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Future News:

4/9-Easter Breakfast in the Fellowship Hall for all ages and Egg Hunt for our little ones. 

  • Sign-up here to bring a breakfast dish
  • looking for candy donations-look for the bin in the narthex

to reserve space for group meetings call the office at 740-593-3144 or email*

Check out our CLC Monthly Calendar to see future dates and times

What's Happening at CLC this week:  

Lifelong Formation is collecting candy during the month of March for an Easter Event. Look for the bin in the narthex!

Monday, March 27th- Office Closed (closed on Mondays) 

6p AA - Fellowship Hall

Tuesday, March 28th- Office Open 9a-1p

6p Overeaters Anonymous-ZOOM

5:30p Earth Justice-Launch Zoom

Wednesday, March 29th- Office Open 9a-1p

5:30p The Bridge-Fellowship Hall

7p Lenten Service-Sanctuary or via livestream

Thursday, March 30th-Office Open 9a-1p

7p Lifelong Formation-Launch Zoom

Friday, March 31st Office Open 9a-1p

Saturday, April 1st-Office closed

10a Overeaters Anonymous - Fellowship Hall

Sunday, April 2nd Palm Sunday

10a Worship -Sanctuary 

10:15a Children's Church-downstairs following the Children's Moment with Lucy Crawford. The children will return upstairs prior to Communion. 

      • want to be part of this ministry and serve our children? contact Lucy at

5:30p Youth Group in the Fellowship Hall

Social Ministry

Members of our congregation have been involved with and supportive of the restoration of the Mount Zion Baptist Church, and at this critical time, they are asking for community support to rescue and restore a vital part of the building. Here is an excerpt from their appeal: “As you may have heard, Mount Zion's century-old windows are falling out - literally! The condition of the window frames puts them at peril and they must be removed before more damage is done. The windows are incredibly valuable, both because of the history of the church, and the fact that they can never be replaced, especially the hand painted panels created in Japan.” Here is the link to their GoFundMe site to make a donation: