Religion Digest

May 10, 2014 

Music and the arts

CELTIC MUSIC, CHANTS – 7 p.m. May 17, Center for Spiritual Living, 2125 Wylie Drive, Suite 1, Modesto. Anton Mizerak, a keyboardist, harmonica and tabla player, and singer Laura Berryhill, both from Mount Shasta, present evening of Celtic songs, transformational healing music and chants from around the world. Offering. (209) 648-3495.

Speakers

LISA HENDEY – 7:15 a.m. Tuesday, Old Mill Cafe, 600 Ninth St., Modesto. Hendey, a social media expert and technology contributor to EWTN’s Son Rise Morning Show, will speak at the Modesto Catholic Professionals & Business Club meeting. Mass at St. Stanislaus Church at Seventh and J streets precedes breakfast meeting at 6:30 a.m. For reservations, cpbmodesto@gmail.com or (209) 968-8086.

Classes

ART OF MARRIAGE – 6:30-9 p.m. Friday and 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 17, Escalon Covenant Church, 1155 Escalon Ave. Video-guided class “Art of Marriage” by national organization, Family Life “helps couples understand God’s plan for relationships.” $33 per person for materials. Register online at www.escaloncovenant.org. (209) 838-7600.

LIFE PATTERNS – 8-week class begins May 27; informational meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Center For Spiritual Living Modesto, 2125 Wylie Drive, Suite 1, Modesto. “Life Patterns: Choosing the Agreements by Which We Live” is based on book, “The Four Agreements,” by Don Miguel Ruiz. Offering. (209) 648-3495.

Miscellaneous

REVIVAL – 7 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. May 17 and 18, Coulterville Christian Fellowship, 5033 Main St. The Rev. Bill Wilson, a missionary, evangelist, pastor and revivalist from Florida, will speak. He has traveled throughout the United States as well as to Argentina, Zaire and Jamaica. Offering. (209) 878-3216.

Send events by noon Tuesday to snowicki@modbee.com or fax to (209) 578-2207.

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