Religion bulletin board, October 29, 2022 | News

Quartz Hill United Methodist Hosts Monthly Blood Collections

Monthly blood collections take place at Christ Our Savior United Methodist Church, 5027 West Columbia Way (Avenue M).

The next one is scheduled for November 28. The last ride is scheduled for December 29.

Visit redcrossblood.org and enter code COSUMC to schedule a donation. For more information, contact Chris Ulvin at 661-816-0038.

Seventh Day Adventists Plan Revival, Health Reach

LANCASTER – Antelope Valley Seventh Day Adventist Church, 45002 Fern Ave., will hold revival and health events on Sunday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday through November 5.

The events will feature worship music, giveaways, blood pressure readings, health classes and children’s activities.

Volunteers wanted for 40 Days for Life campaign

Volunteers are needed to join other Christians and pro-life advocates in Antelope Valley 40 Days for Life – 40 days of prayer and fasting for an end to abortion – through November 6.

Participants will stand and pray peacefully during the 40-day vigil in the priority public outside FPA Women’s Health Clinic, 43845 10th St. West Suite 1E, Lancaster, and Planned Parenthood, 533 East Palmdale Blvd., Suite 533-A1.

For more information, contact Mary Anne at 661-236-6625.

Registration open for year at Saint Mary’s School

PALMDALE – Saint Mary’s School, 1600 East Ave. R-4, accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year for transitional preschool through eighth grade.

Reading room available at First Church of Christ, Scientist

LANCASTER — First Church of Christ, Scientist, 44802 Fern Ave., has a reading room—a bookstore and library—at the east entrance that is open to the public from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

A wide selection of Christian materials, including bibles and other books, CDs, weeklies and monthlies, is available in various translations and for all ages. These are available for research, study and purchase.

All Christian Science churches have a reading room at or near their church.

Chaplains needed for visits to Antelope Valley Medical Center

LANCASTER — Antelope Valley Medical Center is seeking volunteer chaplains to care for patients’ spiritual needs or to minister through intercession Monday through Friday.

The center welcomes volunteers who show a genuine interest in providing spiritual support to their neighbors in an interfaith healthcare setting.

Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer chaplain can contact Dennis Mortimer, Director of Volunteer Resources, at dennis.mortimer@avmc.org or 661-949-5102.

The Antelope Valley Press welcomes contributions to its Religion Bulletin Board. Announcements are published as a public service; items will be run when space permits and priority will be given to entries that have not yet appeared in the paper.

Entries are limited to special events, as opposed to routine church services and gatherings. Written press releases are required, including the name of the church or organization; the time, date and place of the event; possible costs; and a phone number, email address, and/or web address that the public can contact for details.

Send press releases to Religion Editor, Antelope Valley Press, PO Box 4050, Palmdale, CA 93590-4050; fax them to 661-947-4870; email them to editor@avpress.com; or take them to the Valley Press office, 37404 Sierra Highway in Palmdale. Releases must be in by noon on the Wednesday one week prior to the event as the bulletin board is only in the Religion section on Saturdays.

For answers to questions about submissions, call 661-441-6150.

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