Briefs: Local Religion October 25, 2008

Restoration Ministries to begin classes

• Restoration Ministries Colorado will begin new classes through Dec. 18. Classes include “Spirtual Warfare,” “Temptation and Repentance” and “God As Your Father.” All classes take place at Jubilee Family Church, 483 30 Road. For information, call 242-5741.

Old Time Harvest Festival Sunday

ª Living Hope Evangelical Free Church, 2840 B 1/2 Road, will have the Old Time Harvest Festival from 4-7 p.m. Sunday. Activities include cookie decorating, a cake walk, games and a costume contest. For information, call 243-0402.

Spiritual Healing features Penny Tarr

• Two Rivers Center for Spiritual Healing will have guest speaker Penny Tarr at 10 a.m. Sunday at 3150 Lakeside Drive, No. 103. Tarr’s presentation will be “Who Do You Think You Are?” Jeannie Thomas will provide music.

Trunk or Treat safe fun for children

• Monument Presbyterian Church, 2020 1/2 S. Broadway, will host Trunk or Treat from 5-7 p.m. Oct. 31. Children will walk from decorated car trunk to car trunk to receive Halloween surprises. For information, call 255-6549.

Church to host annual bazaar

• Crossroads United Methodist Church, 599 30 Road, will have the annual Horn O’Plenty Bazaar Nov. 7-8. There will be a ham and bean supper, a cookie walk, baked goods, crafts and Christmas items. For information, call 242-0577.

Elementary kids invited to fall festival

• First Presbyterian Church, 3940 27 1/2 Road, will have a fall festival from 6:30-8 p.m. Wednesday. Elementary children are invited for snacks, games and fun activities. For information, call 242-1923.

The Brotherhood to play free concert

• The Brotherhood, a gospel music group from Denver, will perform at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Palisade Church of the Nazarene. The concert if free and a reception will follow.


Landmark to have ‘Missions Sunday’

• Landmark Baptist Church, 2711 Unaweep Ave., will have “Missions Sunday” at the 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. services Sunday. Guests include Alan Kaiser and Jonathan and Janelle Gibbs. For information, call 257-1047.

Pope, patriarch promote tolerance

• VATICAN CITY — The spiritual leader of the world’s Orthodox Christians prayed with Pope Benedict XVI in the Sistine Chapel and urged Roman Catholics and Orthodox to work together to combat fundamentalism and to promote religious tolerance.
Benedict praised his guest, Patriarch Bartholomew I, on the occasion of an Orthodox leader’s first service in the chapel, which is famous for its frescoes painted by Michelangelo.


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