Traverse City Record-Eagle


July 10, 2010

Faith in Brief: 07/10/2010

Public invited to old-fashioned hymn sing

Traverse City — The Lightbearers, retired and senior adults from East Bay Calvary Church, invite the community to a good old-fashioned hymn sing.

The group will perform at 6 p.m. Sunday, July 11, at East Bay Calvary Church, 2225 Hammond Road East. Listeners are asked to bring a plate of cookies to share following the concert.

Book discussion group and potluck

Traverse City — Anna Belle, World Peace Diet facilitator, will lead a discussion of Will Tuttle's book, "The World Peace Diet: Eating for Spiritual Health and Social Harmony," at Unity Church.

The book focuses on the growing movement for peace, compassion, sustainability and health. The discussion group will feature the World Peace Diet Audio Book, video lectures, guided meditation and a recorded concert of Tuttle's piano music. There also will be vegan treats, and participants can learn the healing Elm Dance.

The group will meet from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays, July 11, 18 and 25, at Unity Church, 3600 Five Mile Road. A love offering will be accepted. For details, call 938-9587.

Program on Benzie Historical Museum

Beulah — The next Welcoming Wednesday program at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church will be held 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 14.

The evening will start with a picnic supper, followed by a discussion of the Benzie Area Historical Museum and its programs by Jerry Slater, president of the Board of Directors of the Benzie Area Historical Society. There also will be activities for children.

A short vespers service will close the program. It will be led by the Rev. Bob McQuilkin, with music by Sharyl Corey.

The church is located at 8190 Lincoln Road. For details, call 882-4241 or visit

Ken Osborne will give gospel concert

Traverse City — Southern gospel music artist Ken Osborne will give a concert Thursday, July 15, at Bayview Wesleyan Church.

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