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Religion News: Services and announcements

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Hope Community Church: Pastor Dave Reynolds continues his “Believe” series with “Proof of Payment” from John 20:31. hope

flagstaff.org. 3700 N. Fanning Drive. 526-0677.

Center for Spiritual Living, Flagstaff: Our speaker on Sunday will be Steve Randall: with “Expressions of Joy.” Ponderosa High School, 2384 N. Steves Blvd. 522-9103.

Mt. Calvary Ev. Lutheran Church (WELS): Our worship leaders are Pastor Tim Henning, sermon, and Mark Williams, liturgy. Worship service is followed by fellowship hour. www.mtcalvaryflagstaff.org. 2605 N. Fort Valley Road. 814-2870.

Flagstaff Christian Fellowship: “Why Follow Jesus?” will be Steve Cole’s message from John 10:11-21. Children’s church will be followed by Sunday school. For the adults, we will have Power of Prayer in the Fireside Room. On Tuesday, the women’s ministry continues its crash course on Spiritual Gifts from 9:15-11 a.m., and a new women’s Bible study will start on June 10 and Wednesday, June 11. Mens and sons camping trip coming up June 13-15 at Ground Hog Lake, Colo. Vacation Bible school is June 23-27, 5:15-8:15 p.m. The Women’s Retreat will be at Lost Canyon in Williams, Oct. 3-5. fcfonline.org. 123 Beaver St. 774-3603.

Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church: Contemporary and traditional worship services Sunday morning; spoken-word worship service late this afternoon; Holy Communion at each. Pastor Swanson’s message is based on the day’s scripture lessons. Fellowship and refreshments after the contemporary service. Then, education classes for all ages between services. Vacation Bible school June 16-20, 9 a.m.-noon. Call the church office for more information. sothflagstaff.org. 1601. N. San Francisco St. 774-4832.

Trinity Heights UMC: On Sunday, Pastor Gary Prichard shares a message about John Wesley (1703-1791), who is the founder of the United Methodist Church. John Wesley, along with his brother Charles and friend George Whitefield, are credited with the foundation of the Evangelical Movement. The emphasis was to experience Jesus Christ personally. He will arrive on horseback Sunday and give his testimony. Our traditional worship service with a choir is followed by our contemporary worship service with a praise band with a Christian Education hour for all ages in between. We will have new members classes on June 1 and 8. Our Prayer Shawl Ministry will meet on Wednesday, June 4, at 1 p.m. Knitters and crocheters of all experience are welcome to join. thumc.com. 3600 N. Fourth St. 526-1397.

Peace Lutheran Church: This week, Deacon Mark Freeman presents the lesson, “I Bid You an Affectionate Farewell,” from John 14. Join us for adult Bible study and refreshments between services. peacelutheranflagstaff.org. 3430 N. Fourth St. 526-9578.

Flagstaff Federated Community Church: This Sunday, the Rev. Stu Cameron will deliver the message, “The Jailbird Sings,” based on Paul’s letter to the Philippians, chapter 1:1-18. This is “Noisy Can Sunday” for Imagine No Malaria. An offering will be collected during both services, so bring your coins. Vacation Bible school will be June 5-7 at Epiphany Episcopal Church. Register online. FlagstaffFederatedChurch.org. 400 W. Aspen Ave. 774-7383.

Episcopal Church of the Epiphany: Sixth Sunday of Easter; the Rev. Janetta Beaumont preaches “Discipleship and Spiritual Gifts” at all services. Episcopal Youth Community (EYC) meets for breakfast and lessons. Adult forum continues inquirers’ class for those interested in deepening their knowledge of the Episcopal Church or newcomers who might be interested in joining the church through confirmation; our session today is “The Authority of the Bible in the Episcopal Church.” Faith Formation continues our unit “Moving in the Spirit” with Making Connections. epiphanyaz.org. 423 N. Beaver St. 774-2911.

Church of the Resurrection: On Sunday, Pastor Bob will give the last message in his sermon series on fellowship based on Hebrews 10:23-25 called “Building Christian Communities.” Speaking of communities, we have three new neighborhood groups up and running. Tuesday night’s small group meets in Pine Canyon, Wednesdays in University Heights and Thursdays in Cheshire. Newcomers are welcome. Our women’s ministry kicks off June with two new Bible studies on “Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World.” One will be on Wednesday mornings, and the other on Tuesday nights. A women’s retreat on June 14 will be led by experienced bible teacher Linda Ellman. Call the church office to register and find out more. Finally, we unite with our northern Arizona community in praying for our firefighters and for the extinguishing of the Slide fire. cor-pca.org. 699-2715.

