Reading Session Information

We are appreciative of the folks at J.W. Pepper who have produced materials so that our valued publishers can still share their reading packets with you. We are particularly thankful for the work of Nicole Boone, Regional Sales Manager with J.W. Pepper in Winston Salem, NC for her efforts in making this happen. 

Virtual Booklets

FULL MUSIC SCORES for each session have been compiled in virtual booklets, similar to the booklets you’ve received at past events. These can be accessed via desktop/laptop or other devices via the ePrint Go app.

Desktop/Laptop Instructions:
  • Go to
  • Click on “My Account” in the upper right corner, then “Log In”. 
  • Log in with this unique event username and password: 
    • Username:
    • Password: 1333
  • Once you are logged into this event account, click on “My Library” in the upper right corner, then “Go to My Library.”
  • On the left-hand side of the screen, click “ePrint” and then click “Owned Items.” This will bring up all of the virtual reading session booklets that are available.
  • Click the “View/Print” button and then click on each title. Each title opens in a separate tab and you’ll be able to see the full score of the music.
ePrint Go App Instructions (for Phones/Tablets):
  • Download the ePrint Go app from the app store on your Apple or Android phone.
  • Log in with this unique event username and password:
    • Username:
    • Password: 1333
  • Double-tap on the virtual reading session booklet that you want to view and it will be downloaded to your app. (Be patient)
  • When the booklet list opens, select “Parts” to see the individual items in the booklet.

Listen to Recordings

Use these links to access the recordings on

NOTE: Not all scores and/or recordings were available at the time of production, so the booklet list may not line up exactly with the items on the recording pages or vice-versa.

HINT: The ordering of the recordings collection on are not always in the same order as the booklets. Work through listening to the recordings on one window or device, and select the appropriate score in another window or device.

Have Questions?

If you have any questions, contact Nicole Boone at J.W. Pepper.

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Founded in 1955 as the National Fellowship of Methodist Musicians, The Fellowship has grown to include worship artists, clergy, and laity involved in all aspects of worship from a variety of denominations and experiences.

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