Local religion briefs, September 11
Church slates cancer awareness luncheon St. John’s Episcopal Church women will host their annual breast cancer awareness luncheon at 1 p.m. Sept. 18. The event will include a light meal, scrapbooking (bring pictures), silent auction, raffle and guest speakers in addition to learning about the latest in the fight against cancer. Cost is $ 15 with proceeds going to the City of Hope. The church is …
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Koran Reading Stirs Controversy
All Saint Episcopal Church in East Lansing has fielded several calls of people complaining about Saturday’s scheduled Koran reading.
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Collinsville center moves to Whippany
MORRISTOWN – Collinsville Child Care Center’s move from S. Peters Episcopal Church on South Street, Morristown, to the former Brody Childcare Center Brody Center, located on the Aidekman Jewish Community Campus at 901 Route 10 East in Whippany, is complete, with help from the United Parcel Service (UPS).
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