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St. Mary Catholic Church

We are the St. Mary Parish family of Marion, Ohio, a worshipping community of diverse, faith-filled people. Inspired by the Holy Spirit and building on our tradition, we will strive to grow closer to God and one another by living and spreading the Gospel. To achieve this, we dedicate ourselves… to joining together in inspiring liturgical celebrations to responding to others’ needs to working for justice and peace to teaching and preaching Jesus’ message of love and forgiveness to recognizing and encouraging each others’ gifts, and to being open and welcoming to all God’s people within our reach.     251 North Main Street Marion, Ohio 43302...

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.   317 W. Church St. P.O. Box 383 MARION, OH Contact: Majors Paul & Kathleen Knickerbocker Tel:...

Salem Evangelical Church

If you’re checking out Salem Evangelical Church for the first time, you can expect the same thing that many now look forward to every week… A place to continually grow in the abundant life that we’ve been created to have through a relationship with Jesus Christ. That’s really what we’re all about. Here at Salem Evangelical on the weekend we enjoy praise and worship music as well as solid teaching from the Word of God. During the week there are many opportunities for everyone to get connected into the life of the Church as we seek to continually grow in our relationship with Jesus and take the good news to the ends of the earth. So, we invite you to come and take it all in for yourself. Join us this next Sunday at 9:15 or 11 AM or stop by sometime during the week and visit us. Don’t forget to join us Wednesday nights at 6:45 PM for one of the many elective classes that will stretch you and grow your spiritual walk with the Lord. Get to know the church family better by joining us for dinner beforehand at 5:30 in our Activity Center. Sunday: 9:15 am – 1st Service & Sunday School classes 11:00 am – 2nd Service & Sunday School classes 6:00 pm – Prayer Service Wednesday: 5:45–6:30 pm – Family Dinner in the Activity Center 6:45 pm – Elective...

Marion Christian Center

At Marion Christian Center, our hope is that you know God and His amazing love for you. He demonstrated this great love for us through His Son Jesus, who gave His life for us that we may have a relationship with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We welcome you to come experience God’s great love through vibrant worship, meaningful healthy relationships with others, life changing small groups and classes, experiencing His power and gifts, and the opportunity to impact the community in which we live. Welcome Home. Pastors Perry and Lois Payne       Tue Jul 02 @ 6:30PM – 08:00PM Women’s Bible Study Wed Jul 03 @ 7:04PM – 704 Group Sun Jul 07 @ 5:30PM – 08:00PM CORE Youth Group Tue Jul 09 @ 6:30PM – Prophetic Team Members Meeting Wed Jul 10 @ 7:00PM –...

Heritage Bible Church

The Heritage Bible Church offers a wide range of programs and classes for churchgoers of all ages. Check out our exciting Children’s Church for kids! The Mission of Heritage Bible Church is to change our community by impacting lives through the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We believe that Jesus Christ, as incarnate Deity, died to atone for the sins of the world, and it is through belief in and submission to the Divine Law of God that mankind may inherit eternal life as the inheritance of salvation. We look forward to your presence in our services. Join us for the “Call to Worship” every Sunday Morning at 10:15 or see our service schedule for our regularly scheduled services.   Sunday School: Sunday Morning at 9:15 Call to Worship: Sunday Morning at 10:15 Evening Worship: Sunday Evening at 6:00 Children’s Church: Sunday Evening at 6:00 Mid-week Prayer & Praise: Wednesday Evening at...

Green Camp Baptist Church

We are a Congregation that believes in the infallable Word of God, and that Jesus is God in the flesh, and He has sent the Holy Spirit to live in the world. We believe that the Bible is our source of guidance and our instructions for right living. We believe that Baptism is done by immersion as instructed in the Scriptures. We belive that Jesus was crucified, dead, and buried, but arose on the third day just as the Prophets had instructed, thus defeating death and assuring everlasting life to those who believe in Him. Glory be to the Father, to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit. Amen!   228 Main St. Green Camp, Ohio 43322 740-528-2690 Church 740-802-2283...

The Gathering Place Christian Fellowship

See us on FACEBOOK Address: 1300 Mt Vernon Ave, Marion, OH 43302 Phone:(740) 389-1749...

Fite Memorial Baptist Church

Our church family would like to welcome you to join us for worship and fellowship each Sunday and Wednesday. We would love to serve you and enjoy God’s blessings and joy along with you.         Sunday Service Times: Sunday School – 9:15 am Coffee & Fellowship – 10:15 am Worship Service – 10:30 am AWANA – 5:15 pm (during the school year) Youth Group – 6 pm Evening Service – 6 pm   Wednesday Service Times: Bible Study & Prayer – 6:30 pm  ...

