|Church events 5-29|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 29 May 2009 08:16|
Craig Gunnett will be speaking on "When God Says No," Sunday at Bowling Green Alliance Church.
Evangelist Harold Driver's sermon Sunday morning at Bowling Green Church of Christ will be "The Four Biggest Fools." The evening service will be "The Ten Commandments, Part 2."
"He Has Quenched Mt. Sinai's Flame," will be Rev. Michael Malanga's message Sunday at Bowling Green Covenant Church.
Pastor Kevin Crawford will be speaking on "OMG Life Seems Unfair: Woes God From Habakkuk," Sunday at Brookside Church.
Rev. Mack Armstrong's sermon Sunday at Cloverdale United Methodist Church will be "Pious Prisoner Produces Prophetic Perceptions."
Are We Resentful?" will be Pastor Brian Snyder's message Sunday morning at First Baptist Church as he begins a series on the Book of Malachi. The evening message will be "Are We Reckless?"
Rev. Brent Pomeroy's sermon Sunday at First Christian Church will be "Spirit Power."
New members will be received during worship Sunday at First Presbyterian Church. The youth group will host a dessert auction following the service.
Pastor Becky Schofield's sermon for Confirmation Sunday at First United Methodist Church will be "A New Adventure."
The sermon Sunday by Curtis Miller, pastor, at Grace Brethren Church will be "Who Will Lead, Who Will be in Command," continuing the summer series, "Living Relationally Within the Family Unit, According to the Word of God."
The program Sunday at Maumee Valley Unitarian Universalist Congregation will be "YRU UU?, Part 2," by Kate O'Connell.
Pastor Gary Gutknecht's sermon will continue his series on "Life Lessons From the Disciples," Sunday at Northside Baptist Church.
Pastor Gregg Swope's sermon Sunday at Plain Congregational Church will be "Four Lessons From a Dead Man."
"From 'Go, Wait and Pray,' to 'Come, Receive and Live,'" will be Rev. Eric McGlade's sermon Sunday at Trinity United Methodist Church.
Pastor Larry Whatley's sermon Sunday at Turning Point United Methodist Church will be "One Life to Live."
The sermon by David K. Boswell, minister, Sunday at Village View Church of Christ be "Parables of Jesus: The Mustard Seed."
"How God Uses Suffering," will be Dr. David Lindeblad's sermon Sunday morning at Wood County Baptist Church.
There will be a guest speaker Sunday at Bradner Community Christian Church.
"Over the Top," 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 "Come, Holy Spirit."
Pastor Timothy Rothfuss' sermon Sunday at Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church will be "The Spirit of Truth." Pentecost will be celebrated with flowers and helium balloons. Those attending are invited to wear red.
Brother Thurman Grass will be the guest speaker for "God and Country Day" Sunday at Christ's Bible Church. A celebration potluck will follow the service.
Pastor Susan St. Peter's sermon for Graduation Sunday at Union United Methodist Church will be "Interceding According to the Will of God."
Rev. Jennifer Jackson's sermon Sunday at Haskins Community Church will be "One in Spirit."
"When it is Good to be Convicted of Wrong Doing," will be Pastor Rick Adams' message Sunday at Hoytville United Methodist Church.
Pastor Ron Shinkle's message Sunday at Lemoyne Baptist Church will be "Why the New Covenant Motivates all That We Do."
Pastor Peter Johnston's sermon Sunday at Faith United Methodist Church will be "On all Flesh."
Pastor Jeanne English's sermon title Sunday at Zion Lutheran Church will be "Get Blown Away." The congregation will celebrate Pentecost with a procession of kites. Graduate recognition will also be held during the service.
Pastor Melissa Steinecker's sermon topic Sunday at Zion United Methodist Church will be "Fire Power."
"The Church's Birthday," will be Pastor Andy Wilson's sermon Sunday at St. Paul Lutheran Church. Members will observe Confirmation and recognition of graduates.
Members of Church of the Good Shepherd United Methodist Church will lead the worship Sunday at Briar Hill Health Campus at 11:45 a.m.
Rev. Susan Kronbach's sermon will focus on Pentecost on Sunday at Church of the Good Shepherd United Methodist. Those attending are asked to wear red.
"When it is Good to be Convicted of Wrong Doing," 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 "All Heaven Broke Loose." Those attending are asked to wear something red in honor of Pentecost Sunday.
Pastor Peter Johnston's sermon Sunday at Pemberville United Methodist Church will be "On all Flesh."
Blessed John XXIII Parish will celebrate the ordination anniversaries of Father Herb Weber and Father Al Ceranowski on Monday evening.
Rev. Bruce McDaniel's sermon Sunday at Christ United Methodist Church will be "There's a lot Going on Here." The children's sermon is "Filled With the Holy Spirit."
Pastor Ernie Unholz's sermon Sunday at Rudolph Christian Church will be "MasterCard."
Pastor Daniel Beaudoin's sermon for Pentecost Sunday at St. John Lutheran Church will be "Day 50."
Pastor Robert E. May's sermon Sunday at Stony Ridge United Methodist Church will be "For Pentecost; Earth, Wind and Fire."
Pastor John Randall's sermon Sunday at Sugar Ridge Community Church will be "Does God Still Hate Esau?"
Pastor Mark Montgomery's sermon Sunday at Calvary United Methodist Church will be "Goaded to Goodness Loaded With Language."
Rev. Mike Denman, assistant to the district superintendent of the Maumee Watershed District will be preaching Sunday at Wayne United Methodist Church. Members of the congregation will lead the worship.
Pastor John Merseth's theme Sunday at Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church will be "The Work of the Lord and the Giver of Life."
Pastor Chris Boggs' sermon Sunday at Sonlight Christian Assembly of God will be "The Absurd Mathematics of Grace." The church's rummage sale will be held today and Saturday.
Rick Broughton's message Sunday at Weston Church of Christ will be "Ruth: A Picture of Redemption."
Rev. James Stewart's sermon Sunday at Weston United Methodist Church will be "Imprisoned by our own Fears."
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