CHURCH NEWS

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BETH MOORE BIBLE

STUDY BEGINS AT

MT. TABOR

In late February, a Beth Moore women's Bible study will be held at Mt. Tabor United Methodist Church. The study is titled "Esther: It's Tough Being a Woman." Ruth Varian will lead the study, which will include a workbook and video to help women personally examine their lives, as they study the story of Esther. Look for more information coming.

DONATIONS

NEEDED

Donations are being accepted at Mt. Tabor of box tops for education to help Red Bird Mission in Kentucky. Box tops and labels from General Mills, Campbell's and Pepperidge Farms products are needed. Call or drop the labels off at the church office. Food items are also being accepted for Canton Calvary Mission. Mt. Tabor and East Canton Church of God are accepting food or clothing items for the community cupboard.

FUND RAISER FOR

RIGHT-TO-LIFE

MARCH SET

Bring your pot of chili or best pie to St. Mary's Social Hall on Jan. 19, by 4:30 p.m., when judging will begin. General feasting begins at 5 p.m. Prizes will be awarded in several categories. Hot dogs and beverages will be also be available. Net proceeds benefit those who wish to participate in the Right-to-Life March in Washington, D.C. Contact the parish office at 330-453-2110 with any questions.

PSC SPEAKER

COMING TO

EAST SPARTA

On Jan. 20, a speaker from the Pregnancy Support Center of Stark County will make a presentation at the East Sparta Christian Church at 10:30 a.m.

OTTERBEIN TO HOLD

HAM LOAF LUNCH

The Otterbein United Methodist Church will hold a ham loaf lunch on Sunday, Jan. 20, at 11:30 am. The menu includes individual ham loaves, potatoes, vegetable, applesauce, rolls, beverages and dessert. The cost is adults, $7, children 6-12, $4 and 5 and under, free. The lunch is open to the public. Carryouts are available.

ANNUAL FELLOWSHIP

DINNER MEETING SET

The annual fellowship dinner and congregation meeting at Christ Memorial Church in Robertsville is scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 27, following the 10 a.m. worship service arranged by the board of trustees. Those attending are asked to bring a covered dish to share and a table setting. Rolls and beverages will be provided by the fellowship team.

Board of Trustees Chairman Ken Flanagan will preside over the business session. All active church members are encouraged to attend.

WIDOWS MIGHT

TO MEET

On Jan. 30, The Widow's Might will meet at the Crossroads Restaurant at 5 p.m. for all widows in the Sandy Valley area. For more information, call 330-866-2552.

MEN'S CONFERENCE

TO BE HELD

Beacon of Hope Community Church in Louisville is presenting a men's conference called 'Stepping Up- a call to Courageous Manhood' on Saturday Feb. 2, Super Saturday. The conference speakers and material are provided by Family Life Today and is led by Dennis Rainey, a nationally known family ministry leader. The times for the event are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with registration at 8:30 a.m. Lunch is provided as part of the $15 registration fee. Early registrations are encouraged so that materials can be provided for everyone that is attending. Beacon of Hope church is located at 1101 E. Main St., Louisville. The church web site has directions. www.beaconofhopechurch.com. Call 330-875-1320 or e-mail beaconohope@sbcglobal.com for more information. Advanced registration can be made on the web site: www.mensteppingup.com and click on 'Search Event'.

ST. JAMES DINNER

SCHEDULED

On Feb. 3, St. James Parish will hold a dinner from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. featuring stuffed pork chops or spaghetti. The cost will be $8 for adults and $4 for children. Carry out will be available.

FREE SPAGHETTI

DINNER SET

A free will spaghetti dinner will be held on Jan. 19, at Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church located at 930 S Nickelplate, Louisville.

It will be held from 4-7 p.m. and all are invited.

E-mail your church news to tstrasser@the-review.com.

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