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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 10, 1998, Nashua, New Hampshire Religion digesting tribute slated at 1st Baptist Church Nasir a a ecumenical service marking the 16th Martin i lither King ii tribute will he held it the i list Baptist c Hutch. 121 Manchester St., on sunday. Jan is at 4 . 1 he keynote speaker will he Bishop c Hoate of the Ness England pentecostal ministries Iii Pelham music will be provided is the adult Anil South choirs of i list Baptist and the Ness Fellowship Church and the pentecostal ministries Chou voices of Praise child care is ill be provided and refreshments is ill be served. I very one is invited to questions part of Iii Sermon Nashua Quot what must i do to be saved is the Sermon topic sunday at to . At the i Tanan i universalist Church at i Osvell St although March heard in us circles. The question of salvation extends across the conservative to spectrum. I he Rev. Steve i i Tigon will discuss salvation in terms of completeness or wholeness. Of fulfilment Iii this life and out Pursuit of it visitors Are Welcome. Hie Church is accessible to handicapped people at the Lirose Street Entrance. Heating devices Are available Foi the heal ing implored. Sunday school classes Are held for children and care is available for infants and toddlers. For More information Call the Church office at ss2-kw1 or Access the Church s web site at nil Assw i i Fellowship holding youth rally Nashua irate Fellowship Hutch. 44 main St., is holding the is in negation youth rally on sunday from 6 30 to 8 30 . Youth from various Nashua area churches will be challenged to be an arms called to purity As Well As to prayer for their friends and schools. A Sideo documentary on the Quot see you at the pole Quot movement will be shown along with music videos personal testimonies from local youth and a time of prayer in Small groups Tot local Junior and senior High campuses. All Junior and senior High youth from area churches Are invited to this event. For More information Call Dale at s83-8273. Ext. 16.feast of lights set at Keene Parish Al Fri Hie Parish of St. James Church. 44 West St., will celebrate an Epiphany feast of eights on sunday at 4 . Hie Epiphany of our Ford Jesus Brist is a festive occasion of music word celebrating our Ford Jesus Christ s manifestation to the gentiles and Jesus first Miracle at the wedding in Cana of Galilee along with god s theophany in the Dominical sacrament of to speak to aglow Fellowship Manchester Hie Manchester chapter of women s aglow Fellowship is holding its monthly meeting monday at Blake s family restaurant 53 Daniel Webster Highway. North Manchester. Missionary and evangelist ins policy is the speaker. L ins is a permanent location change. Fellowship will be at 7 15 . Followed is the meeting at Quot All. Donation is $2. And Blake s menu will be available at a charge. Over the c Christmas holidays the group visited i Home Tor the elderly and distributed Lovely homemade c Christmas stockings tilled up with crafts and other goodies. Members also distributed stockings and other miscellaneous items to the shut ins. Policy is involved with front line missions and ministries. Ellis ministry has Home and abroad Mission groups primarily focusing on Guatemala. She has a master s degree in divinity and sacred literature. Previously taught at Zion Bible Institute is a Retreat and seminar speaker. I he group meets the third monday of each month with the exception of s lecture on a persistence of belief Manous r the Hampshire humanities Council invites area residents to a free Public lecture on wednesday at 7 30 . At Derry Field school River Road. Speaker will be the Rev Peter j Gomes. Harvard professor minister and author of a the Good Book. He will speak on a a Hie religious dimension that will not quit the persistence of belief in a secular Bot More information Call the new Hampshire humanities Council at 224-4071 or visit its web site at to Lead meditation session Manchester the mind body spirit connection is ill be explored thursday from 7 to 0 . At Brookside congregational Church As Facilitator Carol i mento leads an a introduction to mindfulness mediation mento is a psycho therapist in Pri