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Southern Ohio Synod e-bulletin for the Week of May 15, 2019

Stronger and better together: 
Joining Jesus in the restoration of the world! 

Synod News

Registration closing for Assembly on May 17! Register now!

The 2019 Southern Ohio Synod Assembly takes place on June 7-8 at the HPER Center, 250 Bill Edwards Drive, Wittenberg University, in Springfield, Ohio. Our theme for assembly is Stronger and Better Together: On the way. Our focus scripture is Luke 24:13-24. We are delighted to welcome our ELCA representative, The Rev. Elizabeth Eaton, Presiding Bishop.

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Military Prayer Book collection and signing at Assembly! Order your prayer books today!

Last year's Military Prayer Book collection was such a success and had such a huge impact on our military overseas, that we're doing it again this year!


Introducing the SOS AMMPARO Network

The group is presenting a workshop at the Southern Ohio Synod Assembly in June. They will also have a booth in Ministries, Vendors and Partners (MVP) Display section of the Assembly Hall, so if you're going to assembly, stop by and/or be a part of the workshop to learn more and have your questions answered!

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Elizabeth Eaton Presiding Bishop ELCA  

Questions in life: Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton's May 2019 column in 'Living Lutheran'

What is a life worth living?



Partners and Affiliates
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Planting Seeds of Hope

Planting seeds of hope at Oesterlen Services of Youth through the Flower Fund!


Healthy Congregations May Event - Dancing with Family Ghosts: The Power of Emotional Cutoff

Hear from The Rev. Blackburn, of the Lombard Mennonite Peace Center, on the impact of emotional cutoff on ourselves, churches, families, and communities in three insightful sessions.

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