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The Women’s Ministries Department at the Shiloh Cincinnati church recently hosted a crafting event. The women enjoyed conversation, music, a raffle giveaway and a light meal before making crafts to support two local community projects.
Educators have embraced the new frontier of hybrid instruction and have adapted their classrooms in a way that would never have been conceived prior to the pandemic shutdown.
When the pandemic hit, Barry Brooks, Sabbath School superintendent of Allegheny West Conference's Southeast church in Cleveland, and his team created a vibrant online Sabbath School.
When Stephen Lewis became the pastor of Allegheny West Conference's Blessed Hope church in Cincinnati, he soon learned that he was not the only minister in his congregation.
The Allegheny West Conference (AWC) Prayer Ministries Department recently hosted their fourth annual all-day prayer-a-thon. Church members, conference administrators, teachers and pastors representing every church across the conference came together virtually to pray for the conference and its members and to thank God for His blessings.
Last summer, the Women’s Ministries Department at Allegheny West Conference's Smyrna church in Lynchburg, Va., collaborated with neighboring churches to start the Alabaster Box Book and Bible Study Group.
La conferencia de Ohio y la del Oeste de Allegheny crearon un desafío de lectura de la Biblia de 31 días que se puede usar en cualquier momento del año.
While at their previous location, the Grace Community church in Cleveland desired to expand their ministry reach by looking for more impactful ways to serve their community.
God sees all our needs and supplies them. My Strength restores my soul and energy. My Song puts a tune in my heart to rejoice in Him during stormy situations.
The Shiloh Cincinnati church continues to “Impact the City” of Cincinnati with the gospel of Jesus Christ. As back-to-school season approached, many churches geared up to do their annual school supply drive. This year, Bryant Smith, pastor of Shiloh, and his members in the Avondale neighborhood wanted to approach things differently.