|Church events 5-15|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 15 May 2009 09:09|
Pastor Ken Mellon's sermon Sunday at Abiding Word Evangelical Lutheran Church will be "Continue in Jesus' Love." The farewell meal for Mellon will be held at 11:45 a.m.
Jim Brosius will be the guest speaker Sunday at Bowling Green Alliance Church.
Evangelist Harold Driver's sermon Sunday morning at Bowling Green Church of Christ will be "One or the Other." Michael McCurdy will preach at a 1 p.m. service on "Why We Need the Bible."
"We are a Public Letter of Recommendation," will be Rev. Michael Malanga's message Sunday at Bowling Green Covenant Church.
Pastor Kevin Crawford will be speaking on "OMG Life Seems Unfair: Waiting on God From Habakkuk," Sunday at Brookside Church.
Rev. Mack Armstrong's sermon Sunday at Cloverdale United Methodist Church will be "Pithy Pronouncements Proves Permanence.
Members of First Baptist Church will hear a report from their missionary to Brazil, David Spink at the Sunday morning service. A luncheon will follow. Pastor Brian Snyder's evening message will be "Elijah and the Whirlwind."
Rev. Brent Pomeroy's sermon Sunday at First Christian Church will be "The Necessity of Love." Following worship, the youth will host a "Potato Bake" fundraiser.
The youth service at First Presbyterian Church will be held Sunday, with students being confirmed as they join the church. Graduating seniors will also be celebrated and third-graders will receive Bibles. A reception will follow the service.
Dr. Vernon Wolcott, the church's organist, will be honored by the Toledo chapter of American Guild of Organists on Tuesday with a recital on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the church.
Youth Sunday will be observed at First United Methodist Church. The youth of the church have planned, written and will perform the entire service at both worship times. Mossu Mountain will perform and high school graduates will also be recognized.
The program Sunday at Maumee Valley Unitarian Universalist Congregation will be the third annual "Poetry Sunday" presented by Sara Mattson.
Pastor Gary Gutknecht's sermon will continue his series on "Life Lessons From the Disciples," Sunday at Northside Baptist Church.
Delroy Simpson's message Sunday at Plain Congregational Church will be "The Nature of the Christian Gospel."
Pastor Larry Whatley's sermon Sunday at Turning Point United Methodist Church will be "The Storm Is Passing Over."
The sermon by David K. Boswell, minister, Sunday at Village View Church of Christ be "Parables of Jesus: Seed Power."
"Enemies Within," will be Dr. David Lindeblad's sermon Sunday morning at Wood County Baptist Church. The church will host a movie night next Friday.
Pastor David Miller's sermon Sunday at Trinity United Methodist Church will be "The Spirit Calls us to Love."
Preacher Dan Horner's sermon Sunday at Bradner Community Christian Church will be "Revelation: Clear as Mud, part 21."
"Conquerors and Commanders," will be Pastor Jeff Ridenour's sermon Sunday at Bradner United Methodist Church.
Rev. Deb Widdowson's sermon Sunday at Faith United Methodist Church will be "Body, Mind and Heart."
Pastor Dale Smeltzer's message Sunday at Christ's Bible Church will be "Socialism, God and Free Enterprise."
Pulpit rotation will feature Pastor Chuck Albright at Union United Methodist Church.
"Pinky Love," will be Pastor Pamela Gordon's message Sunday at First Presbyterian Church.
Rev. Jennifer Jackson's sermon Sunday at Haskins Community Church will be "Friends Together."
A congregational meeting follows worship Sunday at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church.
"How to Love," will be Pastor Rick Adams' message Sunday at Hoytville United Methodist Church.
Pastor Ron Shinkle's message Sunday at Lemoyne Baptist Church will be "The Power of God's Spirit."
Guest pastor Jeffrey Kimpel's sermon title Sunday at Zion Lutheran Church will be "Grow and Go."
Pastor Melissa Steinecker's sermon topic Sunday at Zion United Methodist Church will be "What Fruit Growers Know."
The Toney Brothers will be in concert Sunday at the worship at Westhope Bible Church.
"You did not Choose Me, but I Chose You," will be Pastor Andy Wilson's sermon Sunday at St. Paul Lutheran Church.
Guest speaker Kelly Sterling will offer a reflection on the hymn, "How Great Thou Art," on Sunday at Church of the Good Shepherd United Methodist.
"How to Love," will be Pastor Rick Adams' message Sunday at St. James United Methodist Church.
Pastor Ralph Mineo's sermon topic for "Youth Sunday" at St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church will be "Love One Another." The youth of the congregation will lead the worship, provide special music and serve as readers, ushers and assistants.
Pastor Matthew Musteric's sermon Sunday at Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church will be "Confirmation: Do we Know What we are Doing?" Twelve youth members will celebrate confirmation at the 10:30 a.m. service.
Pastor Jim Miller's sermon Sunday at First United Presbyterian Church will be "Love Others as Jesus Loves You."
Pastor Peter Johnston's sermon Sunday at Pemberville United Methodist Church will be "Out of Control."
Emmaus will be in concert tonight at Blessed John XXIII Parish.
Grace United Methodist Church will host Bethany Dillon in concert on Sunday.
Pastor Ernie Unholz's sermon Sunday at Rudolph Christian Church will be "Who is on his List?"
Pastor Robert E. May's sermon Sunday at Stony Ridge United Methodist Church will be "I Choose You."
Pastor Mark Montgomery's sermon Sunday at Calvary United Methodist Church will be "Don't Blame Me, I'm Just Following Orders."
The Sunday morning message at Tontogany Presbyterian Church will be "More Than Servants - Friends." The children's message will be "Our Friend Jesus."
"Commanded to Love," will be Rev. Betty Wineland's sermon Sunday at Wayne United Methodist Church. A farewell barbecue potluck for Wineland and her family will be held at noon.
Pastor Chris Boggs' sermon Sunday at Sonlight Christian Assembly of God will be "Heart Disease: The Doctor and Nurse Ratchet Perform Open Heart Surgery."
Rick Broughton's message Sunday at Weston Church of Christ will be "Gideon: From Fear to Faith to Failure."
There will be an open house at the parsonage on Saturday to meet Joe and Denise Case and their family. A vote will be taken following Sunday worship on whether to hire Joe Case as the youth minister for the church.
Rev. James Stewart's sermon Sunday at Weston United Methodist Church will be "What Is Grace?"
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