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Local church again plans nativity display

Nativities collected from around the world will again be featured during a two-day open house Dec. 3-4 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 310 Calhoun Drive in Rockdale.

Admission is free. Hours on Friday, Dec. 3 will be 5 until 9 p.m. Hours on Saturday, Dec. 4, will be 3 until 7 p.m.

Area residents are invited to loan their nativities for the display. “We would love to display your nativity,” said Chanda Sanderson, spokesperson. “To participate, contact Sanderson at 446-2822 or bring your nativity to Rockdale Veterinary Clinic before Friday, Dec. 3.

First Christian to host Thanksgiving meal

First Christian Church will hold its annual free Thanksgiving meal at noon Thursday, Nov. 25 in the church fellowship hall.

“There’s no reason for anyone to go without a Thanksgiving meal or to eat alone,” said John Elbert Fischer, church spokesman.

Last year the church served 90 meals.

For more information call Fischer at 446-3308.

Next men’s breakfast Jan. 11 at Presbyterian

Next monthly second-Tuesday communit y men’s fellowship breakfast will be 7 to 8 a.m. Jan. 11 at First Presbyterian Church fellowship hall.

No breakfast will be held in December.

Purpose of the meetings are to allow men of all denominations to gather for food, fellowship and a brief devotion. These breakfasts rotate between several local churches.

Ladies ministry offers Bible study series here

The ladies ministry of Rising Star Baptist Church invites all women interested to attend an upcoming series of Bible Study.

The first six weeks of study is “Women Who Dance,” led by Lisa Dennis. Classes will continue through Sunday, Dec. 12. Classes will meet each Sunday 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Citizen’s National Bank Community Room, 140 E. Cameron Ave.

For more information call Lisa Dennis, 512-657-3972, or Jo Ann Bradford, 446-3242.


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