Religion Briefs, Feb. 27 2010
Faith Heights to have Healing School
Healing School meetings will be from noon to 1 p.m. Mondays, beginning Monday, at Faith Heights Church, 600 28 1/4 Road.
The classes are for anyone who desires to be healed or wants to learn how to help others receive healing.
There is no charge. Child care will not be available.
Call 245-3755 for information.
Kids can get free guitar lessons
Fuzebox 95 will have open enrollment for free guitar lessons for children and teens ages 6 to 18 from 2 to 6 p.m. Wednesday at 1650 U. S. Highway 50, next to the Eagles Lodge.
Fuzebox 95 is a kids music ministry, based on Psalms 95.
More information is online at fuzebox95.org, or call 270-4234.
5 spots open for ministry classes
Classes will begin soon for those interested in ministry work.
There are five class spots available for two-year certification and ordination with the opportunity to be part of a ministry team.
Discussion planned on work, spirituality
Judith Boyce will present a dialogue about work and spirituality at 10:30 a.m. Sunday at Koinonia: A Center for Spirituality and Peace, 730 25 Road.
The talk is part of the Inspired Speaker Series.
Boyce is an author, speaker, teacher and naturopathic physician who specializes in wellness and women’s health.
Call 242-3947 for information.
Immigration classes at St. Joseph Church
People of all faith traditions are invited to learn about the history of immigration in America and the challenges it poses to Christians through biblical teachings on love from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursdays during March in the Community Room at St. Joseph Church, on the southeast corner of Third Street and White Avenue.
Take a lunch, beverages will be provided.
Call Grand Valley Peace and Justice at 243-0136 for information.
Methodist Church sets teen conference
Teens can hear about “Life Outside of the Church” from a teen perspective with speaker Loren Boyce at 7 p.m. Sunday at First United Methodist Church, 522 White Ave.
Boyce, a motivational speaker, has presented at conferences such as Youth Leadership Conference and Westside Weekend.
The event is free to youth in grades sixth through 12.
Call Mary Linda Jost at 243-5427 or e-mail mjost105@hotmail .com.
Teaching Seder to be March 7
A Passover teaching Seder, hosted by Connections with guest Messianic Rabbi Aaron Deim, will be March 7 at Omar’s Catering, 801 N. First St.
The teaching Seder explains what the Passover experience is designed to portray. The significance of the Passover Seder has been the center of Jewish observances for centuries. There is relevance for Christians who want to understand the historical and current meaning for them.
Doors will open at 5:15 p.m. and the Seder meal is at 5:45 p.m.
Tickets are $10 per person and seating is limited. The deadline to register in noon Thursday.
Call 241-6796 for tickets and information.