Dayspring Wesleyan

We are working to become a congregation built around VERBS.  That does not just mean “busy”, but about doing the things that honor God and lift up the amazing Jesus, Son of God and our Savior. We are not fundamentalist in style, although we believe in the biblical basics and fundamental teachings.  We try to avoid judgmental attitudes and prefer love and grace as the best context for truth.  We woudl rather build bridges to others rather than walls between us. We are made up of a wide variety of church backgrounds, including returnees to the church and those with  a history of no church.  Our connections are Wesleyan, which is of the Methodist heritage.  Our worship services consider elements of tradition, and yet press ahead to stay contemporary and relevant. The four verbs that drive our sense of mission are: REACH, GROW, WORSHIP AND SERVE.  All of this is in the context of connecting people to God, through Christ, and connecting people to one another and our world.  We would welcome you checking us out and ask any questions you have.  And your involvement would help us continue to become who we are meant to be!   2431 Marion-Mt. Gilead Rd. Marion, Ohio 43302...

Cornerstone Alliance Church

TEN THINGS YOU MIGHT WANT TO KNOW ABOUT CAC   We invite people to come as they are…we will share the truth in love, but we will trust the Spirit of God to do the changing in people’s lives…and we will offer hope not condemnation… We long to be a motley crew…people from all ethnicities, backgrounds etc. who are united under the same DNA— Divine Truth (Presence), Nurturing Relationships, Apostolic Mission, and committed to the same PAGES of ministry (Prayer, Accountability, Giving, Extending, Service) Our goal is to be Christ centered and community focused…five touch points (schools, hospital/nursing centers, media and the arts, civic/government, crisis support)… Biblical balance is important to us…we want to keep the most important things most important and secondary things secondary; we want be a Great Commandment and Great Commission church We strive for excellence…but we are not up tight about perfection…we want to offer our best in the power of the Holy Spirit consistent with our gifts and passions…but we also want to be very authentic about our hurts, struggles etc., we long to be a body that does not gossip… Missions is our middle name… we measure success more by our sending capacity than our seating capacity… we want to speak in the heart language of our target audiences (words, music, and more)… Transformation is our bottom line…changed lives is what it’s all about…that means application is a must in what we share…our goal isn’t to know a lot about God, but to know God! Serving out there is as important as serving in here…our most important ministries may well be in our spheres of influence versus the four walls of the church… We would rather light a candle than curse the darkness… rather than resemble or react to issues we want to redeem them by building bridges to the hope available in Christ We know that you can’t live the Christian life in your own strength…we long for everyone to increasingly live their lives in the power of the Holy Spirit! 2010 Marion-Marysville Rd. Marion OH 43302 Website: www.marioncma.org Phone: 740-387-3565  ...

Central Baptist Church

Central is a Southern Baptist church who meets in and serves its community of Marion, Ohio. God has blessed the church with 30 years of ministry in Marion and its an exciting time to be apart of what God is doing now. You can learn a lot about us online, but nothing compares to face-to-face interaction. We hope we’ll have an opportunity to meet you soon! Until then, you can learn more about us by using the links to the right.   2816 Marion Waldo Rd. Marion OH 43302...

Calvary Bible Baptist Church

Calvary Bible Baptist Church is: A group of believers in Marion, Ohio who strongly believe in the Word of God. Or click here to be directed to the site map. 1419 Linn Hipsher Rd. Marion, Ohio 43302 Phone:  740-382-4173 Fax:  740-382-2629

Berean Baptist Church

Berean is an independent Baptist church located on the outskirts of Marion, Ohio. Our Weekly Gathering Times Sunday Sunday School 9:45 am Morning Service 10:45 am Evening Discipleship Classes 6:30 pm Website 131 Marion-Cardington Road Marion, Ohio 43302-2308 Phone:...

Abundant Life Assembly of God

Living Life with Purpose! Jesus said in John 10:10, “I have come that you may have life, and have it to the full.” (NIV). There is no better way to live a full life than to have a purpose for living. Paul understood that having purpose brought passion to living. You can read about this in Philippians 1:12-18. God wants you to enjoy life. A personal sense of purpose works in two ways. First, we work on it. Then, it works on us. Once Paul had determined his life mission, that purpose daily improved his attitude. In prisons, shipwrecks, beatings, through trials and debates, Paul kept on smiling because of his strong sense of purpose. He understood that people can either surrender to their circumstances, or they can surrender to a cause that is so great, their circumstances won’t matter. When we surrender to our circumstances, we have good days and bad days. We are at the mercy of what happens to us. When we surrender to a cause or purpose, we have good days wherever we go; the purpose never dies. Paul’s attitude helped his purpose go forward, then his purpose helped his attitude go forward! His attitude helped him conclude that it didn’t matter what happened to him or others–so long as the mission continued. The people who attend Abundant Life Assembly understand that a personal relationship with Jesus Christ helps us find, understand, and pursue our purpose in life! We believe that healthy friendships provide resources and encouragement in reaching God’s best for us! We offer Sunday Morning Worship and Small Group opportunities throughout the week to foster and nurture these relationships. People of all ages can come and find people who enjoy their relationship with God and others. May you find God’s Best as your purpose in life! Pastor Doug Ford For additional information you may contact us: Office Phone: 740-389-5936 Email: alagmarion@agchurches.org Facebook: Abundant Life Assembly Pastor’s Blog: dford1024.blogspot.com Directions to Abundant Life Abundant Life is located at 2303 Marion-Mt. Gilead Road (SR 95) in Marion, Ohio. The church is located one-quarter mile east of the intersection of State Routes 23 and...

