Religion digest

August 05, 2005

Jenkins Memorial to host WitnesSing concert

Jenkins Memorial Church at 133 Riviera Drive in Pasadena will hold a concert at 10 a.m. Aug. 14. A group of Christian singers, WitnesSing, will perform at the church's Sunday service. The group travels across the state to sing at churches. Free. Information: 410-437-2846 or 410-437-8511.

Church's pit beef barbecue to help homeless shelter

The Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer will host "pit beef Saturdays" from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 20 and Sept. 3, 7606 Quarterfield Road, Glen Burnie.

Participants will help raise funds for Arundel House of Hope, a homeless shelter. Information: 410-766-8778.

Heritage Baptist Church sponsors music camp

The Heritage Baptist Church will offer a music camp Monday to Friday. The camp, open to children from fourth grade to high school, will have classes for beginners and advanced players. Advanced instruction will be provided for woodwind, brass and string instruments. Beginner lessons will cover the keyboard, handbells and guitar; instruments are provided for beginners. Classes run from 8:45 a.m. until noon at the church, 1740 Forest Drive in Annapolis. Fee is $15 for the entire week. Information: 410-263-6680 or www. heritagebaptistonline.com.

Pauline Epistles course offered for college credit

Anchor Baptist Church will offer a for-credit college class taught by David Saxon of Maranatha Baptist Bible College in Watertown, Wis.

The course, Pauline Epistles, will study the writings of the Apostle Paul from the New Testament and their application to Christian living. The course will take place at the church at 320 W. Pasadena St. from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Friday, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 13. The fee is $380, not including the cost of course text and syllabus. The class may be audited for $100. Saxon is a religion professor at the college. Information: 410- 647-9614 or visit www.anchor baptistonline.org.

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