Church news for June 3

Lord of Life Lutheran
Church offers
women’s Bible study

Elburn—Lord of Life Lutheran Church will offer a women’s Bible study on Tuesdays from 6:30 to 8 a.m., beginning June 15; and on Wednesdays from 9:30 to 11 a.m., beginning June 16.

The study series, titled, “When God’s People Pray,” will focus on what the Bible says the Holy Spirit can do when God’s people pray.

The cost for the participant’s guide is $10.

Lord of Life Lutheran Church is located at 40W605 Route 38 and La Fox Road, Elburn. Call (630) 513-5325 or visit www.lolchurch.net.

Hosanna! Lutheran Church
hosts annual garage sale

St. Charles—Hosanna! Lutheran Church will hold its annual garage sale on Friday, June 4, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday, June 5, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Items for sale will include household goods, tools, electronics, outdoor items, small appliances, adult clothing, books and toys. Twenty percent of all proceeds will go to Lazarus House, the St. Charles-based homeless and transitional living center.

Payment terms are cash-and-carry only, items are as-is. For more information, call (630) 584-6434, e-mail welcome@hosannachurch .com or visit www.hosannachurch.com. Hosanna! is located at 36W925 Red Gate Road, St. Charles.

St. Charles Episcopal
offers healing mission

On Saturday, June 12, and Sunday, June 13, St. Charles Episcopal Church, 994 N. 5th Ave., St. Charles, will host A Healing Mission under the direction of its Order of St. Luke and the Rev. Paul Fieder.

Fieder, author of several books, has 36 years of experience in the healing and spiritual-growth ministries. He is the director of the St. John’s Center for Inner Peace in New London, Wis.

Beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, several lectures, a labyrinth walk, lunch and an afternoon Holy Eucharist will lead participants into a deeper understanding of the relationship of faith and healing. Sunday’s Holy Eucharists at 7:30, 9 and 10:45 a.m. will feature Don Crary, Chaplain, Order of St. Luke.

Call (630) 251-7981 or e-mail richardhattan@sbcglobal.net.

Learn, grow with Fox
Valley Jewish Neighbors

Geneva—Fox Valley Jewish Neighbors, an unaffiliated Jewish community center located at 121 S. Third St. in Geneva, is developing a new education program for children in third grade and up, to begin in the fall.

This new religious school program welcomes children—from Jewish and from interfaith families—who have been attending religious school, as well as children who have had little or no formal religious education. This will be a broad-based program inclusive of all branches of Judaism. Bar and bat mitzvah preparation will also be available.

Adults interested in teaching positions, including college students, educators and especially those with children who will be in the program, are encouraged to request information about paid teaching positions in this school.

Call (630) 232-8032 or (630) 584-3491 for more information.

FVJN is a Jewish community group composed of Jewish individuals and interfaith families living in central Kane County and nearby towns. The goal of this group is to develop a cohesive Jewish community in the Fox Valley area for religious, charitable and educational purposes. Visit www.fvjn.org for information and upcoming events.