Serving Opportunity

Our next mission event will be serving the homeless lunch at the Upper Room Drop-In Center (St. Paul’s UCC, 11th & Peach, downtown) at 1pm on Feb. 23. Please join us in volunteering to prepare, serve and clean-up after the meal. If you are able to help, please contact Becky Nottingham (573-5476). We may also need volunteers to prep and donate desserts, if you can’t volunteer, so stay tuned for more details....
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Ghana Mission Partnership

Upper Northern Presbytery and Presbytery of Lake Erie Partnership The year 2020 is the tenth anniversary of the Upper Northern Presbytery and Lake Erie Presbytery’s Partnership.  Sunday, February 9th - Come and hear Doug Ebert talk about his recent experience in Ghana during our regular worship service at 11:00 am. Some History: The initial groundwork for the Ghana Mission Partnership began to be laid ten years ago this month – February, 2010.  An initial delegation traveled from Lake Erie Presbytery to northern Ghana.  In the months that followed it was the sense that God was leading Presbyterian leaders in both countries to establish a Partnership through which relationships in Christ could be built and a larger understanding of the global Christian Church could be encouraged. Current activity: In October, 2019 a total of six people traveled to Ghana to continue the Partnership between the Upper Northern Presbytery, the Presbytery of Lake Erie and Chosen International Medical Assistance (ChosenIMA) of Erie.  Lake Erie Presbytery...
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The Pastor’s Searchlight – February 2020

The Pastor’s Searchlight—February, 2020: There is a story about a new couple in love. They were in a long-distance relationship and the girl at the last minute demanded that her boyfriend jump on the next plane to get to her in time for Valentine’s Day. The man was terrified of flying and had never been on a plane before, so this was something of a test of his love. Well, he did it he booked the plane and with trembling hands got on the plane. He was on a charter flight in a 3 engine Lockheed TriStar. They were about half-way into his flight when their pilot’s voice came over the intercom, "This is your captain speaking. Ladies and gentlemen, I feel I ought to let you know that one of our three engines has failed. There is, of course, no need for alarm. This plane is entirely airworthy flying on two engines but I regret to say we will...
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