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Christ the King Catholic Church, 3024 N. 53rd St., Kansas City, Kan., will change the time for its Saturday evening Mass to 4 p.m. beginning Saturday, Jan. 2.
Judson Baptist Church, 8300 State Ave., will have an interim pastor preaching at Sunday Services Jan. 3 through March 13. Pastor Jim McCrossen will be preaching during January. The 8:30 a.m. service will be suspended during this time. Sunday School will be at 9:45 a.m. and the regular Sunday service will be 11 a.m.
Risen Lamb International Church of the Nazarene, located in the Turner area of Kansas City, Kan., has announced the opening of the Risen Lamb Prayer Room and Retreat Center. On location at their church at 5301 Metropolitan Avenue, the prayer room and retreat center is open to the public for daytime retreats. All individuals or small groups seeking a quiet, sacred space to gather, pray, meditate, journal or read resources about prayer are welcome. The prayer room provides a peaceful space for solitude or can be scheduled in advance for groups of up to eight people. Guests seeking spiritual guidance may schedule a time of spiritual direction with one of the pastoral staff, and groups may inquire about scheduling a member of the pastoral team to lead or speak at a retreat. Donations accepted but not required. For more information, or to plan a visit, contact the Rev. Philip Friday at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 913-287-9418.
Members of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1300 N. 18th St., Kansas City, Kan., will observe Epiphany Sunday, Jan. 10. Services in English will be at 10 a.m. and in Spanish at 7 p.m.
Stony Point Christian Church, 149 S. 78th St., will have a biscuit and gravy breakfast at 7:30 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 10, in the church coffee shop.
Wyandotte United Methodist Church, 7901 Oakland Ave., will sponsor a Women’s Bible study beginning Jan. 26. The topic will be “Set Apart: Holy Habits of Prophets and Kings.”