This series focuses on the gospel of Mark. In Mark’s gospel, we see a very active Jesus as he travels with his disciples teaching, healing, and performing miracles. As we center our minds and hearts on these stories about Jesus, we hope to uncover a deeper understanding of who He is. Not only do we hope to learn more about the Savior of the world, but throughout his gospel, Mark paints us a unique portrait of what it means to be a disciple of Jesus. Mark etches out the disciples lives in a very human way that we can relate to intimately. We are expecting to learn a lot together through this sermon series as we grow together as disciples. If you’ve missed some of the sermons in this series, you can catch up on our Sermon Page and use the search filter to listen to all the previous sermons in this series.
First Friends Church will be instrumental again this year in organizing the National Day of Prayer for the Salem Community. This year, it will be held on Thursday, May 1st at 12:00 noon, and will again be held on the village green (the corner of Lincoln and State St.). We hope that you will join us as we pray for the families, education, churches, media, businesses, military, and government of our community, country, and world. Also, from 7am-11:30am & 1pm-7pm on Thursday, May 1st, First Friends Church will be open for 12 hours of continuous prayer. If you would like to sign up for a prayer time-slot, call the church office at 330-332-0001.
This Thursday , March 17, come and enjoy a delicious meal including: glazed ham loaf, cheesy potatoes, seasoned green beans, roll, and homemade cake!
4:00 – 6:00 pm (or while they last!)
Drive up to the kitchen and we will meet you at the door!
The cost per meal is $8.oo.
Call the Church Office for more details!