401 Scammel St.
Marietta, Ohio  45750
Church News

The Quilters group will be meeting on the 1st Wednesday of the month in the fellowship hall at 9:00am.  All interested are invited to join us.  We have ten quilts to be tied.  We may also be cutting squares. Call Marian Russell 740-373-6023 with any questions.  The quilters would be happy to have any yard goods that you may want to contribute to this worthy cause.  Even if they are small pieces of goods, they will be cut into squares or rectangles for the good of some needy soul.  Additionally, if you would like to contribute monetarily, we can always use money to buy the batting used between the top and bottom covers. 

As always, thank you.

Choir Kickoff
If you love to sing, join us when you can add your voice to the Sunday morning Worship and Praise! Our time together each week is lighthearted and fun-filled, letting the music lift our spirits and grow our faith, focusing on the one we have in common, our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!! If you have any questions, you can reach me by phone or text (304) 481-7981 or by e-mail: candy_bandy@yahoo.com.
Your friend in Christ,

Kits for LWR
Thanks to all who attended our after-church social hour for the purpose of viewing the kits and quilts and helping to raise money so St. Lukes could send the items to Lutheran World Relief for our part in helping the church in this wonderful mission.  This will help get those packages on their way to those in need.


The Deborah-Naomi Circle will be meeting on September 12 at 1:00pm in the social room of the church.
Jacquelyn Lane will be the hostess and Pat Hanf will have the Bible study program. The Bible study is located in the September issue of Gather, For Faith and Action on page 22. We will be studying The Apostles Creed. Session One: We believe in God.

“The Apostles’ Creed was developed as a teaching tool for faith.
Besides teaching the elements of faith, it was also a way to standardize
the faith. Making sure that all Christians learned and publicly
professed the same things about God-Father, Son, and Holy Spirit — was an attempt to prevent heresy in teaching and in belief