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Archbold Evan. Mennonite

Sunday: Nancy Wyse, prelude; childrens choir, Encourage One Another; Deb Neuenschwander, childrens challenge; Michelle Rupp, offertory, End of the Beginning. Message, “Who Are We? Called Followers Sent Into Jerusalem,” by Brad Bame. Second service, Praiselude and worship through singing led by Worship Team Band; childrens choir, childrens, challenge, offertory and message same as first service.

Wednesday: Kids Connection Club, Jr. High Alive, Men Alive, adult Bible study, worship team practice, high school small groups.

St. Martin’s Lutheran

Sunday: Ellie Sonnenberg, acolyte; Betsy Stuart and Jim Wyse, ushers; Brenda Shibler, Mitchell Campbell, Jonathan Manahan, Mark Weaver, Sandy Thatcher, communion assistants; Elise Manahan, lector; children’s sermon, sermon, “But I’m Not Ready Yet,” by Paul Reichert; Chancel Choir anthem, Speak, O Lord.

Wednesday: Blue Jean Church, 5:30 p.m.; Bell choir, 6:15 p.m.; Chancel choir, 7:30 p.m.

Lockport Mennonite

Sunday: Randy Kauffman, prelude, offertory; dedication of Reiss Creighton, daughter of Eric and Kellie Creighton. Message, “Humble, Anxiety Free,” by Cliff Brubaker.

Wednesday: Mennonite women; MYF

Zion Mennonite

Sunday: Karen Stuckey, prelude, interlude, offering, offertory; Cheryl Britsch, song leader; Tim Yoder, worship leader; David and Linda Nafziger, Brad Short, Jeff Wyse, Ty Yoder, ushers; Duane and Nedra Sauder, Marv and Mary Ellen Nofziger, greeters; special music, His Eye Is On The Sparrow, Zion Choir, with Kevin Sauder as soloist. Sermon, “What in the World is God Doing?” by Sherm Kauffman.

Wednesday: LOGOS, 5:30 p.m.; LOGOS Meal, 5:50 p.m.; CHAOS and MYF, 7 p.m.

Central Mennonite

Sunday: Michael D Short, welcome, greeting; praising God in Song, music team; drama with Dale and Geneva Wyse; Duane, Deana, Gabe and Clara Beck; Ryan, Sarah, Michael and Erik Short; Larry and Bev Armstrong; Joyce Klingelsmith; Ron and Delila Dilbone; Terry King; Luke Nagy; Ken and Sheila Gruenhagen; Levi and Mary Lou Beck; Michael R Short, scripture. Sermon by Rebecca Slough; Sid Ramirez, offering.

Wednesday: Kidz Klub; MYF, 7 p.m.

United Methodist

Sunday: Gene and Sheila Roth, greeters; Ken Laub, Dale Quillet, Brian Huffman, David Eicher, ushers; Bryce Tinsman, Jay Miller, acolytes; Karen Vonier, liturgist; Applause Bell Choir. Message by David David.

Wednesday: Groundbreakers, Applause Handbell choir, 6:30 p.m.; high school youth, 7 p.m.; Chancel choir practice, 7:30 p.m.

St. Peter Catholic

Sunday: Masses for the Vigil and the Seventh Sunday of Easter Time were held and were for the intentions of Paul Young and Donald Grime. The sermon, “Ups and Downs of Following Jesus.” Jensyn, Kassidy, Logan Garrow, Cassidy Williams, Julia Lambert, servers; John Yaney, Therese Wylie, Frank Smith, Jim Rivello, Lois Grime, Karen Dominique, extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion; Dexter Krueger, Jason Row, lectors; A.J. Dammon, Andy Dominique, Russ Lam- bert, Steve Dominique, ushers; Judy Smith, rosary leader; Peg Hines, Mary Grime, offertory.

Wednesday: Religious Education classes for Grades K-12.

St. John’s Christian

Sunday: Justin Pursel, Delaney Nofziger, acolytes; Ann Fether, Ed and Deb Overmier, Keith and Kelli Kuntz, Mark and Tammy Nofziger, ushers; Jim and Betsy Redd, Jon and Deb Rupp, greeters; Ed Ruffer, Mike Meyer, song leaders; Nancy Rupp, children’s moment. Sermon, “Godly Protection.”

Wednesday: JYF, 6:30 p.m.; SYF, 7 p.m.; Men’s choir practice, 7:30 p.m.; High School Guys small group, 8:15 p.m.

West Clinton Mennonite

Sunday: Eric Lehman family, greeters; Chelsea Schmucker, prelude; Eric Miller family, worship leaders; Seth Graber, song leader; Mission Moment by Adriel School participants. Meditation, “Birthed With Power: Courage to Speak,” by Tim Lehman.

Wednesday: JYF, CQ, MYF, 7 p.m.

St. John Lutheran

Sunday: Worship with confirmation of 8th grade confirmands. Mary Grime, organist; Sherri Schweinhagen, Josh Schlade, lectors; Sermon by Dale Kern.

Wednesday: Ladies Aid.


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