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Back-to-School Sunday

Antioch

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Back-to-School Sunday
Sunday October 4th at 10AM

Antioch Apostolic Church
828 Rall Road
Toledo, OH 43617
419.865.7942

Church needing a Pastor

church-logo-clip-art-358973A note from our friends at Wayne Community Church, located at: 150 Church Street in Wayne, OH:

“We are looking for the following in a pastor:

We are a small but extremely loyal, very supportive group that would love nothing more than to love, pray for and help a man of God as he would pastor our church. We believe in the Word of God to be the infallible truth, in the trinity, the virgin birth, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ and His prompt return. We would love to have a full time pastor. We have always taken care of a pastor the best that we possibly can.

Serious inquires may call: Sterling Damron, first elder, at 419-287-4439 (home phone) or Lisa Boyer, church secretary, at 419-287-4209 (home phone).”

FIRST APOSTOLIC CHURCH TO HOST CRAFT AND VENDORS FAIR

VendorTree     The First Apostolic Church of Toledo, located at 5701 W. Sylvania Ave, Toledo OH, will be hosting their annual Flea Market on September 18 from 11am-7pm and 19, 9am – 5pm.
     This year, area individuals and businesses will be able to reserve booth spaces to sell their products in the flea market setting. Items that will be represented will be: Photography, paintings, jewelry, crochet/knittings, clothing, doll clothes, candles, soaps, toys, beauty/wellness products, vehicle sales, and more.   This event will be held outdoors.
     Space rental is $35 for 1 day, $50 for both. Businesses or individuals interested in reserving a space can register online at http://factoledo.com/community/events-2/craft-fair-flea-market/
      In addition, there will be Chicken Dinners served during the lunch and dinner hours, and a bake sale will be available all day.
There is no admission fee for shoppers.
More information is available at www.factoledo.com
Questions can be directed to 
Kathleen Ausmus, kr.ausmus@gmail.com, Event Co-Chair
LeAnn Tinnel, leannxyz@hotmail.com, Event Co-Chair
Cindy Ursell, cindy.ursell83@gmail.com, Marketing Coordinator

“Feed Your Neighbor” (*Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty)

CROPLogo2010HiResChildren, youth and adults are invited to participate in this ecumenical effort to take a stand against hunger and poverty locally and beyond!
Twenty five percent of the money raised through the CROP Hunger Walk stays in Toledo and goes
to the
FEED YOUR NEIGHBOR program of Toledo Area Ministries.
Mark your calendars for:
Sunday, September 20, 2015
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Grief share Group at Compelled Church

Grief-supportIt hurts to lose someone. Find help at Grief Share starting in September at Compelled Church in Bedford.

Grief Share is thirteen week program that incorporates a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. Compelled Church wants you to know that you don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.

If you’ve lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, you’ve probably found there are not many people who understand the deep hurt you feel. Grieving can be a confusing time when you feel isolated and have many questions about things you’ve never faced before. When it may be hard for you to feel optimistic about the future we want to be here for you, and help guide the way.

GriefShare is a nationally recognized program, and one person who attends stated, “Going to Grie fShare feels like having warm arms wrapped around you when you’re shivering.”

GriefShare groups meet weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. Join us at Compelled Church in Bedford, Michigan located at 8970 Jackman Road Bedford, Michigan. For more information visit www.CompelledChurch.tv or call (734)850-0051.

MAUMEE VALLEY SAVE-A-PET RUMMAGE SALE SCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 27th – 29th

