Church sermon topics

Steubenville-area churches have announced the following sermon themes for their Sunday services:

— Bell Chapel United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Caring About Others,” first service; “Church Life and Routines,” second service.

Bloomingdale Presbyterian Church: “Life After Death.”

— Covenant Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “The Marks of A Christian.”

— Finley United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “The Handwriting on the Wall (Daniel Series No. 5), morning services; people’s meeting, evening service.

— First Christian Church, Disciples, Steubenville: “Ask, Seek, Knock!” guest minister the Rev. Allan Brown.

— First Church of Christ, Scientist, Steubenville: “Reality.”

— First United Methodist Church, Toronto: “Face Your Giants.”

— First Westminster Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Actions Speak Louder Than Words.”

— Harmony United Methodist Church, Mingo Junction: “Good Neighbor Sam.”

— St. Mark Lutheran Church, Steubenville: “A Written Guarantee.”

— St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “Mr. Nameless and Mr. Lazarus.”

— St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “Show Us Your Salvation,” the Rev. Ben Wright, guest priest.

— Starkdale Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Rich in Things and Poor in Soul.”

Tiltonsville United Methodist Church: “When We Need to Get Away From it All.”

— Two Ridges Presbyterian Church, Wintersville: “Do You Really Know Jesus or Do You Just Know About Him?”

Wintersville Church of Christ, Wintersville: “Do We Care?”

— Wintersville United Methodist Church: “Beginnings: The Rise and Fall of All.”

— Zion United Church of Christ, Steubenville: “Surprising Investment.”

Church sermon topics

Steubenville-area churches have announced the following sermon themes for their Sunday services:

— Bell Chapel United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “You Gotta’ Be Kidding Me.”

Bloomingdale Presbyterian Church: “Who Do We Serve?”

— Covenant Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Why Should We Glorify God?”

— Finley United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Pride Comes Before the Fall,” morning services; concert with Jonathan White, evening service.

— First Christian Church, Disciples, Steubenville: “The Word of God,” guest minister the Rev. H. Tyrone Fink.

— First Church of Christ, Scientist, Steubenville: “Matter.”

— First United Methodist Church, Toronto: “Actively Pursuing.”

— First Westminster Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Is Hindsight Always 20/20?”

— Harmony United Methodist Church, Mingo Junction: “The Prodigal Father.”

Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “When Praying, What’s Your Twang and Accent?”

— Rush Run Community Chapel, Rayland: “How to Develop a Stronger Personal Relationship with the Lord.”

Second Baptist Church, Steubenville: “A Missed Opportunity.”

— St. Mark Lutheran Church, Steubenville: “Who Do You Serve?”

— St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “Steal Away.”

— St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “God Our Savior,” the Rev. Ben Wright, guest priest.

— Starkdale Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “The City of God or the City of Man?”

Tiltonsville United Methodist Church: “Happy Days.”

Wintersville Church of Christ, Wintersville: “Trials, Are You Serious?”

— Wintersville United Methodist Church: “What’s Your Favorite Story?”

— Zion United Church of Christ, Steubenville: “Kindness.”

Church sermon topics

Steubenville-area churches have announced the following sermon themes for their Sunday services:

Bloomingdale Presbyterian Church: “Who Calls?”

— Covenant Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Authentic Worship.”

— Finley United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Finishing What We Start,” morning service; “Why Not Come to Christ?” evening service.

— First Christian Church, Disciples, Steubenville: “Back to Basics,” the Rev. Allan Brown, guest minister.

— First Church of Christ, Scientist, Steubenville: “Substance.”

— First United Methodist Church, Toronto: “To Be Content.”

— First Westminster Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Lost and Found.”

— Harmony United Methodist Church, Mingo Junction: “Preface to the Parables.”

Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Finding the Potter’s Address.”

— Rush Run Community Chapel, Rayland: “How to Develop a Stronger Personal Relationship with the Lord,” (Part 11)

Second Baptist Church, Steubenville: “Competition in the Kingdom.”

— St. Mark Lutheran Church, Steubenville: “Joy of Joys.”

— St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “Hide and Seek.”

— St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “Those Who Are Wise Seek After God,” guest priest the Rev. Ben Wright.

Tiltonsville United Methodist Church: “Amazing Grace.”

— Two Ridges Presbyterian Church, Wintersville: “The Most Important Question You Will Ever Answer.”

Wintersville Church of Christ, Wintersville: “Reaching the Lost.”

— Wintersville United Methodist Church: “Who Teaching What?”

— Zion United Church of Christ, Steubenville: “God’s Generosity,” the Rev. Jim Painting, guest pastor.

Church sermon topics

Steubenville-area churches have announced the following sermon themes for their Sunday services:

Bloomingdale Presbyterian Church: “What Are You Committed To?”

— Covenant Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “How Have We Despised You?”

— Finley United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Faith Under Fire” (part three in a series), morning service; “Persistent and Humble Prayer,” evening service.

— First Christian Church, Disciples, Steubenville: “True Light,” Shawn Smith, speaker.

— First Church of Christ, Scientist, Steubenville: “Life.”

— First United Methodist Church, Toronto: “My Way or the Highway.”

— First Westminster Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “In God’s Hands.”

Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “….Whether in Football or Daily Life.”

— St. Mark Lutheran Church, Steubenville: “How Salty Are You?”

— St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “Final Demand Notice.”

— St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “Lord, You Have Searched for Me,” guest priest Rev. Ben Wright.

— Starkdale Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “The Mother of All Virtues.”

Tiltonsville United Methodist Church: “What Could I Possibly Give to God?”

— Two Ridges Presbyterian Church, Wintersville: “Real Security.”

— Zion United Church of Christ, Steubenville: “A New Identity.”