vat practice in Bedford. She has been facilitating the Art of meditation program at St. Joseph Hospital Tor the past four years. I his program is based on the Model Tor stress reduction developed is Jon at the i mass medical Center. Mento also serves As an interviewer at the i mass Center Tot mindfulness and As an instructor Iii psych blogs and behavioural science at the College for i itching learning. Participants ate reminded til weal comfortable clothes and bring a Pillow and Blanket. For More information Call 666-2807.Rev. Diorio plans Healing service the Rev Ralph a. Diorio will officiate at a session of prayer i Uch Aristle service and Healing Blessing on sunday Jan. 25. At i 1 30 . At Sturbridge Host hotel. Sturbridge. Mass. Because of limited seating space tickets must be ordered by mail before thursday. For ticket information Call 508 701 of hosting talk on israeli issues of Kra As Israel approaches its 50th birthday. It Hayim synagogue on Friday. Jan. 30 is ill Host a discussion is two israeli lawyers a palestinian and a jew. On key issues of israeli life including the role of religion and the status of non jews in Israel. Hie program is presented in cooperation with the new Israel fund. I lie evening will begin with shabbat services at 7 15 and then move into discussion at 7 45. The speakers. Jamil Dakar and olm i Kaufman Are both new Israel fund civil Berties Fellows. Dakar is a palestinian israeli Lawvey from Haifa. He received his i i b from Lei Avis University Iii june of 10%. And was admitted to the israeli bar a year later. Ile worked for Adalah the Legal Center for Arab minority rights in is Rael before coming to Washington. Do. Kaufman also received his Law degree from Lei Avis University. He clerked for supreme court Justice men Shamgar. And practice Security. Criminal and constitutional Hiss at the firm of Amnon Ziehr oni before coming to Washington. A flus synagogue program is the first in a series on issues in jewish life. Upcoming Iii february is a talk is Mas Gruber of Manchester who spent time working with the Israel religious action Center in Israel. The Center is the leading advocacy group on matters of religion and state in Israel. It works to promote tile progressive jewish values of religious pluralism and tolerance in Israel. This program is free and open to the Public. Snow Date is Jan. 31 at 11 30 . For More information Call 432-Ihh 4. The synagogue holds services at Church of the transfiguration. I Hood Road l Ouis a. Rieser is the prayer Retreat slated in Hudson Hudson the oblate Retreat House will be hosting a Maize prayer Retreat Over the Jan. 30-feb. I weekend to Sample the music arid the spirituality of Maize. Presenters will be the Rev. Tom Horan. O m Iwho hosts the Maize prayer at oblate Retreat House. Along with Rosalie Kelly. Who coordinates the Day away program at St. John Neumann Parish. Merrimack i hey will share the Retreat weekend in the spirit of a pilgrimage to Maize. The Maize Community founded is Brothel Roger is located Iii the Village of Maize in Eastern France. Flies Are Well known for their prayer style which incorporates chant Petiti onary prayer silence and contemplation. For More information Call 882-8141.writer on catholicism Albert Nevins is dead in w York a the Rev. Al Bert Nevins. A past president of the Catholic press association and author of several religious books and documentaries Tor Young people. Has died at age 82. The Rev. Nevins of Tampa Fla. Was a priest at the Mary Knoll society near Ossining . For 55 seats he died there Dee. 15. According to a spokeswoman for the Catholic foreign Mission society of America As the society is formally known. For 16 years the Rev. Nevins wrote a weekly column known As father Sheedy for our sunday v Isi Tor. A National Catholic newspaper he edited. He also edited the Pope Speaks a publication of papal documents and speeches diaconate a Magazine for permanent deacons in the United states and Nova a monthly homily service for parishes. The Rev. Nevins was editor for Maryknoll the Field afar Magazine and received the Maria moors Cabot Gold medal at Columbia University for his contributions to a better understanding of latin America and the Caribbean. He also wrote children s books and