Religion Briefs, Feb. 26, 2011
‘Bio-What?’ theme of women’s luncheon
“Bio-What?” is the theme of the Grand Junction Christian Women’s Connection luncheon at 12:15 p.m. March 10 at the Holiday Inn and Suites, 2751 Crossroads Blvd.
Dawn Stutz will demonstrate how to relieve stress and pain with this gentle, non-invasive osteopathic-based therapy.
Musician and speaker Anastasia Remmes from Littleton will present “From Isolation to Intimacy.”
Call Mary Ann at 858-7120 by March 5 for reservations or cancellations. For child care, call Rita at 434-9090.
Mardi Gras party scheduled in Palisade
St. Ann Mission will host a Mardi Gras party at 5 p.m. March 6 at 535 W. First St. in Palisade.
The $5 admission features a soup, salad and bread menu and a $1 donation will be requested to purchase a variety of desserts.
The party represents the last fling prior to the beginning of Lent which begins on Ash Wednesday, March 9.
Call pastoral assistant Joe Warner at 464-5024 for information.
79th Maggie and Jiggs dinner set
Fruita United Methodist Women will host its 79th annual Maggie and Jiggs fundraising dinner from 4 to 6:30 p.m. March 12 at the church, 405 E. Aspen Ave. in Fruita.
The dinner will feature corned beef with cabbage and Irish stew. Cost is $8 for adults, and $5 for ages younger than 12.
Call 858-3490 for information.
Course on finances begins March 14
The 13-week Financial Peace University will begin at 7 p.m. March 14 at the Seventh-day Adventist Church, 730 Mesa Ave.
The course teaches families and individuals common-sense principles to free themselves of debt and build lasting wealth.
Call Victor Barton at 242-7747 for information or to register.