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NIUU features guest speaker Sunday

The North Idaho Unitarian Universalist Church will feature Diana K. Serquina of the UU Church in Spokane, speaking Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at the Harding Family Center, 15th and Wallace.

The service is titled “Small Steps: Living Our Principles in Everyday Ways.” Serquina has been a nearly lifelong member of the Unitarian Universalist Church since joining the Second Unitarian Church in Omaha during her childhood. She is a freelance writer and has written many articles on topics including religion and family.

Child care is provided during the service. A coffee hour follows the program.

Soup suppers

The Wednesday soup suppers continue during the Lenten season at Community United Methodist Church, with the Wednesday program given by the Medical Mission Team that recently returned on Feb. 20 from Rio Bravo, Mexico. The 16-member team included local nurses, doctors and other members of the community.

As part of the evening’s activities, school backpacks filled with school supplies will be assembled to send to the elementary children of Rio Bravo. Everyone is invited. Supper is served at 6 p.m. For more information, call CUMC at 765-8800.

Aglow meeting

The Coeur d’Alene Day Aglow Lighthouse will meet Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Coeur d’Alene Best Western Inn, 414 W. Appleway.

The guest speaker is Judy Olsen, the dean to the Nations Bible College in Post Falls.

Lunch reservations are needed by Sunday. The cost for lunch is $10.75. Call Shirley Peterson at 772-5562 for a reservation.

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