God’s Helping Hands

GOD’S HELPING HANDS 8944 50th Ave, Remus, MI 49340 (989) 967-8581 You can reach God’s Helping Hand by using the Facebook Page:   https://www.facebook.com/Gods-Helping-Hands-of-Mecosta-County-Michigan-393165834167331/  Regular Hours Tue 9:00 am – 12:00 pm  Fri 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Extra Phones Toll Free: (877) 211-5253  
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New Hope Church

New Hope Church –  7296 9 Mile Rd – Mecosta, MI 49332 231-972-2838 Phone 231-972-6041 Fax Website:  http://www.new-hope-church.org/ Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/NewHopeChurchUMC  
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St Michael the Archangel Catholic Church

5045 Nine Mile Rd – Remus MI 49340 Office Phone: 989- 967-3520 School Phone: 989- 967-3681 Email: stmichaels@net-port.com Parish Website: http://www.stmichaelsremus.net   The parish family of St. Michael warmly welcomes you to worship with us.   Weekend Mass schedule: Saturday 5:00pm Sunday 9:00 and 11:00am Reconciliation schedule: Saturday 4:00pm or anytime by appointment.   Note The […]
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St. Paul’s Lutheran Church

367 W Church St Remus, MI 49340 (989) 967-3411 A number of Lutheran families moved into the Wheatland Broomfield area in the years of 1870-1871. This early group consisted of thirteen men and their families. The names were: Friedrich Walch, Jacob Freidel, Michael Koch, Johann Bartmann and Friedrich Diehm. They were all farmers and all […]
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Wheatland Church of Christ

Sunday Bible School : 10:00 AM Sunday Morning Worship:  11:00 AM Wednesday Bible Study: 7:00 pm Minister: Earl Scott     Thomas W. Cross was born in Louden County Virgina in 1826 and came to Ohio in 1851 – He met and married Catherine Harper and established a home. In 1869, along with a group […]
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Chippewa Hills Baptist Church

9166 25TH AVENUE REMUS MI 49340 989-967-8205   Chippewa Hills Baptist Church was established after a search was made throughout the area for the right place to locate a Bible-preaching work. As it turned out Remus was discovered to be in the hub of the area and so the search was narrowed to the village. […]
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