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The Simple Truths for Life radio broadcast in partnership with Sligo Church, invites you to a special Thanksgiving celebration and an evening of prayer and praise.
This evening will feature music from the Sligo Singers and band with special guests Felipe Paccagnella and Light Switch.
Help Families In Need Bring at least two canned goods items, that will be donated to Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington to help feed families in need during the holidays. You will receive a copy of Pastor Tapp's book "Don't Wait Until The Battle Is Over...Shout Now: Clinging To God In Trying Times."
Kid's Activities Bring your kids for some fun with Pastor Gerry Lopez and his puppet sidekick Carlito.
Free Giveaways WGTS 91.9 and LivingWell Christian Store will be on site with special giveaways for our guests.
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*Looking For Poetry/Performing Artist* The Express Yourself Poetry Jam hosted by Leslie Crawford of Exposed Books Publishing (www.exposedbooks.com) and Crystal Williams of The YOU Brand Academy (www.theyoubrandacademy.com) will be a night to remember! Local poetry artists/performing artists will use their voices to express themselves and uplift your spirit in the process. The expression of oneself is imperative in this day and age that is why this event was birthed! Therefore, it is necessary for you to be a participant to come and release what it is you have inside of you to the world, be a guest to be blessed by the messages from the poetry artists/performing artist, and simply enjoy the experience!share
Come see "Letters to Sala", presented by Georgetown Visitation’s Masqueraders. You do not want to miss this wonderful production November 22-24, 2019. ABOUT THE PRODUCTION Adapted from the book Sala’s Gift by Ann Kirschner and based on a true account, "Letters to Sala" is a remarkable story of a young girl's survival during wartime Germany. Five years. Seven Nazi labor camps. Over 350 hidden letters. Sala Garncarz Kirschner kept her secret for over fifty years, concealing her incredibly painful history in a board game box. "Letters to Sala" draws from the emotional journeys that begin for both Ann and Sala when the letters resurface. As Ann processes her own reaction to her mother's story, her daughters, Caroline and Elisabeth, also realize for the first time the weight of their Jewish heritage. Simultaneously, Ann's study of the letters throws Sala into the past again. If Sala risked her life to hold onto them as a young woman imprisoned in a work camp, are they merely the emotionally rich relics of her past life? Or are they worthy and important historical documents that demand to be shared with the public? Three generations of Kirschner women must work together to sift through the past and come to terms with the true gravity of Sala's letters.share
Shop for yourself or holiday gifts while supporting freedom business! These companies are dedicated to fighting the unjust, evil cycle of human trafficking and poverty. They do this not only through the means of building a sustainable business model for these at- risk, vulnerable women by training their skills and providing holistic treatment such as counseling. The work itself also provides a way towards spiritual freedom as the makers are able to express themselves where they would otherwise feel silenced, and find purpose in creating something valuable and beautiful for others. Most importantly, they can hear all about what God their Father truly thinks of them -as treasured delights of the most High. Bring your friends and family and see these hand crafted, stylish, made with freedom products for yourself while getting your Holiday shopping done early!!share
This program is for anyone that needs time to reflect and pray to God and with others. Reflect on life's events and where you want to go from here. Theme: Living Fully in God. Cost is $35 which covers materials/speaker and food. For registration form contact Jeanne Hoover firstname.lastname@example.org
Christ Church Accokeek, an Episcopal Church which seeks to live a biblically faith life, is holding is 94th Ham and Oyster Dinner on Saturday November 23 from 1-7 pm. Our all-you-can-eat dinner includes fried oysters, ham (not stuffed), turnips, green beans, potato salad, apple sauce and rolls. Yes, all you can eat fried oysters! All proceeds benefit the mission and ministry of Christ Church. Come, eat and be blessed in the presence of the Lord. All major credit cards are accepted. Payment is at the door.share
The out-and-back, USTAF certified course follows a flat portion of the W&OD Trail through the City of Falls Church. The 5K race is professionally timed with volunteers guiding you through a few street turns to and from the trail. The 3K turnaround point is located at the halfway point on the trail. You will have supporters along the entire route. As a community race focused on raising funds to feed the hungry locally and around the world, we encourage families, groups, and clubs to complete this event together. We are stroller and pet friendly!share