Religion
Walbridge church hosts 5K walk and run as fundraiser PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Friday, 15 November 2013 11:07
WALBRIDGE - St. Jerome Catholic Church's seventh annual Ohio/Mich. 5K run/walk was held in Walbridge on Saturday.  Organizers reported a good turnout of runners and walkers along with the sponsors and race workers to support those in the event. They were thankful for a nice sunny day. All proceeds from this race support St. Kateri Catholic School System and St. Jerome's youth.
The overall winners were Julius Kiptoo for the men with a time of 16:12; and Tammy Bengella with a time of 20:59 to finish first for the females and ninth overall. Both runners are from Toledo.
The Masters division winners were Matt Ridel from Maumee for the men and Lisa Diekman of Martin for the women. Ridel posted a time of 19:22, which was fifth overall; while Diekman's time was 23.37, which was 22nd overall.
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Church Briefs: 11-15-13 PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 15 November 2013 11:00
'Dumpling Gang' bakes again
WAYNE - The Wayne United Methodist Church will again be baking apple dumplings Tuesday through Thursday.
The cost is $8 for a pan of four full apple dumplings.
This will be the last baking for the year, and they tout the dumplings are a "great addition to your holiday meals."
Pre-orders can be made by calling the church office at 419-288-3041 the church is located at 202 E. Main St., Wayne.

Bowen family in concert
GRAND RAPIDS - The Bobby Bowen Family will be in concert Sunday at 10:45 a.m. at New Life Community Wesleyan Church in Grand Rapids.
The church is located at the corner of Woodburn Avenue and Second Street. The concert is free.
There will be an offering taken for Bowen and his family following the worship service.
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Singers needed for Thanksgiving choir PDF Print E-mail
Written by BILL RYAN Sentinel Religion Editor   
Friday, 15 November 2013 10:52
While Thanksgiving is not a typical religious holiday. Many, if not most people, when they think of giving thanks, think of thanks to their creator God.
Thus, many area churches hold special Thanksgiving worship services. (A complete list of those reported to the Sentinel-Tribune will be published next Friday.)
Among the programs will be a community service organized by the Bowling Green Ministerial Association; another community worship in Haskins, and a joint service in rural Bowling Green.
• The Bowling Green service is set for Nov. 24 at the First Presbyterian Church of Bowling Green at 7 p.m.
Two community choirs will offer anthems. An adult choir will gather to rehearse at 5 p.m. Sunday, with everyone in the community invited to join in. An additional feature will be a community children/youth choir, which will rehearse at 4:15 p.m. on Sunday. All children/youth up through junior high are welcome.  Both rehearsals will be at the Presbyterian Church.  The Presbyterian church choir will also offer an anthem, and all children attending will be invited to participate in a special musical children's moment during the service.  
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Church Events: 11-15-13 PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 15 November 2013 10:52
BOWLING GREEN
Synodical President John Modstad's sermon Sunday at Abiding Word Evangelical Lutheran Church will be "Going to the Meeting We Love to Attend."

"Sharing Our Faith, Part III," will be Pastor Dennis Gugger's sermon Sunday at Bowling Green Alliance Church.

Evangelist Harold Driver's sermon Sunday morning at Bowling Green Church of Christ will be "God Wants Us to Grow." The message for the afternoon service will be "Games," with Josh Rubel preaching.

Pastor Kevin Crawford will be speaking on "Transformed by the Savior," part of the "Transformed" series Sunday at Brookside Church.

Rev. Howard Mayne's sermon Sunday at Cloverdale United Methodist Church will be "The Great Commandment."
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'Helping Hands' needs additional helping hands PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 15 November 2013 10:51
TOLEDO - Many local churches assist the Helping Hands of St. Louis in East Toledo with their regular soup kitchen meals throughout the year.
The group is now in need of donations for its annual Thanksgiving meal and Christmas food baskets.
This holiday season, Helping Hands expects to feed more than 500 people at the Thanksgiving luncheon and give away more than 200 Christmas food baskets. Extra donations will be given in advance to St. Francis de Sales and Assumption Outreach Centers for their holiday food distributions.
Donations needed for the Thanksgiving meal by Nov. 18 include: frozen turkeys, canned sweet potatoes, dressing mixes, canned green beans, cream of mushroom soup and fried onions. Donations needed for the Christmas food baskets by Dec. 13 include: boneless hams, cartons of a dozen eggs, margarine, five-pound bags of potatoes, apples, oranges and cake mix.
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