Local Religion Briefs
“Stories of Faith: Help for the Journey” will be offered from 6:30-9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Eagle County Community Center in El Jebel.
The event will feature Professors Maxine Hancock and Sharon Jebb Smith as they look at renowned authors who chronicled their own journeys of faith, and who will examine spiritual greats C.S. Lewis (“Chronicles of Narnia,” “Mere Christianity”) and John Bunyan (“Pilgrim’s Progress”), as well as contemporary authors, Anne Lamott (“Traveling Mercies”), Kathleen Norris (“Cloister Walk”) and Roberta Bondi (“Memories of God”).
Gourmet dessert buffet and coffee will be served.
Sunday, Sept. 14, Spiritual Life Coach Jeff Patterson will be the guest speaker at A Spiritual Center, 0695 Buggy Circle (above Construction Junction) Carbondale.
Patterson will give free introductory seminars in the Roaring Fork Valley through Sept. 14. Coaching to let go of unconscious beliefs and claim the life you were born to live. Visit http://www.SeedCoaching.com for event details.
For information, please contact Joseph at 945-8812 or Golden at 963-5516.
Greg Fritz will be at New Creation Church of Glenwood on Sunday, Sept. 14, at the 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. services.
New Creation is located at 44761 Highway 6, Glenwood Springs.
Tickets for the Women of Faith Conference to be held Sept. 19-20 at the Pepsi Center in Denver are available from the Women’s Ministry of Mountain View Church. The conference features a mix of contemporary music, comedy, drama and inspirational stories and will be held from 7-9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 19, and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20. Tickets include a box lunch.
Women of Faith is the nation’s largest women’s conference and will host a total of 29 conferences throughout the country in 2008. Log on to womenoffaith.com for additional information.
Area women interested in attending are invited to call Beth at 366-6869 or Raelyn at 948-6985. Carpooling and hotel rooms are available.
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