'Pancake plus breakfast' served today
NEW WATERFORD The public is invited to the "pancake plus breakfast" to be served from 8 to 11 a.m. today at New Waterford United Methodist Church, 46925 S. State St. Donations will be accepted. For more information call 330-457-7436.
Drive-by ham dinner planned Feb. 11
COLUMBIANA - A drive-by ham dinner will be served from 4 to 6 p.m. Feb. 11 at Columbiana First United Methodist Church, 210 S. Main St. Cost is $7.
Food Fellowship Sunday scheduled
FRANKLIN SQUARE - Franklin Square United Methodist Church will host Food Fellowship Sunday beginning at 12:15 p.m. Sunday.
The church service begins at 11 a.m., led by Steven Kenneally. Everyone is welcome. The church is located at 37615 Olde state Route 558.
Interact, Spanish clubs serving Banquet
SALEM - The Banquet in Salem will be served from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday at the Memorial Building, 785 E. State St. Students from the Interact Club and Spanish Club at Salem High School will sponsor the meal.
The menu offers baked chicken breast, roasted red-skin potatoes, green beans almondine, hot cinnamon applesauce, cole slaw, fresh fruit, sandwiches and fruit cobbler. Additional sponsors are needed. For more information call Patty Colian at 330-831-2169.
Fellowship mens conference is March 8
LOUISVILLE - Catholic Mens Fellowship of the Diocese of Youngstown will hold its third annual mens conference on March 8 at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Louisville.
Guest speakers will be EWTN personality Marcus Grodi, a former Presbyterian minister who is founder of the Coming Home Network, and James Hogan, a theology teacher at St. Ignatius High School in Cleveland. Bishop George V. Murry SJ will be principal celebrant of the closing Mass.
Tickets are $35 per adult and $15 for students before March 1. After March 1, tickets are $45 and $20 and lunch is not guaranteed. To register online visit CMFDOY.org.
Bishop Murry makes appointments
YOUNGSTOWN - Bishop George V. Murry, S.J, Bishop of Youngstown, has appointed the Rev. Stephen Zeigler pastor of St. Ambrose Parish in Garrettsville and St. Michael Parish in Windham; and the Rev. Jeffrey Stealey associate pastor of St. Paul Parish in North Canton. Both appointments are effective March 1.
Father Zeigler completed seminary studies at Mount St. Mary Seminary in Cincinnati. Following ordination on June 25, 2011, he was appointed associate pastor at St. Paul Parish in North Canton.
Father Stealey was ordained June 25, 2011, after completing seminary studies at Sacred Heart School of Theology in Hales Corners, Wisc. He was then appointed associate pastor at St. James Parish and Sts. Cyril and Methodius Parish in Warren, now merged as St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish.
World Day of Prayer service is March 7
CANFIELD - This year's World Day of Prayer ecumenical service begins at 11 a.m. March 7 at Canfield Christian Church, 123 S. Broad St. The annual offering supports the work of World Day of Prayer USA and helps meet the needs of families in Egypt and around the world who are victims of many forms of poverty, violence, and injustice.
World Day of Prayer USA promotes justice and equality for women through prayer, partnerships, service, and celebration. For more information contact the church at 330-533-2246, firstname.lastname@example.org or World Day of Prayer USA at wdp-usa.org.
Colonial City Quartet will perform Feb. 23
DAMASCUS - The Damascus United Methodist Church at 300 Valley Road will present The Colonial City Quartet in concert at 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23.
The public is invited for an evening of inspiration and renewal through music and song. This group combines the four-part harmony of traditional southern gospel with a progressive sound that appeals to today's audiences. They will sing a variety of songs from old hymns, to popular Christian songs, and even a few patriotic songs for the holidays.
Colonial City Quartet was founded in 1985 in Mount Vernon which is known as Ohio's Colonial City. Tim Campbell of Mansfield is the only original member and is the baritone singer. David Campbell, Tim's son, resides in Lucas, and has grown up with Colonial City. He has a dynamic tenor voice and is a gifted pianist. Kim Brown of Bellville delights the crowd with his rich, low bass tones as well as his winning smile. With a powerful lead voice, Aaron Moger of Ashland, who has had vocal experience at college and church, is the newest member of the group and can truly deliver the message of the song.
Throughout the years, the Colonial City Quartet has performed concerts in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and Pennsylvania, They have performed with Karen Peck, The Kingsmen, Tim Lovelace, and The Dave Brothers Band. There is no admission charge, but a free will offering will support the group's mission. A time of fellowship and refreshments follow the concert.