Church News: Week of April 14, 2018
Originally published Saturday, April 14, 2018 at 05:58a.m.
Please join us for the St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Yard Sale from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, April 14. The event is located at St. Luke’s, 2000 Shepherds Lane, Prescott. Enjoy the best flea market bargains on items like furniture, small appliances, electronics, tools, linen, art work — all while savoring a wide variety of home-baked goods for purchase. Prepare to have the best time ever while benefiting the mission of St. Luke’s. You may call St. Luke’s with any questions at 928-778-4499.
Ask the Angels will be presented from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, April 14, at the Elks Performing Arts Center, 117 E. Gurley St., 2nd Floor Dance Studio 2, in Prescott. Come with questions for spiritual guidance. $10 donation. Reservation required and seating is limited. Contact Debby at DTConsult@cableone.net or 928-772-6826.
First Congregational Church, 216 East Gurley Street, invites everyone to “Beatles Sunday” at the 10:30 a.m. worship service Sunday, April 15. The songs of the Beatles will be used throughout the service. Joel Gall and Jen Harvey will be the musical guests.
Pastor John is teaching a series call “Battles We Face.” Each week a different topic will be discussed to help overcome life’s challenges using Biblical principles. This week will take a look at “Freedom in Forgiveness” at 10:30 a.m. at Alliance Bible Church, 2601 W. Iron Springs Road, Prescott. 928-776-1549.
March of Remembrance is a Christian prayer walk held annually in remembrance of the Shoah (Holocaust) and has become a connecting point for people everywhere who wish to observe Yom HaShoah (Day of Holocaust Remembrance) in their local communities through public prayer and memorial events. Ahava B’Shem Yeshua will be joining in a special March of Remembrance at 1 p.m. Sunday, April 15, at the courthouse plaza. Bring your Israeli flags and shofars!
We want to keep the lessons of the Holocaust alive and remembered. We are volunteers who provide resources for others to plan special memorial events in their localities for creating a public platform for Shoah survivors and their descendants to give testimony to the next generations.
March of Remembrance is the American sister of the global March of Life movement which began in Germany (2007) and has engaged hundreds of cities and churches for national campaigns of public prayer and remembrance across the United States, Germany, Ukraine, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Austria, Hungary, Switzerland, France, Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay, Peru, Bolivia, Belarus, Columbia, Canada, Ireland, Australia and the Philippines.
“Demystifying Artificial Intelligence” is the topic at the 11 a.m. service at Prescott Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at 9454 Rancho Vista Drive, Prescott. What is artificial intelligence? How and why does it work? Is it trustworthy and reliable? What risks does it present? Andy Reti, civil engineer and OLLI instructor, will provide a non-technical introduction. This 40 minute presentation is based on a two day class Andy gave at OLLI (Osher Life Long Learning Institute) at Yavapai College. Questions and discussion will follow.
Reti, a Civil Engineer by profession worked for Environmental Engineering Consulting for 34 years. He has worked all over the world including Southern California, Washington D.C., Kuwait and Venezuela.
Born in Hungary, Andy has traveled all over the world and speaks five languages. A graduate of MIT, Andy came to the United States in his early twenties to attend college. He retired to Prescott 23 years ago and currently takes classes at Yavapai College. He enjoys computers and is an active member of Prescott Computer Society. His hobbies also include making videos, photography, maintaining his Prescott home and traveling to faraway places. He strongly believes in a proactive approach to retirement.
Let your soul come to life in our Loving Spiritual Healing Light Circle in Prescott Valley, with a beautiful outdoor view. Our circle features healing affirmations, meditation, music and energetic healing (some hands-on, like they did in the days of Jesus). Join us at 10 a.m. Sunday, April 15, at the Stoneridge Community Center. From Highway 69, take Stoneridge Drive to the end. It will be the building on your right when you reach Destiny Drive. We meet in the large room downstairs.
All are welcome to join with Beit Torah Jewish Congregation (www.onetorah.org) in welcoming the new month of Rosh Chodesh Iyar with candles and treats April 15; observing Israeli Memorial Day, Yom HaZikaron, April 18; and celebrating Israeli Independence Day, Yom HaAtzmaut, April 19. Call for details and directions: 928-237-0390, 928-227-0582 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
American Lutheran Church presents a new Sunday morning opportunity for families! “Rock Solid Families” is a five-week session for families with children age toddler through sixth grade, meeting April 15 to May 13 at The Rock, 655 Talwatha Drive, Prescott. Continental breakfast served from 8:30 to 9 a.m. followed by family education/activities from 9 to 10 a.m. — songs, scripture lessons, games and crafts! Theme: “Jesus is the Rock of Our Salvation.” RSVP to the ALC office, or for more information: 928-445-4348. www.americanlutheran.net.
