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March 25, 2019
 

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Liberty Baptist Church holiday services

Here's the holiday services schedule for Liberty Baptist Church:
Sunday, Dec. 24: Sunday School at 9:30 and church at 10:30. There will be no evening service.

Sunday, Dec. 31: Sunday School at 9:30 and church at 10:30. There will be a carry-in after the morning service then "popcorn preaching" for an early evening service.

Presbyterian Church candlelight service

The Ada Presbyterian Church will have a candlelight service at 8 p.m. on Sunday, Christmas Eve. The service will include lessons and carols, closing with "Silent Night."

Christmas Eve at Ada First United Methodist Church

Christmas Eve at Ada First United Methodist Church:

Christmas Eve morning worship at 10 a.m.

Christmas Eve Family Service at 5 p.m. in sanctuary

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service:
Pre-service music starts at 10:30 p.m. Service starts at 11 p.m.

Soup's up!

Presbyterians chose perfecdt night for a soup and salad supper

By Monty Siekerman
Soup's Up - With cold winds blowing, Ada Presbyterians chose a perfect night for a soup and salad supper.

Tuesday evening the church members and those in the community raised money for missions. The raffle of a quilt and an auction of many items added to the mission total.

Soup servers are (from left) Diane Atkinson, Eilene Hubbard, and Debbie Roehrle.

PHOTO AT BOTTOM:
Previewing auction items are (from left) Paula Massillon, Phyllis Scott, and Terry Theodore.

Dec. 3 concert at church

Celebrate the Christmas season with the Ohio Northern University Singers and Chamber Singers, directed by Christopher Larsen, director of choral activities, as they present their holiday concert “The Joyous Day” at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 3 at Ada First United Methodist Church. The event is free and open to the public.

 Audience members can sing carols of the season, contemplate on the story of the birth of Jesus Christ, and listen to the musical offerings by the talented choral musicians of Ohio Northern University.

This is how you decorate a church for Christmas

Story and photos by Monty Siekerman
Mom Caitlin Porter shows 4-year-old twins, Ada and Clair, and sister, Lucy, how battery-operated candles work.

The youngsters helped on Sunday morning during the Ada United Methodist Church hanging of the greens for the Christmas season. The church uses 100 candles, many trees, much garland, and a number of wreaths in its seasonal decoration.

More photos below - including a sign for the sheep who can read.

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