Lutheran church celebrates Echoes of Easter

Trinity Lutheran Church, 502 N. Fourth St., will host its sixth annual Echoes of Easter celebration on Sunday. 

The celebration's theme is new life given in Christ. The concert will feature the Central Dakota Children’s Choir, McCabe Methodist Chancel Choir, Lord of Life Lutheran Church Choir, Sister Idelle Badt of Annunciation Monastery and Therese Kulas, Strikepoint Bell Choir from Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, the First Pacific Islander Christian Church of North Dakota, along with the Youth Correctional Center graduation song and video.

The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 701-426-8747.

Three Christian Women’s Club meetings set for Thursday

Linda Hagen, of Bismarck, will be the speaker for the three Christian Women’s Club meetings on Thursday.

Her theme is “Saved by Grace.” Hagen is a former administrative assistant at ND Geological Survey; she also worked at the Consumer Protection & Fraud Division and the ND Real Estate Commission.

• 9:30 a.m. Brunch Group meets at the Bismarck Eagles Club, 313 N. 26th St. Theme is “Hats Off to Spring: with a featured style show by Attitudes. Music will be provided by Christian Women’s Club Singers. Cost is $8. Make reservations by noon Monday. Call 258-3397.

• 12:30 p.m. Midday Connection meets at the Municipal Country Club, 930 N. Griffin St. Theme is “Melodies for Mothers” with a mini-concert by Pastor Dan and Laurie Kent. Cost is $10. Make reservations by Monday. Call 751-2869.

• 6 p.m. After 5 CWC Evening Group meets at the Municipal Country Club, 930 N. Griffin St. Theme is “Blue Skies & Sunbeams” with a feature provided by Carly Lenihan, of Lula B Boutique in Bismarck. Cost $12. Make reservations by Tuesday. Call 202-5570.

The Christian Women’s Groups are affiliated with Stonecroft.

Youth to lead worship services

The Bismarck-Mandan Unitarian Universalist Church, 818 E. Divide Ave. in Bismarck, is offering children- and youth-led services at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Sunday.

The congregation's young people will share from intercultural traditions, including a Lakota song and Congolese drumming.

-- Compiled from press releases and staff reports. Submit information to kimberly.wynn@bismarcktribune.com.

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