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                                                      116th Annual Session
2010 Hammond Hill Sunday School
                                                                              and
  Congress of Christian Education
                                 Pastor Bernard Montgomery, President
                                        Pastor Dwight Jones Vice-President
                                                Ms. Patricia Hurt, Secretary
                                                 Dr. Michael O. Minor, Dean
                                                    National Theme 2010-11:
                                      Solidarity with the Savior




                       July 19-23, 2010
                     Hernando, Mississippi
                                Locations:
                 Beachum Chapel: 2806 Elm Street
   Historical Baptist Industrial College Campus: 2809 Elm Street
              Pleasant Hill: 1190 West Oak Grove Road
       Second Baptist-Hernando: 529 West Oak Grove Road
               Rising Sun: 2840 West Oak Grove Road

        Auxiliary to the Pleasant Hill-Bethlehem Association
                      Dr. Sherman Helton, Moderator
   Pastor Isaac Slack, First Vice-Moderator   Ms. Glennie Bowdre, Secretary
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                                    HAMMOND HILL SUNDAY SCHOOL AND
                                    CONGRESS OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
                                              www.midsouthchurches.org
                                           Auxiliary to the Pleasant Hill-Bethlehem Association
                                                      Dr. S. L. Helton, Sr., Moderator
                                                      Ms. Glennie Bowdre, Secretary
                                        Pastor Bernard Montgomery, President
                                         Pastor Dwight Jones, Vice-President
                                Dr. Michael O. Minor, Dean Ms. Patricia Hurt, Secretary
President
Pastor Bernard Montgomery
New Bethany Baptist Church        June 2010
Secretary
Ms. Patricia Hurt
Rising Sun Baptist Church         Dear Pastors and Christian Friends:
Vice President
Pastor Dwight Jones
Paradise Baptist Church           Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
Assistant Secretary
Ms. Anise Jefferson
Oak Hill Baptist Church
                                  Our 116th annual session of the Hammond Hill Sunday School and Congress of
Treasurer
                                  Christian Education will convene July 19 – 23, 2010, in Hernando, Mississippi, on the
Ms. Mattie Wallace-Stokes         Historical Baptist Industrial High School Campus and at Pleasant Hill, Second Baptist-
Shiloh Baptist Church
                                  Hernando, and Rising Sun. Our theme is “Solidarity with the Savior: Educating,
Youth/Young Adult &
Performing Arts Director          Empowering, and Equipping the Local Church” (Ephesians 2.14-18, Philippians 1.12-18,
Pastor Andrew Miller
New Fellowship Baptist Church
                                  Luke 9.18-27, 1 Peter 4.7-11). Along with President Bernard Montgomery, we look
Children’s Institute Directress
                                  forward to us all sharing ways to strengthen our local churches.
Ms. Virdia Bowdre
Morgan Grove Baptist Church
                                  Please receive or download this Registration Packet at www.midsouthchurches.org.
Minister of Music
Ms. Inez Thomas                   Complete it as soon as you can. We want to do the very best job possible for all of you in
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church      processing your church’s enrollment to make comfortable accommodations for all of you
Pianist
Mr. Carlos Matthews
                                  to attend classes and workshops. Transportation will be provided among Congress
New Hope-Walls Baptist Church     locations.
Immediate Past President
Mr. H. H. Brown
New Hope-Walls Baptist Church     Included in this packet is an overview of the week’s activities. We give special attention
President-Emeritus                to the open house for the B. I. High School History Room on Wednesday from 5-8 p.m.
Mr. Robert King
New Hope-Sth Baptist Church
                                  Additionally, our children and youth and young adults will close our annual session with
Secretary-Emeritus                their annual pageant and rally featuring the Congress Workshop Choir, Liturgical Dance
Ms. Gemenie Bowdre                Institute, and Children’s Institute.
Morgan Grove Baptist Church
Dean
Dr. Michael O. Minor              Finally, we look forward to another blessed session. Feel free to contact me with any
Oak Hill Baptist Church
                                  questions or requests for additional information at (901) 826-8355 or
Associate Dean
Minister Dorothy Jones            mom@midsouthchurches.org.
