GREENVILLE — The Greater Greenville Ministerial Association will once again this year be heading up the “Spiritual Life Center” at the Ohio Center (the former WDRK building).
Typically, the building will be open from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. Oftentimes in the morning, free coffee will be available along with cold water throughout the day. On some days, the hosting church may be having a Vespers Service, music or some other special activities.
Prayer requests can always be shared at any time, especially as this year’s theme is, “Pray For Our Nation.”
“Anyone is welcome to come in and sit down and eat or just relax,” said organizers.
The Pregnancy Help Center will have a display in the building with a number of volunteers taking part throughout the fair. There will also be information on the Wayne Healthcare Chaplaincy program, the Grace Resurrection Community Center, Darke County Youth for Christ and Community Unity.
There are a number of denominations and individual churches that will be taking part in hosting the building. The following is the schedule:
Friday, Aug. 19 — The East Main Church of Christ in Greenville
Saturday, Aug. 20 — United Methodist Churches including First United Methodist Church in Greenville, Gordon United Methodist Church, Grace United Methodist Church in Ithaca, Faith United Methodist Church in Arcanum and the New Madison United Methodist Church
Sunday, Aug. 21 — the First Church of God of Ansonia will be holding a Community Church Service at the gazebo at 10 a.m. and the Emmaus New Testament Church will be at the Spiritual Life Center
Monday, Aug. 22 — Catholic Churches with St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Greenville and St. Denis Catholic Church in Versailles
Tuesday, Aug. 23 — First Presbyterian Church
Wednesday, Aug. 24 — Churches of the Brethren including Oakland Church of the Brethren, Greenville Church of the Brethren and Beech Grove Church of the Brethren
Thursday, Aug. 25 — the Lutheran Churches on including St. Paul’s Lutheran and St. John’s Lutheran in Greenville, St. Matthew’s Evangelical Lutheran in Ithaca, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in North Star, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Willowdell, Trinity Lutheran Church in Versailles and Trinity Lutheran Church in Pitsburg
Friday, Aug. 25 — The St. Paul United Church of Christ in Greenville.