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Awaken Your Masterful Self Tour: 7-10 p.m. Robert Tennyson Stevens, author of “Conscious Language: The Logos of Now,” will be demonstrating his techniques for using language, thought and feeling to upgrade your relationships and your prosperity in a real way. Tuesday: Free Intro to Mastery Systems. Wednesday: Free Intro to Sacred Body Language Translation & Bio Optic Holography. Thursday: Conscious Prosperity, $44. Beacon Unitarian Universalist Church, 510 Leroux St. 814-9216.

Unity Church of Flagstaff: Our music team is presenting the message and the music this Sunday as part of our CommUnity Musings and Music series. Meditation is included in the service and children’s program is available. Fellowship time follows the service. 6134 Black Bill Road. 526-8893.

Center for Spiritual Living, Flagstaff: Our speaker for Sunday will be Lee Carlson, RScP who will wrap up our June theme of Creativity. 2384 N. Steves Blvd. 522-9103.

Living Christ Lutheran Church: Join Pastor Gwen Brandfass will speak on “Jesus and Peter” from John 21:15-19. Everyone is welcome for communion. Stay after worship for refreshments and fellowship time. 6401 N. US Highway 89. 526-8595.

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 “Groaning and Glory” from Romans 8:18. At the evening service, Newman will preach on “The Coming World Leader” from Revelation 13:1-10. On Wednesday at 7 p.m., Bob Richardson will lead a Bible Study on Genesis 15. A prayer meeting follows the Bible Study. 6555 Townsend Winona Road. 526-3126.

Flagstaff Christian Fellowship: “Overcoming Faith” from John 11:17-27 will be Pastor Steve Cole’s message for Sunday followed by communion. This is Call 2 Fall Sunday, A Call to Fall on Our Knees in Prayer, join us at 11 a.m. in the Fireside Room for Power of Prayer. The Boone Family will share about their recent mission trip to Poland in the evening in the Sanctuary. Women’s Bible Study topic: “How to Study” by going through 2 Peter. On July 8 we will have a Women’s Worship Night from 7-9 p.m. 123 S. Beaver St. 774-3603.

Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church: Contemporary and Traditional worship services Sunday morning. Spoken Word service late Saturday afternoon. Holy Communion at all. Pastor Swanson’s message will be an exploration/explanation of the day’s scripture lessons. Fellowship and refreshments after the Contemporary service. Then Bible study for adults and activities for the children. 1601 N. San Francisco St. 774-4832.

Trinity Heights United Methodist Church: On Sunday Pastor Gary Prichard shares a message titled “’The Time Has Come,’ the Walrus said ...” based on Mark 2:1-12. This will be Pastor Gary’s last Sunday at Trinity Heights; next week we welcome pastors Ron and Lynn Bartlow. Our Traditional worship service is followed by Contemporary worship service with a praise band. Summer Sunday school and Fellowship Hour will be between services. We will be hosting a Blood Drive on Sunday July 6 from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. in our front parking lot, walk-ins are welcome.  Our Prayer Shawl Ministry will meet on July 9 and 22 at 1 p.m., all are welcome to attend. 3600 N. Fourth St. 526-1397.

Peace Lutheran Church: Deacon Mark Freeman presents the lesson “Sword/Peace?” this week from Matthew 10:34-42. Join us for adult Bible study, children’s Sunday School, and refreshments between services. 3430 N. Fourth St. 526-9578.

Flagstaff Federated Community Church: This Sunday, the Rev. Stu Cameron will deliver the message, “Elisha’s Story.” There will be a celebration between services to honor Pastor Stu’s service to the church as interim pastor. Rev. Jessica Goad will begin her first Sunday as pastor at Federated Church on July 6. United Blood Services will host a blood drive at Federated Church on Sunday, July 27, from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. in Rees Hall. 400 W. Aspen Ave. 774-7383.

Episcopal Church of the Epiphany: Third Sunday after Pentecost; the Rev. Jan James preaches “God’s Gift of Freedom” at all services. Adult Forum is “on vacation” until July, when we will discuss Planning for the End of Life. EYC will meet at 1 p.m. to help an Epiphany member with some yard work, in preparation for our July 20 trip to Wet ‘n Wild; please check the current Newsletter for more information. 423 N. Beaver St. 774-2911.

Church of the Resurrection: On this special patriotic Sunday join us for worship and Pastor Bob Norton’s message on “The church of the Holy Spirit” based on Paul’s life and legacy. Our VBS kids will be joining us with an energetic song “Jesus is My Super Hero.” We will also be honoring our veterans and those who serve in the armed forces. After our second service is a special congregational meeting for members of Church of the Resurrection to vote regarding the election of Ernie DeVries and David Land as ruling elders. Coming soon for women of the church is a morning class on “Learning to Pray in 28 Days.” 699-2715.

Sovereign Grace Church: Our church will not be meeting at Thomas Elementary School this coming Sunday. Instead we will be meeting out at Dogtown Lake for a church family camp over the weekend. If there is an interest to join us please contact Pastor Tom at 266-6897.

First Congregational Church UCC: For this Third Sunday after Pentecost, the Rev. Kenneth McIntosh will speak on “Hearing God Wrong” using Matthew 10:40-42 as the focal text. Nursery care for children under the age of three, Sunday School for all other children. A time for fellowship following worship. 740 N. Turquoise Drive. 774-0890.

Apostolic Faith Ministries: Brother Perez will speak on “There is Power in the Name of Jesus.” Sunday School for the little ones. 2717 N. Fourth St., Suite 190. 526-5475.

Kairos Outside of Northern Arizona: Informational meeting today, 9:30-11 a.m. KONAZ is an inter-denominational ministry supporting women who have been incarcerated or have loved ones who are or were previously incarcerated. In a safe and loving environment, women interact with other women who are in similar situations, strengthening each other for the challenges they  face. Call 607-9300 for location and additional information.

Beacon Unitarian Universalist Congregation: New summer service time is 10 a.m. Ruth Roazen and Worship Associate Susan Wall will speak on “Common Threads Through Time: Liberty, Holiness and Love; Freedom, Fellowship, Character and Service in Religion.” We offer Religious Exploration to children ages 2 or 3 and older. 510 N. Leroux St. 779-4492.

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

San Francisco de Asis Parish: Solemnity of Ss. Peter and Paul, Apostles. Our mission Priest will preach the Gospel of Matthew 16:13-19. 1600 E. Route 66. 779-1341.

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

Vipassana Buddhist Meditation: Join us every Monday evening for teachings, meditation and discussion. This weekly event is sponsored by the Flagstaff Vipassana Sangha which is a group of people that explore Buddhist meditation practices and teachings 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 Dr. and, for young single adults, 239 E. Saunders Dr. 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).


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