Antioch-Walls Baptist Church
Dean-Emeritus
Pastor C J Thomas
                                  Yours for the cause of Christ,
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church
Zone Coordinators
Hernando Central:
 Pastor Antonio Jones,
Desoto County Northeast:          Your Dean
 Pastor Joseph Thomas,
Highway 4 South:                  Dr. Michael O. Minor
 Pastor Dwight Jones,
Coldwater-Arkabutla:
 Pastor James Hardrick,
Walls:
 Pastor Callaway Bain,

                                  Serving Baptist Churches in Northwest Mississippi Since 1893
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  2010 Hammond Hill Sunday School and Congress of Christian Education
                      Solidarity with the Savior
Schedule-at-a-Glance
Monday (BI)
6:30 – 7:10 Plenary Session/Business Period
7:10 – 7:30 Lecture Period
7:40 – 9:20 Class Period 1
Tuesday (BI)     Focus: Health and Wellness
5:45 – 6:40 Plenary Session/Business Period
6:40 – 7:25 Dean Minor’s Ninth Annual Address
7:40 – 9:20 Class Period 2
Wednesday (BI) Focus: B.I. High School History Room Open House (5:00 – 8:00 p.m.)
6:30 – 6:55 Plenary Session/Business Period
6:55 – 7:20 Lecture Period
7:30 – 9:00 Class Period 3
9:00 – 9:55 Mid-Week Worship
Thursday (BI) Focus: Pastors
6:30 – 6:50 Plenary Session/Business Period
6:50 – 7:20 President Montgomery’s Third Annual Address
7:20 – 7:30 Pastoral Recognition
7:30 – 9:20 Class Period 4
Friday (PH)      Focus: Children and Youth and Young Adults
6:30 – 7:15 Plenary Sessions/Business Period
7:30 – 10:00 Children’s and Youth and Young Adult Rallies; Theme: “He Saw the Best in Me”
Children and Youth/Young Adult and Performing Arts Schedule-at-a-Glance
Monday            6:30 – 7:30       General Assembly (BI)
                  7:40 – 9:15       Seminar Session/Workshop Activities (SL)
Tuesday           6:45 – 9:15       Seminar Session/Workshop Activities (SL)
Wednesday         6:45 – 8:50       Seminar Session/Workshop Activities (SL)
                  9:10 – 9:55       Worship (BI)
Thursday          6:45 – 9:15       Seminar Session/Workshop Activities (SL)
Friday            6:00 – 7:00       Rehearsal for Children and Youth and Young Adult Rallies (PH)
                  7:30 – 10:00      Children’s and Youth and Young Adult Rallies (PH)
Locations: BI = Brown/King Building on the Historical B. I. High School Campus; PH = Pleasant Hill; SL = Satellite
Locations
Addresses, Lectures, Sermons
Theme: Solidarity with the Savior
Lectures
Monday: Pastor T. J. Matthews, Mt. Calvary (Ephesians 2.14-18)
Wednesday: Pastor John Givens, Pleasant Valley (Philippians 1.12-18)
Sermon
Wednesday: Pastor Bartholomew Orr, Brown
Addresses
Tuesday: Dean Michael O. Minor, Oak Hill (Luke 9.18-27)
Thursday: President Bernard Montgomery, New Bethany (1 Peter 4.7-11)
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  2010 Hammond Hill Sunday School and Congress of Christian Education
                      Solidarity with the Savior
Officers
Pastor Bernard Montgomery, President
    Pastor Dwight Jones, Vice President             Ms. Anise Jefferson, Assistant Secretary
    Ms. Patricia Hurt, Secretary                    Ms. Mattie Wallace-Stokes, Treasurer
Pastor Andrew Miller, Performing Arts and Youth and Young Adult Director
    Ms. Virdia Bowdre, Children Directress          Ms. Melisa James, Asst. Children Directress
    Ms. Lorene Orr, Asst. Children Directress       Ms. Tameka Jones, Liturgical Dance Institute Coordinator
    Ms. Trimika Bowdre, Asst. Children Directress
Ms. Inez Thomas, Minister of Music
Mr. Carlos Matthews, Pianist
Minister Bruce Bradford, Transportation Coordinator
Minister Randy Dandridge, Outreach Coordinator
Mr. H. H. Brown, Immediate Past President
Mr. Robert King, President-Emeritus
Ms. Gemenie Bowdre, Secretary-Emeritus & Chair-Historical Commission
Dean’s Staff
Dr. Michael O. Minor, Dean
    Pastor C J Thomas, Immediate Past Dean          Ms. Minnie Wilkinson, Health and Wellness Coordinator
    Minister Dorothy Jones, Associate Dean          Ms. Annette Dunbar, Classification Secretary
Zone Coordinators
Hernando Central – Pastor Antonio Jones
Desoto County Northeast – Pastor Joseph Thomas
Highway 4 South – Pastor Dwight Jones
Coldwater/Arkabutla – Pastor James Hardrick
Walls – Pastor Calloway Bain
Auxiliary to the PLEASANT HILL-BETHLEHEM ASSOCIATION
Dr. Sherman L. Helton, Moderator
Pastor Isaac Slack, First Vice-Moderator Ms. Glennie Bowdre, Secretary
NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION, U.S.A., INC.
