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San Francisco de Asis Catholic Church: Fr. Pat will preach the Gospel of Matthew 18:15-20. Date Night, Thursday, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Come share a special evening with your spouse looking at how to deepen your intimacy and rekindle the flame of joy that brought you together. 1600 E. Route 66. 779-1341.

Bell Garden Buddhist Center: Group meditation each Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. The meditation sessions are open to anyone who would like to attend. The meditation rotates between calm abiding (shamata), cultivating love (tonglen) and looking deeply (vipassana). 2708 N. Fourth St., Suite B-3. 526-5007.

Ponderosa Baptist Church: Sunday Bible Study, Sunday morning worship, Sunday evening worship and Wednesday night prayer meeting. Nursery Care is provided each service. 2575 E. Seventh Ave. 226-0822.

Episcopal Church of the Epiphany: The Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost: The Rev. Jan James preaches and celebrates “Reconciliation” at all services this weekend. Faith Formation (Sunday School through fifth grade) resumes Sunday during the 10:30 a.m. service. The Senior Choir resumes singing at most 10:30 Sunday services. And we celebrate all the works of Epiphany with our Annual Ministry Showcase, from 9 to 10:20 a.m. and after the 10:30 service. From 4:30 to 7 p.m. is Epiphany Movie Afternoon, featuring “Khumba” and “Race the Sun.” Bring $4 for pizza, your comfy jammies and a pillow. 423 N. Beaver St. 774-2911.

Apostolic Faith Ministries: Pastor Paul will speak on “He that hath ears let him hear.” Sunday School for the little ones. Thursday night Bible studies continue on the Holy Ghost. 2717 N. Fourth St., Suite 190. 526-5475.

Hope Community Church: This week’s message, “I’ll Love Only You” by Pastor Dave Reynolds, will be taken from Exodus 20:14 and Proverbs 7. 3700 N. Fanning Drive. 526-0677.

Unity Church of Flagstaff: Elizabeth Caspian will be speaking on “Allowing Peace of Mind by Fostering Heart Vision.” A meditation is included in the service and children’s Sunday school is available. The service will be followed by the Youth Ed Fundraiser Brunch. 6134 Black Bill Road. 526-8893.

Beacon Unitarian Universalist Congregation: Religious Exploration classes for children and youth begin, led by Director of Religious Education Alisa Ashley and a dedicated team of volunteers. The choir will sing, led by Music Director Erika Palm-Kessenich. The Interim Minister, the Rev. Joanne Giannino, will preach on “Welcome, Come In.” After worship: the annual congregational picnic. 510 N. Leroux St. 779-4492.

Center for Spiritual Living, Flagstaff: The speaker Sunday will be the Rev. Eunice Chalfant. She will open our September theme of “The Spirit of Prayer” with “The Prayer of Presence.” 2384 N. Steves Blvd. 522-9103.

Calvary Bible Church: During the adult Sunday School, Pastor Newman will continue the series on the Ministry of the Holy Spirit. At the morning service, Kevin Newman exposits on “Stubbornness and Suspension” from Romans 10:1 - 4. Children’s Church will continue with the lesson “Moses Addresses The People.” The church Elders meet at 4 p.m. At the Sunday evening service, Pastor Newman will exposit on “The Fall of Babylon” from Revelation 18. AWANA begins Monday at 6:15 p.m. for registration and assignment to teams and Pizza Pizzazz. The Elders and Deacons meet on Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the church. Also on Tuesday, at 6 p.m., the Sisters meet at the church. On Wednesday at 7 p.m., Bob Richardson will continue the study of the Book of Genesis. A prayer meeting follows the Bible study. On Saturday, Sept. 13, Bob Richardson will lead a service at the Sunshine Rescue Mission. This service begins at 7 p.m. 6555 Townsend-Winona Road. 526-3126.

Mt. Calvary Ev. Lutheran Church (WELS): Pastor Fred Piepenbrink will be our worship leader. Worship service is followed by Fellowship and Bible Class. 2605 N. Fort Valley Road. 814-2870.

Living Christ Lutheran Church: Pastor Ann Johnson will speak on “Jesus, the Great Healer” from Matthew 18:15-20. Everyone is welcome for communion. Stay after worship for refreshments and fellowship time. 6401 N. US Highway 89. 526-8595.

Grace Fellowship Full Gospel Church: Sunday morning service. 520 N. Switzer Canyon Drive. 774-6304.

Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church: Saturday evening simple spoken word service, Sunday early morning contemporary service, or late morning traditional service. Pastor Tim Swanson will give his sermon titled, “Move into the Community.” This is also our Service Sunday titled “God’s Work Our Hands.” After the late morning service we will be going over to Lutheran Campus Ministries and from there participating in the community service project for the day. We will all be wearing our yellow shirts. 1601 N. San Francisco St. 774-4832.

