During today’s session of the Ohio House of Representatives, State Representative Kristina Daley Roegner (R-Hudson) welcomed local pastor Jim Case of the Stow Community United Church of Christ to give the opening invocation before the full House.

Pastor Case began his ministry in 1977 and has been with the Stow Community United Church of Christ since May 2011. The Stow Community United Church of Christ was founded in 1917 and is the second-oldest church in Stow. Pastor Case was formerly the pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Sebring, Ohio for nine years. He also served as a firefighter for 28 years in both Mogadore and Munore Falls.

“I was very pleased that Pastor Case was able to come to session today and lead the House in prayer,” Rep. Roegner said. “He is a wonderful leader within our community and was a great addition to today’s session. He believes, as I do, that God’s Word is as relevant today as it was the day it was written.”

Pastor Jim Case lives in Munore Falls with his wife Jeannine. They have three children and five grandchildren.


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