Dr. Julius Scruggs, President
Dr. Jerry Young, Vice-President at Large Dr. Calvin McKinney General Secretary
NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION SOUTHWEST REGION
Dr. Harry Blake; Baton Rouge, LA; Vice-President
SUNDAY SCHOOL PUBLISHING BOARD
Dr. Kelly M. Smith, Jr., Executive Director
Dr. Jonathan McPherson; Birmingham, Alabama; Southwest Region I - Regional Coordinator
NORTH MISSISSIPPI BAPTIST EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION INCORPORATED
Dr. Coleman Crawford, Jr., President
Dr. Sherman L. Helton, Sr., First Vice-President Minister Dwight Carter, Secretary
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        2010 Hammond Hill Sunday School and Congress of Christian Education
                            Solidarity with the Savior
                                   Course Listing and Descriptions
Division I: Certificate of Progress Program (COPP) Courses
Important Notice: Again, this year COPP courses will be offered for both credit and non-credit. Students attending
class Monday through Friday will receive a certificate. Classes will end earlier approximately at 9:20 p.m. nightly.
Those attending a closing class session conducted by the Dean on Friday, July, 23, 2010, will receive a certified
card. Participants completing at least 80% of class time will receive certificates of completion; others will receive a
certificate of attendance. ** = designates new course offering
Phase I Courses
Note: Courses 1004 and 9001 are only open to students enrolled in the COP Program and are NOT offered during
regular class times
1004 Effective Bible Reading** – Dr. Michael O. Minor
This course identifies methods and approaches to Bible study that can lead to spiritual growth and
Christian maturity. Areas that will be covered include the structure of the Bible, resources for personal
study, and other subjects that will add meaning to the reading of the Bible.
9001 Fundamentals of English Grammar** – Dr. Michael O. Minor
This course is designed to familiarize the students with the English language, particularly relative to writing
skills. This course is a prerequisite for course 9004: Writing techniques I.
Phase II Course
6024 Organizing an Effective Baptist Training Union (BTU) (Dormitory 1st Floor) – Ms. Mattie Stokes
This course is designed to help the student organize, promote, administer, and effectively operate a
Baptist Training Union (BTU).
Phase III Course
2071 Christian Character and How It Develops (Brown/King Building) **– Pastor Callaway Bain
This course will concentrate on the components of Christian character. Students will identify the method
for the growth of Christian character. Case studies will be used to apply biblical principles to
contemporary, social, economic, and political issues.
Phase IV Courses
7033 Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts (Dormitory 1st Floor) ** - Dr. Sherman L. Helton
The aim of this course is to help the students understand whom God has uniquely made them to be. In
addition, in this course, the students will work through a spiritual gift assessment that will help them to
discover their spiritual gift(s). Discovering their spiritual gifts will prepare them to move into a meaningful
area of service where they best fit into the body of Christ.
Elective Courses
2013 The Baptist Church Covenant (Pleasant Hill) ** – Pastor James Hardrick
This course will focus on the design and fundamental study of biblical mandates of our Baptist church
covenant.
8059 Family and Parenting Counseling (Dormitory 2nd Floor) - Pastor W. T. Reynolds
The purpose of this course is to introduce church leaders to available resources that will strengthen their
ministry to families with children. In addition to introducing the students to current literature, the course will
provide basic information and techniques for work with parents and family leaders.
