Religion Briefs

Methodist church to begin sermon series

The Rev. Jeff Huber at First United Methodist Church of Durango will begin a new sermon series called “Jeremiah: Faith for Tough Times” this weekend.

The series will run for four weeks and will explore the parallels in the world during the time of the prophet Jeremiah and today as it relates to social division, economic strife and personal struggles.

For more information or for a list of services, visit www.fumcdurango.org or call 247-4213.

Lutheran youths to host Cowboy Dinner

The Christ the King Lutheran Church youth group will host a Cowboy Dinner at 6 p.m. Friday at the church, 495 Florida Road.

This is a fundraiser for the youths’ 2013 mission trip. The youths will serve a chili supper with a vegetarian option, and Joyful Noise will provide musical entertainment. Tickets are $10 per person.

For more information, visit ctkdurango.org, call 247-5310, or visit the church office.

National Day of Prayer to be held May 2

National Day of Prayer “Pray for America” will take place at noon May 2 at the flagpole outside the La Plata County Courthouse, 1060 East Second Ave.

A preprayer service will begin at 11 a.m. Fellowship will follow the event.

For more information, visit Commit2Pray.com.

Lutheran church to host Family Sunday School

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 2611 Junction St., will host a Family Sunday School for children and their parents at 9:15 a.m. April 28.

The theme will be “Fishing for Souls.”

For more information, call 259-2493.

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