Conference set for Goffstown church
GOFFSTOWN — The Congregational Church of Goffstown is hosting a women’s conference entitled “Women at Rest” on Saturday, Feb. 8, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
All women of faith are invited to rest and rejuvenate their lives through praise, Bible study and prayer under the leadership of speaker Shauna Amick.
The $15 registration fee includes breakfast and lunch; scholarships are available if needed.
Registration information is available at www.goffcong.org/news or by calling the church at 497-2365.
NASHUA — The Nashua Area Interfaith Council sponsered a service of worship on Wednesday to recognize the unity of the Christian faith.
It was the first time a service was held in the greater Nashua community during the week of Christian unity. Participating congregations come from the Protestant, Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox traditions.
The service focused on a passage of Scripture found in First Corthinians.
The words were written by the Apostle Paul: “I appeal to you ... that all of you be in agreement and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be united in the same mind and the same purpose.”
‘Place at the Table’ showing in Rindge
RINDGE — The First Congregational Church of Rindge takes a look at the growing epidemic of hunger in America with a showing of the Magnolia pictures film “A Place at the Table” Thursday, Jan. 30, at 7 p.m.
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