Winter-Fest Gospel Concert Planned Sunday

Dutchtown Brethren Church will host the 15th annual Winter-Fest Gospel Concert at 2:30 p.m. Sunday.  

The concert will feature The Northmen and Cathy from Fort Wayne, and The Morse Family, a southern gospel vocal and instrument group that includes father, mother and six of their children.

There is no admission charge for this concert; however, a freewill offering for the groups will be accepted.  

Dutchtown Brethren in northeast of Warsaw at County Roads 400E and 300N.



Financial Peace University Begins Jan. 21

Syracuse — The Syracuse Church of God will host the Financial Peace University course at 6 p.m. Sundays beginning Jan. 21.

The nine-week course is designed to teach individuals and families how to take control of their finances, plan for the future and be good stewards of their financial assets. It is open to the public.

Using materials developed by financial guru Dave Ramsey, course instructor Teri Kruger will teach participants how to plan, save and grow their money. They will learn how to create a practical budget, eliminate debt, be prepared for emergencies, protect against unnecessary expenditures, plan for college and retirement, and more.

The course costs $109 per individual or couple and includes classroom materials and access to online tools. Child care will be provided.

To register, go to the Syracuse Church of God website at www.syracusechurchofgod.com and click on the Registration Page link at the top of the page.

For more information visit fpu.com or call Pastor Stan Owen at 574-354-8455 or 574-457-2796.

The church is at 104 E. Washington St., one block north of the Syracuse Public Library.



Editor’s note: Church news runs every Thursday in the Times-Union. Deadline to submit an item for church news is 10 a.m. Wednesday. Items may run two times. Send items for church news to dsprong@timesuniononline.com.Winter-Fest Gospel Concert Planned Sunday

Dutchtown Brethren Church will host the 15th annual Winter-Fest Gospel Concert at 2:30 p.m. Sunday.  

The concert will feature The Northmen and Cathy from Fort Wayne, and The Morse Family, a southern gospel vocal and instrument group that includes father, mother and six of their children.

There is no admission charge for this concert; however, a freewill offering for the groups will be accepted.  

Dutchtown Brethren in northeast of Warsaw at County Roads 400E and 300N.



Financial Peace University Begins Jan. 21

Syracuse — The Syracuse Church of God will host the Financial Peace University course at 6 p.m. Sundays beginning Jan. 21.

The nine-week course is designed to teach individuals and families how to take control of their finances, plan for the future and be good stewards of their financial assets. It is open to the public.

Using materials developed by financial guru Dave Ramsey, course instructor Teri Kruger will teach participants how to plan, save and grow their money. They will learn how to create a practical budget, eliminate debt, be prepared for emergencies, protect against unnecessary expenditures, plan for college and retirement, and more.

The course costs $109 per individual or couple and includes classroom materials and access to online tools. Child care will be provided.

To register, go to the Syracuse Church of God website at www.syracusechurchofgod.com and click on the Registration Page link at the top of the page.

For more information visit fpu.com or call Pastor Stan Owen at 574-354-8455 or 574-457-2796.

The church is at 104 E. Washington St., one block north of the Syracuse Public Library.



Editor’s note: Church news runs every Thursday in the Times-Union. Deadline to submit an item for church news is 10 a.m. Wednesday. Items may run two times. Send items for church news to dsprong@timesuniononline.com.