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Sierra Community Church will conduct a 10-week, video-taped Bible study from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursdays starting Sept. 9. The group will not meet Oct. 7 and the final class will meet Nov. 18.

The teacher for the series is best-selling author and popular women’s conference leader Beth Moore. She will explore what it means to know and truly believe God – as described in Isaiah 43:10. Drawing from the “Heroes of Faith” in Hebrews 11, this study examines the lives of Abraham, Moses and others who believed in God. Through their examples, Moore encourages women to deepen their own trust in God and receive a fresh word from Him.

It is hoped that participants will commit to this time of study and experience growing closer to God. Workbooks cost $15 each. Child care will be provided for children 5 years of age and younger at no additional cost.

To register and for more information contact Barbara at the church office between 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday at (530) 544-7055.

Church collects school supplies

There are many children living at South Lake Tahoe who cannot do their homework in the evenings because they do not have the necessary crayons, pencils or paper at home.

The Sierra Community Church Youth Group is continuing a ministry for these local elementary students. They will be collecting new donated school supplies such as pencils, crayons, scissors and lined paper and placing them in decorated school boxes.

The supplies will be delivered to local elementary schools at the beginning of the new school year. Children who are in need of these supplies will be able to take them home.

The youth group will have a collection box at the Kmart in South Lake Tahoe daily and at Sierra Community Church before and after Sunday services through Aug. 30. We thank those who have donated supplies already.

Everyone is encouraged to help the children in the community by donating new school supplies.

– Provided to the Tribune


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