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June 24, 2019

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County Line Church of the Brethren VBS July 22-26

County Line Church of the Brethren, 4227 N. Hardin Road, Ada, will hold its Vacation Bible School from Sunday to Thursday, July 22 to 26.

The VBS theme is "Discover your strength in God!" VBS is for youth ages 3 to sixth grade and takes place from 6 to 8 p.m. each evening.

For more info, call 419-649-5364 or email office@countylinecob.com
Pre-register at: https://hc.cokesburyvbs.com/countylinecob

Church plans ice cream social

The Ada United Methodist Women will sponsor an ice cream social from 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 13 in fellowship hall. The menu includes sandwich or hot dog, salad, baked beans, chips, beverage, brownie, and Dietsch's ice cream for a donation of $7 or $4 for those under 10.

Ice Cream Social on June 13

Vacation Bible School upcoming at Ada First United Methodist Church

What potion is the mad scientist and his cohort cooking up now? If you go to the Ada First United Methodist Church between June 25-29 for Vacation Bible School, you’ll find out.

Dave Lusk and Amy Dennis (pictured) will lead the science portion of VBS for ages 3 to 3rd grade.

The theme this year is “Faith Lab,” which is a science-based program. Students in grades 4-6 will participate in community service projects.

The Monday-Friday VBS runs from 5-7:30 p.m. The church is located at 3O1 N. Main. Registration is available at adaumc.org. 

Ada Family Center is moving

Ada Family Center is moving, according to Pastor Ray Hadley. The congregation will meet at Center on Central for the first time at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, June 3.


“All are invited to our kickoff celebration,” Pastor Hadley said. “We are excited to be planting roots in the community we love. Join us for great music and a relevant message.” There is a children’s church and nursery available, as well.


The first day in the new home of the congregation will conclude with a meal following the service. Ada Family Center formerly met at McIntosh Center.

Renny Snare to speak Saturday

Riley Creek Baptist Church invites ladies to hear former missionary Renny Snare speak at a dinner on Saturday, May 12 at the church, 4950 TR 27, northeast of Ada. 

Mrs. Snare and her husband Ken were missionaries in São Paulo, Brazil for many years, where they raised their three daughters. Ken and Renny recently retired and have moved back to the Ohio area.

She will discuss “Flowers in the King’s Garden.” The Daughters of the King Banquet will begin at 6 p.m. An RSVP would be appreciated so that the organizing group will know how many to plan for. Call 419-326-7521. There is no cost.