Redbank Valley Church Association Announces Lenten Services | News

NEW BETHLEHEM — The Redbank Valley Church Association has released the schedule for Lenten services for 2022. All services will begin at noon, and lunch will be served after each Wednesday service.

The theme for this year’s Lenten services is “The Miraculous Messiah”. Each week, the morning message will focus on a different miracle from the ministry of Jesus.

Wednesday services include:

• March 2: Reverend David Nagele III of Cornerstone Church of God in Alcola will speak on “water into wine” – John 2:1-11.

• March 9: Service will be held at First United Methodist Church in New Bethlehem with Reverend Jeff Smith of the Church Experience church plant in Butler speaking about “Jesus Calms the Storm” – Mark 4:35-41 .

• March 16: Reverend Father Sam Bungo of St. Charles Catholic Church in New Bethlehem will speak on “Healing at the Pool” – John 5:1-9.

• March 23: Reverend Randy Hopper of First Baptist Church in New Bethlehem will speak on “Healing a Leper” – Luke 5:12-16.

• March 30: Reverend Bob Ryver of Grace Baptist Church in New Bethlehem will speak on “Feeding the 5,000” – John 6:1-15.

• April 6: Reverend Dottie Kunselman of the Oakland Church of God at a Distance will speak on “Healing the Blind” – John 9:1-12.

• April 13: Reverend Scott Gourley of Leatherwood Church in New Bethlehem will speak on “Walking on Water” – Matthew 14:22-33.

On Good Friday, April 15, Reverend John Phillips will speak at First Baptist Church in New Bethlehem. The title of his sermon will be “The Cut Ear”, with the biblical text of Luke 22:47-53. No lunch will be served after the Good Friday service.

The Easter Sunday sunrise service will be at 7 a.m. on April 17. Reverend Zachery Lays of First Church of God in New Bethlehem will deliver the morning message titled “The Resurrection” using the Bible passage from Luke 24:1-12. Breakfast will be served after the Easter sunrise service.

All members of the community are invited to attend the Lenten and Easter services.

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