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Tuesday, July 26

First United Methodist Church is studying The Sacred Echo by Margaret Feinberg at 10 a.m. Tuesdays in Building 3, Conference Room A. Rev. Carrie Austin will lead. Pre-register and purchase the workbook for $10 at the book table in the church office. Childcare will be available upon request. Info: 432-7407.


Wednesday, June 22-

Sunday, June 26

Zion Christian Fellowship Ministries International (Minister Willie James Washington), 1201 Highland Ave., is amidst its annual Holy Convocation Week at 7:30 p.m. nightly through and at 11 a.m. Sunday. Canaan Baptist Church of Round O, S.C., is in charge of worship. Corporate prayer will be held from 6:30 to 7 nightly in the sanctuary. The theme is “Destined to Reign” (Revelations 5:1-14). The schedule: Wednesday — Little Morning Star and Mt. Olive of Sasser and Pastor Lester Greene; Thursday, Israel Temple and Apostle Dr. Jimmy Gardner; Friday, Christ Believers and Bishop Robert Lawson; and Sunday, Canaan Baptist Church and Pastor Harry Jenkins.

Friday, June 24-

Sunday, June 26

Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Church, 1501 Newton Road, is hosting its Strong and Courageous Youth Conference. Activities are a Youth Xplosion on Friday featuring local youth praise, worship, dance and mime groups, with refreshments served; a Youth Summit on Saturday with breakout sessions and breakfast served; and Young Day on Sunday with praise and worship.


Saturday, July 2

In a concert themed “Freedom Isn’t Free,” Damascus Road Studios will present the Southern gospel trio Dayspring of Americus, Ga., and local groups The Mended Hearts and Weyman Salter at Philema Road Baptist Church, 114 Stocks Dairy Road, Leesburg. Admission to the 7 p.m. concert is free; a love offering will be accepted. For information, call 420-0602.

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