St. John's Church starting Lenten program todaySt. John's...


February 21, 1997

St. John's Church starting Lenten program today

St. John's Episcopal Church, 11905 Belair Road in Kingsville, will hold a four-week Lenten program exploring family relationships, beginning today. Bette Floyd, counseling psychologist, will speak on "Interpersonal Relationships, A phenomenon of the '90s" to begin the series, followed by school psychologist Dwight Baglin on Feb. 28 with "Relationships Between School, Families and Children."

On March 7, Stephen Siegel, certified financial planner, will conduct a workshop exploring inner conflicts about money, taking charge of finances and using resources to affect social change.

On March 14, Judith Morawa of Baltimore Pastoral Counseling Services of Maryland will discuss "Keeping Marriages Healthy."

After each presentation, the Rev. David Remington, rector of St. John's, will speak briefly about the spiritual aspects of family life.

Child care will be provided during the free programs. Information: 592-8570 or 529-9076.

Jewish heritage and culture are to be discussed Sunday

Bernard Fishman, executive director of the Jewish Historical Society, will speak at a breakfast meeting of the Winands Road Synagogue Center Brotherhood at 10 a.m. Sunday at 8701 Winands Road, Randallstown.

Fishman's lecture will center on Jewish heritage and culture in Baltimore and Maryland. Information: 922-8666.

Pleasant Hope Church will celebrate youth day

Pleasant Hope Baptist Church, 430 E. Belvedere Ave., will celebrate its annual youth day March 2. The Rev. David Blow, assistant pastor of New Psalmist Baptist Church, will speak at the 11 a.m worship service; the Rev. Margaret Jones will be devotional speaker at 3 p.m.

The day's theme will be "Youth Following God's Will and God's Way." A worship in song, presented by Unity of Our Baltimore Youth Choir, will begin at 3: 30 p.m.

Information: 433-8519.

Session on meditation planned tomorrow at church

St. James Episcopal Church will sponsor a workshop on Christian meditation and contemplative prayer from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Parish Center, 1020 W. Lafayette Ave.

The workshop will be led by Sister Rosina Ampah. Information: 523-4588.

Church in Kensington schedules antiques show

Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic Church in Kensington will hold its 30th anniversary antiques show from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. today and tomorrow, and from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.

The church is at Saul Road and Summit Avenue, off Connecticut Avenue above the Capital Beltway. Admission is $5. Information: (301) 946-3191.

Pub Date: 2/21/97

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