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'Sermons a la Carte' to start on Feb. 13

Thursday, January 31, 2013

The 28th Annual Sermons a la Carte program begins on Feb. 13 (Ash Wednesday). This is a program which is offered by the Cherokee churches each Lenten season.

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Ministers from the different area congregations take turns delivering a message each Wednesday from 12:05 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. at Memorial Presbyterian Church, 127 E. Willow St. in Cherokee, and congregations from around the area also take turns serving a delicious lunch following the service at 12:30 p.m. The cost of the meal is $3.

This year's theme for the Sermons a la Carte is "Our Father... A Journey Through the Lord's Prayer."

This year's Ecumenical Giving will be distributed between Cherokee County Work Services, C.A.P., Food Pantry, CADA, Mid-Sioux Opportunities, and the CCMA.

Pastor Ethan Sayler of the Memorial Presbyterian Church will present "Hallowed Be Thy Name" on Feb. 13.

Pastor John Riggert of the Trinity Lutheran Church will present "Thy Kingdom and Thy Will" on Feb. 20.

Pastor Kathy Wicks of the Bethlehem Lutheran Church will present "Give Us This Day" on Feb. 27

Father Dan Guenther of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church will present "Forgive Us As We Forgive" on March 6.

Pastor Larry Ostercamp of the Meriden Evangelical Free Church will present "Lead Us Not Into Temptation" on March 13.

Pastor Carolyn Hollar of the Quimby Methodist Church will present "Deliver Us From Evil" on March 20.

Organizers gratefully acknowledge the servers which will include members from the Memorial Presbyterian Church, First Presbyterian Church of Cleghorn on Feb 13, Trinity Lutheran Church, St. Paul's United Methodist on Feb. 20, Faith in Christ Fellowship, First Baptist Church of Cherokee, Mount Olive Baptist Church, Bethlehem Lutheran Church on Feb. 27, Immaculate Conception Church on March 6, Meriden Evangelical Free Church, Oakdale Evangelical Free Church, First Church of Christ on March 13, and Quimby Methodist, Washta Methodist, and First United Methodist of Aurelia on March 20.



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