Knights of Columbus

Growth of the Knights of Columbus On Oct. 2, 1881, a small group of men met in the basement of St. Mary’s Church on Hillhouse Avenue in New Haven, Connecticut. Called together by their 29-year-old parish priest, Father Michael J. McGivney, these men formed a fraternal society that would one day become the world’s largest Catholic family fraternal service organization. They sought strength in solidarity, and security through unity of purpose and devotion to a holy cause: they vowed to be defenders of their country, their families and their faith. These men were bound together by the ideal of Christopher Columbus, the discoverer of the Americas, the one whose hand brought Christianity to the New World. Their efforts came to fruition with the incorporation of the Knights of Columbus on March 29, 1882. They were Knights of Columbus. The Order has been called “the strong right arm of the Church”, and has been praised by popes, presidents and other world leaders, for support of the Church, programs of evangelization and Catholic education, civic involvement and aid to those in need. Father McGivney’s founding vision for the Order also included a life insurance program to provide for the widows and orphans of deceased members. The Order’s insurance program has expanded substantially to serve more effectively the Knights’ growing membership. Year after year, the Knights of Columbus has earned the highest possible quality ratings for financial soundness from A.M. Best and Standard & Poor’s. The Order provides the highest quality insurance, annuity and long-term care products to its members, along with many other fraternal benefits. The Supreme Council is the governing body of the Knights of Columbus and is responsible for the development of the organization as a whole. Supreme Council duties include establishing the Order in new regions and setting up regional authorities, defining and advancing its values and goals, undertaking organization-wide initiatives, promoting awareness of the Knights’ mission worldwide, and protecting the families of members through its extensive insurance program. Members working in local, or subordinate councils, however, carry on the majority of the Knights’ beneficial work. The Marion Council 671 The Marion Chapter 671 of the Knights of Columbus are proud of our service to the community. We take great effort in providing much needed help in the Marion community. 1232 E. Center St., Marion OH 43302, 740.382.3671...

Marion Grace Brethren Church

“They were continually devoting themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. Everyone kept feeling a sense of awe; and many wonders and signs were taking place through the apostles. And all those who had believed were together and had all things in common.” (Acts 2:42-44) The purpose of Grace Brethren Church of Marion, and preeminent goal, is for each individual member, and for the body of believers, to grow into a deep, personal knowledge of Jesus Christ and to serve Him completely. Along with the apostle Paul we proclaim: “I count all things to be loss in view of the surpassing value of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord…that I may know Him” If you share such a conviction, and strive with us to follow the Lord with nothing less than your whole life, let us know about it: call, write or e-mail us...

Ohio Right to Life

The mission of Ohio Right to Life is to promote and defend the right to life of all innocent human beings, from the time of fertilization until natural death. Ohio right to Life Political Action Committee The ORTL PAC exists to inform the public about pro-life candidates and issues during election seasons, and endorses candidates who effectively advocate for the protection and dignity of all innocent human life in the political arena....

Voice of Hope Pregnancy Centers

Contact: Bethel Ministries Voice of Hope Pregnancy Centers MARION-BUCYRUS-UPPER SANDUSKY Bethel Pro-Life Ministries is an interdenominational, 501(c)3 non-profit, Christian organization. It consists of three Voice of Hope Pregnancy Centers in Marion , Bucyrus and Upper Sandusky where the ministry is headquartered. The ministry also operates the Bethel Women’s Clinic in Marion, Ohio. The organization is dedicated to serving women and teens experiencing unplanned pregnancy. Founded in 1988 by a group of Wyandot county residents who were concerned about the lack of options being presented to women experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, Bethel Ministries has continued to serve women, families and teens in a variety of ways throughout the years.   Our ministry offers help, hope and healing to women and families with the following free and confidential services: “Your Pregnancy Options” 24-hour crisis hotline Laboratory-grade Pregnancy Tests Confidential Peer-Counseling Information on abstinence, abortion, adoption and STDs Referrals for medical care, social services and adoption Maternity and Baby Clothing Closet Earn While You Learn–prenatal and parenting education classes Support for women who have experienced miscarriage or abortion Speakers for organizations and events  ...