St. Martin's concert to mark anniversary of Sept. 11...


August 30, 2002

St. Martin's concert to mark anniversary of Sept. 11 attacks

St Martin's Lutheran Church will present the Heritage Singers' "Nine, One, One - A Concert of Remembrance," at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 11 in the church sanctuary, 1120 Spa Road, Annapolis.

The program, part of St. Martin's Concert Series, will be directed by Gordon Gustin and will include music by David York, Randall Thompson and Byron Adams. The concert is to mark the one-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. Contributions will aid victims of the attacks.

Information: 410-721-2376 or 410-263-4723.

Glen Burnie Aglow Lighthouse to meet

The Glen Burnie Aglow Lighthouse meeting will begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Glen Burnie Improvement Association hall, 19 Crain Highway South at First Avenue. Light refreshments will be served a half-hour before the meeting.

The Rev. John and Mary Lou Palm will be the speakers. Mr. Palm is the assistant pastor at Baltimore Christian Faith Center in Randallstown.

Information: 410-355-3619.

Church of Good Shepherd schedules Bingo Blast

The Church of the Good Shepherd will hold a Bingo Blast on Sept. 8 at the church, 1451 Furnace Ave., Glen Burnie.

Doors open at 1 p.m. A $20 donation covers a spaghetti-and-meatball platter, coffee and soda all afternoon, and eight cards for regular games and four cards for specials.

A jackpot is guaranteed at $500.

Information: 410-761-4977 or 410-766-1102.

Mount Calvary Methodist to hold a church bazaar

Mount Calvary United Methodist Church will hold a church bazaar from noon to 6 p.m. tomorrow at the church, 1236 Jones Station Road, Arnold.

Games, food and crafts will be available.

Information: 410-263-6518 or 410-280-0327.

5th Family Fun Fair set for Emmanuel Baptist

Emmanuel Baptist Church will hold its fifth annual Family Fun Fair from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sept. 7 at the church, 1215 Waugh Chapel Road, Gambrills.

The outdoor community event includes free carnival games, wall climbing, a moon bounce and giant slide, a community flea market, police and fire department equipment and a concert. A police helicopter and K-9 units will attend.

New this year is the Caps Caravan, the Washington Capitals Hockey Club Excitement Crew, which will have a street hockey rink for children.

Information: 410-721-1115.

Bereavement support program at Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity Catholic Church will sponsor a nine-week bereavement support program from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesdays beginning Sept. 18 in the parish center, 126 Dorsey Road, Glen Burnie.

"New Day," a Christian-based program, is designed to guide participants through the grieving process. Each receives a journal for personal use. A facilitator leads the group in sharing responses at the weekly sessions.

Anyone who has lost a loved one through death is invited to attend. Registration is required.

Information: Pat Hanna at 410-766-5070, Ext. 24..

Community to resume regular schedule Sept. 8

Community United Methodist Church resumes its regular schedule of worship services Sept. 8. The informal indoor service begins at 9 a.m. and is followed by a traditional service in the sanctuary at 10:30 a.m. The contemporary Awaken service in the Fellowship hall begins at noon.

The church will offer an Ecumenical service at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 11 to commemorate the events of that day last year. The service will focus on remembrance, healing and hope. Members of the community are invited to attend.

The church is at 1690 Reidel Road, Crofton.

Information: 410-721-9129.

Remembrance service is planned for Sept. 11

Pastor Glen H. Morris and the Chesapeake Christian Center invite the public to a 9/11 Remembrance Service at 7 p.m. Sept. 11 at the church, 7975 Tick Neck Road, Pasadena.

Speakers, including a local law enforcement official and a firefighter, will honor loved ones and heroes.

Information: 410-255-3168.

Anchor Baptist to offer college-level courses

Anchor Baptist Church will offer for-credit college-level courses through Maranatha East, an extension ministry of Maranatha Baptist Bible College in Watertown, Wis. The courses will be offered from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday at the church, 320 W. Pasadena Road, Millersville.

Dave Dingle, dean of students and Bible department professor, will teach ethics Sept. 23-27. The class will discuss the theories of human value and obligation, right and wrong actions and the nature of moral judgments, including social problems of today.

Also scheduled this academic year: Doctrine III, church angels and future events, Oct. 21-25; New Testament Survey, Jan. 27-31; and Acts/Missions, March 3-7.

The classes may be audited or taken for credit. The cost is $100 to audit and $380 for two-credit classes. Most classes will offer a syllabus, which will cost between $10 to $15, and texts may be required for those taking classes for credit.

Information: 410-647- 9614.


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