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Choir Director

Barnett Junior High School

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Richland Hills United Methodist

Richland Hills United Methodist Church


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Jeanene Craig
Jeanene Craig was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. She began piano study at the age of five and participated in numerous piano guild competitions though high school. While attending Carter Riverside High School, she became the choir accompanist and enjoyed this responsibility all four years. During her junior year, she was encouraged by the high school choir director to enter the University Interscholastic League vocal competition, and received a superior rating. This along with the encouragement of the choir director, persuaded her to investigate the possibility of studying voice and becoming a vocal major in college. Upon applying to Texas Christian University, she received a half-tuition scholarship from the vocal department, which along with other scholarships from clubs and organizations, made it possible for her to attend the university. She received her Bachelor of Music Education degree with dual concentrations in voice and piano, from Texas Christian University in 1979 and Master of Music in vocal performance in 1986. She performed many operatic roles and concerts at TCU, and also sang with the Fort Worth and Dallas Operas during this time. While attending college, she felt the desire to express the word of God through music. Since birth she had been a Methodist and had experienced a long family heritage through her great grandfather's ministry as a Methodist preacher. She began to look for jobs in music ministry aligned to the Methodist Church. She became the Assistant Director of Music at First United Methodist in Fort Worth. After remaining for one year, she then became the Director of Music at Edge Park United Methodist Church where she remained two years before coming to Richland Hills United Methodist Church. She has enjoyed many years of service to Richland Hills United Methodist Church and has seen much growth and enthusiasm for music while being here. She celebrated her twenty-fifth year of service to the church in August of 2004.


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Jeanene Craig - Director of Music Ministry
Jeanene Craig was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. She began piano study at the age of five and participated in numerous piano guild competitions though high school. While attending Carter Riverside High School, she became the choir accompanist and enjoyed this responsibility all four years. During her junior year, she was encouraged by the high school choir director to enter the University Interscholastic League vocal competition, and received a superior rating. This along with the encouragement of the choir director, persuaded her to investigate the possibility of studying voice and becoming a vocal major in college. Upon applying to Texas Christian University, she received a half-tuition scholarship from the vocal department, which along with other scholarships from clubs and organizations, made it possible for her to attend the university. She received her Bachelor of Music Education degree with dual concentrations in voice and piano, from Texas Christian University in 1979 and Master of Music in vocal performance in 1986. She performed many operatic roles and concerts at TCU, and also sang with the Fort Worth and Dallas Operas during this time. While attending college, she felt the desire to express the word of God through music. Since birth she had been a Methodist and had experienced a long family heritage through her great grandfather's ministry as a Methodist preacher. She began to look for jobs in music ministry aligned to the Methodist Church. She became the Assistant Director of Music at First United Methodist in Fort Worth. After remaining for one year, she then became the Director of Music at Edge Park United Methodist Church where she remained two years before coming to Richland Hills United Methodist Church. She has enjoyed many years of service to Richland Hills United Methodist Church and has seen much growth and enthusiasm for music while being here. She recently celebrated her twenty-fifth year of service to the church in August of 2004.


Richland Hills United Methodist Church

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Jeanene Craig - Director of Music Ministry
Jeanene Craig was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. She began piano study at the age of five and participated in numerous piano guild competitions though high school. While attending Carter Riverside High School, she became the choir accompanist and enjoyed this responsibility all four years. During her junior year, she was encouraged by the high school choir director to enter the University Interscholastic League vocal competition, and received a superior rating. This along with the encouragement of the choir director, persuaded her to investigate the possibility of studying voice and becoming a vocal major in college. Upon applying to Texas Christian University, she received a half-tuition scholarship from the vocal department, which along with other scholarships from clubs and organizations, made it possible for her to attend the university. She received her Bachelor of Music Education degree with dual concentrations in voice and piano, from Texas Christian University in 1979 and Master of Music in vocal performance in 1986. She performed many operatic roles and concerts at TCU, and also sang with the Fort Worth and Dallas Operas during this time. While attending college, she felt the desire to express the word of God through music. Since birth she had been a Methodist and had experienced a long family heritage through her great grandfather's ministry as a Methodist preacher. She began to look for jobs in music ministry aligned to the Methodist Church. She became the Assistant Director of Music at First United Methodist in Fort Worth. After remaining for one year, she then became the Director of Music at Edge Park United Methodist Church where she remained two years before coming to Richland Hills United Methodist Church. She has enjoyed many years of service to Richland Hills United Methodist Church and has seen much growth and enthusiasm for music while being here. She recently celebrated her twenty-fifth year of service to the church in August of 2004. Email Jeanene at jcraig@rhumc.net


Music Ministry

www.rhumc.net [cached]

Jeanene Craig - Director of Music Ministry
Jeanene Craig was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. She began piano study at the age of five and participated in numerous piano guild competitions though high school. While attending Carter Riverside High School, she became the choir accompanist and enjoyed this responsibility all four years. During her junior year, she was encouraged by the high school choir director to enter the University Interscholastic League vocal competition, and received a superior rating. This along with the encouragment of the choir director, persuaded her to investigate the possibility of studying voice and becoming a vocal major in college. Upon applying to Texas Christian University, she received a half-tuition scholarship from the vocal department, which along with other scholarships from clubs and organizations, made it possible for her to attend the university. She received her Bachelor of Music Education degree with dual concentrations in voice and piano, from Texas Christian University in 1979 and Master of Music in vocal performance in 1986. She performed many operatic roles and concerts at TCU, and also sang with the Fort Worth and Dallas Operas during this time. While attending college, she felt the desire to express the word of God through music. Since birth she had been a Methodist and had experienced a long family heritage through her great grandfather's ministry as a Methodist preacher. She began to look for jobs in music ministry aligned to the Methodist Church. She became the Assistant Director of Music at First United Methodist in Fort Worth. After remaining for one year, she then became the Director of Music at Edge Park United Methodist Church where she remained two years before coming to Richland HIlls United Methodist Church. She has enjoyed many years of service to Richland Hills United Methodist Church and has seen much growth and enthusiasm for music while being here. She recently celebrated her twenty-fifth year of service to the church in August of 2004.


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