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Lenten Luncheons begin

| March 5, 2014

COSHOCTON – Jeremy Roseberry was honored and excited to be the speaker at this year’s first Community Lenten Luncheon.

“This is a great event,” he said. “It really gets you into the spirit of Lent and dedicated to being closer to God.”

Roseberry is a pastor at Park and Canal Lewisville United Methodist churches. He spoke at the March 5, Lenten Lunch on the topic, “Jesus and the Demon Possessed Man.” The scripture lesson for the first lunch of the season came from Mark 5: 1-20 and the hymn, “He Touched Me,” was sung by those in attendance. Matt Miller also served as the presenter.

The luncheons start at 11:45 a.m. and are on Wednesdays now through April 9 at the Presbyterian Church, at 142 N. Fourth St.

The topic of the March 12 luncheon will be, “Jesus and the Hemorrhaging Woman,” and the scripture reading will be from Mark 5: 21-43. Speaker will be Pastor Dail Parish from Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church and presenter will be Dan Moody.

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