Weekend Spiritual Events Include Farewell to Thurbers
Friday night worship will feature the Literature Evangelism Team. It will be held in the Keene SDA Church and starts at 8. Afterglow will follow in the Student Center hosted by the Biology Club.
Saturday morning, Sabbath School will be in the Student Center at 10 a.m. and a breakfast snack will be served.
For church, Pastor Mic Thurber will preach his farewell sermons to his congregation of 11 years. The two services are at 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. A farewell gathering for Pastors Mic and Jana Thurber is scheduled for Saturday evening at 6:30 to 9 in the Senior Center.
Two outreach opportunities are offered this week. One will be led by the Literature Evangelism team and they will go pass out books. Austen Powell will lead the second one, which will involve visiting the nursing home in Keene. Those interested in going should meet on the library steps and leave at 3 p.m.
Closing out the Sabbath is Evensong, the University-sponsored reflective service featuring scripture, prayer, responsive reading and music. It will be held in the Keene SDA Church Sanctuary at 6.
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