Heichal Baoranim Synagogue: Rabbi Nina Perlmutter will lead Shabbat morning services today. Please also join us Sunday at 1 p.m. for our adult education class. The topic will be Kabbalah in the Prayer Book. Come be surprised at how even the Reform siddur we use includes more than we imagined from the mystical strand in the Jewish braid. heichalbaoranim.org. 2609 N. Patterson Blvd. 527-8747.

Unity Church of Flagstaff: Member Nancy Green will be our speaker for this month’s CommUnity Musings and Music. Our musicians will also have special music for us. Meditation is included in the service and children program is available. Please stay for social gathering time following the service. unityofflagstaff.org. 6134 Black Bill Road. 526-8893.

Calvary Bible Church: In the adult Sunday school, Wayne Hampton will continue the series on the study of Dispensation Theology. At the morning service, Kevin Newman will exposit on “Married To Whom?” from Romans 7:1-6. Children’s Church will continue the study of the Life of Jesus with a lesson on the Genealogy of Jesus from Matthew 1:1-17 and Luke 3:23-38. At the Sunday evening service, Newman will preach on “A Temple For God” from Revelation 11:1 - 2. On Wednesday, at 6 p.m., we will have a congregational dinner. Following the dinner, Bob Richardson will lead a Bible study on Genesis 10. A prayer meeting follows the Bible study. calvarybiblechurchflagstaff.com. 6555 Townsend Winona Road. 526-3126.

San Francisco de Asis Catholic Parish: For Sunday Mass, Fr. Pat will preach the Gospel of John 14:15-21. San Francisco de Asis Church, 1600 E. Route 66. Memorial Day Mass will be celebrated at Calvary Cemetery, 210 W. University Avenue, at 10 a.m. There will be no 8:30 a.m. daily Mass at the church. sfdaparish.org. 779-1341.

Beacon Unitarian Universalist Congregation: Walking the Flagstaff Community Labyrinth Multigenerational Service on Sunday at Lone Tree Road at Brannen Circle. For centuries, labyrinths have been part of many cultures around the world. Walking a labyrinth in community with music (as we will do May 25) is a special and deep-shared meditation. The Flagstaff Community Labyrinth, perched on the edge of a small cliff, is made of 15-20 tons of lichen-covered lava boulders. It has a path length of a quarter mile; its wide lanes allow people to come and go at their own pace. Children are welcome to walk the labyrinth with a spirit of reverence or to enjoy the nearby play structure. Please arrive between 9:50 and 10:15; wear good walking shoes or boots. You will listen to meditative music while you walk (about 30 minutes), then share reflections in small groups (within sight of the kids) and depart 50-60 minutes after you arrive. Park near the intersection of Brannen Circle (not Avenue!) and Lone Tree Road (three blocks south of REI). beaconuu.com. 779-4492.

Sovereign Grace Bible Church: A lunch fellowship will follow the service and lunch fellowship. Tom Gindorf will continue with the exposition of the gospel of Matthew. sovereigngraceflagstaff.org. Thomas Elementary School gymnasium, 3300 E. Lockett Road. 266-6897.

Flagstaff Freethinkers: Meets Sundays at Kickstand Kafe for coffee and discussion. meetup.com/Flagstaff-Freethinkers. Kickstand Kafe, 719 N. Humphreys St. 699-2877.

Vipassana Buddhist Meditation: Every Monday evening, teachings, meditation and discussion. Flagstaff Vipassana Sangha explores Buddhist meditation practices and teachings mostly from the Theravada tradition. Following the regular meeting, there is an optional discussion. flagstaffvipassana.weebly.com. The Tibetan Center, Katog Jampel Sungling, 2708 N. Fourth St. 814-9851.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon): Sunday services held at four Flagstaff locations: 4165 S. Lake Mary Road, 625 E. Cherry Ave., 2401 E. Linda Vista Drive and for young single adults, 239 E. Saunders Drive. Meetings also take place in Williams at 1111 Stockmens Road and at the Shrine of the Ages on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Check azdailysun.com or “Locations and Schedules” at LDS.org for meeting times by ward/branch. Sunday services consist of sacrament meeting, Sunday school and special instruction for various age and interest groups (Priesthood Meeting for men, Relief Society for women, Young Men/Young Women for youth and Primary for children).

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