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First Baptist Church of Tolono hosted a Vacation Bible School for ages kindergarten through sixth grade July 17 through 21. The theme was “Submerged: Finding Truth Below the Surface.”
Philo Presbyterian Church held a Vacation Bible School June 20-24 with the theme “Deep Sea Discovery.”
The congregations of the Presbyterian churches in Philo and Tolono will combine for a presentation about a recent mission trip at 10 a.m. April 24 at the Philo church.
Three times a year, the five churches in Tolono come together.
The churches typically join forces for a Thanksgiving service in November and for a service at the beginning of Tolono Fun Day in June. And for over 30 years, during the last week in January each year, the churches have taken turns hosting a worship service each night in celebration of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.
A local church youth group recently packed shoeboxes filled with gifts to send to children in need around the world.
About 40 people were in attendance as an ecumenical Thanksgiving service sponsored by the Tolono Ministerial Alliance was held last Tuesday at the Tolono Presbyterian Church.
A Pesotum church is getting ready to start a Bible study.
The Pesotum United Methodist Church will host the study at 7 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday of each month, starting this month. It’s the latest outreach for the only church in the town of 549.
Read the full story in the Feb. 12 issue of The County Star.
The five churches of Tolono came together last week for the annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.
About three dozen people gathered at Tolono United Methodist Church last Monday night during the second service of the week.
The Week of Prayer is held during the last week in January each year.
Read the full story in the Jan. 29 issue of The County Star.
A former restaurant and bar that has been converted into a mission building is slated to open in two weeks.
The Fountain of Life Family Fellowship church has a new home.
The church had a dedication ceremony on Sept. 7 to celebrate its move across the street into a historic Tolono building that has been restored.
The church bought the building, which dates back to the 1870s, in 2006. Sept. 7 was the church’s 28th anniversary.