Living Well Seminar: Managing Pain
Prescott United Methodist Church, 505 West Gurley Street, Prescott, will be offering a free Pain Seminar, moderated by Dr. Sam Downing from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday, April 15. The seminar will be tackling the challenging issue of pain, and will include information on managing pain, pharmacological and non-pharmacological pain remedies, opioid use and misuse, the latest science and information concerning medical marijuana, the psychological impact of pain on patients, family and caregivers, and other important topics of interest. Participants will learn how to address and discuss pain related issues with their medical providers, as well as learn about local services available for support and management of pain. Please contact the church office at 928-778-1950 if you have any questions.
At the 10:30 a.m. Worship Service, Sunday, April 15, at Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 882 Sunset Ave., Prescott, the topic will be “Justice for Each Generation,” Earth Day Intergenerational Service.
Hanne Stone, director of Social Justice and Faith Development, special guest, Meg Bohrman, and the children and youth of GPUUC will present this worship service. Offered to visitors, members and friends will be inspiring music, a climate ribbon ceremony and a play presented by our youth.
“Justice for Each Generation” is based on the Juliana v. U.S. — climate change lawsuit. For more information on this lawsuit filed against the federal government for not protecting the climate future for these students, please visit this website: https://www.ourchildrenstrust.org/us/federal-lawsuit.
Conversations with God reading and discussion group meets at 6 p.m., every Tuesday, at Unity Church, 141 S. Arizona Ave., Sunday School Room below the parking lot.
The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League of Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church will be holding its annual Spring Bazaar and Bake Sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 20 and 21 at 1202 Green Lane. Beautiful handmade items will be displayed by eighteen local vendors. These will make great gifts for Mothers’ Day, Fathers’ Day and graduation. In addition, a variety of homemade baked goodies will be available each day and a light lunch will be served for purchase. All proceeds for this event will benefit our mission projects in the tri-city area. For more information, please call Jan Krebs at 928-778-1672 or the church office at 928-778-9122.
Join Suzanne Giesemann for a special session in which she will connect with Sanaya, the collective consciousness of guides whose messages she shares each day on her popular blog: Sanaya Speaks. The event is from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, April 20, at Unity of Prescott, 145 S. Arizona Ave., Prescott.
Suzanne will briefly share highlights of her work in recent weeks and will then enter into a deep state of expanded awareness and bring through Sanaya. To hear the words of Sanaya as they come through … to sit in the presence of that refined spirit energy is a palpable experience of the higher vibration of Love. To hear their messages and be touched by their love is an experience you will never forget. More information on Sanaya can be found at: https://www.suzannegiesemann.com/who-is-sanaya.
Minimum donation of $20 per person collected at the door. Donations support scholarships in memory of Susan Marie Giesemann.
For more information, call 928-445-1850.
What is this “shift in consciousness” everyone is talking about? It is the human being awakening from unconscious behavior to conscious behavior. But it is far more than behavior. It goes to the very core of what you are. Join evidential medium and spiritual teacher Suzanne Giesemann for a magical, mystical look at the two levels of reality and how you as a soul flow within both of them.
Learn how you can accelerate your personal shift and live consciously, including Suzanne’s proven seven-step method for making the connection with Higher Consciousness.
Minimum donation of $25 per person collected at the door.
The workshop is from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 21, at Unity of Prescott, 145 S. Arizona Ave., Prescott, For more information, call 928-445-1850.
To learn about creation science, there is a trip available — leaving from Prescott — at 8 a.m. and returning at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 26, to the Grand Canyon. (There will be another one on Sept. 8.)
Russ Miller, the only full-time creation science speaker in Arizona, and now in his 18th year, with full-time creation scientist Dr. Kevin Anderson, who runs the Creation Research Society lab just north of Chino Valley, will conduct the trip.
As well as speaking at churches, camps and conferences, Miller shares this information on all day creation tours of the Grand Canyon, where he shows proof that the global flood created the Grand Canyon in only days, and not the millions of years, as we are told. He shows where the strata layers that have been deposited by the flood meets the creation rock, or where judgment meets creation as he likes to say.
This trip is the best way to learn creation science. To get more info on these trips or to sign up, contact David McNabb at 771-1218 or email@example.com.
For more information, visit Miller’s website at www.creationministries.org. Contact Anderson at 928-636-1153 or visit www.creationresearch.org.
American Lutheran Youth now meet on Wednesday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m., at The Rock located across the street from Prescott High School, 655 Talwatha Drive. At weekly ALC Youth Nights, middle school and high school-aged students enjoy engaging worship, music, fun games, relevant teaching, and small group break-out sessions. For more information, please contact Pastor Erich Sokoloski through the church office at 928-445-4348, ext. 305 or firstname.lastname@example.org. www.americanlutheran.net.
St. Luke Ebony Christian Center is hosting a gospel concert (free to the public) from 4 to 6 p.m., Saturday, April 21. It will be held at the United Methodist Church in Prescott located at 505 W Gurley St. Special guest, World Deliverance Outreach Ministries choir, will perform.
