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Trinity Episcopal

Discover answers to life’s biggest questions, attend a “40 Days of Purpose” Book Study Group the week of Feb. 22 in small community circles sponsored by Trinity Episcopal.

For more information call Sharon at 432-7817 or Trinity Church at 265-8836.



Baha’i Family School




“Pearls Upon a String: The Essential Unity of Religion” is the theme for the next three adult study classes at Bahá’í Family School, which meets Sundays at 10 a.m. at Bitney Springs Charter High School. (12338 McCourtney Road).

Starting Sunday we will look to scripture for the answers to five essential questions of faith: Who is God? How can we know God? What is the foundation of our relationship with God? What are the fruits of our relationship with God? What is living the life? Everyone is welcome! “God testifieth to the unity of His Godhood…” – Bahá’u’lláh

Word-A-Live Family Church

“Word-A-Live! Family Church” meets this Sunday, Feb. 8 at 10 a.m. We at WAFC invite all denominations to come worship in God’s presence every Sunday. Pastors Mike & Sandra Chipchase minister powerfully under the unction of the Holy Spirit.

Youth Night Friday, Feb. 6 and 20 at 7 p.m.

There is a 10 a.m. morning service, Sunday, Feb. 8, no evening service that night.

Nutrition & Weight Loss Ministry Monday, Feb. 9th, 6:30 p.m.

Intercessory Prayer every Tuesday morning at 10 a.m.

Equippers Class Wednesday, Feb. 11th, 7p.m.; Topic: “Peace and the Life of Prayer.”

“Word-A-Live! Family Church” is at 10528 Spenceville Rd., Penn Valley and is a non-denominational, Full Gospel Church with emphasis on equipping the Saints for the work of the ministry.

WAFC is networked with Christian International Ministries, Dr. Bill Hamon, Santa Rosa Beach.

For further information please call us at the church office, 432-9155.

Congregation B’nai Harim

“Havana Negila,” a film about the Cuban Jews’ origin and plight, will be shown Sunday at 2 p.m. at Congregation B’nai Harim, 506 Walsh St. in Grass Valley.

The film traces the history of the Jews in Cuba: their immigration in the early 1900s, the arrival of refugees fleeing Nazi Germany, life under Castro during the 1959 revolution, and the current resurgence of Jewish life.

For all families who share the experience of immigration, it will be clear that the people portrayed in this film are Cubans by chance as much as by choice.

The film includes a spicy soundtrack that includes both traditional Jewish and Cuban music.

Awarded first Prize, Jewish Video Competition. Evan Garella, the producer who lives in Grass Valley, will be attending.


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