Service Notes 2-10-12
Alpha Course at Spirit of Joy Lutheran Church in Clarkdale
Alpha is a course that covers the basics of Christianity. It answers questions like: Who is Jesus? and Why did he die? The Alpha course begins at Spirit of Joy Lutheran Church on Wednesday, Feb. 29 from 6-8:30 p.m. and lasts 10 weeks. Each week an informal meal is offered, guests listen to a talk on how Christianity approaches the question at hand, then small groups gather for discussion.
Alpha is recognized worldwide and is found in over 160 countries. It’s run in tens of thousands of schools, prisons, homes and churches of all denominations. It’s given more than 17 million people the opportunity to explore the meaning of life.
To register, call the church office at (928) 634-4102 or a registration form is available on the website at http://sojaz.co
The new church campus of Spirit of Joy Lutheran Church is located at 330 Scenic Drive in Clarkdale. It is at the corner of Old Jerome Highway and Scenic Drive.
‘What is Truth?’ at SUUF
On Sunday, Feb. 12, please join the Rev. Paul Langston-Daly and the Sedona Unitarian Universalist Fellowship as they explore Truth with a capital “T.”
Is there such a thing? According to Rev. Langston-Daly, “Theologian Paul Tillich spoke of God as our Ultimate Concern, the thing that is deepest in us and drives us.” We are invited to ask ourselves, “For what issues would I be willing to put my life on the line?” The service will be held at 10 a.m. at the Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley, 100 Meadowlark Drive, Sedona. Music will be provided by Beth Kingsley Hawkins, Director of Music.
SUUF serves Sedona and the Greater Verde Valley. Its mission statement reads, “Our Fellowship is a place to grow in mind and spirit. We promote a loving, just, and sustainable world through service, learning and action.” For more information, call 928 310-8171 or visit www.SedonaUU.org.
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