Corey Wagonfield will be attending seminary at Trinity in Columbus this fall! Like all seminarians, he will begin by taking Koine Greek (New Testament era) this summer, before beginning the rest of his studies in the fall. Corey’s family, (Megan, Maddie, Mollie, and Max) will remain here in Cincinnati, while he’ll be studying in Columbus Monday – Thursday. This will be an exciting, but stressful, time for the Wagonfield family. Our Care Team will be looking for volunteers to help ease this period. It is also the practice for congregations to help defray the costs of attending seminary for its members. When asked, we hope that you will give prayerful consideration to the manner in which you can help. Look for an article about Corey’s seminary journey in the June Lifeline.
May 8 and 22
7 pm in the church library
Women at the Well will break for the summer months with a start up in September.
1st & 3rd Tuesdays
7 – 8 pm
Traveling through life with a partner? The Couples Bible Study is an opportunity to grow together in faith alongside other couples. We will begin be studying the Ten Commandments.
Thursdays at 9:45 am
in the Library
Small Group Leaders Needed. Help lead small groups of children on their adventure of how God LOVES them!
No teaching experience required.
VBS Decorating help
Saturdays, 9am-12 pm; Sundays, 5-8 pm
At Sharonville United Methodist Church
On Saturday mornings and Sunday evenings we are creating the AMAZING decorations for this year's “CAVE QUEST” . All ages welcome to paint, cut, draw and create the wonderful “cave” structures. Need more info?
Thursday, March 24
Friday, March 25
4 pm Family-friendly Service
7 pm Service of Darkness
Easter Vigil (at St. Anne's Episcopal Church)
Saturday, March 26
Sunday, March 27
8 am, 9:30 am, 11 am
9 to 11 am Easter Breakfast
Pastora Carmen Colón-Brown
Pastora Carmen comes from the New Jersey/New York area. She was born in the US to parents from Lares and Moca, Puerto Rico, and is the oldest of five children. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Thiel College (ELCA). She was consecrated a Deaconess in 2010 through the Lutheran Deaconess Association at Valparaiso University, IN. She has been married to Charles Brown for 28 years and they have two daughters: Autumn and Sienna. In May of 2010, Deaconess Carmen received a call to serve the Southern Ohio Synod as a Latino Mission Developer. In August of 2010 the call was extended to serve as Pastor of Vida E†erna–Iglesia Luterana (VEIL). She is currently enrolled in the TEEM (Theological Education for Emerging Ministries) program seeking ordination. VEIL is celebrating its 5th anniversary as a ministry and worshiping community of the Southern Ohio Synod.