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Division II: Church Leadership and Administration Seminars
Note: These are not certified courses. Participants completing at least 80% of class time will receive certificates of
completion; others will receive a certificate of attendance.
Seminar 1: The Names of Jesus in the Bible (Brown/King Building) – Pastor Green Oliver, Jr.
This seminar will focus on the over 700 names of Jesus in the Bible by examining the names of Jesus, the
title Lord, and office of Christ including the groupings of the names of Jesus.
Seminar 2: Women in Ministry EEE Workshop (Pleasant Hill) – Elder Phyllis Sanford
This cooperative workshop with the Coldwater River Women in Ministry Association (CRA) will focus on
how to use God’s word to engage, educate and empower women and young ladies (clergy/non-clergy),
helping them to manifest God's divine plan in their lives.
Division III: Church Ministries Division
Note: These are not certified courses. Participants completing at least 80% of class time will receive certificates of
completion; others will receive a certificate of attendance.
Seminar 3: Spiritual Elements Essential for Discipleship (S.E.E.D.) Workshop (Rising Sun) –
Pastor Reginald Taylor
Spiritual Elements Essential for Discipleship (S.E.E.D.) is a spiritual formation series seeking to enable
people to mature in their Christian walk. Taught in a classroom setting, each session is designed to
challenge, convict, and convert people to be better disciples for Jesus Christ.
Seminar 4: Starting a Congregational Health Ministry Workshop (Coleman Crawford Estates) –
Ms. Minnie Wilkinson, LHA
In this workshop, the facilitator will guide participants in developing a plan to implement an effective health
and wellness ministry integrating biblical foundations with practical organizational planning tips.
Information will also be provided on the upcoming regional Healthy Congregations Conference, Saturday,
October 9, 2010.
Seminar 5: Experiencing Sunday Worship Workshop (Dormitory 1st Floor) – Pastor Eric Lee
This interactive worship will answer the question, “What is real worship?” It is a good question. Worship is
the most important thing that a human being can do. It is the high point of what it really means to be a
believer. Worship is the most important thing we will do each week. Even if we should discover the cure
for cancer on Wednesday, worship is the most important thing the church does. So, we had better get it
right, shouldn't we?

Division IV: Performing Arts and Youth and Young Adult Division (Ages 5 – 21)
Pastor Andrew Miller, Director
An additional fee of $5.00 per participant will be assessed with a maximum fee of $100 for 20 or more
participants. The top three participating churches will receive the Fifth Annual Cleo Award. Participants will
also prepare for Friday night’s Youth and Young Adult Rally.
Section 1: Choral Music Workshop (Second Baptist Church-Hernando) – Mr. Carlos Matthews
This workshop is open to choir directors, church musicians, choir officers, choir members, and all others
interested in the presentation of scripture-anchored Gospel music. Participants will learn new musical
selections that may be used in their home churches. The Congress Workshop Choir will perform during
Friday’s Youth and Young Adult Rally.
Section 2: Youth Evangelism Workshop (Second Baptist Church-Hernando) – Minister Randy Dandridge
In this interactive workshop, participants will actually begin class the week of July 12, 2010, as the
workshop coordinator will lead participants in actual street evangelism to youth in the neighborhoods near
the Historical B. I. High School Campus. Students should contact the workshop leader at
yya@midsouthchurches.org or (662) 292-2607. During the Congress, participants will assist in
transporting these youth as well as evangelizing to them in cooperation with the Division IV Workshop
staff. Students will also learn about the basics of street evangelism.
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Section 3: Children’s Institute (Ages 5-11) (Second Baptist-Hernando Family Life Center) –
Ms. Virdia Bowdre
A variety of interactive activities will be offered to aid children in developing a broader understanding about
God’s love, recognition about the necessity of salvation, and a desire to share the love of Jesus with
others. These activities will be reinforced through preparation for the Children’s Rally on Friday night.
Special Instructions: All participating churches are asked to provide at least one chaperon each night. Churches
are asked to drop off youth each evening at Second Baptist – Hernando Family Life Center before going to the main
assembly at the Brown/King Building. Children may be picked up beginning at 9:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday.
Section 4: Liturgical Dance Institute (Rising Sun) – Ms. Tameka Jones
This institute is open to liturgical dance teams and their coordinators. During interactive sessions,
participants will focus on the Biblical basis for the liturgical dance, creative ways to perform, and
appropriate dance attire. Participants will perform during the Youth and Young Adult Rally on Friday night.
