Archive for August, 2010

Synod rehearsal cancelled

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Tonight’s Synod music rehearsal has been cancelled. We will meet again next week at 7.


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COH Wed Night Prayer

Just a reminder – Wednesday Night family prayer is at the Prenger’s house, 5200 Sweetleaf Dr., for the month of September (which starts tomorrow…)

Thanks! Karla

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Terri’s Dad Evertte Gilbert (sp) has been hospitalized since Saturday, with a decline in his overall health, and will need total nursing care now. Terri and her Mom are having to decide if this is the right time for Hospice, and if so what does that look like.

Terri asked for our prayers concerning the Lord’s wisdom and direction through this difficult time, and also our prayers for she and her parents to know God’s peaceful presence.

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Prayer Request

Jenny Gruhot a high school student and daughter of Jon Miller’s office mate Keith Gruhot was taken to Children’s Medical Center today (30Aug10) because her heart rate was around 40 BPM and she was light headed and dizzy. As of 4:30PM they did not know why and were still testing. Please pray for Jenny, Keith, Cindy (mom) and her brother and sister.

Jon Miller

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Dear Christ the King and Christ Our Hope, Dayton, and Trinity, Mason,

Our congregations are partners in hosting the Synod of the Missionary Diocese of the Central States, at Christ the King, September 23-24. The synod is the annual gathering of all ordained persons, delegates from congregations, and lay leaders for both business and godly fellowship.

Everything in this message, and more, including the REGISTRATION page, can be found on the synod pages on the diocesan web site: http://rec-mdcs.org/

All persons from our congregations are encouraged to attend any or all parts of the synod to the extent that you are able. Although there is a $35 synod registration fee (even for guest attenders), volunteers have their registration fee WAIVED. All persons attending the synod must register (even volunteers), with the exception of persons only attending the closing Eucharist at 10:30 on Friday.

Many volunteers are needed to assist in the orderly conduct of the synod in the capacities shown on the “Local attenders and volunteers” page on the diocesan web site. Please go there, look over the list, and jump right in. Many hands make light work.

We are grateful that Jon Miller jpmiller_45415@yahoo.com has volunteered to serve as the Volunteer Coordinator and that Karen Perry mark-karen@att.net has volunteered to head up the Thursday Lunch team.

All are also welcome to attend the Thursday evening banquet at the Dayton Woman’s Club. The cost of the banquet is also $35/person. (Unfortunately, we are not able to waive THAT cost, even for volunteers.)

Questions or any other matters, may be addressed to figueroa@andyfigueroa.us who may also be reached at 937-409-8674.

Andy Figueroa

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Dear everyone,

Unfortunately, something has come up and I have to travel to Cincinnati on Sunday, thereby postponing Shakespeare Theater

and the reading of "Much Ado About Nothing" until the week of September 5th. I apologize for the belatedness of this email,

which was delayed by the disconnection of our internet for most of the week. Again, I am sorry to disappoint people this

Sunday, but Reader’s Theater will resume on the following week. Thank you for understanding.


Jon Hartlaub

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This is new info for CKAC and a “for your information” for COH:

This Sunday’s picnic has been moved to Christ Our Hope in celebration of confirmations and the building dedication. They would love to have us join them in this celebration, so please plan on attending. Please bring an entrĂ©e and either a side dish or dessert to share.

Directions from CKAC:

– Go south on Main.
– Go under I-75 and turn left to get onto 4-N.
– Take the Harshman exit and turn left onto Harshman.
– Turn right onto Valley Pike.
– The church is located at 3425 Valley Pike (on the left, the All Seasons Banquet Center). The building used to be the Family Inn.

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