2017 Jeanie Horner

Jeanie Horner

2017 Choir Honoree


Jeanie's unconditional love, strong alto voice, sincerity, compassion, hugs prayer warrior

Early Life:

Grew up in Woolwich area

Raised Catholic

Attended Kingsway High School

Sang in Chorus, Madigals and South Jersey Choir

Accepted Jesus as her Savior at age 25.

Started to attend Bethany Assembly of God in Woodstown

God used Sue and Jeff Duffield's ministry to lead Jeanie to use her talents for the Lord.

No choir there, but she started singing solos and duets

Taught Sunday School at Bethany

Served as Junior and Senior High Youth Leader


Met her husband, Bubby while a senior in High School

He was a manager at Rodie's Roost. They have been married for 45 years.

5 children: John ( Bubby's son), Amy – with whom Jeanie lives, Dave, Paul and Alli, who recently married and moved to Nashville, Tennessee.

6 Grandchildren: Jonathan (24) a Marine, Quinn (16) Bailey (14), Bryan (14), Ian (13) and Lilly (11)

Aldine Methodist:

Started coming 32 years ago

Former pastor told her that the Bible teaching was very good

Felt that she belonged at Aldine and was among family

Her Ministry:

Has been teaching Sunday School for 38 years.

At Aldine taught preschool – Kindergarten

Last few years is teaching Women's Class

Leads three small groups: one at church and two in her home

Bible School – Both Aldine and Alloway Community VBS

Visitation Ministry

Soloist for special music, weddings,,funerals and special events

Aldine Choir:

Joined choir under the direction of Kay Fogg

Favorite things about singing in the choir is the sense of harmony & family

Thoughts on her music ministry:

For Jeanie, music is pure worship.

Doesn't sing a song unless she feels God calling her through the holy spirit to sing a particular solo.

Her music is a vehicle, used by God to draw others closer to God or to bring comfort through the Holy Spirit. (This is what leads her to sing at funerals)

Summing up her ministry:

Jeanie's ministry is one of encouragement

Helping people to be all they can be in the Lord.