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Busy Work Day workers cleaning inside and
Nancy & Percy were involved in an auto accident, no injuries but their car
is in intensive care. Check their shirts in the photo for their main comments
about the incident. Photo by Kathy Hall LeFevre.
Serving Lunch At MSH Band Camp!
A Busy Sunday . . . Donuts for Dads, Baptisim,
Farewell Chuck & Gail Kerg!
Just a few of the many workers working
the Pots & Pans Ministry.
The Kerg's Farewell and Red, White &
Blue on 5/29/16
Christmas Eve Pageant
photos by Sean Sheldon
Trillium Winds Music For
The Nativity Exhibit
Ringing The Bell For
God Speed Clarke
Baptism of Anna Horton
Welcome New Members!
Bobbie & Mardy
Kim & Dan
Rally Day Fun!
Commissioning June 14th, 2015
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Work Day photos by Jennie
First Wednesday Meeting
May 6th, 2015
Honoring Nancy & Percy Hall
First Wednesday Meeting
April 1st, 2015
Awakening, with Heidi Zentz, Jon Clevenger & Jon Dech
Lenten Breakfast March
Jenny Elliott & others from The Dewald Center
Jeanette Walls introducing speakers Janet & David Miller
who just returned from a Thailand mission trip to teach English.
Lenten Breakfast February
Mission Pots & Pans Project "Wash & Wrap"
Lighting The Advent Candle 12/21/2014
Advent Candle 12/14/2014
Nativity Exhibit enjoyed by young and old!
Advent Candle 12/7/2014
Advent Candle 11/30/2014
Wednesday Meeting - Pastor Tom talking Turkey and Thanksgiving
plus a great meal by Chef Doug & his crew!
New Pastor Tom Roepke & Melinda.
Thursday Men's Bible Study Group continues the "Tradition" of meeting
at the Beilstein home for a Lake Erie Perch & Walleye (provided by Dennis
luncheon and Bible Study.
Very Successful Rummage Sale, Thanks to all who made that happen!
Becker & Husband, 1st Wednesday Speakers
you Ron & Cora Walker!
& Greet Pastor Tom & Melinda Roepke
The Rose House - 908 Maumee
big thank you to all those who helped with the Hog Roast on Sunday, August
27th. We could not have had this event without the support of those who provided
funds for the hog, the variety of Cole slaws, set up and clean up volunteers. We
served approximately 120 people. Families from the surrounding neighborhood
also and accounted for about half of that number. A good time was had by
Father's Day too!
Safety & Awareness May 15, 2014
Presented by Officer Garrick of Mansfield Community Policing Dept.
and Scott Zartman
of Neighborhood Watch
Day - Feast of Song 2014
Wednesday Meeting May 7th, 2014
Honoring women who have been members for 30 or more years!
Click on the photo above to see more photos of the event.
here to see photos by The Hortons including electrical work at 908 Maumee.
here to see photos and video of "Walking The Labyrinth"
Retreat with Debbie Rundlett, 5/4/2014
If you missed the
retreat, you may borrow a DVD of the Discovery Retreat.
See Nicki in the office.
Final Lenten Breakfast 4/11/2014
Featuring Spoken Images and special music by Mardy & Nancy
Fifth Lenten Breakfast 4/5/2014
by Chuck & Gail
Hymns by Marty
speakers from Christ Presbyterian Church in Canton
at our First Wednesday meeting, April 2nd, 2014
Click Here to see a video of their
Fourth Lenten Breakfast 3/29/2014
Featuring Charlotte Martin, Human Services Worker and music by Phil
Third Lenten Breakfast 3/22/2014
Robert Maxey of United Way and music by Chuck & Gail Kerg
Second Lenten Breakfast 3/15/2014
Featuring Rita Lemley of Catholic Charities and music by Jerry English &
First Lenten Breakfast of 2014
Pritchard Music by The Kergs
Produced by Lyn Feldman
Sunday January 19th Elders & Deacons were installed.
Donny Walter & Doug Beilstein - Elders
Liz Pritchard & Jerry English - Deacons
painted walls in the meeting room!
windows installed at 908 Maumee!
The Inspection Team
Wednesday - January - Family Movie Night
Dinner and a Movie
then closed with prayer.
Christmas Sisters, Merry & Happy
aka Betty & Marty
(photo by Bobbie)
Wednesday December 4th, 2013
Of The Greens
here to see photos of The Percy Hall Orchestra at the United Way Meeting
recent, very special concert paid tribute to the remarkable Percy Hall marking
his retirement as conductor of the Youth Strings. For the past twelve years,
Percy has dedicated his talent, enthusiasm and inexhaustible energies to The
Mansfield Symphony Youth Strings.