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PF Nazarene church still open

Contrary to the word on the street, the Post Falls Church of the Nazarene has not closed down. Amid a swirl of rumor after the sudden loss of its pastor last September, the community was under the impression the church had closed. Not true. Pastor Bob Lambert came out of retirement, and has been at the pulpit since October.

The congregation has grown, and new programs have been started. New carpet was laid, and new paint spread on the walls. The church has new classes for toddlers, children, pre-teens and teens.

Post Falls Church of the Nazarene, at 312 W. 12th Ave., invites any and all in the community to come to the classes at 9:30 a.m. on Sundays, and worship service at 10:45. Each first Sunday there is a potluck after the service. For more information, call 773-4621.

Barbecue planned

Faith Presbyterian Church, 9485 Maple in Hayden, will host an barbecue Sunday at 5 p.m. The special guests are four K’ekchi Mayan Presbyterians from the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Guatemala. Alicia Siquic de Chub, Otillia Pacay, Juan Tzul Yaxcal and Julian Ico will speak about how the reign of God through Jesus Christ is emerging among the Mayan people of Guatemala. The delegates will spend the night at the home of a host from the church, and then take part in the first day of Faith Presbyterian’s vacation Bible school. Everyone is invited to the barbecue.

Concert at CdA Bible Church

The Agape Ringers, Chicago’s premiere handbell ensemble, will perform in concert Friday at 7 p.m. at Coeur d’Alene Bible Church, 5350 N. Fourth St.

This is the first west coast appearance for the 14-member group, which performs on 74 bronze Malmark handbells and 73 Malmark Choirchimes. Since its founding in 1992 the ensemble has performed in more than 120 concerts around the country.

The concert is free and everyone is welcome. For more information, call Coeur d’Alene Bible Church at 664-4883.

Missionary outreach concert

Cindy Horton, David Demand (the conductor of the Coeur d’Alene Symphony), Matthew Gallatin and others will perform next Saturday at 7 p.m. at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, 1703 N. Washington St. in Spokane, as part of a series of missionary outreach concerts.

Proceeds will benefit the upcoming African Missionary trip of Horton and her husband Gregory, as well as youths traveling to Project Mexico. Seating will be general, and a free-will offering may be given following the concert. Works to be performed include the Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano by Claude Bolling, and several African pieces.

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