Christmas Concert with Handbells and Handchimes

2019-11-05 17:12:00 dporzel

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Celebrate the Sounds of Christmas Featuring Jonathan Beyer

2019-10-26 09:40:07 dporzel

 

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On Friday, December 13th  at 7:00 p.m.  Christ Lutheran Church presents the famous baritone Jonathan  Beyer as he and others perform an evening of sacred and secular Christmas music . An evening not to miss.  Tickets to be sold after each service beginning on November 9th. Advanced tickets: Adult $20, at the door $25, Child 12 and under $10. Please call the church office for more information.  (708) 349-0431

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IN THE BEGINNING…

2019-10-19 11:52:20 dporzel

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Faith Lutheran Church (Oak Lawn) is hosting a Seminar on Science and Scripture, presented by Dr. Michael Young, on Saturday, November 23, from 8:30 to noon. There will be two sessions: Science & Christianity and Science & Creation. A continental breakfast and lunch will be served. The cost is $5/adult; students age 18 and under are free. To register call 708-424-1059.

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PALOS HEALTH

2019-10-19 11:49:13 dporzel

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PALOS HEALTH is offering the following free classes during the month of November: Diabetes: What You Need to Know (November 5), Suicide Prevention (November 7), and Nutrition & Cancer Care (November 14). Call Palos Health at 708-226-2300 to register to attend.

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NOW OPEN: “RELIGIOUS CHANGE AND PRINT, 1450-1700”

2017-10-14 12:50:09 dporzel

NOW OPEN: “RELIGIOUS CHANGE AND PRINT, 1450-1700” Now open to the public through December 27, 2017, plan your visit to the Newberry Library to see this exhibit. Featuring over 150 objects from the Newberry’s collection, “Religious Change and Print, 1450-1700” views the Reformation through the eyes of the people who experienced the social, cultural, and political transformations it thrust into their lives. Guided public tours are available free of charge on select dates. For more information, visit www.newberry.org.

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