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EarthSpirit Center gatherings are held on the first Sunday of each month. On April 2, the Rev. Dr. Nanci Shanderá will speak on the inner deaths and resurrections we experience in the transformational process. An interactive discussion follows, along with a closing healing circle. The Gathering is held at 10 a.m. at the Veteran’s Hall in Nevada City (corner North Pine and Cottage). Abundant parking, wheelchair accessible. Afterward, Dr. Nanci will present “Transformational Alchemy,” an introductory workshop to assist you in identifying stages of your spiritual growth and what they mean from a nonjudgmental perspective. The workshop will be held from 1-3 p.m. at the Veteran’s Hall. Call for more information and to preregister.

EarthSpirit is a Mystery School that offers spiritual counseling and dream work with Dr. Shanderá, who is a master dream teacher.

For more information, call 265-9097, email earthspirit@ nccn.net, or visit http://www.Earth SpiritCenter.com/.



Emmanuel Episcopal Church

Emmanuel Chapter of the Daughters of the King invites you to “Annunciation,” a Lenten Quiet Day at Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Grass Valley. This enlightening day will be March 25, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., and will be conducted by the Rev. Canon Barry Beisner, Canon to the Ordinary of the Diocese of Northern California and nominee for bishop.




Attendees will have the opportunity to celebrate the Feast of the Annunciation in the form of a time of waiting quietly before the Lord, reflecting on how God is at work in our lives to accomplish His good purpose, listening carefully for his greeting and fashioning a response. All are welcome. Bring a lunch. There will be rolls, coffee, tea and juice in the morning and desserts served at lunchtime. For more information, call 273-7876. Preregistration $15, $20 at the door. Partial or full scholarships are available by calling 273-7876.

Foothill Church

Pastor Sam and Jaima Barger’s desire for you here at Foothill is for you to experience the relaxed and friendly environment we provide. Come enjoy some hot coffee, cocoa, tea, some encouraging music, friendly people and a short time of relevant teaching. No one needs to be alone. So come as you are and experience life at Foothill Church. Pastor Sam’s message this Sunday is titled “That Thing We Do.”

“Drawing Near!” is the title of the series of studies at our Wednesday Evening Mid-Week Service. This study will be all about developing a life of intimacy with Christ. You don’t want to miss this exciting and challenging teaching. Children’s programs and child care provided.

Foothill Church is located at 14600 State Highway 49, just three miles south of Grass Valley, next to the Fire Station. Service Times: Sunday at 10 a.m. and Wednesday at 7 p.m. For more information, call 272-8511.

Grace Lutheran Church

Grace Lutheran Church invites you to join them in Sunday worship as we continue into the penitential season of Lent. This week Pastor Degner’s sermon theme will be “God’s Word – Not What We Expect!” based on the Paul’s words in 1 Corinthians 1:22-25. Continuing the Lenten emphasis on the cross, Paul tells us that some people seek wisdom and others knowledge. Neither will get you closer to God. Salvation comes to us from the cross of Christ! And Christ’s sacrifice on the cross accomplishes all that is necessary for anyone seeking eternal life to receive it. Not everyone can hear this word, but it is the Word of life, today and eternally.

Services are 9 a.m. every Sunday, with Family Christian Education Hour following at 10:30 a.m. During the season of Lent we will also worship for Midweek “Devotions” every Wednesday evening, beginning at 5:30 p.m., and followed by a Soup-Supper. For more information, call the church office at 273-7043.

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