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Faith Briefs - Aug. 3, 2016

Contributed photo / Mary Bales
Students from Cornerstone Christian’s 2015-16 class show some of their artistic works. Registration is open for the Christian preschool and kindergarten, part of the Grangeville Church of the Nazarene.


Contributed photo / Mary Bales Students from Cornerstone Christian’s 2015-16 class show some of their artistic works. Registration is open for the Christian preschool and kindergarten, part of the Grangeville Church of the Nazarene.



Cornerstone Christian accepting applications

GRANGEVILLE — Cornerstone Christian Learning Center, an outreach of the Grangeville Church of the Nazarene, is now accepting registration for preschool and kindergarten for the 2016-17 school year. School starts Tuesday, Sept. 6. For information call Mary Bales at 899-2962 or 983-0029. Registration packets can also be picked up at the church, 515 W. N. 2nd Street.

Told to serve mission

GRANGEVILLE — Zachary Told, son of Matthew and Katie Told of the Grangeville Ward, has been called to serve in the Argentina Salta Mission, Spanish speaking. He left for the Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah, on July 13 to serve a two-year mission.

Life Center service set for Kooskia Park Sunday

KOOSKIA — The Life Center will be moving their Sunday morning service this week, Sunday, Aug. 7, to the Kooskia Park to help celebrate Kooskia Days. The outdoor service begins at 10 a.m., with a full band with Johny Schuster and team, lots of singing, and a message by Pastor Arby for the community. After the service there will be a potluck dinner, games for the kids and baptism in the river.

Everyone is invited. Bring a chair and some food and come celebrate Kooskia Days. There will be no services in the morning at their building at 4432 Highway 12 but the 5:30 p.m. evening service will still be held at the church building.

Hunter to speak at Encouragers this Thursday

GRANGEVILLE — Pat Hunter of Kooskia will speak to the Encouragers Thursday, Aug. 4, at an 11:30 a.m. luncheon at Oscar’s Restaurant.

Hunter will share songs she has written out of her life experiences, and the stories behind them. The retired school librarian, piano teacher and musician is married to Robert Hunter. They have three adult children and seven grandchildren. Hunter teaches Bible classes at The Life Center in Kamiah and volunteers at Loving Hands Thrift Store, a church outreach.

All are welcome to attend this regular no-host luncheon meeting, which meets at 101 E. Main in Grangeville the first Thursday of each month.



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