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Religion Notebook: Barbecue to follow Church on the Lawn

Central Baptist Church, 19 W. Shannon Ave., will present “Church on the Lawn,” Sunday at 10 a.m.

The service will focus on finding peace amid terrifying times of life. The Rev. Rick Church’s message will be, “Surprised by Peace when Your Boat Gets Swamped.”

A free barbecue for the neighborhood will follow the service at 11:30 a.m.

Information: (509) 327-9322.

Assumption VBS

Assumption Parish, 3624 W. Indian Trail Road, will have vacation Bible school, Monday through Friday, from 9-11:30 a.m. each day.

The camp is themed “Babylon, Daniel’s Courage.” Children learn about Daniel while they participate in fun activities. Cost is $20 per child.

Information: Emily Kline, (509) 328-2726.

Taizé service

Latah Valley Presbyterian Church, 202 E. Meadowlane Road, will present a Taizé service Sunday at 7 p.m.

The service will follow the traditional structure from the Iona community on the coast of Scotland and the Taizé community in France.

The services draw from the ancient traditions of Christianity.

Information: (509) 481-8119 or www.latahvalley.org.

Celtic service

St. David’s Episcopal Church, 7315 N. Wall St., will present a special service today at 7 p.m. in conjunction with the summer solstice.

The service, “Celebrating the Element of Fire,” includes Communion, sung chants, Celtic music and a bonfire in the church yard.

A potluck reception will follow the service.

Information: (509) 466-3100 or www.stdavidspokane.org.

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