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New Bethel Church, 745 Walker Ave., Kansas City, Kan., held a free health fair and Thanksgiving outreach for the community on Saturday, Nov. 22. The theme of the event  was “Celebrating Life and Good Health.” Health screenings, presentations, signups for health insurance, a Thanksgiving dinner and groceries for the family were included. (Photo by William Crum)
New Bethel Church, 745 Walker Ave., Kansas City, Kan., held a free health fair and Thanksgiving outreach for the community on Saturday, Nov. 22. The theme of the event was “Celebrating Life and Good Health.” Health screenings, presentations, signups for health insurance, a Thanksgiving dinner and groceries for the family were included. (Photo by William Crum)
New Bethel Church, 745 Walker Ave., Kansas City, Kan., held a free health fair and Thanksgiving outreach for the community on Saturday, Nov. 22. The theme of the event was “Celebrating Life and Good Health.” Health screenings, presentations, signups for health insurance, a Thanksgiving dinner and groceries for the family were included. (Photo by William Crum)
New Bethel Church, 745 Walker Ave., Kansas City, Kan., held a free health fair and Thanksgiving outreach for the community on Saturday, Nov. 22. The theme of the event was “Celebrating Life and Good Health.” Health screenings, presentations, signups for health insurance, a Thanksgiving dinner and groceries for the family were included. (Photo by William Crum)
New Bethel Church, 745 Walker Ave., Kansas City, Kan., held a free health fair and Thanksgiving outreach for the community on Saturday, Nov. 22. The theme of the event was “Celebrating Life and Good Health.” Health screenings, presentations, signups for health insurance, a Thanksgiving dinner and groceries for the family were included. (Photo by William Crum)
New Bethel Church, 745 Walker Ave., Kansas City, Kan., held a free health fair and Thanksgiving outreach for the community on Saturday, Nov. 22. The theme of the event was “Celebrating Life and Good Health.” Health screenings, presentations, signups for health insurance, a Thanksgiving dinner and groceries for the family were included. (Photo by William Crum)
New Bethel Church, 745 Walker Ave., Kansas City, Kan., held a free health fair and Thanksgiving outreach for the community on Saturday, Nov. 22. The theme of the event was “Celebrating Life and Good Health.” Health screenings, presentations, signups for health insurance, a Thanksgiving dinner and groceries for the family were included. (Photo by William Crum)
New Bethel Church, 745 Walker Ave., Kansas City, Kan., held a free health fair and Thanksgiving outreach for the community on Saturday, Nov. 22. The theme of the event was “Celebrating Life and Good Health.” Health screenings, presentations, signups for health insurance, a Thanksgiving dinner and groceries for the family were included. (Photo by William Crum)

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The Cathedral of St. Peter, 409 N. 15th St., Kansas City, Kan. is sponsoring the fourth annual Nativity Display from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6, and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 7. More than 100 unique nativities will be on display. Come and enjoy a magical experience that reflects the true meaning of Christmas. Admission is free. There will also be a bake sale, fundraiser and refreshments. For additional information, contact Terri at teschne046@yahoo.com.

“Scripture Study, Bible Sharing and Reflection, Lectio and Journaling,” a regular weekly series facilitated by pastoral minister, Heather Neds, is offered at Keeler Women’s Center, 2220 Central Ave., Kansas City, Kan., from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Wednesdays. This weekly Bible study group is based on the upcoming scripture readings from the Common Lectionary. There will be time for reflection, sharing and journaling. Call 913-906-8990 to register.

Open Door Baptist Church, 3033 N. 103rd Terrace, is holding a raggedy doll ministry Christmas project workshop from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday evening, Dec. 2, in Room 128. No sewing experience is necessary to make a doll. For information on materials to bring, contact Open Door, 913-334-7777.

Parkway Baptist Church, 12320 Parallel Parkway, is planning a Community Blood Center blood drive from 3 to 7 p.m. Dec. 15 in the church’s classroom area. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 816-753-4040 or visit www.savealifenow.org.

Persons of all Christian traditions are invited to participate in Taizé prayer on Thursday, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. in Annunciation Chapel on the campus of the Mother House of the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, 4200 S. 4th Street, Leavenworth, Kan. Taizé prayer is a meditative, candlelit service that includes simple chants sung repeatedly, silence, and prayers of praise and intercession. These prayer services emerged from an ecumenical community of monks in Taizé, France. For more information, visit www.marillaccenter.org or call 913-680-2342.

Stony Point Christian Church,
149 S. 78th St., is planning an all-church Thanksgiving dinner at 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23, in the Cole Activity Center. Families will bring a side dish or dessert. Stony Point also is planning “The Sweet Memories of Christmas Program and Tasting Party” at 6 p.m. Dec. 14. There will be songs, readings, musical numbers or other performances.

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1300 N. 18th St., will observe the beginning of the season of Advent at its service at 10 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 30. Advent is the anticipation of the coming of Christ.

Kansas City, Kan., Mayor Mark Holland, Metro Lutheran Ministry Board of Directors President Christy Schliesman, staff members, supporters and friends joined Nov. 17 for the official opening of MLM’s new KCK Learning to Earning program at 750 Armstrong Ave. (Photo from Metro Lutheran Ministries)
Kansas City, Kan., Mayor Mark Holland, Metro Lutheran Ministry Board of Directors President Christy Schliesman, staff members, supporters and friends joined Nov. 17 for the official opening of MLM’s new KCK Learning to Earning program at 750 Armstrong Ave. (Photo from Metro Lutheran Ministries)

by Dale Garrison
An enthusiastic crowd braved chilly weather to officially open Metro Lutheran Ministry’s new Learning to Earning program at 750 Armstrong Ave. in downtown Kansas City, Kan., Nov. 17.

Led by Kansas City, Kan., Mayor Mark Holland and MLM Board of Directors President Christy Schliesman, staff members, supporters and friends launched the new location and expanded services. Focusing on financial literacy and job assistance,

Learning to Earning has been successful serving the community from MLM’s Central offices at 3031 Holmes, Kansas City, Mo., a spokesman said. The new location will allow access for more residents in need and expanded services.

Learning to Earning is designed to help participants manage their lives and solve the problems that many homeless and low-income residents face.

The program includes personalized coaching, assistance with work placements, help in completing the GED and other types of support. By utilizing the resources available through MLM’s community care and emergency assistance programs, Learning to Earning is able to deliver high-quality bundled services in an effective, efficient manner from a competent, compassionate staff who are sensitive to our citizens’ needs, desires, and struggles.

For additional information, contact MLM’s Learning to Earning program at 816-931-0027 or visit www.mlmkc.org.

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