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This coming Sunday is Christ the King Sunday, the last Sunday of the church year!  Our worship services on the 23rd of November are at 10:30 (led by our pipe organ) and noon (led by guitars and a mandolin). The gospel text for this Sunday is Matthew 25:14-30. Pastor Hout’s sermon theme is “I was hungry and....” You can read this text and the entire Bible online at www.biblegateway.com

Thanks so much for your visit! We hope you enjoy your time on our website. It is good to have you here. We may not be as big and fancy here as some places but we have important people here .....people like you! We hope your journey with the Lord is going well and please, stop by to visit us again. We try to update this site on regular basis, even weekly.

Prayers of the Church Our prayers are with the family and friends of Cliff Gebhart. His died last week and his funeral service was the Monday the 17th. We celebrate with Aubrey Elizabeth Gibson and her family upon her baptism this past Sunday. Our prayers are also with Justin Wantz, Lois Masters, Hazel Shell, Diana Washburn, Herb Greggerson, Don Stupp, Bob Greenlee, Iris Englebrecht and our military men: Zach Mathis, Blake Parrett and Rob Greenlee. We have just learned that Betty Daily is in hospice. Taylor Macy is in Senegal with the Peace Corps and she is also in our prayers.

Here is the Prayer of the Day for Christ the King Sunday: O God of power and might, your Son shows us the way of service, and in him we inherit the riches of your grace. Give us the wisdom to know what is right and the strength to serve the world you have made, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.

Prayers of Thanks We continue to say “thank you God” for great results on our “Miracle Sunday”. Not only did we have a great service, a great attendance and a great baptism but we also had great results with help for our finances. When the final totals were counted and announced, $21,080.78 was gathered for the ministry here at 213 E. Central Avenue. Thank you God for your wonderful gifts!!!

A good piece of scripture Here is another good verse from the E-100: Matthew 25:40..........”Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me.”

A special link because it is a great article about St. Jacob. Part of it was in the paper but we have the entire blog article here with some good pictures:

Upcoming Events include:
November 20-Lunch Bunch at Bullwinkle’s
November 21-Game Night at St. Jacob
November 22-Springboro Christmas parade
November 23-Area Thanksgiving service at St. Jacob
November 27-Community Thanksgiving meal