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What’s happening – religion

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Event is to promote healing

Unity at the Lake will host a 30-minute silent walking meditation to bring healing and life back to the beautiful woods of Lake Tahoe. Participants should wear sturdy shoes. Come with all you have been feeling and help transform it to love and joy as we walk in the living, loving presence of the Spirit. Give this love and joy back to the forest that has given so much to us.

The event will take place at 2 p.m. both July 14 and July 21. Meet by 1:45 p.m. in the parking lot of Safe Haven in Meyers and we’ll carpool to the corner of Mewuk and Wintoon in order to reduce noise and traffic for the residents. For more information call Hillary at (530) 577-7135 or Cherie at (530) 577-5751.

Bible school at First Baptist

First Baptist Church of South Lake Tahoe invites all children in kindergarten through fifth grade to join them for vacation Bible school. “Jesus My Savior My Friend” will take place from 3:30 to 5 p.m. July 16 through July 20 at the church, 1053 Wildwood Ave.

The Bible school will include games, Bible stories, singing, refreshments, crafts, prizes and lots of fun. Invite your family, friends and neighborhood children to join in a fun-filled afternoon with the Lord.

For transportation and more information call the church at (530) 544-2743.

Bible school about to start

Sierra Community Church will host “Avalanche Ranch – A Wild Ride Through God’s Word” vacation Bible school July 16 through July 20. The Bible school will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. each day at the church, 1165 Sierra Blvd.

Children 4 years old through sixth grade are invited to put on their cowboy boots, saddle up their horse and join the stampede.

Registration will begin at 5 p.m. and participants should eat dinner before they come on over to the ranch. For more information call (530) 544-7055, ext. 5.

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