Submitted photo Dutch Run Trinity Church of Christ is celebrating its 175th anniversary at its annual homecoming service Sunday, Sept. 9.

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Dutch Run Trinity Church of Christ is celebrating its 175th anniversary at its annual homecoming service Sunday, Sept. 9.

WARSAW — The Dutch Run Trinity Church of Christ will be observing its 175th anniversary at its annual homecoming Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018. The church is the second oldest in Coshocton County and is located on County Road 20, just north of the Mohawk Dam off Ohio 715.

All are welcome to the church service at 11 a.m. with Robbie Bonar speaking. A covered dish dinner will follow at noon. A program featuring Tim Noble, gospel pianist and singer, will be at 2 p.m.

Noble, 19, began playing the piano at the age of 3 and started playing publically at age 10. At age 12, he recorded his first piano CD entitled “Honoring God.” Noble has his own studio where he produces and records all of his own CDs.

Working full-time with his concert ministry he currently performs over 100 concerts annually, playing and singing at church services and other special events. He is the son of Kevin and Cynthia Noble of Howard.

For more information, call 740-393-2586.

 

 

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