Hillside Community Church of God is having a Spring Festival, Saturday, April 21. We are located at 937 Ruth St., Prescott, AZ. The Arts and Craft Fair, Rummage and Bake sale hours will be 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Carnival with free bounce house and free carnival games, free food including hot dogs, popcorn, and drinks will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
We welcome the entire community! Please come out and enjoy some fun!
Jane’s Hope is a Christian ministry open to women who have relinquished a child through abortion or adoption, to share, heal, support each other, and experience forgiveness through Jesus Christ. The next meeting will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 21, at The Porch on 226 Montezuma. For more information, please contact Prescott Christian Church at 928-445-0680, or email email@example.com.
Mount Zion Tabernacle would like to invite everyone to come worship and receive the word of God at our new location, starting Sunday, April 22, at 2797 Willow Creek Road, Prescott. Service time is at 11:30 a.m., which includes children’s church and nursery. Contact Pastor Michael at 602-350-7362 for more information.
American Lutheran Church’s “Young At Heart” (YAH) ministry for seniors meets on Tuesday, April 24, in the Fellowship Hall (1085 Scott Drive, Prescott), with lunch served at noon ($5/person). Featured entertainment will be the ever-popular gospel quartet, Bound for Glory, bringing inspirational music and an uplifting message. All ages are invited to join us. www.americanlutheran.net or 928-445-4348.
“Food, Faith and Climate Change” – Arizona Interfaith Power and Light, in cooperation with Prescott United Methodist Church, 505 W. Gurley St., Prescott, is pleased to present a three-part series and discussion on the connections between food, faith and climate change at 6 p.m. April 25 and May 9. Please contact the church office to reserve your place, 928-772-1950. This will be a wonderful opportunity to dialogue on the role of food in our faith and culture and the impact of our entire food system, from seed to table, on climate change, with a look into how changing our lifestyle and eating practices will heal and save the planet. Learn how local groups are involved in making a difference on these important issues. Join us for fellowship and inspiration.
Spring Creation Science Seminar, 1 to 3 p.m. April 29, at Chino Valley Family Church, 718 Hwy. 89.
The speaker is David Larsen, expert on the flood and Noah’s ark. He has been to Mt. Ararat 13 times searching for the ark and has amazing stories to share that you won’t want to miss. There will be a Q & A session after his talk. Bring any students you can – all students get a free creation DVD or book and a huge shortbread cookie for attending! Science & Bible quiz. Prize for farthest traveled to get there and for the largest group there. No charge, but there will be a free will offering for the speaker.
There will be a National Day of Prayer, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., May 3, at Prescott Downtown Courthouse (North side), 101 E. Gurley St.
It’s time for the 67th National Day of Prayer. The local Prescott Committee would like to invite you, your family and Church to come together for an Evening Community Prayer Event.
In 1952 Harry S. Truman signed a proclamation so all Americans will gather to pray. This privilege is also a commandment from God. So please plan to join us as we gather for prayer.
Many local leaders will lead us in prayer for public entities to include our Federal, State and Local Governments including our courts, First Responders, also our Churches, the unborn and needy.
We are asking attendees to bring a non-perishable food item to help with the local food banks.
For more information, visit www.NationalDayOfPrayer.org or contact Jim Flower at 928-273-0400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring Craft Sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 5, at Faith United Community Church
1061 Old Chisholm Trail (in Prescott Country Club). There will be 40 vendors with craft and gift items (Mother’s Day?), sewn goods, seasonal items, hats, purses, wood products, homemade breads, paintings, jewelry (all types), jams, blankets, T-shirts, bakery, and much more!
Sloppy Joes and beverages will be served. There will also be a 50-50 cash raffle!
For more information, call Andrea at 928-775-6866.
Russ Miller is the only full time creation science speaker in Arizona and is now in his 18th year. His web site is: www.creationministries.org. There is a full time creation scientist in Arizona - Dr. Kevin Anderson, who runs the Creation Research Society lab just north of Chino Valley, and can be reached at 928-636-1153. His web site is www.creationresearch.org. The difference being that a creation speaker is primarily a communicator of the science that supports the Biblical accounts of creation and the global flood, and a creation scientist is primarily doing research, writing and field work on these evidences (like digging up over 50 dinosaur bones and examining the soft tissue, red blood cells and DNA in them, showing that they are less than 1,000 years old.)
As well as speaking at churches, camps and conferences, Russ Miller shares this information on all day creation tours of the Grand Canyon, where he shows proof that the global flood created the Grand Canyon in only days, and not the millions of years, as we are told. He shows where the strata layers that have been deposited by the flood meets the creation rock, or where judgment meets creation as he likes to say.
This trip is the best way to learn creation science. There is a trip leaving from Prescott at 8 a.m. and returning at 7 p.m. on May 26, and another one on Sep. 8. To get more information on these trips or to sign up, contact David McNabb at 928-771-1218 or email@example.com.