Greetings in the name of Jesus...
We are pleased to announce that the Lord has provided for us to host our 7th annual Youth Bible School. The school will include intensive days of study through God's Word, community, food, and a field day to experience life in the trenches of evangelism. We hope you consider joining us in our venture this coming Spring!
God bless you,
Joe Root, Russ Rumble, Pete Garber, Anthony Root, and Grant Flory
Activities schedule for Valentines Day weekend in KS
Friday, February 12th - 6 pm-10 pm, Garnett Elementary School (403 W Homerun Dr. Garnett, KS 66032) supper will be served
Saturday February 13th - 10 am-10 pm, Garnett Elementary School
Sunday, February 14th - Church at 10 am
YFs 1 pm-8 pm, Wakarusa Valley (1104 E 1000 Rd Lawrence, KS 66047)
For Lodging contact:
Monica Brovont 785.318.0144
Moriah Davison 785.204.1341
The Young Folk's Bible Study that was planned for tonight has been postponed due to inclement weather. It will now be held one week later (Tuesday, January 19th) at Wayne Denlingers at 7pm.
Its that time of year again! Time to plan chaps for the upcoming volleyball tournaments and to host yf on Sunday after. Please find info in the attachment. We look forward to hearing from you! :)
Please note: there is only one tournament in March at this time.
Larry and Becky Bower
Craig and Tamara Boone
Kevin and Leanna Deaton
After receiving topic suggestions from our congregations, the Ohio Night Meeting committee has worked together to compile the following meeting-schedule for the year 2016. These services fall on regular scheduled night meetings of seven of our Ohio districts. May the Lord bless and inspire these meetings to empower each listener and bring glory to Himself. Unto him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus throughout all ages, world without end. Amen. Eph 3:21
Winter YF @ Covington Middle School 7:30-10pm
Dates: November 18, December 2, December 16, January 6, January 20, February 3, February 17, March 2, March 23 (last Yf - snack provided)
All Young Folks invited to Eastern KS for a Valentine's/Leap Year weekend hosted by the KS Young Folks
Forward questions to Lizz Crist (email@example.com)
Bethel Communion Young Folks will be Sunday, November 1st at the Versailles High School Gym from 12:00 to 7:00. Lunch will be served at the school at 1:00. Evening Snack will also be served.
start out going West on Childrens home Bradford Rd.
Turn right (at Stop Sign) onto Gettysburg Webster Rd. to the end
Continue straight onto State Rt. 185,
Go to the Worch Memorial Library entrance and follow that into the School Parking lot
Enter at door #19 on the South-East Side of the School Building
Edward & Karen Flora
Ed's Cell #: (937) 459-0487
Serve the Lord with gladness; come before his presence with singing...
Winter singings will be on the 1st Friday evening of every month from November-March. (With the exception of January being the 2nd Friday evening.) Singings will be held at Wayne & Carolyn Landes's garage and begin at 7:00 pm. Bring finger foods to enjoy after singing. Share the dates...it's open for all!
November 6th- Christian Hymnary
December 4th- Family Favorites (several songbooks provided to borrow or purchase for $5)
January 8th -Christian Hymnary & Blue Favorites
February 5th- Precious Promises & Church Hymnbook
March 4th- Faith & Praise
The Martyrs Narrative will be presented on November 20 and 21 at the Elizabeth Township Community Center, in the Maple Grove area. The Center is located at 5760 E Walnut Grove Rd, Troy, OH 45373. The Narrative will start at 7pm sharp.
This is a reading of historical accounts of the suffering of many saints throughout the ages, combined with the singing of old Martyr’s hymns by the young people. It is a sharing in the sufferings of others, and a solemn pondering of our own lives in an affluent age. A few of the accounts are graphic. The evening may seem long for children. Parents should use discretion in considering children 7 yrs. of age or younger. Each evening may take approx. 2 hrs.
The first evening will cover the suffering of the saints in the first 1000 years of Christian history. The second evening will bring us up to the present, including some recent events.
All are welcome. Please arrive early!
Questions: Dave and Michelle Swearingen (937)845-0210