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Religion briefs for May 5, 2012

Religion briefs for May 5, 2012
BY YOUR NAME Staff Writer email@opubco.com Published: May 5, 2012
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Events

Family series is set to begin

A family enrichment series entitled “The Genesis of Family” will begin on Sunday at Northeast Church of Christ, 4817 Martin Luther King Ave.

The Sunday series, based on Genesis 1-4, will continue through May 27.

For more information, call 424-4603.

Churches will host block party

An “Oak Ridge Fellowship Block Party” will begin at noon May 12 at Oak Ridge Village Apartments, 3340 S Bryant Ave.

The event is sponsored by Bryant Avenue Baptist Church, Del View Baptist Church and Solomon Temple Church. The outreach will include free food, face painting, games and free screenings for cholesterol, glaucoma, blood sugar and bone density.

Music will be provided by Christian rap artist Life After Death.

Bible seminar is planned

A one-day Bible study seminar entitled “Is God Finished With Israel” will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 12 at the Character Inn Conference Center, 520 W Main St.

The seminar will feature Christian radio broadcaster Doug Miller. The event is free and will include light refreshments.

Miller was named Bott Radio Network KQCV's 2010 “Broadcaster of the Year” for his radio Bible study program “Dialogue.” He is a former university professor of philosophy and ethics and author of several Bible commentaries.

For more information about the event, go to www.dialogueministries.org.

Ugandan choir is set to perform

The Ugandan Orphans Choir will perform at 5 p.m. May 13 at Greater Cleaves Memorial CME Church, 1609 NE 48.

The choir is made up of 10 children ranging from 11 to 14 who are part of Childcare Worldwide's sponsorship program. They African songs in their native language Luganda and have learned some songs in English, as well.

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