Church happenings

Church happenings
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Episcopal Church offers resources for observing Earth Day 2011 on April 22 (publicaffairs Episcopal Chu)
[March 30, 2011] With Earth Day 2011 on April 22 nearly here, resources are available for observing and recognizing this annual event. This year Earth Day falls within Holy Week, specifically on Good Friday, a profound co-incidence, noted Mike Schut, Episcopal Church Economic and Environmental Affairs Officer. To fully honor Earth Day, we need to reclaim the theology that knows Earth is very …
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Faith Briefs
Summary:  ST. ANDREW’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH will have Celtic Evensong at 5 p.m. Sunday at the church, 1601 S. GEORGIA ST. The service will have a Lenten emphasis. ST. ANDREW’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH will have Celtic Evensong at 5 p.m. Sunday at the church, 1601 S. GEORGIA ST. The service will have a Lenten emphasis. Broken Vessels and the Jordons will perform in concert at 10:45 a.m. Sunday at THE COUNTRY …
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Happenings

Happenings
THURSDAY, OCT. 21
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Veterans jump into flap over Christian flag at N.C. memorial
After a complaint, a Christian flag was removed from a public park’s war memorial. Now angry veterans and church groups have replaced it and are guarding it around the clock.
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90 things to do in Southeast Texas this weekend
Need something to do this weekend? We can help.
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Religious Happenings

Religious Happenings
Adult Bible Study – Parkside United Church of Christ holds adult bible study at 8:45 a.m. on Sundays. For more, call 610.933.3410.
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Church notes
n Dr. Brad Daily, of Salina, will speak on arthritis and total joint replacement at 7 p.m. Thursday at Trinity Lutheran Church, Ninth and Crawford.
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Church happenings | Oct. 9, 2010
A weekly look at church news and events.
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Church happenings

Church happenings
AME Zion
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Open house today showcases First Unitarian Universalist Church’s inclusiveness
Displayed at the front of the sanctuary at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Springfield are eight colorful banners representing Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Paganism, Christianity, American Indian religions, Humanism and Taoism.
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Religion event
— Thursday, 6 p.m.: A free community forum on women’s health sponsored by the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice will be held at Covenant Baptist Church, 3845 South Capitol St. SW. 202-628-7700 or http://www.rcrc.org . Religion – Religion and Spirituality – Religious studies – Social History – New Religious Movements
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