RELIGION NOTES October 23-31 – Climate Change: “Why We Need to Care and What We Can Say,” in First-Plymouth, October 28; Donations needed for the collection of “A Warmer Day” coats and disaster assistance clean-up buckets at the First Presbyterian; Gifts of Love Needed at Citylight Church October 23 | Faith and values

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Kick off Gifts of Love and fundraising at Citylight Church – 11 a.m.-2 p.m. 23 October. Drop off gifts of gifts to give to those in need over Christmas, 2820 O St. More information and Wish List Gifts of Love: cityimpact.org/gifts-of-love.

Bereavement support group at Saint-Marc Church – 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturdays. It is a safe place to share with other people who are experiencing similar problems, feelings and to learn the tools to effectively navigate the grieving process. All are welcome, Vermeer Education Center, 8550 Pioneers Blvd.

Health Justice Lecture Series at Saint Paul United Methodist Church – 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays. Guest speakers including: October 26, Gayle Resh, Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, “Balanced Activity for Kids”; Nov 2, Ross Pacini, MD, invasive cardiologist at Bryan Heart, “Keeping Hearts Healthy”, 1144 M St. Must register: Saintpaulumc.org/healthspeakers21.

Open House at Hallam United Methodist Church – 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. November 6. Do your early Christmas shopping, items to buy including a bake sale, crafts and a variety of vendors. View and vote for your favorite Nativity set, 500 Main St., Hallam.

“Light up the night” at Christian Heritage – 6 pm-9pm December 9-11. Christmas driving light show, stay in your cars, enjoy a live nativity scene with thousands of lights, music, characters and a “Whoville” type Christmas themed campus, must pre-register , $ 20 per car, 14880 Old Cheney Road, Walton. More information: call Jen Olive at 402-310-0179. Register: Lightthenightforkids.org.


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