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Everyone is invited to an OUTDOOR WORSHIP SERVICE & RIB FEST at
St. Timothy's Episcopal Church
on Sunday, August 17th. The Service will begin at 11:00AM and be followed immediately by the Rib Fest. In addition to great food,
there'll be games for the kids.
Tina Miller-Levene, author and motivational speaker, will return to her hometown of Massillon and present a FAMILY FRIENDLY COMEDY SHOW at First Baptist Church on Tuesday, August 12th at 7:00PM. Everyone — young and old — are welcome. Admission is free; a love offering will be taken.
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
will hold their annual LINCOLN HIGHWAY BUY-WAY SALE on Thursday thru Saturday, August 7th to 9th
from 9:00AM to 6:00PM each day. A lunch stand will be provided. Table space is still available. For more information contact the Church.
Dave Zastawny of Thrivent Financial will host a special program "MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR MONEY" at St. John Lutheran Church on Thursday, August 7th at 6:00PM. This one-hour presentation will be of interest to everyone from college students to grandparents. Refreshments will be served. Please notify the Church if you plan to attend.
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One of the most powerful preachers at the end of the 18th Century was our city's namesake — Jean-Baptiste Massillon. Born in a small town in France, this Roman Catholic Bishop became a familiar face in the courts of France's Louis XIV and XV, preaching powerful, down-to-earth sermons without thought of who he might please or who he might offend. His unwavering zeal and lifelong passion for the poor earned him admiration from both royalty and common folks alike. Learn more about this great man and read some of his actual sermons.
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