Public invited to make appointment to see Jackson, TN, display of 20 musical instruments named in Bible
Twenty musical instruments named in the Bible, along with The Isaiah “Dead Sea Scroll" Papyrus and a High Priest costume, may be viewed in a Biblical display opening Oct. 22 in Jackson, Tennessee.
The purpose of the display is "to emphasize the importance of The Bible in today’s culture," according to Henry Harrison, display organizer and member of Jackson First United Methodist Church.
Located at The International Rock-A-Billy Hall of Fame (105 North Church St.) in downtown Jackson, the display is open to the public by appointment/reservation. Call 731-217-3350.
Depending on the date/time request for an appointment/reservation, one of the following lecturers (alphabetical order) in the fields of Biblical and musical history will lead a group through the display:
- Dr. Eddie Bromley, associate pastor, Jackson First United Methodist Church, Jackson, TN
- Rev. Gerry Campbell, associate pastor, Northside United Methodist Church, Jackson, TN
- Dr. David Comperry, retired United Methodist pastor, Jackson, TN
- Alex Lobo, music director, Concordia Lutheran Church, Jackson, TN
- Dr. Michael Rapp, member, Concordia Lutheran Church and Jackson Choral Society, Jackson, TN