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Church Women United plans Saturday program

“In Prayer for Home and Abroad,” sponsored by Church Women United, is Saturday at South Frankfort Presbyterian Church, corner of Third and Steele Streets. A light breakfast is at 10 a.m. and the program begins at 10:30 in fellowship hall.

Jennifer Grisham-Brown, co-founder of Hope for Tomorrow Children’s Home and Preschool in Guatemala City, will show slides of the ministry and a representative from Habitat for Humanity will bring an update on its activities. The public is invited.

Quartet performing Saturday at Capital City

“Brian Free and Assurance” will perform 7 p.m. Saturday at Capital City Christian Church, 15 Locust Lane at Versailles Rd. Admission is $10 per person at the door. For more information call 695-1188.

Church plans ‘movie nights’

First Church of God, 1029 Burlington Dr., is holding movie nights during March. Here’s the remaining schedule: Sunday, “Fireproof;” and March 10, “Courageous.” Call the church for details, 223-8451.

‘Progressive Christianity’ is topic of program

Dr. Chuck Queen, senior pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church and author of four books on progressive Christian themes, will be presenting a lecture at the Paul Sawyier Public Library Community Room 6 p.m. Monday, March 11 on the topic: “Some Core Convictions of Progressive Christianity.” The date was incorrectly listed in last Tuesday’s church news.

The following questions will be addressed in the presentation:

How do we (progressive Christians) engage the Bible both critically and spiritually, taking the Scriptures seriously, but not literally?

Why do we begin with original blessing, rather than original sin, convinced that all people are children of God?

How do we understand Christian salvation?

How do we understand the redemptive significance of Jesus’ death and how is that different from traditional Christian interpretations?

Why do we believe solidarity with the poor and social justice is just as important as prayer and personal piety?

How do we understand God’s involvement in the world and how is that different from traditional views?

The lecture will be followed by a time for questions and discussion. The program is free and open to the public. For more information call Queen at 223-7601.

Kaiser’s artwork at First Methodist

The artwork of Erika J. Kaiser is on display in the Wesley Center of First United Methodist Church, 200 Washington St., throughout the month of March. A reception for the artist will be held noon Sunday. The gallery is open during regular church office hours in the week and during Sunday services and other programs.

Recovery Ministry back at Forks church

The Celebrate Recovery Ministry is back at Forks of Elkhorn Baptist Church, 495 Duckers Rd., Midway. The group meets 6 p.m. every Thursday and Friday in the small church building. Those recovering from any addiction are invited to join the program.

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