NO NEWLYWED GAME
The Newlywed Game has been postponed. When a new date is set there will be an announcement sent out. Thank you for the understanding
Bill Butterfield Visitation and Service
The following will be held at the 36th St. Church of Christ in regards to the passing of brother Bill Butterfield.
Visitation is Friday from 2-4 pm and 6-8 pm. The service will be on Saturday at 1 pm.
(NOT SO) NEWLYWED GAME NIGHT
COUPLES OF THE CHURCH, YOUNG AND OLD! There is a (not so) Newlywed Game night that is in the works for FEBRUARY 16TH here at the church at 6 pm.
There will be a meal provided as well as childcare for those who have little ones!
SIGN UP SHEET ON BACK BULLETIN BOARD AND HALLWAY BULLETIN BOARD.
GARRETT BEST TO SPEAK FEBRUARY 17TH
On Sunday, February 17, 2019 we will welcome Garett Best as a guest speaker at both the morning and evening services Garrett is one of the men being considered for the associate minister position here at 36th Street. Garrett is currently preaching for the Nicholasville Church of Christ in Nicholasville, KY.. He graduated from Freed-Hardeman University in 2010, Harding School of Theology in 2014 and is currently working on his PhD from Asbury Theological Seminary. Garrett grew up in Alabama and he and his wife Robin, an ER Nurse, have two children - son Jackson, age 3 and infant daughter Anna, born in 2018.
"My wife and I do not live near our family; so in a very real way, the local church is our family. We believe strongly in hospitality and Christian fellowship in order to cultivate the one body that Jesus inaugurated, the household of God (1 Tim. 3:15). I have a heart for evangelism, service, and missions. I received a degree in Spanish so that I could connect with people all around the world. I have had the opportunity to teach and serve in Paraguay, Costa Rica, Mexico, and recently traveled to Cuba".
MICHAEL ROSS TO SPEAK FEB. 24TH
Michael Ross, President of Ohio Valley University, will speak at the morning worship service on Sunday, February 24, 2019.
Ross, a graduate of Harding University in Searcy, Ark., attended OVU from 1986 to 1988, leaving to pursue a degree in psychology at Harding. He is working to complete his Master of Science in Management and Leadership degree through Western Governors University.
Ross has 25 years of experience, primarily with nonprofit healthcare organizations serving vulnerable populations.
We welcome Micael Ross to OVU and the Mid-Ohio Valley and we look forward to hearing him speak on Feb. 24th.