Religion Briefs, March 29, 2014
Bruington to perform at First Baptist
Kayln Bruington will perform a high energy concert at 10:15 a.m. Sunday at First Baptist Church, 720 Grand Ave.
“The Perfect Dream” will feature songs from The Carpenters, Captain and Tennile, and more. The concert is free for all ages.
Call 242-2657 or visit http://www.fbcgj.org for information.
Mission Yard Sale at Spirit of Life
Spirit of Life Christian Fellowship will have its annual Mission Yard Sale from 8 a.m.–3 p.m. April 4–5, at 1313 N. 18th St.
Proceeds will benefit the people of the Peruvian Amazon. Donations of items to sell will be accepted (no clothing).
Call 640-9672 for more information or pick-up.
Shark-E performing in Hastings lot
Local Christian rap artist Marcus Gallegos, also known as Shark-E, will perform a free concert at 4:30 p.m. today in the Hastings parking lot, 2401 North Ave.
The concert is in promotion of his first album “The New Words of a Criminal Turned Right” as well as his new upcoming album “Mission Save the Youth.”
Gallegos will also use the event to promote homelessness awareness in the community and to raise more awareness on substance abuse, mental illness, suicide prevention, and poverty in Mesa County.
Shark-E is signed with Tate Music group in Mustang, Okla. and has been nominated for a Native American Grammy. He has performed across the country for seven years.
CDs and other merchandise will be available for purchase at the show. Visit tatemusicgroup.com and search events for the show and a link to hear music tracks and for more information.
Spiritual class for kids at First United
A New Model of Spiritual Transformation for Children (and adults), a Children and God Workshop will be presented by Rev. Leanne Hadley from 9 a.m.–4 p.m. April 26, at First United Methodist Church, 522 White Ave.
Sunday school teachers, pastors, parents, grandparents and anyone who teaches children about God, are encouraged to attend.
Cost is $50 and the workshop qualifies for .7 continuing education units.
For registration and more information, call Rev. Vivian C. Hiestand, with Olathe United Methodist Church, at 323-6465.