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Special Diabetic Program To Be Offered In October

If you are a diabetic, pre-diabetic, interested family member/caregiver, or friend of a diabetic, the Caldwell Church of The Nazarene’s Diabetic Support Group invites you to join them for a special six-week program called D.E.E.P. (Diabetes Empowerment Education Program).

Our church is hosting this program through our support group for the Buckeye Hills Regional Council located in Marietta, Ohio. DEEP is a free six-week program that started on Thursday, October 3. It will meet every Thursday in October and conclude on Thursday, November 7. Participants are encouraged to attend as many of the meetings as possible. Each session or lesson is independent of each other.

The meetings will be held at our church from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. A light dinner will be provided for individuals attending the program. Please call 740-376-1037 to register for the dinner when attending.

Through DEEP, individuals will learn how to take control of their diabetes and learn important skills: how to deal with the symptoms of diabetes (fatigue, pain, hypoglycemia, stress, depression, anger, and fear; exercise to maintain strength and endurance; take medications as prescribed; and to work more efficiently with health care providers.

For additional information concerning DEEP, please contact our church office at 740-732-5152. Our church is handicap accessible and we're located at 6 Cumberland Street next to the Noble County Sheriff’s Office.

To register for the free DEEP program, please call 740-376-1037 and ask for Gerri.



The Caldwell Church of The Nazarene and Pastor John Powell invite their community to join them for their Annual Fall Festival. The theme for this year’s festival is “Jesus Brings S’More Joy.”

The festival will be held on Sunday evening, November 3, starting at 5:00 p.m. This family event will feature a special devotional shared by Pastor John and exciting stations for kids to explore and experience: music, food, games, and crafts.

Kids will rotate through stations like they do at Vacation Bible School and are encouraged to wear costumes (non-evil themes). Parents and kids are encouraged to arrive a little before 5 p.m. to allow time for kids to be registered and assigned a rotation group.

The Caldwell Church of The Nazarene is located at 6 Cumberland Street in Caldwell near the Noble County Sheriff’s Office. For more information about the fall festival, please contact the church office at 740-732-5152.


Are you happy? How long has it been since you felt a level of contagious or unstoppable happiness? Only one-third of Americans surveyed said they were happy. How can this be? Education is accessible to most.

We’ve made advancements in everything from medicine to technology, yet 66 percent of us can’t find an adequate reason to check the “yes” box on the happiness questionnaire. Worldwide, people profess that happiness is their most cherished goal.

Pastor John Powell and the Caldwell Church of The Nazarene invite area residents to join them for a new Wednesday evening Bible Study beginning Wednesday, October 23, at 7 p.m. called How Happiness Happens.

This study will use Pastor Max Lucado’s new book, How Happiness Happens. Along with the Bible, the study will help individuals find the unexpected path to a lasting happiness, one that produces reliable joy in any season of life.

We're located at 6 Cumberland Street next to the Noble County Sheriff’s Office. For more information concerning the study, please contact us at 740-732-5152.

Individuals planning to participate in the study and who would like to purchase a copy of the book (not required for the study) should contact the church office by Wednesday, October 16, cost of the book is $17.50.

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