Participants should come dressed in work out attire nightly.
Section 5: Youth – Doing the Right Thing (Pleasant Hill) – Mr. James Miller
In this traditional working section, participants will apply biblical lessons to real world situations learning
how to do the right thing. Students will receive a class guide for in-class activities and further study.
Section 6: Keeping It Real! (Pleasant Hill) – Ms. Janice Jolly
This section is only open to participants who have completed a parental consent form for
participation. Churches may download forms from www.midsouthchurches.org. In this section,
participants will be led in an interactive dialogue about contemporary issues facing youth and young adults
today.

                               2010-2011 Calendar of Events
                             www.midsouthchurches.org/calendar
July 10, 2010          Keeping It Real! Regional Summit at West Antioch #2, 8:30 am - 5:00 p.m.
July 19-23             Hammond Hill Congress in Hernando, MS
July 26-30             Sardis Northeast Congress at Liberty (Coldwater, MS)
August 7               Rising Sun Usher Federation at St. Paul, 2:30 p.m.
August 14              Sunday School/S.E.E.D. Workshop at Second Baptist-Hernando, 10:00 am
September 6-10         National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. in Kansas City
September 20-22        Pleasant Hill-Bethlehem Association on the Historical Baptist Industrial High School Campus
October 9              Healthy Congregations North Mississippi Faith Community Conference and Annual Meeting
                       of the Rising Sun Usher Federation at the Desoto Civic Center, 8:30 am - 3:30 p.m.
October 19-20          Sister Queenie Taylor Institute/Empowerment Conference at Shiloh
November 8-11          State Convention on the Historical Baptist Industrial High School Campus
December 6-8           Sunday School Publishing Board December Conference in Nashville
December 11            Congress Prayer Breakfast at New Hope-Southaven
January 17-21, 2011    National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. Mid-Winter Board Meeting in Nashville
February 5             State Congress (Hammond Hill/Sardis Northeast) Annual Teachers’ Meeting
March 3-5              Unity Conference 2011 at Second Baptist-Pontotoc (MS), 10:00 am
March 18-19            NBC Superintendents, Directors and Teachers Institute in Nashville
March 21-24            State Congress in Hernando, MS
April 12-14            Congress-wide/Evangelistic Board Revival at Oak Grove, 7:00 p.m.
June 11                Regional Global Day of Prayer Observance at the Desoto Civic Center, 6:00 p.m.
July 18-22             Hammond Hill Congress in Hernando, MS

                                   Note: Dates and times are subject to change
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                            REGISTRATION FORM & INSTRUCTIONS
      Hammond Hill Sunday School and Congress of Christian Education
             Serving Baptist Churches in Northwest Mississippi Since 1893
                                         July 19-23, 2010
                                     www.midsouthchurches.org
                              Pastor Bernard Montgomery, President
                                Pastor Dwight Jones, Vice-President
                      Dr. Michael O. Minor, Dean Ms. Patricia Hurt, Secretary
                              Read the instructions for this form on page 8.
Part I: General Registration Information
1. Date: ________________ Total Number Registered: _______
2. Contact Person: _________________ Phone (Day): _____________ Phone (Evening): ____________
3. Church Name _______________________________________ Phone ____________________
Fax ___________________ E-mail Address _________________________________________
Mailing Address ______________________________________________________
City ___________________________________________________ Zip ___________________
4. Pastor’s Name ___________________________________ E-mail ____________________________
Mailing Address ______________________________________________________
City ___________________________________________________ Zip ___________________
E-mail Address: ______________________________________________________________________
5. Superintendent’s Name ______________________________ E-mail __________________________
Mailing Address ______________________________________________________
City ___________________________________________________ Zip ___________________
6. Youth Ministry Leader’s Name ___________________________ E-mail ________________________
Mailing Address ______________________________________________________
City ___________________________________________________ Zip ___________________
E-mail Address: ______________________________________________________________________
             7. Sunday Church School                      8. Weekly Church School (Bible Class)
 Number Enrolled __________                         Night Offered ____________
 Average Attendance __________                      Average Weekly Attendance _________
 Number of Classes Offered __________               Number Classes Offered _________

9. Name of Publisher for Sunday and Weekly Church School Material (Check all that apply.):
                                                        Cooks Sunday School Commentary
                                                        Expositor
Sunday School Publishing Board                          Standard Lesson Commentary
Townsend Press                                          The New International Lesson Annual
Flashlight (Commentary)                                                                  ____________
10. Does your church school have a “Guest Sunday School Day”? (Circle one.) yes no
10b. If so, what is the date and time? ___________________
11. How many of your church members are enrolled in the Certificate of Progress Program (COPP)? _____
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Instructions
Abbreviated Course Listing
Note: See course listing beginning on page 5 for course descriptions.
