Church Events 9-23-21 | Local religion


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To liberate oneself – Cecil Community Church, 203 S. Main Street, Cecil, welcomes a new group Breaking Free Wednesday at 7 pm. This is a group meeting open every Wednesday from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. -564-8383.

Courses offered – St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 715 Jefferson Ave., Defiance will offer classes for Catholics who want to update themselves on church teaching, those who want to learn more about the church, and those who wish to join the church. For more information, call 419-782-2776 and ask for Deacon George Newton.

Manhattan Beef Dinner – Union Chapel Church of God, 17983 County Road A, Bryan, will be hosting a Beef Manhattan Drive-Thru Dinner on Saturday from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm The menu includes: Beef Manhattan with mashed potatoes, green beans, salad and dessert. Advance ordering is available at 3 p.m. A voluntary donation will be accepted, with a suggested donation of $ 7 per meal. For more information or to order in advance, call 419-636-8141.

Community worship service – The Continental Fall Fest community worship service will meet in the meeting tent on Sunday at 10 a.m. Matt Edding will be the guest speaker, with everyone welcome for praise and worship. Parking will be available on the south side of the tracks.

Autumn Renaissance – Auglaize Chapel Church of God, 22652 County Road 60, Oakwood, will host fall revival services Sunday through Wednesday with guest speaker Dr. Bill Jones. The event will take place Sunday at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. with the event from Monday to Wednesday at 7 p.m. Jones served The Church of God in Michigan for over 18 years as a State Pastor. He has also served as senior pastor of Sears Church of God and Mio Church of God. In both churches he was instrumental in leading congregations in their numerical and spiritual growth. He now serves the church as a general minister. For more information, call 419-594-2441.

Concert – Cecil Community Church, 203 S. Main Street, will host a Christian concert featuring the Bluegrass Praise Band Sunday at 6 pm. For more information, text 419-564-8383.

Blessing of our pets – McClure United Methodist Church, 430 S. East St., invites animal lovers to bring their animals to church grounds for a celebration of blessing our pets, October 3 at 2:30 p.m. said Pastor Chuck Case, “Blessing our pets is a brief and meaningful way for us to show our love and concern for creation, and especially the animals with whom we share our lives. “My children have asked occasionally if they could bring our dog to church. For this event, participants can bring their dogs, cats, birds or hamsters. The event will include a song and a prayer of blessing for each pet. Pet owners are requested to bring their pets on a leash, in cages or in cages. For more information, call 419-748-8505.

(NOTICE TO CHURCHES: Any events that require admission, food or material fees may be included in the above list for $ 15 per week. To reserve a paid seat, contact CN Advertising at 419-784-5441, ext. 300726, or email: [email protected] Free events or those with a voluntary offering will be posted free of charge. To add an event to the church list, call 419 -784-5441, ext. 300737, or email: [email protected] Deadline for free and paid events is Tuesday at noon.)

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