Family Fall Fest set
There will be a free Fall Festival at Cy Young Park on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 5 to 7 p.m.
There will be games, prizes, food and fun for the whole family!
This event is sponsored by Crave Young Adult Ministries at Christ United Methodist Church, Newcomerstown.
For information, call 498-8134, ext. 210.
Singspiration benefit set
BALTIC -- A singspiration benefit is set for Sunday, Oct. 20 at 2 p.m. at St. Peters United Church of Christ Fiat.
Those taking part in the benefit include: Faithful Four, High Country Bluegrass and Valley Voices.
The benefit will support: Bread for the World, Akron Canton Food Bank and Pirate Power Program (backpack program).
A light meal will follow the singing. Donations will be accepted.
For information, call 330-897-1243.
(For directions to the church: Take Route 93 to Baltic, turn up hill past school. Three miles to "T" in the road, take Troendly Road right and first road to the right. The address is 10639 Oak Valley Road, Baltic.)
Special needs ministry presentation set
COSHOCTON -- On Sunday, Oct. 20, a very special service will be presented at Roscoe United Methodist Church.
Their special needs ministry, Faith, Hope and Love, will be leading the entire 10:30 a.m. service. Children and adults with various disabilities (i.e. autism, cerebral palsy, blindness and spina bifida) will share their love and faith in God with the congregation. They will be sharing messages, prayers, and music. You will be blessed to hear the young woman who would never speak or sing and a young man, who is autistic and blind, play the piano. These are just a few of the amazing talents these special young people will be sharing that morning. Come, feel their faith and enjoy their special talents.
Roscoe United Methodist Church is located at 475 High St. (Historic Roscoe Village) in Coshocton.
For information, call Special Needs Ministry Director, Jen Jones at 740-622-7780 or email@example.com.
Church to have God's Delaware Days Festival
The Victory Assembly of God's Delaware Days Festival is set for Sunday, Oct. 13 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Delaware Days Festival is a historically-themed outdoor event. A dramatic re-enactment of David Zeisberger's sermon to Delaware Chief Netawatwes (Newcomer) will be featured along with other historic demonstrations.
Many vendors will be present selling crafts and more. More vendors can be accommodated. Call Victory Assembly of God Church office at 498-6547.
The Delaware Days Festival schedule on Oct. 13 is as follows:
11 a.m. All booths open
Noon Reptile show
1 p.m. Opening ceremony of dramatic historical re-enactment
2 p.m. TJ Marlatt Native American Flute concert
3 p.m. Blathmac Illusion Show with Dick McCune
4 p.m. All booths close
There will be food available from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Barbecue pulled pork dinners will be available at $5 pre-sale ticket or $6 the day of the festival
Pre-sale tickets are available by calling Victory Assembly of God Church or by calling 498-6547.
Children's dinner, desserts, other foods and beverages will also be available.
Quartet to perform Oct. 5
WARSAW -- Come and be blessed with the ministry of The Colonial City Quartet Saturday evening, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. at the Gospel Hill Church in Warsaw
This quartet is an energetic Southern Gospel Quartet from Mansfield.
Come early and tour the Gospel Hill Lighthouse and enjoy the changing colors of the leaves in the valley below. There will also be a food stand which will begin serving at 5:30 to 6:45 p.m.
The sing will be held indoors at Gospel Hill Ministry's place of worship, 27610 TR 45, Warsaw.
For information, call 740-824-3300.
No fall spaghetti dinner
The Calvary United Methodist Church board decided Sept. 23 to reschedule its fall spaghetti dinner until spring due to the health of several members.
The spring dinner will be decided upon and announced at a later date.
They would like to extend thanks to all the faithful people who come to the dinner each time and state they will look forward to seeing you in the spring at the next spaghetti dinner.
Fall revival planned
Fall revival at the Trinity Baptist Church, 590 Martin Luther King Drive, Newcomerstown, is set for Oct. 9, 10 and 11 at 7 p.m. each night.
Revivalist the Rev. Landareece Brown of the Columbus Believers Church will be speaking.