419.629.3688 | 06670 New Knoxville Avenue, New Bremen, OH 45869 | trent@faith-alliance.org

2017 Church Fall Festival

2017 Church Fall Festival

Join us for the Fall Festival on Saturday, October 28 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. this year.

Bring everyone for great food including hog roast (pulled pork sandwiches), kettle corn, nachos and more. Enjoy the bouncy house, hayrides, and face painting.

There will also be a corn hole tournament and the Ohio State vs. Penn State college football game. Get ready for some special tailgating as well with treats given away as part of the  ‘trunk-or- treat’ displays set-up in various vehicles in the parking lot.

 

Faith Alliance Church App

Faith Alliance Church App

The Faith Alliance Church app is available on smartphones, tablets and iPads.

Download Links

Download for Android devices at Google Play and for iOS (Apple) devices at the App Store. Just look for the logo below:

You can listen to sermons & podcasts on-the-go, stay updated with events and weekly information. Users also have opportunities to give, add a prayer request and read articles. In addition, you can access the Christian & Missionary Alliance’s (C&MA) website, our InstagramTwitter and Facebook. If you have questions please contact Kristin Lampert at kristin@faith-alliance.org, or call the church office. App developed by Apollo Apps LLC.

Meal Train Opportunities

Meal Train Opportunities

Gift giving ministry: Meal Train – A way to bless our faith family.

Current listing:

Ryan and Stephanie Kennedy – https://www.mealtrain.com/trains/ylro3k

Ben Springer and Natalee Bump – https://www.mealtrain.com/trains/r39237

What is Meal Train?
A meal train is the process of organizing meal giving on-line by matching the special meal needs and requests of the recipient with the availability and abilities of meal givers.

Meal trains are commonly organized after significant life events, including birth, adoption, surgery, illness, death, divorce, new job, or moving to a new community. During significant life events, schedules and routines are often disrupted and the cooking of a healthy meal may become very difficult. The organization of a meal train helps ensure that during these challenging times, a nourishing meal is provided.

Ways to participate in a meal train?
1. Call Julie Ferguson, our Meal Train coordinator (419-977-2129) or Kristin Sprague, our Care Coordinator (419-629-3688) and ask to be added to our phone, email or Facebook alerts when a meal gift is needed.
2. Connect to our website: faith-alliance.org. Active Meal Trains are listed on our home page.

If you would like to receive a meal train…
Please Call Julie Ferguson or Kristin Sprague and we will connect you to the train!

Thank you for your consideration and support of this important ministry!

Bible Studies

Bible Studies

Please pray for the following Bible study/groups; show your support and prayerfully consider participating.

Schedules

A five-session study for young ladies will begin Monday, August 28 at 7:30 p.m. The material will be author and Bible teacher Jen Bollock Michel’s 2015 Christianity Today Book of the Year Teach Us to Want: Longing, Ambition and the Life of Faith, which takes women on a brave journey through their many desires, longings, and ambitions.” Any young adult lady wishing to attend please contact Kristin Lampert at 419-305-5253 or
kristin@faith-alliance.org.

The women’s Bible study, The Armor of God will meet on the second and fourth Monday nights (June 12 & 26; July 10 & 24; August 14 & 28 and Sept. 11) in the Foundation classroom. This class uses the student book, written by by Priscilla Shirer. Please contact Rhonda Hager at 567-644-9953 for more information.

A 12-week Monday night women’s Bible study will begin at 7:15 p.m. in Room 2 of the Education Building. The source material is Francis Chan’s video series on the book of James. If you are interested in participating in this Monday evening study, then please contact Shelly Finke.

Great Commission Women meetings meet on the second Tuesday night of every month (March to December) at 6:30 p.m. in the church fellowship hall. Their purpose is to pray for the needs, health, support, and guidance for our missionaries. Please bring along your missionary prayer letters, or we will provide you with one. Contact Dru Meyer at 419-629-3495 or midrum@nktelco.net.

The Moms for R.E.A.L. group meets on the second and fourth Friday every month at 9 to 11 a.m. Contact Maggie Hibner at magghibner@gmail.com.

Prayer group meetings at the church at 6 p.m. to pray for the Revive team of Auglaize County (visit Facebook and www.reviveoh.com for updates and/or more information).

A women’s six-week Thursday morning Bible study will begin September 7. Join Lysa TerKeurst on the streets of Israel to explore the seven “I AM” statements of Jesus found in the Gospel of John. Please contact Luan Louis by August 21st at r book, at 419-230-4713 or luan@nktelco.net if interested so she can order your materials.

Special Events

The event Living Proof Live, by Beth Moore, is a one day event on Saturday, September 16. Please contact Luan
Louis if you are interested in attending, at 419-230-4713. Register for the event at lifeway.com/livingproof. All women are welcome to attend.