Christian Women’s Club meetings to be held Thursday

Mary Beck, of Anamoose, will be the speaker for the two Christian Women’s Clubs meetings on Thursday. She will talk about gifts received in a lifetime — family, friends, husband and his donor organ. 

The Christian Women’s groups are affiliated with Stonecroft.

Brunch Group meets at 9:30 a.m. at the Bismarck Eagles Club, 313 N. 26th St. Theme is “Precious Gifts.” The special feature is by Nancy Fehr of Susie Q’s showing Pride of North Dakota and other North Dakota-made products. Cost is $8. Make reservations by noon Monday by calling 701-258-3397.

Midday Connection will meet at 12:30 p.m. at the Municipal Country Club, 930 N. Griffin St. Theme is “Treasures of Love.” Special music is by Colleen Rinehart. Cost is $10. Call for reservations by noon Tuesday. Call 701-222-8558.

After 5 CWC Evening Group will not be meeting in February and March. 

Jeans & Jerseys Day hosted at Capital Christian Center

In recognition of Super Bowl Sunday, Capital Christian Center invites residents to pull on their jeans and jerseys and come to a morning service on Sunday.

“We have Jeans & Jerseys Day because we think it’s all right to have a little fun in church,” said Pastor Dan Kent. “The message that day will be on ‘The Greatest Contract.’ Everyone is welcome. Come and bring a friend.”

The services are at 9:30 and 11 a.m. A nursery is available for children ages 2 and younger, and Children’s Church is available during the 11 a.m. service.

Capital Christian Center is located at 3838 Jericho Road in east Bismarck. For more information, phone the church office at 701-255-1388 or check out the website at cccbismarck.com.

Service focuses on social impact through photography

Sunday service at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship & Church, 818 E. Divide Ave., Bismarck, features Lea Black at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

Speaking on "Focusing through the Lens of Positive Purpose: Reflecting the Light Within You, Back to You," Black will discuss using the art of photography as a tool for social and community impact. She takes parishioners on a journey from the seeds of creativity and design planted in childhood.

Her most recent project, "Human Atlas of Bismarck," is an inclusive photographic portrait of the face of the community, in all its diversity. 

Knights of Columbus to host breakfast to benefit clinic

The Knights of Columbus will be hosting a breakfast on Sunday from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the Christ the King Parish Life Center.

The breakfast will include sausage, scrambled eggs, hash-brown wedges, pancakes, ice cream, fruit, juice, milk and coffee for a freewill offering. Proceeds will be used to support FirstChoice Clinic, a nonprofit faith-based clinic providing education and health services to empower individuals to make informed, life-affirming choices.

Christ the King is located at 505 10th Ave. N.W., Mandan. 

Send faith briefs to kimberly.wynn@bismarcktribune.com.

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