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Your Religion News: March 21, 2020

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Published: 3/22/2020 4:32:16 PM

(Editor’s note: Because most gatherings, concerts and events have been canceled, we will just list events that organizers report are still scheduled to happen. Send your news to by Thursday noon for inclusion in this column.)

You can still walk the labyrinth

GREENFIELD — The monthly facilitated labyrinth walk at the Episcopal Church of Saints James and Andrew’s parish hall will not be held because of the coronavirus situation. However, we invite you to walk, at your convenience, the permanent one on the side lawn. This is a good way to reduce stress, and importantly, to pray for all in need of healing energy and direction.

April 1: Nightly class on ‘His last 11 days’ now on Facebook, too

GREENFIELD — From his newly revised published book, “The Last Eleven Days of Jesus — Countdown to Passover, Crucifixion and Resurrection,” Pastor David Levandusky will be teaching a nightly class for 11 days following the footsteps of Jesus during His last 11 days. The services begin April 1 and continue each night at 6:30 p.m. through April 12. The public is invited to attend these services at Living Waters Assembly of God at 450 Davis St.

Levandusky will be doing a Facebook class on it as well for anyone who wants to participate in that way. To join the class on Facebook, they should go to the Facebook page titled “The Last Eleven Days of Jesus” and request to join the class.

April 9: Passover Seder Meal still a go

GREENFIELD — Robert Specter, president of Rock of Israel Ministries, will be coming to Living Waters Assembly of God Thursday, April 9, to present the Jewish Passover Seder Meal of the Messiah in the Passover. The Passover Service begins at 6 p.m. Specter has traveled to Europe, Russia, Brazil, Argentina, Finland, Japan, Hungary and Israel, giving him a global perspective, said Pastor David Levandusky. The church is at 450 Davis St.


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