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Christian living weekend events planned

Published 10:37am Thursday, February 27, 2014 Updated 12:45pm Thursday, February 27, 2014

An educational weekend for those interested in furthering their knowledge about Christian living is planned at 9 a.m. Saturday at Trinity Lutheran Church.

Offerings include a class on the study of the Lutheran faith.

This class is always open to any member who would like a refresher course in the confessions of the Lutheran doctrines and also to new people who want to learn more about the teachings of the Lutheran faith.

Contact Pastor Deterding (736-4869) or to link into the class.

On Sunday, at Zion Lutheran Church in Alexandria, an area-wide family gathering age all ages, children through grandparents is scheduled with speaker Dr. John Saleska.

He is a former professor at Ft Wayne, Ind., Seminary, is an excellent speaker and will engage folks of all age levels.

There will also be sessions on Marriage-Connecting to the Core; and a daily devotional walk with God.

Child care will be provided for infants to age 4.

Call Trinity at 736-4869 or for more information and/or for rides.  Everyone is welcome.


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