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You're invited! The Magic Valley Trivia Challenge is a community wide event where 3 member teams representing local businesses test their knowledge by answering trivia questions.
The event includes a dinner buffet (provided by the best restaurants in Twin Falls), dessert, entertainment and door prizes.
Proceeds support the Twin Falls Lions Sight and Hearing services and The Salvation Army community charity work.
Tickets $20 on sale at Twin Falls Sewing Center, The Salvation Army or any Lions Club Member.
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Journey United Methodist Church is new in the neighborhood. We are have a Spring Ahead Celebration at 4880 E. Bonanza Rd. Suite 5, Las Vegas, NV 89110
For our neighbors to get to know us.
Saturday, March 7 from 3 until 6 pm.
Come meet our Sunday School instructors, our youth, United Methodist Women and Men, our Music Director and Pastor Ann Thomas.
Light refreshments will be served
Door prizes every 1/2 hour - you must be present to win.
Our worship is held on Sundays at 9:30 am
Location: Eldorado High School in the Old Theater
1139 Linn Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89110
Look forward to seeing you there.
Messhiah's Christian Fellowship
Church Rummage Sale
Sat. April 11th
8am–2pm • Church Parking Lot
4226 S. Durango Dr. Ste 14A
Las Vegas, NV 89147
Come out for our second annual MCF Church Rummage Sale!
We will be having a BIG parking lot sale of unfound treasures.
Come out and enjoy donuts in the morning and hotdogs in the afternoon.
You can't miss out, the early bird gets the worm!
DAVE RAMSEY'S FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY is coming to Washington Heights Church in Ogden starting March 5. Visit www.daveramsey.com.
Call Of Duty: God's Army is a youth event held at Jesus Is Lord Church, 37 Marion Dr. Las Vegas, NV 89110, for ages 13 to 24, from 6:00pm to 8:30pm. This will be a military themed event dedicated to our brothers and sisters in the military. There will be beautiful music, amazing testimonies, awesome special numbers by our dance team, and a powerful message by Pastor Neil Makaveskis, and of curse the food. All youth is invited and any military personnel is more than welcome to come to this event. Hope to see you there, take care and God Bless!!!
Relay for Life is a community gathering where everyone can participate in the fight against cancer. Teams of people attend the event held at Foothill High School track and take turns walking the track. Each team is asked to have a representative on the track at all times during the event - because cancer never sleeps!
There are venders, activities for the whole family, live entertainment & lots of fundraising at the event! Lots of free stuff for registered survivors & caregivers too. Click on the link to see more about starting your own team, donating to relay, or registering independently as a survivor or caregiver. All are welcome.
My personal team is Anne's Journey.
Join us for a FREE community block party celebrating the upcoming Easter holiday. Enjoy FREE hotdogs, crafts, face painting, cupcakes, a silent auction, bouncy houses and an Easter egg hunt starting at noon!
In the Pop Squires park in the Village of Centennial Hills. Located near Farm and Tule Springs in Centennial Hills.
On Saturday, February 28 from 9am to 2pm Holy Spirit Lutheran Church will host “Reflections on Grief, Loss and Spirituality".
This discussion will be led by Joe and Penny Hauser. Joe served as a pastor for 30 years, then as a substance abuse therapist and program director. Joe also served as a faculty member teaching at a Native American tribal college in Montana. Penny was a psychiatric nurse for 30 years working as a therapist and administrator in inpatient and outpatient settings. She, too, concluded her career teaching at the Native American tribal college in Montana.
Penny is the author of “Broken by Addiction, Blessed by God-a woman’s path to sustained recovery” and Penny and Joe co-authored, “Filling the God-shaped Void-a book of daily meditations.”
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Church takes Ash Wednesday to the Streets
On Ash Wednesday, February 18th, Ascension Episcopal Church will be offering “Ashes to Go,” a new approach to a centuries-old Christian tradition, at the corner of Shoshone and Main from 12:00 noon to 1:00 PM.
Ascension Church is part of a new nationwide movement that has clergy and lay people visiting transit stops, street corners, coffee shops, and college campuses to mark the foreheads of interested passers-by with ashes and invite them to repent of past wrongdoing and seek forgiveness and renewal.