Clergymen, occupying the watchtowers of the world, should uplift the standard of Truth. They should so raise their hearers spiritually, that their listeners will love to grapple with a new, right idea and broaden their concepts.
Bring your non-perishable food items to church on these dates and they will be donated to the Laguna Beach Food Pantry.
November 13, 2022 at 2:00 PM
First Church of Christ, Scientist
635 High Drive
Laguna Beach, CA
Speaker, Lyle Young
Speaker, Phillip Hockley
Speaker, Mark Swinney
With Margaret Rogers, September 26 - October 2
Few people have the financial means to permanently eradicate hunger from even one person's life, let alone overcome food instability. But what if you could? This week's guest, Margaret Rogers, wanted to help a young family in dire circumstances, but when giving them food or money wasn't an option, she found another solution. Please join us to hear what happened.
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