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Emmanuel Episcopal Church

Emmanuel Episcopal Church presents “The Paschal Mystery and Holy Communion” A Day of Reflection at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 235 S. Church St. at 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday, March 6.

With meditations on the Sacramento of Holy Communion with Fr. Charles will explore our hunger, God’s remedy, and the community we find around the Lord’s Table.

Fr. Charles Cornell was born in Marysville and raised in Sutter County. He is currently Rector of Trinity Church in Folsom. He also worked in the Republic of Panama as a missionary during the 1980s. Before attending seminary, he worked 13 years on the Plumas National Forest as a surveyor and firefighter. For registration, call the church office at 273-7876.

Solid Rock Foursquare Church

Solid Rock Healing Rooms are open on the first three Mondays of each month. The Healing Rooms are open to anyone who desires private personal prayer for physical, emotional or spiritual healing. We are open from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Throughout the week: Single Women’s Fellowship is learning about “Safe People” and meets every Tuesday at 7 p.m.; Women’s Ministry, currently studying Proverbs, meets Friday mornings at 10 a.m. for fellowship and prayer; InnerState Youth Ministries meets every Friday at 6 p.m.; Reconcilers, taught by Pastor Ron Neilsen, is Sunday at 6 p.m.; Sunday services are Adult Bible Study at 10 a.m. and Worship Service with Senior Pastor Jim Edwards sharing God’s Word at 11 a.m. Home Fellowships meet throughout the week, call the church for a schedule and locations.

The church is located at 11665 Spenceville Road, in Penn Valley. For more information, call 432-1964.


Christian Women’s Club

The Women’s Connection, sponsored by Christian Women’s Club, is hosting a luncheon on March 11, at Lake of the Pines Country Club, 11665 Lakeshore North in Auburn, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Our special event is “Not So Extreme Make-over” with Bunnie Smith from Lovella Salon. Bunnie speaks about and demonstrates make-overs.

Our featured speaker is Diana McFarling. She tells a love story that will last a lifetime in spite of her physical limitations.

The luncheon costs $11, which includes tax and tip, and must be reserved by calling Sherrill at 268-9139 or Joan at 665-5413.

Call Sherrill 268-9139 for information on the next Prayer Connection, March 4, at 9:30 a.m. Our Prayer Connection is a time to be encouraged and challenged in a comfortable setting through a time of prayer and inspirational thoughts.

Weekly small-group investigative studies, sponsored by the Women’s Connection, are held for women of all ages and walks of life. For more information on these Friendship Bible Coffees, call Donnie at 268-8786.

Word-A-Live! Family Church

We at Word-A-Live! Family Church 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.

“Wordshop” with Pastors Tom and Stella Terry, our visiting guest speakers from Wisconsin, is Saturday, Feb. 28, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Corporate Prayer every Saturday at 6 p.m.

Women’s Frontline Bible Study is starting its new study, teachings on prayer, “The Master is Coming.”

“Meal that Heals” is a revelation that communion can and will change your thinking and your life. We want many to experience this revelation with us at each one of our six consecutive services. Starting on Sunday morning at our 10 a.m. service and on Wednesday nights at our 7 p.m. service (no service March 10), we will have communion and teachings with no repeats at each and every one of these services. The “Meal that Heals” begins Sunday, March 7, and goes through Sunday, March 28.

Word-A-Live! Family Church, 10528 Spenceville Road, Penn Valley, is a non-denominational full gospel church with emphasis on equipping the Saints for the work of the ministry.

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


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