Trinity Heights United Methodist Church: Join us this Communion Sunday as Pastor Ron Bartlow shares a message on “The Open Invitation” and scripture from 1 Corinthians 11 and Luke 14. Communion is open to all who attend. Our Traditional worship service is first and our Contemporary worship service with a praise band is second. Children’s choir begins this Sunday at 10 a.m. and Youth Sunday school begins this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Kid’s Prayer Force and Moms in Prayer begin this Thursday at 6 p.m. after Trinity Heights Night Dinner. 3600 N. Fourth St. 526-1397.

Flagstaff Christian Fellowship: “We Wish to See Jesus” will be Pastor Cole’s message from John 12:20-24. Two Sunday services, Children’s Church, Children’s Worship, Children’s Sunday School, Youth Sunday School. We will be doing baptisms at the beginning of second service. A new Adult Sunday School series on Relationships taught by Christian Young will start next Sunday at 11 a.m. in the Fireside Room. At 6 p.m., Steve Cole will share about a recent ministry trip to South Korea and the College Group will meet for dinner, worship and a message in the Fireside Room. Women’s Bible Study, a John Piper DVD series “The Blazing Center” Tuesdays at 9:15 a.m. and Wednesday at 7 p.m. The FCF Youth Group meets on Wednesdays 7-9 p.m. and MOPS will meet again on Thursday, Sept. 18 at 9 a.m. “Harvest America” online event with Greg Laurie will be hosted by FCF on Oct. 5 at 6 p.m. To learn more about this event go to 123 S. Beaver St. 774-3603.

Peace Lutheran Church: Deacon Gary Melvin will speak on “Like a Child” from Matthew 18:1-7. Communion will be served at both services. Refreshments, adult Bible Study, and children’s Sunday School are between services. Peace Lutheran Church, 3430 N. Fourth St. 526-9578.

Flagstaff Federated Community Church: Pastor Jessica Goad will lead worship this Sunday. The title for the sermon is “Around the Table” based on Luke 14: 1, 7-14. New program on the first Sunday of each month called “Around the Table,” a potluck brunch and short service project in Rees Hall starting at 9:30 a.m. Two new classes for adults start Sunday — a video and discussion of “Embracing an Alternative Orthodoxy: Richard Rohr on the Legacy of St. Francis,” and a study and discussion of Ursula King’s “Christian Mystics: Their Lives and Legacies Throughout the Ages.” 400 W. Aspen Ave. 774-7383.

Church of the Resurrection: Communion Sunday. Pastor Bob Norton will present the first of a series on “Desiring God” and our yearning for happiness. The book “Desiring God” by John Piper is being sold for $10 and everyone is encouraged to join one of the eight neighborhood discussion groups offered through the week. Interested in membership? Our next class is Wednesday at 7 p.m. Come cheer on our coed softball team Thursday night as they finish out the season with a tourney at Thorpe Park fields. Our women’s ministry is looking forward to the Beth Moore live simulcast coming up next Saturday. Sign up now by calling the church office. 740 W. University Heights Drive South 699-2715.

First Congregational Church: The Rev. Kenneth McIntosh will speak on “Family Stories” this Sunday. The scripture readings are Exodus 12:1-4, Psalm 149 and Mark 14:12-16, 22-25. The Sacrament of Communion will be served, it is an open invitation for all. A time for fellowship follows worship. Nursery care for children under the age of 3, Sunday school for all other children. 740 N. Turquoise Drive. 774-0890.

Flagstaff Forest Church — Where is Your Wilderness: Today, 10 a.m. Meet at the Aspen Corner on Snowbowl Road. We will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act. Roughly one mile round-trip. Carpooling recommended as parking is limited. 699-7384.

Flow Church: This Sunday, Pastor Ryan Giles preaches on “The Resurrected Life.” 2608 Steves Blvd. 853-0851.

Heichal Baoranim Synagogue: Lori Pearlmutter will lead Erev Shabbat Services on Friday. On Saturday, Sept. 13, there will be a Shabbat morning service led by Leslie Thatcher. 2609 N. Patterson Blvd. 527-8747.

Youth for our Families Sabbath Fellowship: Young adult meeting and vegan potluck Thursday. 2152 N. Fourth St., Suite 106. 221-1696.

Flagstaff Vipassana Sangha: Join us every Monday evening for teachings, meditation and discussion, mostly from the Theravada tradition. 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 are also held in Williams at 1111 Stockmens Road and at the Shrine of the Ages on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Check or “Locations and Schedules” at 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).  

Flagstaff Freethinkers: Sunday morning coffee and discussion for skeptics and nontheists. Kickstand Kafe, 719 N. Humphreys St. 699-2877.


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