Church sermon topics

Steubenville-area churches have announced the following sermon themes for their Sunday services:

— Bell Chapel United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “I’ve Got Good News and I’ve Got Better News.”

— Covenant Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Trust God in Prayer,” Rex Baker, guest speaker.

— Finley United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Specific Answers to Specific Prayers,” morning service; Guatemala mission service with Abbey and Gabe Ernst, evening service.

— First Christian Church, Disciples, Steubenville: “Stay on Faith Street.”

— First Church of Christ, Scientist, Steubenville: “Truth.”

— First United Methodist Church, Toronto: “Servanthood – The Joy of the Christian Life.”

— First Westminster Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Goodness Gracious.”

Grace Lutheran Church, Steubenville: “A Ministry of ‘Words!'”

— Harmony United Methodist Church, Mingo Junction: “Can These Bones Live?”

— Rush Run Community Chapel, Rayland: Guest speaker J.C. Fowler.

Second Baptist Church, Steubenville: “Tested, Tried and Proved.”

— St. Mark Lutheran Church, Steubenville: “Our Lord Sets Us Free.”

— St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “Joy and Power.”

— St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “Speaking of Liberty,” the Rev. John Zimmann.

— Starkdale Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Jesus Revealed.”

Tiltonsville United Methodist Church: “Many Parts, One Body.”

— Toronto North River Avenue Christian Church: Speaker Luke Hightshue, morning service; evening worship service.

— Two Ridges Presbyterian Church, Wintersville: “The Household of Faith.”

— Zion United Church of Christ, Steubenville: “Good News, Good Ways.”

Church sermon topics

Steubenville-area churches have announced the following sermon themes for their Sunday services:

— Bell Chapel United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Chance, Choice or Chocolates.”

— Covenant Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Poking Holes in the Darkness,” Terry Mohr, guest speaker.

— Finley United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Life, A Gift from God,” morning service; “Last Ounce of Courage,” evening service.

— First Christian Church, Disciples, Steubenville: “You Can Never Hide from God.”

— First Church of Christ, Scientist, Steubenville: “Life.”

— First United Methodist Church, Toronto: “Servanthood – The Joy of the Christian Life.”

— First Westminster Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “New Opportunities.”

Grace Lutheran Church, Steubenville: “How Much Wine Did Jesus Make?” Pastor Sarah Walker-Brown.

— Harmony United Methodist Church, Mingo Junction: “Authentic.”

— Rush Run Community Chapel, Rayland: “So What’s Up With Tithing? Part II.”

— St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “Signs.”

— St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “O God, We See Light.”

— Starkdale Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “If Not We, Who? If Not Now, When?”

Tiltonsville United Methodist Church: “The First of the Signs.”

— Toronto North River Avenue Christian Church: Tom Williams, speaker, morning service.

— Two Ridges Presbyterian Church, Wintersville: “God’s Protection Plan.”

— Wintersville United Methodist Church: “God’s Amazing Grace,” special guest speaker.

— Zion United Church of Christ, Steubenville: “Extravagant Sign.”

Church sermon topics

Steubenville-area churches have announced the following sermon themes for their Sunday services:

— Bell Chapel United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Just What I Always Wanted.”

— Covenant Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Cup of Cold Water Christians,” Shawn Smith, guest speaker.

— Finley United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Building Without God,” morning service; “Living the New Life, Part 1,” evening service.

— First Christian Church, Disciples, Steubenville: “Jesus, Child to Man.”

— First Church of Christ, Scientist, Steubenville: “Sacrament.”

— First United Methodist Church, Toronto: “Living in God’s Love.”

— First Westminster Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Listening for His Voice.”

— Harmony United Methodist Church, Mingo Junction: “Prophets.”

— Rush Run Community Chapel, Rayland: “So What’s Up With Tithing?”

Second Baptist Church, Steubenville: “What Is Has Already Been.”

— St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “Dove All Over the Place.”

— St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “The Baptism of Our Lord,” the Rev. Terry Mohr.

Tiltonsville United Methodist Church: “Welcome to the Family.”

— Toronto North River Avenue Christian Church: Tom Williams, speaker, morning serivce; meditation service, evening service.

— Two Ridges Presbyterian Church, Wintersville: “A Time of Identification.”

— Wintersville United Methodist Church: “Why Should We Read the Bible?”

— Zion United Church of Christ, Steubenville: “Affirmed By Love.”

Church sermon topics

Steubenville-area churches have announced the following sermon themes for their Sunday services:

— Bell Chapel United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Why? Part 1.”

— Covenant Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “First for 2013,” Mike Watson, guest speaker.

— Finley United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “The Keeping Power of God,” morning service; “The Best Advice He Could Give, evening service, Pastor Delbert Lash.

— First Christian Church, Disciples, Steubenville: “Good Stuff In, Bad Stuff Out.”

— First Church of Christ, Scientist, Steubenville: “God.”

— First United Methodist Church, Toronto: “Epiphanies.”

— First Westminster Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Searching for Truth?”

— Rush Run Community Chapel, Rayland: Guest speaker Pastor John Brumett.

Second Baptist Church, Steubenville: “He Told You So.”

— St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “The Epiphany.”

— St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “The Voice of the Lord,” the Rev. Ben Wright.

— Starkdale Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Three Wise Men and a Baby.”

Tiltonsville United Methodist Church: “Ringing in the New.”

— Toronto North River Avenue Christian Church: Speaker Tom Williams, morning service; meditation service, evening service.

— Two Ridges Presbyterian Church, Wintersville: “A gift for Everyone.”

— Wintersville United Methodist Church: “Which Way Do We Go?”

— Zion United Church of Christ, Steubenville: “Where Is The Child?”