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Deltona Alliance plans gospel program honoring MLK
By Margie Dykes
posted Jan 4, 2014 - 9:33:51am
Bill Lazarus will present “Predictions,” a reflection on prognostications and other observations of what lies ahead in the new year, at the 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 5, service at First Unitarian Universalist Church of West Volusia in DeLand.
Lazarus is a historian and religious scholar, and one of the most popular speakers at the church. He offers thoughtful insights on religion and the world, always accentuated with humor.
Religious education for children of all ages is provided during the service.
For more information about the church, visit www.facebook.com/UUDeland or www.uudeland.org, or call 386-734-6499. To learn more about Unitarian Universalism, visit www.uua.org.
Deltona Alliance Church, at 921 Deltona Blvd., will host a Gospel Program honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 19. The program will be followed by a candlelight vigil. The theme for the weekend of celebrations is “Dreaming of a Better America for Everyone,” and is sponsored by the Deltona Dreamkeepers.
An annual Breakfast Celebration will be at 8 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 18, at New Hope Baptist Church, 2855 Lake Helen Osteen Road in Deltona. Joshua Williams will speak on “Homeless to Bethune-Cookman University Graduate” at 9 a.m. The breakfast costs $10, and tickets must be purchased in advance by calling Mike Williams at 386-804-6136.
Southern Gospel Music Male Vocalist of the Year Ivan Parker will present a concert at 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11, at Central Baptist Church, 3101 W. State Road 46 in Sanford.
The concert is free, with a love offering collected afterward.
Freeman to speak
Dr. Rich Freeman, a representative of Chosen People Ministries, will speak at 11 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 5, at Open Bible Baptist Church in Orange City. Freeman will speak on “Israel, the Church, and the Middle East Crisis.”
The talk is free, with a love offering collected afterward.
Chosen People Ministries was founded in 1894 by a Hungarian rabbi who came to believe Jesus was the messiah of Israel.
Call 386-775-4320 for more information.
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