Church Briefs: 10-18-13 PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 18 October 2013 09:34
Praise and worship set
NEW ROCHESTER - St. Paul Lutheran Church, at the corner of North River Road and New Rochester Road, near the east intersection of U.S. Route 6 and Ohio 199, will host musicians Dave Anderson and Roger Walck for praise and worship. The event will be at 7  p.m. Monday.
The musical instruments included will be piano and guitars.
A free will offering will be taken during the evening. Organizers hope to offer "a pleasant way to spend an evening with fellowship and wonderful talented people." The public is invited to attend.

Youth event to feature Captive Free
Hope Lutheran Church, 13507 Cloverdale Road, Bowling Green, will host the Youth Encounter Ministry Team and praise band, Captive Free. The event is open to all area teens.
It is slated 4-8 p.m. Nov. 3. Advance reservations are requested by Oct. 27.
The youth should mark their calendars and gather their friends for what organizers are calling a "night of witness, praise band, mixers, games, Bible study and fun."
There will also be a meal served.
Organizers are asking for the number of teens coming to be called in to Kathy Wilhelm at 419-575-1177. The purpose is for planning purposes.
Captive Free will be supported with a freewill offering to be taken at the door.

Community breakfast offered
Cloverdale United Methodist Church, 8984 Kramer Road, will hold its annual free neighborhood pancake and sausage breakfast on Oct. 26 from 7:30 to 10 a.m.

Trick or Trunk to be held
MOLINE - Mainstreet Church's 795 campus located at the edge of Moline at 5465 Moline-Martin Road, will hold a "Trick or Truck" Oct. 26 at 5:30 p.m.
The event will feature candy prizes, a bonfire, refreshments, a costume parade, trunk decorating and other entertainment.
Organizers ask that there be no scary costumes nor trunks. Those attending should bring a bag to collect all the treats.

Tontogany congregation on road trip Sunday
There will be no worship service on Sunday at Tontogany Presbyterian Church. The congregation will be traveling to the Lockport Mennonite Church of rural Stryker. A day at Sauder Village will follow worship.

Gospel Harvest Fest set
TIFFIN - The 12th annual Gospel Harvest Fest is Oct. 26 from 1 to 7  p.m. at The First Church of the Nazarene, 777 E. Top. Road 201, Tiffin.
The event is coordinated by TGMA Gospel Music Promotions. Admission is one non-perishable food item to benefit the Salvation Army. Food is available and the site is handicap accessible.
Groups appearing, in no particular order, include Heart Song, Francie Bond, Cornerstone Gospel Paula Barron, Jimmy Bloomfield, Donna Sue, His Way II, One Voice, Jimmy Potridge, Crimson Stream, Jake Reel and Jericho Road.
 

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