produced several documentary . Pastor grows his hair for cause grand Forks. . A the Rev. Dong Diehl is letting his hair grow for a cause. Nearly a year ago he told his congregation at Zion United methodist Church that he would t get a haircut until ground seas broken for a $500,000 addition to the Church. Then Spring floods inundated grand Forks and the Church. And Diehl s hair grew. His lengthy locks became a Symbol for the Church s growth. Dale Taylor chairman of Zion s administrative Council said a a few and Hoe groups have shown up with shovels ready to break but the Ponytail remains and what started As a half serious fundraising ploy became a bigger Deal after the flood. Quot so Many thought i would Cut it. And no one would notice after the Diehl said. In some ways. It has become a positive Symbol for people in the Church most people anyway and colleagues. It s become a sign of Hope that we Are still moving Church repairs Are nearly Eom. Plete. And two thirds of the $500,000 building fund has been pledged. Ground breaking could come As Early As summer but Diehl May Back out on his Deal. He told the congregation he May keep his hair Long. But trim. Quot some thought that would be he said. It seems a phenomenon of nature such a tall and massive tree humbled limbs Bent toward the ground by snowflakes so tiny and Light that they float through the Gray Winter sky. Yet. As they pile one upon the other they become a heavy Burden somehow the tree looks sad. Yet. This is no time to be sad for our creator sends the Sunshine and hour by hour the icy Burden melts from each Branch until the tree in its entirety has bounced Back to once More decorate the Winter landscape with Welcome greenery sometimes life seems to leave us cold and stooped by cares that pile upon our shoulders. Done to despair for god has a plan and a purpose for your life Trust him. Stand firm and do not let yourselves be burdened galatians 5 1 worship each week in your chosen Church or synagogue. Hear god s word in prayer and in Praise As your burdens slip away. Scriptures seeded by the american Bitte society pm pm 996 he Ste w am newspaper services p o boy 8005 Charlottesville a 22906 this timely message has been made possible by the following firms rices pharmacy 59 main St. Downtown Nashua 882-5153 Zis Sweeney funeral Home 26 Kinsley Street Nashua 882-3501 4 Raymond St. Nashua 883-8184 Mark d Fikel. Rabbi services Friday 8 of pm saturday 9 30 am min Anim Mon thurs 7 30 pm sunday 9 30 am Temple office hours Mon in 9 4 Faith Christian Center 466 South Kier he. Bedford no 622-6306 Hev Ken Anderson senior pastor sunday 9 30 am worship service 6 00 pm time of rehashing 6 30 pm Youn Faith or. High a teens Loving Nursery care Van rides available l Ait to Christian Academy otters Christian education or k 4 to 8th Grade 622-1530 Nashua presbyterian Church 16 Airport re 889-1170 turn off 101a at Bickford s it a a 9 00am contemporary worship Al to 30am traditional worship to 30am sunday school 6 child care congregation Beenu Joshua l Segal rabbi i Northern blvd anther Quot no it to w Titian in night services 8 of pm i St in family service 7 30 pm weekly religious school Dembe Stup into 886 1633 religious school lnlo_4, 4 time first congregational Church Babo Osic Lake rd., Merrimack a Bible preaching and teaching Church in the reformed tradition. Sun. Worship 1 0 45 _424-3947 first Baptist Church of Hudson 236 Central St. Hudson. No 882-b116 sunday school 3 yrs. To adult 9 15 morning worship 10 30 . Evening worship 6 30 i m Rev Jim Harrington Church Homepage a top cbaileve372 first him competent Nursery hearing aids everyone Welcome is the salvation army Montgomery ave Nashua new Hampshire a off Ken major 8 mrs Donald Merna ski sunday 9 45 am sunday school la of am morning worship 5 30 pm evening workshop tuesday 6 Dickerman Street 7 00 pm ladies Home league men s Fellowship i xekome1 f the first Baptist Church of Nashua an american Baptist Church 121 Manchester St 882-4512 a the temptation of Jesus Matthew 4 111 hebrews 4 12 16 worship 10 30 with children s time amp sunday school from 10 50-11 30 childcare provided pastor a Rev. Or. Margaret b. Haas sunday youth gasses 9am grades 7 12 adult sunday school 9 15 youth Ense die 5 30 pm Bapt St