|Church Events: 04-12-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 12 April 2013 09:37|
Pastor Luke Ulrich's sermon Sunday at Abiding Word Evangelical Lutheran Church will be "Considering the Great Love of the Good Shepherd.
Guest speaker Richard Jueckstock will be speaking about "Alliance Missions Perspective" on Sunday at Bowling Green Alliance Church.
Evangelist Harold Driver's sermon Sunday morning at Bowling Green Church of Christ is "At the Cross of Calvary and You Are There" The evening service is "Denial."
Pastor Kevin Crawford will be speaking on "The God You're Looking for: God who is Guiding," Sunday at Brookside Church.
Rev. Howard Mayne's sermon Sunday at Cloverdale United Methodist Church will be "His Church."
"The Dead Zone series: White Washed Tombs," will be Pastor Tom Mullins' message Sunday morning at First Baptist Church.
Youth director Paul Jones' sermon Sunday at First Christian Church will be "Changes."
Rev. Mary Jane Saunders' sermon Sunday at First Presbyterian Church will be "On Feeding Sheep."
The BGSU A Cappella Choir sings a 45-minute program Sunday at 7 p.m.
Pastor Tom Mellott's sermon Sunday at First United Methodist Church will be "Quite a Catch."
The program Sunday at Maumee Valley Unitarian Universalist Congregation will be "Gratitude Out Loud," and Stewardship Celebration by Rev. Lynn Kerr and friends.
Members of Plain Congregational Church will be talking about what's wrong with the way people become like Jesus at Sunday's service.
Pastor Henry Seibert's theme for this weekend's services at St. Mark's Lutheran Church will be "The Work of Easter."
Worship Sunday at Trinity United Methodist Church will be led by the members of the United Methodist Student organization.
The sermon by Ray Getter, associate minister, Sunday at Village View Church of Christ will be "Christians Receive Reminders of the Meaning of Life."
Rev. Susan Kronbach's sermon Sunday at Bairdstown United Methodist Church will be "Easter People: People of the Empty Tomb."
Preacher Dan Horner's sermon Sunday at Bradner Community Christian Church is "These Boots are Made for Walkin'."
Pastor Dean Durant's sermon Sunday at Faith United Methodist Church will be "Finding Peace."
Pastor Dale Smeltzer's message Sunday at Christ's Bible Church will be "The Great Commission."
Rev. Jennifer Jackson's sermon Sunday at Haskins Community Church will be "They Also Serve who Stand and Wait."
Rev. James Paulson's theme Sunday at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church will be "Safety Training."
Ashley Rader Sprunger will be the guest speaker Sunday at Hoytville United Methodist Church. (See Briefs for more information on her.)
Pastor Ron Shinkle's message Sunday at Lemoyne Baptist Church will be "The Glory of Jesus Christ in Hebrews."
Pastor Peter Johnston's sermon Sunday at Faith United Methodist Church will be "Myriads of Myriads."
Rev. Matthew Deames' sermon Sunday at Zion Lutheran Church will be "Who's Your Hero?"
Pastor Ernie Sampson's sermon topic Sunday at Zion United Methodist Church will be "New Christian Year."
The McClure United Methodist Church will hold its final baked steak supper of the season tonight. The popular suppers will return in September.
Pastor Byron Hawbecker's message Sunday at Lakewood Church of the Brethren will be "Standing on the Promise," focusing on reaffirming the validity of the word of God.
Pastor Dale Schaefer's message for "Confirmation Sunday" at St. Paul Lutheran Church will be "Transforming the Ordinary."
Rev. Susan Kronbach's sermon Sunday at Church of the Good Shepherd United Methodist will focus on the story of the disciples' encounter with the risen Jesus. This will also be "Native American Awareness Sunday," with a special offering taken
Pastor Jon Rhinehart's sermon title Sunday at Praise Chapel Pentecostal Church of God will be "Trust! It is a Must."
Howard Mayne will be the guest preacher Sunday at St. James United Methodist Church.
Pastor Ralph Mineo's sermon topic Sunday at St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church will be "The Last Breakfast."
The chancel choir will share an Easter cantata at the morning worship Sunday at Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church. At 5 p.m. Sunday there is a new contemporary worship. Pastor Matt Musteric's sermon at this Welcome Open Worship service will be "Witness." (See Briefs for details.)
Pastor Jim Miller's sermon Sunday at First United Presbyterian Church will be "Stephen's Ministry."
Pastor Peter Johnston's sermon Sunday at Pemberville United Methodist Church will be "Myriads of Myriads."
The youth of Sonfire will lead the worship Sunday at Sonfire by the River. David Krukemyer will give the message.
Preacher Larry Garzony's sermon Sunday at Rudolph Christian Church will be "Biblical Guidance for Struggles in Life - When Troubles Overwhelm."
Pastor Daniel Beaudoin's sermon Sunday at St. John Lutheran Church will be "First Love Lost," the second in the eight-part series on the Book of Revelation.
Pastor Robert E. May's sermon Sunday at Stony Ridge United Methodist Church will be "An Ordinary Experience."
Pastor John Randall's sermon Sunday at Sugar Ridge Community Church will be "Bigger Pockets."
Richard Rhoads will be the featured presenter for "Renewal and Restoration" series this weekend at Wayne United Methodist Church. (See Briefs for details.)
Pastor John Merseth's theme Sunday at Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church will be "The Power of God for our Salvation." A potluck lunch and voters meeting to follow.
Pastor Chris Boggs' sermon Sunday at Sonlight Church and Community Center will be "So Far, So Good."
Rick Broughton's message Sunday at Weston Church of Christ will be "Citizens by Birth."
Rev. James Stewart's sermon Sunday at Weston United Methodist Church will be "Feel the Zest of Life."
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