Pick up your subs
Members of the Church in Aurora who ordered Super Bowl Sunday sub sandwiches can pick them up Feb. 5 after either service in the fellowship hall. The sale benefits the workcampers, who received considerable support from the Aurora Farms Subway shop.
The Women’s Guild will meet Feb. 8 at 11:30 a.m. for lunch prepared by Twiinz Catering, special Valentine desserts made by the “non-circle” women and a talk by Kim Kenney, curator of the McKinley Museum in Canton, about “The History of Unmentionables.”
The 3-H Evening Group will meet Feb. 9 at 6 p.m. to review material from December and January and continue with the reading of Billy Graham’s book “Where I Am.” Circle 3H will meet Feb. 10 at 10 a.m. to make candy for the workcampers to sell.
The Thursday morning Bible study time has changed to 10 a.m. in the church library.

Families to gather
Our Lady of Perpetual Help’s PSR family program for February will be Feb. 5 after the 11 a.m. Mass. All religious education students should take their religion books for review, and all should take palms from last year’s Palm Sunday for burning in preparation for Ash Wednesday. See Mac Clapp for more details.
The second of two parent meetings for First Eucharist is tonight (Feb. 1) at 7 in the lower quad.
Nominations for the Eagle of the Cross award are due Feb. 13. The award is given by the Diocese of Youngstown to outstanding juniors and seniors in high school who improve their parish ministry programs.
Our Lady’s high school retreat is Feb. 18-19 at Cuyahoga Valley National Park’s White Pines Lodge. Contact youth minister Cody Topp for details.Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University will be offered starting March 7 on Tuesdays for nine weeks. It teaches the basics of personal finance.
Other activities are: Feb. 2 — Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts at 7 p.m. and choir practice at 7:30; Feb. 4-5 — food pantry weekend and equal exchange sale; Feb. 4 — reconciliation at 3:30 p.m.; Feb. 5 — baptism prep class and youth ministry at 12:30 p.m.; Feb. 6 — faith formation meeting at 7 p.m. and stewardship meeting at 7:15; Feb. 7 — Old Testament class at 12:45 p.m. and parish and family life meeting at 7 p.m.; Wednesdays — yoga at 9:45 a.m.

Family LIFE at LoL
Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Bainbridge is a welcome place for young families.
One offering is a ministry called Family LIFE, which stands for “Families Living In Faith Everyday” and is a ministry that provides families opportunities to gather and support each another in raising their young children.
Recently, families gathered to provide fresh-baked dessert for Lord of Life’s mission team to serve at Laura’s Home and City Mission in Cleveland.
Guided by parents, some of Lord of Life’s youngest members mixed, stirred,and poured to produce over 300 brownies. They also created one-of-a-kind place mats for the children at Laura’s Home. One of the volunteer servers remarked, “The women and children at Laura’s Home loved the brownies. They were asking for more.”
Over the next year, events are planned for families with young children to serve, worship and simply have fun as they get to know one another in a variety of settings. The family activities include creating and delivering Valentine treat bags to home-bound members, an Easter basket collection and participating in the regional CROP Walk.
For more information regarding Family LIFE or any other ministry at Lord of Life, call 440-543-5505 or visit www.loloh.org.

Chili cookoff set
First Baptist of Aurora’s chili cookoff and luncheon will be Feb. 12 after the service.
The church seeks individuals willing to provide scholarships for teens to attend a weekend retreat at Skyview Ranch in February. The cost to send one teen is $75 and the church hopes to send eight youths. See Pastor Matthew Russell if interested.
Club 306 will gather Feb. 19 at 2 p.m. for a Nerf War. It is for students in grades 3 to 6. Participants should take any Nerf supplies they have. Parents also can participate.
A “Redeeming the Gift” conferecne will be Feb. 17-18 in Mayfield. There will be special speakers, seven main sessions and workshops for men and women. See Pastor Russell for more information.