Division I: Certificate of Progress Program (COPP) Courses
Important Notice: Since less than 10% of class participants participate in the COP Program, again this year COPP courses will be offered for
both credit and non-credit. Students attending class Monday through Friday will receive a certificate. Classes will end earlier approximately at
9:20 p.m. nightly. Those attending a closing class session conducted by the Dean on Friday, July 23, 2010, will receive a certified card.
Participants completing at least 80% of class time will receive certificates of completion; others will receive a certificate of attendance.
 ** = designates new course offering
Division I: Certificate of Progress Program (COPP) Courses
Phase I Courses                                            Phase III Courses
Note: Courses 1004 and 9001 are only open to students                  2071 Christian Character and How It Develops ** - Pastor Callaway Bain
enrolled in the COP Program and are NOT offered during                 Phase IV Courses
regular class times                                                    7033 Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts – Dr. Sherman L. Helton
1004 Effective Bible Reading** and 9001 Fundamentals of English
Grammar** - Dr. Michael O. Minor                                       Elective Courses
                                                                       2013 The Baptist Church Covenant ** – Pastor James Hardrick
Phase II Courses                                                       8059 Family and Parenting Counseling – Pastor W. T. Reynolds
6024 Organizing an Effective Baptist Training Union (BTU) –
Ms. Mattie Stokes
Division II: Church Leadership and Administration Seminars
Seminar 1: The Names of Jesus in the Bible – Pastor Green Oliver, Jr.
Seminar 2: Women in Ministry EEE Workshop (open to both clergy and non-clergy) – Elder Phyllis Sandford
Division III: Church Ministries Division
Seminar 3: Spiritual Elements Essential for Discipleship S.E.E.D. Workshop – Pastor Reginald Taylor
Seminar 4: Starting a Congregational Health Ministry – Ms. Minnie Wilkinson, LHA
Seminar 5: Experiencing Sunday Worship Workshop – Pastor Eric Lee
Division IV: Performing Arts and Youth and Young Adult Division (Ages 5 – 21)
Section 1: Choral Music Workshop – Mr. Carlos Matthews                        Section 4: Liturgical Dance Institute – Ms. Tameka Jones
Section 2: Youth Evangelism Workshop –                                        Section 5: Youth – Doing the Right Thing – Mr. James Miller
Minister Randy Dandridge                                                      Section 6: Keeping It Real!** – Ms. Janice Jolly
Section 3: Children’s Institute (Ages 5-11) – Ms. Viridia Bowdre               (**KIR! Participants must complete parental consent form.)
Instructions for Completing the Registration Form
E-mail to mom@midsouthchurches.org or fax to (901) 366-9880 by Saturday, July 17. Mail by Thursday, July 15 to
Hammond Hill Congress Early Registration c/o Dean Michael O. Minor, 2969 Inverness Parkway Drive; Memphis, TN 38115.
Line 1. Fill the date that form was mailed or faxed. List the total number of class attendees including children 11 and under.
Line 2. List the name, day and evening phone number, and e-mail address (if applicable) for the person to be contacted for any clarification of
information completed. The contact person can be the pastor, superintendent, or another person.
Line 3. Complete the church information. Be sure to list the church mailing address and not the physical address. If your church does not have
an e-mail address, list the e-mail address of the pastor or other designee.
Lines 4-6. Complete the information for the pastor, superintendent, and youth ministry leader. You can include either the church mailing
address or his or her mailing address. Only include the e-mail address if it is different than the church’s e-mail address.