youth Fellowship 6 30 pm wednesday children s Cho Quot 6 30 c Chance choir 7 of j immaculate Conception Catholic i r h a renew Parish 214 e Dunstable re Tel. 888-0321 weekend masses sat 5 00 Folk mass Sun 7 30, 9 00, 10 30 and 12 noon daily mass at 9 00 a in unitarian universalist Church 58 Lowell Street 882 1091 sunday service 10 00 am Rev Stephen d Edigton minister a what must i do to be saved Church school childcare provided accessible for the physically challenged a a cd re his Community that affirms and encourages the mid Vida search Tor truth Community Chapel a Church of the Nazarene Rev. W. Glen Gardner pastor sunday worship 8 15 am 9 45 am 11 00 am amp 6 00 pm sunday school 9 45 am amp 11 00 am wednesday family service 7 00 pm 5 Saint Laurent St. Just Oft exit i it 883-8345 main Street United methodist Church i s t stain St. I to i ii us Iii n 882-3361 9 is amp Kos am worship senile a beginning anew Rev. David e. Svenson pastor 9 15 ton Church school 6 00 pm youth group i m Rei fivers for i of hard of hearing in ref i i Arf Wah Abie 595-0955 Merrimack Valley Baptist Church 101a amp Boston Post Road Merrimack no sunday services 8 30, 9 a is i Loo am 6 00 pm children s Church is Nursery am services adult is children s sunday school 9 45 is i Foo am wednesday Quot family Bible hour Quot Quot oops we French Christ crucified risen amp coming again Active teen and Young adult ministries a special seeds ministry biblical counselling Center Home of South Merrimack Christian schools Quot the Earth is but one country and Mankind its citizens Baha i Faith 883-6891 Christ the King i lither in Church i oat St it i Utheria i i ii 882 .142 Hurrih service holy i eucharist 8 00 am amp. 10 30 am Hristina i Din it Ion 9 15 am web wow Rev John r Spangier pastor i v angelic Al i lutheran i Hurt h in America Pill my Church conure Tiona u . 4 Watson Street 882 1801 a iou Hersl St i ast of i sit 7f i sunday worship 10 00 i it s a Star it s a Dove it s god Quot Matthew 3 13-17 Rey i Dix gird Koonz minister Cham Sisic Church 205 Manchester Street Nashua . 882-1055 Gary a. Steam or. Pastor Jim Warnock pastor Paul Boisvert minister of music sunday worship service 9 30 . Sunday school for All Ages 6 . Prayer and Praise 7 . Wednesday family night 7 . Nursery facilities available a a pentecostal Church preaching and teaching the word of god in Nashua Tinct 1958&Quot the first Church United Church of Christ i Concord St., Nashua . 8 30 worship 9 50 prelude 10 00 worship child care provided morning worship a friends for life friends in Christ John 15 12-17 guest preacher Rev. Benjamin cd. Crosby communion 6 Liturgy every wednesday 7 00 a Nursery paging system hearing Rev. Lames s. Chaloner Rev. Or. Jeffrey c. Evans. Associate minister Patricia a. Clement mid. Minister of Christian education or. Rabin Lnda director of music first Church is on the web at Christ presbyterian Church a Bible believing Church 595-8010 sunday worship i o of a in. Broad St. School. Nashua i Hill i Are provided preaching salvation through Jesus Christ Grace lutheran Church Missouri Synod 130 spit Brook re. Nashua 888-7579 wow Empire net gloms sunday worship 8 4 10 30am Nursery care provided youth Ai id adult Livatt Nikii to. Allahl Arlington St. United methodist Church sunday school 9 15 worship 10 30 Christmas eve i Amil Elight service 7 00 pm Hilda tire Handicap accessible Rev. Jeffrey Kress Faith Baptist Church of Nashua just minutes from anywhere in the greater Nashua area sunday school 10 00am sunday service 11 00am sunday evening 6 00pm wednesday Bible hour 7 00pm wednesday children a Bible club 7 00pm a vision for the world. A Home for your family 3 Pine Street 594-8800 to 0 St. Paul lutheran Church Wisconsin Synod 3craftsmen Lane Amherst. No 880-8574 sunday worship 9 30 . Sunday school and adult Bible class 10 45 am. Nursery available pastor Joel Petermann first Church of Christ scientist 115 c on Ord St. North of Greeley Park sacrament Sun 10 30 . Wed. 7 45 . Sunday school 10 30 . Ages 2 to 20 child care sunday is wednesday Reading room 168 main St. . 11-2 sat. 10-1 to place your and on the Church Page Call Terry Huntley at 594-6510. Deadline for new ads and copy changes wed. 3

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