New pastor for Millbury United Church of Christ PDF Print E-mail
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Pastor Julia Bertalan
MILLBURY - Last month, Julia Bertalan, accepted her first call as Pastor at St. Peter's United Church of Christ at the corner of Cherry and Main in Millbury.
Bertalan graduated from Union Theological Seminary of NYC in 2010 with a concentration in pastoral ministry. She is a native of Toledo, growing up in the ethnic community of Birmingham, located in what is commonly called Toledo's East Side.
After her graduation from the seminary, she studied in Budapest, Hungary in a language and cultural program in order to improve her Hungarian language skills and to connect with a relative.
She has roots in the denomination as her father was also a minister in Toledo for many years. Rev. Imre Bertalan served at Calvin United Church of Christ in the 1980s and '90s.
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Live nativity returns to Luckey PDF Print E-mail
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LUCKEY - Salem Grace United Evangelical Lutheran Church will hold its fifth annual "Journey to Nativity" on Dec. 14. The live outdoor nativity display has become a popular tradition for many area families.
An ensemble of the Eastwood High School band will be performing traditional Christmas music inside the chapel. The church will also feature multiple nativity scenes inside the Narthex. There will be a variety of "Christmas goodies" available including hot chocolate, coffee and other beverages.
The real focus will be outside as Pastor Jaci Tiell and other "shepherd guides" will guide visitors outside along a short route through the Christmas story.
The guides will tell the story as they meet shepherds with actual sheep. They then will encounter the Three Kings before arriving at the manger where Jesus was born with Mary and Joseph sharing their joy.
A different style of Christmas concert set for Perrysburg PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 06 December 2013 09:56
Members of 220b in this promotional photo.
Organizers of an unusual event ask if this year, "Are you looking for a different kind of Christmas Concert?"
If so, they encourage you to get tickets for 220b, a high-energy pop acapella group from Cleveland that will perform next Friday at Blessed John XXIII's Parish Life Center.
220b is a four-person, energetic contemporary Christian band whose music is an eclectic mix of pop and rock with urban beats. The group's sound features tight harmonies, creative musical arrangements and powerful percussion. The members of 220b have shared the stage with artists such as Jamie Grace, Big Daddy Weave, Brandon Heath, Superchick, Laura Story, to name a few.
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Church Events: 12-6-13 PDF Print E-mail
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Members of Abiding Word Evangelical Lutheran Church will hear the sermon "Wake Up," Sunday from Pastor Carlton Sielaff.

"Looking Inside the Nativity," 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 "Burning Coals on Your Enemy's Head." The evening service will be "Bible Be's."

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

Rev. Howard Mayne's sermon Sunday at Cloverdale United Methodist Church will be "Preparing for the coming King."

Rev. Brent Pomeroy's sermon Sunday at First Christian Church will be "Getting Ready for Christmas."

Rev. Mary Jane Saunders' sermon Sunday at First Presbyterian Church will be "Productive Waiting."
Last Updated on Friday, 06 December 2013 09:59
Pastor takes on look at God's humanity PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 06 December 2013 09:55
Pastor Jeff Ridenour, who serves both Trinity United Methodist Church in Bloomdale and Bradner United Methodist Church, will begin a unique series at both churches on Sunday.
He shares regarding a hit song which asks, "What if God was one of us?"
Ridenour says, "This song, while popular, is often misunderstood as it asks deep questions about the ability of people to see God, communicate with God, and even consider that God wants to be part of our neighborhood."
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