Lines 7 and 8. Churches who wish to be considered for church awards must complete the section for Sunday School. From your
church’s enrollment lists for Sunday School and Bible Class, put the total number from each list on the appropriate line. Based upon the last
quarter (March, April, May), determine the average attendance of each church school. Finally, list the total number of classes offered. If your
church has a men’s and women’s adult class, that counts for two classes not one.
Line 9. Consider all your Sunday and weekly church school literature including Vacation Bible School and Nurture for Baptist Churches. Check
all the boxes that apply. List others not included beside “Other.”
Line 10 and 10b. If your church has a “Guest Sunday School Day,” circle yes and give the date.
Line 11. If your church has members enrolled in the Certificate of Progress Program (COPP), include the number on this form. List their
names on a separate sheet and include when returning this form.
Note: We are strongly encouraging all Congress churches to pre-register. There are several benefits for pre-registration including
pre-printed name badges, room assignments better suited for course enrollment, church eligible to receive outstanding church
award, and adequate course material available.
Church Name: _____________________________                                                                                       9

Part II: Representation, Registration, and Class Fee Schedule
Section 1A: Church, Group, or Individual Representation
Churches: (Check only one category)
                       _____ Founders Circle $200 or more
                       _____ Class A $150 - $199
                       _____ Class B $149 or less
Other: (Check all that apply)
                       _____ Choirs $25
                       _____ Church Secretaries $25 (flat fee for all secretaries in the church)
                       _____ Individual $25
                                                                         Sub-Total Section 1A: $____________
Section 1B: Children, Youth, and Performing Arts Fees
Note: During the congress individuals are asked to contribute to the Dean’s Challenge $25, Congress Rally $10, and Youth Rally $10.
Sections 1-6: Flat Fee for 20 or more total participants          $100
Special Donation: Youth Evangelism            _______ x $5 = _________
                                      or
Section 1: Choral Music Workshop              _______ x $5 = _________
Section 2: Youth Evangelism Workshop          _______ x $5 = _________
Section 3: Children’s Institute               _______ x $5 = _________
Section 4: Liturgical Dance Institute         _______ x $5 = _________
Section 5: Youth – Doing the Right Thing      _______ x $5 = _________
Section 6: Keeping It Real!                   _______ x $5 = _________
                                                                         Sub-Total Section 1B: $____________
Total Section 1 (Section 1A + Section 1B): $_____________
Section 2. List elected voting delegates below ($5 each)
       Name                        Address               City           State Zip
1. __________________________________________________________________________________
2. __________________________________________________________________________________
Total Section 2: _______ x $5 = _________
Section 3. List officers, instructors, pastors, and ministers below ($10 each)
       Name                                 Position
1. __________________________________________________________________________________
2. __________________________________________________________________________________
3. __________________________________________________________________________________
4. __________________________________________________________________________________
5. __________________________________________________________________________________
Total Section 3: _______ x $10 = _________
Section 4: (Necrology) List the deceased members since July 2009 from your church below (no fee
required):
1. __________________________________________________________________________________
2. __________________________________________________________________________________
3. __________________________________________________________________________________
Grand Total (Section 1 + Section 2 + Section 3) = $___________
Registration Fees enclosed (circle one): yes no If yes, check amount: ________ check no.________
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Page ____ of ____ Church Name _______________________ (Note: If your church has more than 23 class attendees, simply duplicate this page.)
                                                 Regular Registration Sheet (Divisions I-III)
                                                   Do not use this form for Division IV registration.
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      Ms. Jane Smith                               1234 Main St.; Memphis, TN 38000                      2013 (Hardrick)    Seminar 5 (Wilkinson)
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                                       Register for only one section.
Section 1: Choral Music Workshop                           Section 2: Youth Evangelism Workshop
List title (Ms./Mr.), name                                 List title (Ms./Mr.), name, and age (if under 18).

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 Section3: Children’s Institute (Ages 5-11)                     Section 4: Liturgical Dance Institute
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                                                                     Register for only one section.
  Section 5: Youth – Doing the Right Thing (Ages 12-18) (*)                                     Section 6: Keeping It Real (Ages 12-21) (**)
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*This course is an alternative for youth not participating in Keeping It Real!         **All participants in KIR! must have a parental consent form and their church must complete a
                                                                                       pastoral agreement form. These forms may be downloaded from www.midsouthchurches.org
                                                                                       or e-mail info@midsouthchurches.org.

								
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