The Coshocton County Beacon April 3, 2019 - Page 9

Correction Final Lenten Luncheon of the 50th season announced United Methodist Church, who will speak on “Sorrowful Water” [John 20:11-18]. First held at the First Baptist Church in Coshocton, growing crowds at the weekly Lenten Lunches resulted in a move to Th e Presbyterian Church in 1986 to pro- vide more seating and more parking places. Originally organized by a committee of the Coshocton County Council of Churches, a small committee has provid- ed the leadership in recent years, in cooperation with Church Women United. Twenty-two county churches are involved in this year’s Lenten Luncheon series. “Lord of the Waters” is the theme for the 50th anniver- sary series of the Coshocton County Lenten Lunches, and the six-week series will conclude with this luncheon on April 10. Contributed | Beacon COSHOCTON - Th e Presbyterian Church, North Fourth and Chestnut streets in Coshocton, will present “Love So Amazing,” a dramatic retelling of the Passion story through words and music, at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, April 7. Debbie Wallace, Jim Crawford, Grace Millspaugh, Gordon Kendall, Lula Williams, and Pastor Karen Crawford will narrate. Th e Chancel Choir will sing fi ve Lenten anthems. Charles R. Snyder will conduct the choir, and Mark D. Wagner will serve as organist and pianist. A string quartet, for the second year, will also accompany the hymns and anthems: Susan Larson and Diana Rienheld, violin; Victoria Capper, viola; and Dan Clark, cello. Snyder has selected the narration from the writings of the Rev. Dr. Peter Marshall, former pastor of the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church in Washington D.C., and Chaplain of the U.S. Senate. He is remembered from the biography, “A Man Called Peter,” written by his widow Catherine Marshall, and the 1955 fi lm adaption. Westminster Ringers, the adult handbell choir, will ring a setting of Twila Paris’ “Lamb of God,” and Geor- gia Haines will lead the “Kyrie.” Since 1980, the Lenten cantata has been a way for the Presbyterian Church to remind worshipers of the events that happened between Palm Sunday and Easter. All are invited to share in this Lenten meditation. Pre- school childcare will be provided, and ample parking is available. Specializing in Custom Design, Etching and Carving of Fine Memorials Granite • Marble • Bronze • Mausoleums Cemetery Lettering & Cleaning 1132 Cemetery Drive • Coshocton • 740.622.5833 www.milliganmemorialsllc.com • e-mail: millimem@clover.net In Memor y of Karen Blakley Karr 04.02.70 - 08.23.18 We all miss the Karen whom we loved so much in life. Your unique ways and beauty. You never left a word unspoken or a hair out of place. You were truly unforgettable but you left us too soon. Contributed | Beacon Sadly missed and deeply loved by family and friends 0040_040319 FOR Y OUR C OMMUNITY Let our Experienced Staff Care for Your Loved One in a Safe Setting! O UR C OMMUNITY C ARING FOUR-STAR QUALITY MEASURES BY THE CENTERS FOR MEDICARE & MEDICAID SERVICES Proud to serve the people of Coshocton and surrounding communities since 1896! Contributed | Beacon Presbyterians retell the Passion story The Presbyterian Church, North Fourth and Chestnut streets in Coshocton, will present “Love So Amazing,” a dramatic retelling of the Passion story through words and music, at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, April 7. Contributed | Beacon COSHOCTON - Th e fi nal Coshocton County Lenten Lunch of the season will be on Wednesday, April 10 from 11:45 a.m. – 12:50 p.m., in the fellowship hall of Th e Presby- terian Church, 142 North Fourth Street, Coshocton. Th e soups, pies, and workers will be provided by Th e Presbyterian Church, Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church, and the Warsaw United Methodist Church. Church Women United will prepare crackers, vegeta- bles, cheese, and beverages. Th e suggested donation is $5; any proceeds after expenses will go to Church Wom- en United for their “clothe a child” project. Following the meal, a hymn will be sung, accompa- nied by pianist Janet Hardesty, and Cindy Stockdale will provide special music. Th e Reverend Dale Sutton, pastor of Roscoe United Methodist Church will introduce the speaker, the Reverend Dairel Kaiser, pastor of the Keene Th e following is a correction to the letter to the editor that appeared on page 4 of the March 27 Beacon. Th e seventh sentence in the article should have read: “Th e Polio epidemic was very much eliminated by the fi nd- ings of Dr. Jonas Salk.” 740.545.6355 Long Term Care Suites Available 620 E. Main Street • West Lafayette, OH 43845 MEDICAID AND PRIVATE PAY ACCEPTED APRIL 3, 2019 www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com THE BEACON 9