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Posted: Thursday, Oct 3rd, 2013




Public

welcome to camp

celebration



SOUTH FORK — Beaver Creek Youth Camp invites the public to attend "Let's Go To Camp!" an evening of celebration to commemorate the camp's youth ministry success. The dinner is Fri., Oct. 4 at 6 p.m. and the program will follow. RSVP by Sept. 27 to 719-754-3723 or email manager@beavercreekcamp.org.



United

Methodists

worships

Sunday



AlAMOSA — Come join the First United Methodist Church in worship Sunday as Rev. Nancy Mead leads the 8:00 and 10:15 services. The sermon title is “And When They were at Table” and the scripture readings will be Acts 2: 41-47. The Immigrant Resource Council Marimba Band will provide the music as the church celebrates World Communion Sunday.

The People of The United Methodist Church accept you for who you are, offer you a place to belong, and welcome diverse opinions and beliefs. We’d love to meet you this Sunday! The church is located at the corner of Murphy Dr. and Mullins Ave. just west of Adams State University.



'Our Only

Guarantee'



ALAMOSA —  Don Thompson will be discussing, “Our Only Guarantee,” and looking at how that fact influences how we live our lives. Are we able to face the facts presented to us as thinking individuals or do we retreat to platitudes and wishful thinking? How does it affect our dealings with others who have different ways of looking into the future?

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship meets on Sunday at 10:30 am in the community room of the Presbyterian Church, 330 San Juan Avenue. Childrens programming is offered. All are welcome! For further information, call Jan Oen at 587-5529.



Faith that

begins with me



ALAMOSA — At Alamosa Presbyterian Church this week the gospel lesson challenges the apostles, “If you had faith the size of mustard seed, you could say to this mulberry tree, ‘Be uprooted and planted in the sea,’ and it would obey you.”  What might this mean for us and our faith lives?  We look into that with Rev. Don Hanna's sermon titled Faith That Begins With Me. We will also be celebrating communion with people around the globe for World Communion Sunday at our 10:30 worship service. The church is located at 330 San Juan. Come and join us. All are welcome.  Our website is: www.alampres.org



White Cross

Memorial

tomorrow



LA JARA — St. Joseph Parish hosts its 3rd Annual White Cross Memorial to the Pre-born on October 5. All are welcome to join us as we prayerfully plant white crosses on the lawn of Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church in token memorial to the 166 lives lost per hour to abortion in our country.

Sponsorships of individual crosses are accepted gratefully to fund the work of the St. Joseph Parish Pro-Life Committee. Suggested donation is $20. Please call the parish office for details at 274-5304.

The schedule for Our Lady of the Valley Church’s 3rd Annual White Cross Memorial on Oct. 5 is: 8 a.m. Holy Hour; 9 a.m. Mass; 10 a.m. prayerful march through La Jara with cross planting upon our return to the church, followed by fellowship.

“Choose life, therefore, that you may live.” (Deuteronomy 30:19.)



Pentecostal Church

changes

schedule



ALAMOSA — The Alamosa Pentecostal Church, 184 East Second Street, announces new service times. Bible study is Wednesdays at 7 p.m., Sunday school, 1 to 1:45 p.m. and a worship service with Pastor Carl Sutter will be from 2 to 3 p.m. Call: 589-0475



Women’s

conference next weekend



ALAMOSA — “Finding Calm in Life’s Chaos” is the theme of this year’s Southern Colorado Women’s Conference at Calvary Bible Chapel in Alamosa.

The conference is scheduled Friday and Saturday, Oct. 11 and 12, at Calvary Bible Chapel, 7160 Brush Lane, Alamosa. Sessions begin Friday evening at 7 p.m. and continue at 9 a.m. on Saturday with continental breakfast and lunch included.

Guest speaker will be Becky Harling, author and speaker from Arvada, whose theme text will be from Psalm 107:20, “He maketh the storm a calm.” Becky uses the “I Am” statements of Jesus to show He will meet every need we have.

Music will once again be shared by the popular group Cross Walk.

Cost is $40 for the entire conference or $10 for Friday evening only. Send checks made payable to CBCWF to Calvary Bible Chapel, 7160 Brush Lane, Alamosa 81101. Reservations are essential by Monday, Oct. 7. Scholarships are available.

Call: 378-2414 or 480-2352.



Week of Prayer Oct. 13-19



ALAMOSA — "I Will Do a New Thing" is the theme for the Week of Prayer October 13-19, 6:30-8 p.m. nightly at the Alamosa Seventh-day Adventist Church at Clark and Craft just north of McDonald’s in Alamosa.

All are welcome to join in prayer together.



40 Days

for Life



ALAMOSA — Alamosa will join the worldwide movement to protect mothers and babies and save lives through 40 Days for Life from September 25-November 3.

Recognizing that “with God, all things are possible,” Alamosa is joining with hundreds of other cities for this fall’s global 40 Days for Life, the largest internationally coordinated pro-life mobilization in history.

Call: 719-568-1927 or visit the web page www.40daysforlife.com



Divorced or separated?



MONTE VISTA —  Calvary Baptist Church in Monte Vista is offering a weekly divorced and singles group that started on Thurs., Oct. 3, 7 p.m., 2160 Sherman, 852-5090.














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