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Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains

Memorial Day became a national holiday to honor those who had died in the Civil War. In today’s world, it often creates ambiguous feelings in liberal religious people. How do we go about honoring lives lost in military violence we may denounce? Rev. Meghan Conrad explores these issues in, “Both Sides of the Graveyard.”

Service, child care and religious education at 11 a.m. At 9:30 a.m., a media education film, discussion and snacks. This week, “Constructing Public Opinion: How Politicians and Media Misrepresent the Public.” 274-1675 or visit http://www.uugrassvalley.org. 246 S. Church St., Grass Valley.



Mountain Stream Meditation

Our Buddhist Insight Meditation group meets Mondays from 7:30 to 9 p.m. On Monday, May 28, Mountain Stream guiding teacher John Travis leads our meditation and dharma talk on “Precious Birth.” All levels of practice are welcome. 272-6425 or visit http://www.mtstream.org. Wild Mt. Yoga, 574 Searls Ave., Nevada City.




Sierra Presbyterian

Join us this Sunday for “Worshipping Together” with “40 Days of Community.” Services are: traditional, 9 a.m.; contemporary, 10:30 a.m.; and CORE, 5:15 p.m. Intergenerational Dinner is at 6:15 p.m. Children, youth programs and healing prayer are offered at all services.

http://www.sierrapres.com or call 256-3291. 175 Ridge Road, Nevada City.

Word-A-Live! Church

This Sunday Pastor Chipchase will be ministering the Word of God. Rhose needing a touch from God are encouraged to attend. Wednesdays (7 p.m.) we continue with our “Equippers” Bible study titled “The Bait of Satan”. “Kingdom Kids Club” is also on Wednesdays at 7pm. The youth team meets most Fridays (7 p.m.). 432-9155, e-mail wordalive@juno.com or visit word-a-live.org. 10528 Spenceville Road in Penn Valley.


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