Church sermon topics

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

— Bell Chapel United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Making Mountains Out of Molehills.”

— Bloomingdale Presbyterian Church: Guest speaker Roger Criss.

— Covenant Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “The Gift of Hope.”

— Finley United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Details Concerning the Second Advent,” morning services; “The Lord Will Work for Me!” evening service.

— First Church of Christ, Scientist, Steubenville: “Ancient and Modern Necromancy, Alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism, Denounced.”

— First United Methodist Church, Toronto: “Our Hope Is True and Real,” morning service; evening service, concert for Toys for Toronto, 7 p.m., Power Surge.

— First Westminster Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Keep Awake.”

— Harmony United Methodist Church, Mingo Junction: “You Also Must Be Ready.”

Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Wired Word – Communion via the Internet.”

— Rush Run Community Chapel, Rayland: “Giving Thanks in All Things.”

— St. Mark Lutheran Church, Steubenville: “A New Season of Joy.”

— St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “Don’t Touch the Snooze Button.”

— St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “The House of the Lord,” the Rev. Walter Szymanski, guest priest.

— Starkdale Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “What Are We Waiting For?”

Tiltonsville United Methodist Church: “The Way of Peace.”

— Wintersville Church of Christ: “The Light of Hope.”

— Wintersville United Methodist Church: “Finding Hope: The Story of Samuel, Saul and the One True King.”

Church sermon topics

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

— Bell Chapel United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “The Cornucopia of Giving Thanks.”

Bloomingdale Presbyterian Church: “What Will You Remember?”

— Covenant Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “A National Thanksgiving Psalm.”

— Finley United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Future Kingdoms and Evil Rulers,” morning services; Thanksgiving service, evening service.

— First Christian Church, Disciples, Steubenville: “Things of First Importance,” Pastor Allan Brown, guest pastor.

— First Church of Christ, Scientist, Steubenville: “Soul and Body.”

— First United Methodist Church, Toronto: “Living a Life of Thanksgiving by Truly Getting to Know Him.”

— First Westminster Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “The Perfect Gift.”

— Harmony United Methodist Church, Mingo Junction: “Excuses, Excuses.”

— Rush Run Community Chapel, Rayland: Thanksgiving service.

— St. Mark Lutheran Church, Steubenville: “Today. You Will Be With Me in Paradise.”

— St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “Our Kind of King.”

— St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “In Peace, Our Savior Will Reign.”

Tiltonsville United Methodist Church: “There Is More to Come!”

— Two Ridges Presbyterian Church, Wintersville: “Sometime After the Pumpkin Pie,” guest pastor the Rev. Ed Rudiger.

— Wintersville United Methodist Church: “Transformational Faith.”

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

Church sermon topics

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

Bloomingdale Presbyterian Church: “Would You Risk It?”

— Covenant Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Five Affirmations.”

— Finley United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Daniel’s 21-Day Fast” (Part 10 in a series), morning services; “God’s Word Grows Us,” evening service.

— First Christian Church, Disciples, Steubenville: “John the Baptist,” Shawn Smith, guest speaker.

— First Church of Christ, Scientist, Steubenville: “Mortals and Immortals.”

— First United Methodist Church, Toronto: “Living a Life of Thanksgiving by Coming into His Presence.”

— First Westminster Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Take My Hand.”

— Harmony United Methodist Church, Mingo Junction: “Mirror, Mirror on the Wall.”

Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Living When the World’s On Fire.”

Second Baptist Church, Steubenville: “How Far to There?”

— St. Mark Lutheran Church, Steubenville: “Coming of the Age.”

— St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “We Are Called to Prayerful Watchfulness.”

— St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “Sing the Praises of the Lord,” the Rev. Allen James, guest priest.

Tiltonsville United Methodist Church: “A Flourishing Faith.”

— Two Ridges Presbyterian Church, Wintersville: “Investing Wisely.”

Wintersville Church of Christ, Wintersville: “A Servant’s Heart.”

— Wintersville United Methodist Church: “A Few Good Men … and Women.”

— Zion United Church of Christ, Steubenville: “A World Filled with Love.”

Church sermon topics

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

— Bell Chapel United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Speechless.”

Bloomingdale Presbyterian Church: “What Is Heaven Like?”

Covenant Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “According to the Will of God.”

Finley United Methodist Church, Steubenville: Pastor Brock Barnhouse, revival services for morning services; Pastor George Holly, evening revival service.

First Christian Church, Disciples, Steubenville: “Fight the Good Fight,” the Rev. Allan Brown, guest minister.

First Church of Christ, Scientist, Steubenville: “Adam and Fallen Man.”

First United Methodist Church, Toronto: “Living a Life of Thanksgiving by Serving with Gladness.”

— First Westminster Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “A Lasting Impression.”

Harmony United Methodist Church, Mingo Junction: “The Great Omission.”

— Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Marriage – A Taste of God’s World to Come.”

Rush Run Community Chapel, Rayland: Gary King, guest speaker.

Second Baptist Church, Steubenville: “Before, During and After Affliction.”

St. Mark Lutheran Church, Steubenville: “Button, Button, Who’s Got the Button?”

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “A Resurrection in November?”

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “The Lord Will Judge the World,” the Rev. Ben Wright, guest priest.

Starkdale Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Life After Life.”

Tiltonsville United Methodist Church: “The Faith of a Soldier.”

Two Ridges Presbyterian Church, Wintersville: “Think Small.”

Wintersville United Methodist Church: “The Battle Belongs to the Lord.”

Church sermon topics

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

— Bell Chapel United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Overheard Conversations or Obvious Conversions.”

Bloomingdale Presbyterian Church: “What Would You Do?”

— Covenant Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Our Helper in Prayer.”

— Finley United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Seventy-Weeks Prophecy,” morning services; “Seeking God,” evening service.

— First Christian Church, Disciples, Steubenville: “Apostle’s Creed = An Introduction,” guest speaker Shawn Smith

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

— First United Methodist Church, Toronto: “Living a Life of Thanksgiving.”

— First Westminster Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “What If Jesus Meant What He Said?” guest preacher, the Rev. Ashley Steele, executive director, Urban Mission Ministries.

Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Wired Word – Deaf Composer Regains Hearing.”

— Rush Run Community Chapel, Rayland: “How to Develop a Stronger Personal Relationship with the Lord, Part 17.”

Second Baptist Church, Steubenville: “A Job’s Moment.”

— St. Mark Lutheran Church, Steubenville: “A Tree Is Known by its Fruit.”

— St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “We Have It All.”

— St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Steubenville: “Your Commandments are My Delight, O Lord,” the Rev. Walter Szymanski, guest priest.

— Starkdale Presbyterian Church, Steubenville: “Utterly Dependent on God’s Mercy.”

Tiltonsville United Methodist Church: “Are You Living in Victory.”

— Two Ridges Presbyterian Church, Wintersville: “The Heartbeat of the Church.”

Wintersville Church of Christ, Wintersville: “Feel Like Throwing in the Towel?”

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