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WHO
Maumee Valley Save-A-Pet, a non-profit organization (founded in 1978) that provides shelter, spay/neuter services and veterinary care to dogs and cats throughout Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan while they await adoption in a free-roaming shelter environment with an outdoor cattery and fenced dog yard.  The group also helps pet parents and people caring for community cats with spay/neuter and veterinary care through a spay/neuter fund and a Vet-A-Pet fund.
 WHAT
Shop a huge selection of items including the contents of a children’s consignment store marked at half off the consignment prices.
 WHEN
·       Thursday, August 27 – Saturday, August 29, 2015
·       10 am – 6 pm  
PLEASE NOTE:  THE TIME PROVIDED IN THE PREVIOUS MEDIA ALERT OF 12 – 6 PM WAS INCORRECT.  THE SALE STARTS AT 10 AM, NOT NOON, AND GOES UNTIL 6 PM.  SORRY FOR THE CONFUSION!
WHERE
Lucas County Recreation Center
Junior Fair Building
1406 Key Street
Maumee OH 43537
 WHY
 The annual Rummage Sale is a critical source of operating funds for Maumee Valley Save-A-Pet and has a very “green” purpose helping to reduce, reuse and recycle. 
 

National Wear White Day–Toledo

WomenNational Wear White Day–Toledo
A Human Trafficking Awareness Event
Promenade Park, Toledo
August 22, 2015
5:00pm-7:00pm
The “National Wear White Day”, created by Next Level Gives, is to raise awareness of human sex trafficking nationwide. Join us at Promenade Park and WEAR WHITE to symbolize Renewal, A Fresh Start, Clean Slate, and New Beginnings for the survivors. Take pictures and videos of yourself, your friends, and your family wearing white! Post to social media using the hashtag #wearwhiteday and tag us on instagram @nextlevelgives . Please join us in a stand against human sex trafficking and create freedom, compassion, and power for these women. On Facebook: National Wear White Day—Toledo, Ohio.
Next Level Gives also has an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds to support the Franklin County Municipal Court C.A.T.C.H (Changing Actions To Change Habits) program, which helps women leave a life of prostitution through support, treatment, community and accountability. (https://life.indiegogo.com/fundraisers/support-human-trafficking-victims-next-level-gives)

MAUMEE VALLEY SAVE-A-PET RUMMAGE SALE SCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 27th – 29th

 
Group is collecting unwanted treasures throughout the month
cats_n_dogsWHO
Maumee Valley Save-A-Pet, a non-profit organization (founded in 1978) that provides shelter, spay/neuter services and veterinary care to dogs and cats throughout Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan while they await adoption in a free-roaming shelter environment with an outdoor cattery and fenced dog yard.  The group also helps pet parents and people caring for community cats with spay/neuter and veterinary care through a spay/neuter fund and a Vet-A-Pet fund.
WHAT
Time to clean out basements, garages, attics and closets: Maumee Valley Save-A-Pet is collecting unwanted treasures for the annual Rummage Sale that takes place the last weekend in August.  Shop a huge selection of items including the contents of a children’s consignment store marked at half off the consignment prices.

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Prayer for School And Kid’s Club Kick-Off

Kids PrayingRETURN 2015, a special prayer service for our schools, will be held on Sunday August 23rd from 3:30-5:00 p.m. at Proclaim FM Event Center. RETURN 2015 was organized by Wendy Yeager of Keep Watch Prayer (a ministry of Acts 2 Toledo) and has a fourfold purpose:
CELEBRATE God’s Work in our schools;
CAST VISION for the upcoming school year;
CALL TO PRAYER seeking God’s Face;
COMMISSION school leaders and staff
     Wendy has an amazing testimony and passion for our children and schools. She has arranged for several TPS and other area school administrators and faculty to be present.  We are encouraging anyone who has a burden for our schools and children to attend as well, especially those of you who are ministering directly in the schools through after school Kid’s Clubs. What a great opportunity to give God the glory for what He has done and pray for the upcoming school year!  You can learn more about Wendy’s ministry and register at her website www.keepwatchprayer.org  A flyer is also attached so you can help spread the word!

KID’S CLUB KICK-OFF is set for Thursday, September 17th at 7:00 p.m. also at Proclaim FM Event Center.

God is doing great things in these last days and many are feeling the urgency to reach the children NOW. John 9:4 says “I must work the works of him that sent me, while it is day: the night cometh, when no man can work.”  We don’t know how much longer we have for reaching the kids.  NOW IS THE TIME!  For more information go to www.comkidsclub.com