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Religion briefs 6/2/07

Grass Valley Friends Meeting

Our spiritual life as Quakers is centered on our way of worshipping God; we meet together in silence. In this way we come to know each other in the spirit and build the “beloved community,” and in this way we are led by the divine.

We offer queries for contemplation: Do I live in thoughtful awareness of God’s constant presence in my life? Am I sensitive and open to leadings of the spirit? What steps do I take to center my life and to stay open to continuing revelation?



For information about the local Quaker Meeting, contact Dean Olson at 273-2094.

Christian Life Center




Dr. Jerry Stroup will deliver our Sunday message.

Wednesday evenings begin with dinner at 6 p.m. Donations accepted. At 7 p.m., Bible study and activities for all ages, including our High School Youth Group, MPact Girls Clubs, kindergarten through junior high, Royal Rangers and studies for men and women. Celebrate Recovery meets Monday evenings at CLC, 6:30, for any one with hurts, hang-ups, addictions of all types-alcohol, drugs, food, gambling, etc. Need prayer? Call 273-PRAY 24/7. Old fashioned Tent Revival coming in July.

Please visit http://www.clcgv.org or call 273-8475, for more information.

Abundant Life Community Church

This Sunday, we are beginning a character study for the new sermon series, “David: A Man of All Seasons.” Two worship times: 8:45 and 10:30 a.m. Services are identical, and age-group Bible studies for the whole family are held concurrently.

Call for information on men’s, women’s and children’s activities. Family Night, Wednesdays at 7 p.m., features classes for all age groups, including >crossover> for sixth though twelfth grade students. 273-1139.


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