|Church Events: 12-27-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 27 December 2013 10:20|
Pastor Carlton Sielaff's sermon Sunday at Abiding Word Evangelical Lutheran Church will be "The Savior's Birth." There will be a New Year's Eve Vesper's service at 7 p.m.
"Remember God's Blessings," will be Pastor Dennis Gugger's sermon Sunday at Bowling Green Alliance Church.
There will be no service this Sunday at Brookside Church. Pastor Kevin Crawford will continue the 'Transformed' series the following Sunday, January 5.
Rev. Howard Mayne's sermon Sunday at Cloverdale United Methodist Church will be "Opening Old Wells."
"The Citizen's King," will be Pastor Tom Mullins' message Sunday morning at First Baptist Church continuing the series, "Kingdom Come."
Guest minister Rev. David C. Young's sermon Sunday at First Presbyterian Church will be "There's More to the Original Christmas Story."
The program Sunday at Maumee Valley Unitarian Universalist Congregation will be "A 2013 Celebration" by Mary Mackzum.
Pastor Denny Maurer's theme for this weekend's services at St. Mark's Lutheran Church will be "The Other Christmas Surprise."
Pastor Larry Whatley's sermon Sunday at Turning Point United Methodist Church will be "Your Salvation Is Coming."
The sermon by David K. Boswell, minister, Sunday at Village View Church of Christ will be "Great Expectations."
The pastor's sermon series continues Sunday at Trinity United Methodist Church as certified lay ministry candidate Marcia Chamberlain follows up on the impact of God being "The Stranger in a Strange Land" with the question, "What Does It Mean to Welcome the Stranger?"
Preacher Dan Horner's sermon Sunday at Bradner Community Christian Church will be "New Year's Revolution."
The pastor's sermon series continues Sunday at Bradner United Methodist Church as certified lay ministry candidate Marcia Chamberlain follows up on the impact of God being "The Stranger in a Strange Land" with the question, "What Does It Mean to Welcome the Stranger?"
Rev. Melanie Haack's sermon Sunday at St. James Lutheran Church will be "The Baby."
Pastor Dale Smeltzer's message Sunday at Christ's Bible Church will be "The Throne Room of Heaven."
Rev. Jennifer Jackson's sermon Sunday at Haskins Community Church will be "Orientation - Disorientation - Reorientation." Dr. Keith Norwalk will be the guest musician.
The Sunday worship at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church will be a "Lessons and Carols" service.
"A Man Often Forgotten at Christmas," will be Pastor Rick Adams' message Sunday at Hoytville United Methodist Church.
Pastor Randy Winsand's sermon Sunday at Zion Lutheran Church will be "Christmas Through the Carols."
"A Man Often Forgotten at Christmas," will be Pastor Rick Adams' message Sunday at St. James United Methodist Church.
Pastor Ralph Mineo's sermon topic Sunday at St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church will be "Preparing for Victory."
Pastor Matthew Musteric's sermon Sunday at Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church will be "The Tears of Christmas ... and What to Do With Them (How to Lament)."
Pastor Jim Miller's sermon Sunday at First United Presbyterian Church will be "Providential Protection, Then and Now."
Blessed John XXIII Parish will hold its Masses for the Solemnity of Motherhood of Mary at 5 p.m. Tuesday and 10 a.m. Wednesday.
Pastor Larry Garzony's sermon Sunday at Rudolph Christian Church will be "Anytime, Anywhere."
Pastor Robert E. May's sermon Sunday at Stony Ridge United Methodist Church will be "The Great Escape."
Pastor Chris Boggs' sermon Sunday at Sonlight Church and Community Center will be "We Are Family."
Joe Case will bring the message "The Forgotten Christmas Story" on Sunday at Weston Church of Christ.
Rev. James Stewart's sermon Sunday at Weston United Methodist Church will be "We Can Bounce Back."
|Last Updated on Friday, 27 December 2013 11:01|
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