Religion Briefs, Jan. 12, 2013
Grace Church to provide hope, healing
Grace Church is inviting the public to a new five-week series titled “Beyond Broken,” beginning at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, at 2817 North Ave.
The focus of the series is to help take individuals to hope and healing. Sunday’s event features “Overcoming Fear.”
Call 523-9418 for information.
Church of Nativity having spiritual class
Church of the Nativity is offering an eight-week course on “The Enneagram as a Tool for Your Spiritual Journey” for the winter term of Spiritual University.
Spiritual University is a project of religious learning, tolerance, and open-minded thinking offered at a nominal cost. The course will examine the nine psychological types of the Enneagram through the work of Russ Hudson, Helen Palmer, and Father Richard Rohr.
The course is offered from 6:30–8:30 p.m. Thursdays, through Feb. 28, at 2175 Broadway, across from Redlands Middle School.
Tuition is $20. Call Rick at 986-8801 for information.
Debbie Joy to host HU Song event
Debbie Joy will host a Community HU Song event from 4–4:30 p.m. Jan. 20, at the Westwood Condos, 636 Horizon Drive.
HU is a love song to God and the event is for people of all faiths, to enjoy together.
Call 216-9838 for information.
Fellowship Church needs 200 judges
Fellowship Church will host the National Christian Forensics Communication Association regional qualifying speech/debate tournament Jan. 24–25 and is seeking 200 judges from the community for the event.
Approximately 50 students from a five-state area will compete.
Interested judges should call director Patsi Day at 985-8187.