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SUMNER — The Congregational Church of East Sumner will be honoring women at the monthly First Saturday Supper on May 5, at 5:30 p.m. The meal will include casseroles, salads and desserts.
There will be raffle items following the meal. Donations will benefit the work of the Church. Confirmation Sunday will be held on April 29 during the 9 a.m. worship service.
The school-year session of Sunday School will end on May 6 with presentations during morning worship and a hike to the falls behind the Church at about 10:30 a.m.
Summer Sunday School starts on May 13 and will include the planning, planting and maintenance of the Youth Garden.
The Annual 3 in 1 plus Raffle Sale will be held in the Church yard on Saturday, May 19 from 9 a.m. to Noon.
Yard Sale - gently used items, knick knacks, gardening items, housewares, books; Bake Sale – delicious foods, cookies, cakes, pies, bread, bars, brownies; Plant Sale – mostly perennial flowers will be featured, some starter shrubs and vegetable seedlings will also be there.
Raffle items will be announced later.
The church is located on Route 219 in East Sumner village at 50 Main Street.
HARTFORD — Pinpoint of Light Spiritualist Center will offer a class on Spiritual Healing on April 29 at 12:30 p.m. at the Hartford Town Hall, 1190 Main Street, Hartford. Energy healing is used in many traditional healing modalities: polarity therapy, reflexology, acupressure, and Reiki, to name a few.
Spiritual healing is channeled through a medium, or healer, to transmit energy from higher realms of consciousness, from Spirit or the Universe. Learn more about plugging into this wonderful energy source and practice channeling that energy to heal yourself and others.
Topics discussed will include intelligent cells and organs in the body, energy fields in and around the body, learning to connect with Universal Energy, self-healing, absent healing, and laying on of hands.
Come and make a day of it by first attending Pinpoint of Light’s service at 10:30 a.m. and a potluck lunch. Contact Rev. Penny Frobese at 388-3436 or Robert Foster at 743-2613 for more information. A $5 donation is suggested.
NORWAY — The Norway Unitarian Universalist Church has services every Sunday at 11 a.m. Visitors are always welcome. Child care is provided.
April 29 - Jennifer Wixson, "A Frost Pocket of Goodness." About the mythical town of Sovereign, Maine (pop. 1,048) where the killing frost comes just in time to “squench” all budding attempts at narrow-mindedness and mean-spiritedness.
Jennifer is a 2001 graduate of Bangor Theological Seminary and regular speaker at the Norway UU Church.
May 6 - Kate Braestrup, topic to be announced. Kate is a UU Minister, chaplain for the Maine Warden Service and celebrated author of the bestseller “Here if You Need Me.” Her most recent book is called “Beginner’s Grace.”
“There is no false piety here, nor is there much heady analysis either. Instead, there is an exquisitely informative, seductive, largely autobiographical but no holds barred frank, presentation of one chaplain’s own engagement with prayer.” - Phyllis Tickle, author of “The Great Emergence.”
Kate will also be speaking at the Norway Library on May 5 at 7 p.m.
Music will be provided by the choir, directed and accompanied by Heather Pierson. Coffee and refreshments will follow. Please join in.
PARIS — Music Sunday is the theme for the South Paris First Universalist Church on April 29 at the 10 a.m. worship service. This service will be facilitated by Marilyn Hammond and Sharon Bouchard and will include selections from the choir, flute solo and a variety of hymns.
Music is under the direction of Joyce Franklin and Sunday School is under the direction of Renee Wales.
Coffee and fellowship will follow the worship service and all are welcome. Child care is available.