresh the memory of those who don't…

This is our church's first training video.  It's designed to teach our acolyte procedures and help refresh the memory of those who don't serve often.  The first organ piece in the background is J.S. Bach's Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier BWV 731.  The second is Bach's 'Little' Prelude in C major BWV 553.  Both are played by Rick Smith, a friend of mine from Beaufort, NC and used with his permission. I would have had our organist Bill DeTurk play but I didn't think about having background music…

This is our church's first training video. It's designed to teach our acolyte procedures and help refresh the memory of those who don't serve often.

This is the training video for our 8am Eucharistic Minister. It's designed to teach our EM procedures and help refresh the memory of those who don't serve often. The organ piece in the background is J.S. Bach's Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier BWV 731. It is played by Rick Smith, a friend of mine from Beaufort, NC and used with his permission. I would have had our organist Bill DeTurk play but I didn't think about having background music until I was editing the video late in the night. I had…

This is the training video for our Eucharistic Minister. It's designed to teach our EM procedures and help refresh the memory of those who don't serve…

This is the training video for our 8am acolyte. It's designed to teach our acolyte procedures and help refresh the memory of those who don't serve often.  The organ piece in the background is J.S. Bach's Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier BWV 731.  It is played by Rick Smith, a friend of mine from Beaufort, NC and used with his permission. I would have had our organist Bill DeTurk play but I didn't think about having background music until I was editing the video late in the night.  I had Rick's…

This is the training video for our acolyte. It's designed to teach our acolyte procedures and help refresh the memory of those who don't serve…