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July 20, 2019

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St. John Mennonite host to marriage enrichment conference April 9-10

St. John Mennonite Church, Pandora, will hold a marriage enrichment conference, Friday and Saturday, April 9-10, at the church located at 15988 Road 4, Pandora.

The conference will be led by Bill and Ann Harris and it is open to singles, recently married, married for years or couple who are dating.

Bill Harris was formerly a newscaster with Channel 13, Toledo, and is the founder of Rapture Ministries. He and his wife, Ann, present the biblically-based seminars.

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Holy Week services announced at Trinity Lutheran

Trinity Lutheran Church, Jenera's Maundy Thursday service on April 1 will begin at 7 p.m. Pastor Al Schmitzer will deliver the sermon and the choir will sing "Jesus Paid it All" and "Eat This Bread."

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Bluffton Brass Quintet performs at Presbyterian on Easter

The Bluffton Brass Quintet will play at the 10:15 a.m. service at the Bluffton Presbyterian Church on Easter Sunday, April 4. Members from left are, Travis Unterbrink, trumpet; Marilyn Edwards, french horn; Tom Miller, tuba; Greg Mohr, trombone; Dave Sycks, trumpet.

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Steve Renfrow will become a missionary for Southern Baptists

When Steve Renfrow came to Bluffton in 1979 the Bluffton Baptist Chapel met on Sundays in the Shannon Theatre. The congregation was two years old at the time; its regular attendance was 12 in Sunday school and 13 in worship.

Today the congregation has its own building on County Line Road, is known as Bluffton Baptist Church and has an active congregation of around 100 members.

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Tour of Bluffton churches continues March 27

The church tours of Bluffton concludes Saturday, March 27, according to the Bluffton Area Ministerial Association.

Four Bluffton congregations are part of Saturday's walking tour. Those churches are:

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Want to meet new people and help others? The MMH has a spot for you

The Mennonite Memorial Home has an open invitation for persons interested in meeting new people and helping others.

A volunteer is needed in the twice monthly 'nail spa." This volunteer, according to Mary Ring, volunteer coordinator, will file and polish assisted living residents' nails.

Volunteers are also needed to transport residents in wheelchairs to the chapel for Sunday worship service. Help is needed from 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. for that event.

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