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Open house today at new Baha’i Center

The Baha’is of Coeur d’Alene invite the community to an open house today in their new Baha’i Center at 2705 N. Howard St., off of Appleway.

The open house is from 2 to 5 p.m. There will be a door prize each hour and refreshments. For more information, call George Mark at 664-5410.

Reporter speaking at CdA Bible

Coeur d’Alene Bible Church, 5350 N. Fourth St., will feature a presentation by Dave Dolan on Monday at 7 p.m. in the Worship Center.

Dolan graduated from broadcast journalism school in 1976, and began a media career in the Middle East in 1982, serving as news director at the Voice of Hope radio station in southern Lebanon. Soon after the first Palestinian uprising in 1988, he reported for the CBS radio network. Dolan has covered the move of Soviet Jews to Israel, the 1991 Gulf War and many other stories from the Middle East. He currently reports for the Moody Radio Network and writes regularly for the World Net Daily Web site.

He has written articles for Christian and secular publications, including the Jerusalem Post, Moody Monthly, Charisma and Prophecy Today. The public is invited. For more information, call the church at 664-4883.

Missionaries present concert

The Next Step, A Musical and Visual Experience, will be presented next Saturday at 6 p.m at Faith Presbyterian Church, 9485 Maple Ave. in Hayden.

Scott and Gabby Dannemiller, who recently returned from missionary work in Guatemala, will speak about their experience, which found them living in a 15-foot-by-15-foot, 45-year-old adobe room with a family of eight, while serving as young adult volunteers with the Presbyterian Church USA.

Scott Dannemiller has created a concert with original music inspired by their images of Guatemala. The concert will include heartfelt stories and captivating images from their year in mission. A special offering will be collected during the concert. Twenty percent of the proceeds will go to support the church’s mission projects. For more information, e-mail Scott at, or Gabby at, or visit their Web site at

Workshop at Center of Light

There will be a Global Heart Workshop on Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Center of Light, 618 Wallace Ave.

This workshop, for all faiths, will be presented by Kathy Hearn, the Community Spiritual Leader for United Church of Religious Science. The cost is a love offering. She will also speak at the 10 a.m. Sunday service.

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