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What’s happening – religion

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Bibles have been a best seller in America for many years. Bibles in our homes have been found on coffee tables, bookshelves, and even on the bedside stand. However, a great many people have not read nor understood fully the message the Bible can bring to that home.

Snowcross Community Church is offering a Wednesday night Bible study course for those who shy away from organized denominational churches. We offer a one-hour course from 7 to 8 p.m. No preaching, no music, nothing but the Bible and its meaning. We will meet the first, third and fourth Wednesday of each month. The first two gatherings are July 20 and July 27.

The meeting place is the Art Building between the South Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce and the Senior Center on Lake Tahoe Blvd. Come as you are, simply casual.

For more information call (530) 544-2221.

‘Being the light’ topic of service

Steve Goldman will lead a guest service at 10 a.m. Sunday at Unity at the Lake. The congregation meets at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd. Everyone is invited to participate in the service on the theme of “being the light of the world.”

“Many times I have heard church leaders say that each of us should be the light of the world. But, what does that mean? And how does one do it?” Goldman said. “We will explore this theme in some depth. I will describe what some great writers and spiritual leaders have said about being the light, and share some stories of how I found meaning in my own life.”

Goldman also will describe a powerful personal experience of being the light, and how it brought healing and joy. Then, he will invite people in the audience to share some of their stories.

“By sharing stories, we inspire each other,” he said.

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