Worship Under the Trees celebrating 13th year

| August 10, 2016

COSHOCTON – Worship Under the Trees at the court square has proven to be a joyful and ecumenical experience since 2004. With the permission of the county commissioners, five different congregations have shared worship together over the years. On Sunday, Aug. 14, at 10 a.m. The Upper Room Assembly and Worship Center, The Salvation Army and The Presbyterian Church, will join together for worship.

Music will include praise songs and hymns led by the Salvation Army. Caroline Heading will play keyboard and Luane Campbell will play flute. Chairs are set up by trustees from the justice center. The loose offering goes for the community food closet of the Salvation Army. Members of the three churches will take part in the service.

Envoys Tom and Vicky Clark from The Salvation Army will be preaching a dialogue sermon. Nursery care will be provided on a blanket in the shade. Following worship, all are invited to enjoy ice cream cones provided by the Presbyterian Fellowship Committee. The service is informal with a “come as you are” invitation.

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