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Church News: Week of Jan. 27, 2018

Firm Foundation Christian Fellowship, new family church partners with Prescott Valley School, 9500 E. Lorna Lane, Highway 69 and Mendocino. Pastor Frank Thompson preaching and teaching the Bible at 10 a.m. every Sunday morning. Come and worship with our family friendly church.

“Act of Religious Tolerance: King John Sigismund and the Edict of Torda” is the topic at the 11 a.m. service at Prescott Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 945 Rancho Vista Drive, Prescott. Rev. Karla Brockie, Minister of Granite Peak UU Congregation, will present a program on the Touchstone theme for January, “Justice.” Her presentation will celebrate the 450th anniversary of some really fascinating Unitarian history with twists and turns of plot. Womansong will bless us with their music.

Rev. Karla Brockie is the minister at Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation. She has served congregations in Sierra Vista, Arizona, and Raleigh, North Carolina. She also served as a chaplain in a hospice program in Tucson. Prior to ministry, Karla was a director of religious education and an occupational therapist.

At 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 28, Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 882 Sunset Ave., Prescott, worship service will be at 10:30 a.m.: “Walking the path of justice; Singing the song of Love.” Meg Bohrman will be the guest speaker.

Meg Bohrman is a mother, activist, artist, birth doula and member of the Prescott Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. She earned her degree in music therapy from ASU in 2013, and spends her time channeling the healing power of music and storytelling to assist people across life’s thresholds of birth, death, and recovery. Meg is also the author and composer of The Hero’s Journey in Song, and has a collaborative theater project with puppeteer Dori Mion. She is a well-known musician in the quad city area, performing at PCA and other popular venues. She plays, writes, and teaches music at schools and privately, specializing in adaptive lessons for persons with special needs. Overall, she is dedicated to Human Connection, Soul Exploration, and Creating Spontaneous Community.

Jane’s Hope is a Christian ministry for women to share, heal, support each other, and experience forgiveness through Jesus Christ. The next meeting will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 27, at the Cuppers conference room on Cortez Street. For more information, contact Prescott Christian Church at 928-445-0680, or email

If you’ve lost a loved-one, parent, child, or spouse to death and would like help coping with your loss, or you simply need people to talk to who have gone through the same kind of grief, then accept our invitation to our Grief Support group. Hope Lutheran Church of Chino Valley invites you to attend our grief support group on Monday mornings at 11 a.m. at our campus. In this group you will find support, understanding, grace, and love as you live through your grief and live with your great loss. Hope is located on the corner of 2 North and 1 East, behind the Safeway store, in Chino Valley. If you have any questions, please contact us at 928-636-2796 or at hopepastor@comm Prescott Caregiver Education Series

Kings of Country Concert

Chuck Brown, impersonator extraordinaire, returns to Faith United Church with his Kings of Country show at 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 2, Old Chisholm Trail in Dewey. The featured music will be from Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Merle Haggard, Ray Price, Conway Twitty and many other country legends. Your $20 donation at the door will include the amazing show as well as wine, hot apple cider and appetizers. Dust off your country duds and join us. For more information, call Loretta at 928-533-4256.

Hillside Bible Church is celebrating their 43rd anniversary on Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 3 and 4, with services each day at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Lunch will be served at noon each day. Sunday features the annual pit BBQ/potluck dinner.

Join us for great gospel music, preaching, testimonies, and awesome fellowship all weekend. Saturday afternoon features a concert by the Haining Family ( Guest speakers include Tom Cobb and Ray Roberson, along with missionaries affiliated with HBC sharing. Special music, in addition to the Hainings includes Bill and Jacque Wilcox, the Cobs and others.

Hillside Bible Church is located 16 miles west of Kirkland at 8670 South Date Creek Road in Hillside. For more information, please feel free to call 928-442-3842 or 928-713-2834.

Parents Night Out

Hosted by the youth teachers at Center for Spiritual Living, 3755 Willow Creek Road, Prescott. We are offering child care from 5 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 9, for children * 2 – 12 years of age. For a nominal fee of $5/child, we offer play time, craft time, and a G-rated movie. We will also feed the children pizza (cheese or pepperoni), carrot and celery sticks, apple slices and juice plus popcorn while watching the movie.

Please phone Diane Gesell at 928-308-8759 to reserve your space(s). All children need to be registered by Wednesday, Feb, 7.

*Children MUST be potty-trained.

All are welcome to join with Beit Torah Jewish Congregation ( in celebrating Tu B’Shvat, the Birthday of the Trees, Jan. 31, picnic weather permitting. Please call for details and directions: 928-237-0390, 928-227-0582 or email

The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League of Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church will be holding its annual Valentine Candy Sale from 11 a.m. to noon Sunday, Feb. 11. The church is located at 1202 Green Lane in Prescott. All candy is homemade and is sold individually boxed for $5 per box. In addition to candy for your sweetheart, homemade candy is also available for your “canine sweetheart.” All proceeds for this event will benefit our mission projects, all of which are located in the tri-city area. For more information, please call Barb DeWitt, 928-499-4316 or the church office at 928-778-9122.

Prescott drop-in meditation classes, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays, Unity Church of Prescott, 145 S. Arizona Ave.

In these weekly drop-in classes through profound teachings and meditation learn skillful and creative methods to initiate the inner change we all long for. The blissful journey of inner transformation will not only benefit ourselves but will also contribute to the happiness and peace of mind of those around us. Classes are based on the book ‘How to Transform the Mind’ by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.

You can download it for free at

Jan. 30: Opening the Heart, Feb. 6: Connected Through Kindness, Feb. 13: The Mirror of Dharma and Feb. 20: A Special View of Others.

$10 per class. $5/students. Everyone is welcome.


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