Missions

Welcome Lee Family

Join in giving a warm welcome this morning, February 8, 2015, to the Lee family.

Lee FamilyDavid and Felicia Lee love the Lord and love children. Since 2009 they have served in Romania among abused and abandoned children. Felicia is Romanian, born and raised. David learned the language and culture to make Romania his home as well. Their ministry includes: "On Track," a Bible lesson and tutoring program, and helping Romanian Christians foster and adopt Romanian children.

The Lees are in the U.S. to gain additional support that they might expand their ministry. They are currently living in Wakeman and are attending the Camden Baptist Church in Wellington. Upon raising their needed support, they will return to Romania and continue their work among troubled youth.
 
Welcome, Lee family!

NOTE: If you would like to contribute to David’s ministry, please make your check payable to Camden Baptist Church, memo: Lee Ministry or place your cash donation in an offering envelope marked: Lee Ministry. http://leekids.org/

Reading Glass Collection

Over the next few months we will be collecting non-prescription magnifying reading glasses to send to Haiti through VIMM. If you would like to help with this drive, place your new or gently used non-prescription readers in the collection box on the Mission Table downstairs in the main hallway.

New Way to Give to Missions

If you shop Amazon online, you can have a portion of your purchase go toward supporting our missionaries, Merv & Val Lambright at Christar International Inc., at no cost to you. To learn how to request that Amazon donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchase, visit smile.amazon.com or call the church office.

Teen Challenge of the Firelands

Teen Challenge of the Firelands recently received a generous matching grant challenge from the Geotrac Foundation. They will match every dollar donated by Huron County individuals, businesses, churches, or foundations up to $10,000 if the funds are received by September 30, 2015. The funds are being given in support of our Giving Hope 2015 campaign and will be used to help TCOTF be able to serve more indigent and under-resourced women who want to overcome their addiction problem. We appreciate the investment and help of those who have already given towards this goal. TOGETHER, we can make a real difference in the lives of women and their families.

Contributions can be sent to:
Teen Challenge of the Firelands, P.O. Box 25, Willard, Ohio 44890

The 2nd Annual Supplies Drive for Teen Challenge of the Firelands Women’s Center is under way.

Week One August 9th – OFF TO THE OFFICE
Week Two August 16th – PAPER PARADE
Week Three August 23rd – CLEANING DAY
Week Four August 30th – YES WE CAN & BOX IT UP

More information about the drive is available at the Information Center downstairs.

Help for the Homeless

‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’ (Acts 20:35)

Jefferson Street Mission in Louisville, KY is asking for donation of coats, suitcases, backpacks, duffle bags, socks, toothbrushes, toothpaste and soap. There will be a donation area in the foyer through March 22nd. If you would like to make a monetary donation to the mission, please mark your envelope Jefferson Street Mission.

Videos:
Jefferson Street Baptist Center Facility Tour
JSBC - Community. Transformation. Christ.
Mercy Speaks: Jody's Story

Jefferson Street Baptist Center Facility Tour from Mike Arvin on Vimeo.

Jefferson Street Mission

Thank you to all who contributed to the Jefferson Street Mission in Louisville, KY. The items donated were very much appreciated!

Drop Box Movie

As we continue to consider the sanctity of human life the Mission Committee would like to recommend a movie to you – THE DROP BOX.

Description: The Drop Box tells the story of South Korean pastor Lee Jong-rak and his heroic efforts to embrace and protect the most vulnerable members of society. It is a heart-wrenching exploration of the physical, emotional, and financial toll associated with providing refuge to orphans that would otherwise be abandoned on the streets. But The Drop Box movie is also a story of hope—a reminder that every human life is sacred and worthy of love. (South Korea is not the only country grappling with the issue of orphan care. Around the world, there are more than 150 million orphans waiting for forever families to call their own.)

The movie is available through services like Netflix, Amazon, or Redbox, and there is a children’s version by the same name from Focus on the Family ‘Adventures in Odyssey.’ There is now a copy of the movie available at the church office.

Address & Phone

The Ripley Church
4130 Edwards Road
Greenwich, OH 44837

(419) 752 - 2914

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Services

Sunday Worship
10:00 am

Sunday School
8:45 am

Purpose Statement

Loving God and Families by:
Exalting Christ,
Encouraging the Church,
Equipping Christians, and
Evangelizing the Community.

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