Songs, stories and a strong sense of “dream-come-true” broke through Saturday’s drizzle as more than 50 friends and supporters of the Ingalls Creek Enrichment Center near Peshastin gathered to celebrate 25 years of bringing the community retreat facility to near completion.
EAST WENATCHEE — The HUMUH Clear Mind Buddhist Life Science/Meditation Center of Oroville will host a Satsang spiritual study group at 4 p.m. Nov. 9 in the sanctuary of the Cascade Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 1550 Sunset Highway.
At a battlefield hospital very close to the front a naive infantryman is ordered to fill in as a surgical attendant. His job is to sterilize and supply surgical implements to the operating surgeons. He is hurried through the sterilizing method — the sink and soap and the autoclave (the oven) — and thrown to it.
If this were a movie, a joyful song and dance would be added. Harvesting is a happy time. Hard work from daybreak as farmers share a thrashing machine and wives join the work. But grain safely stored in a silo is like mass evangelism’s responders in God’s care.
A gorgeous, sunlit afternoon on Sunday was the setting for what would be a momentous occasion in the life of the congregation of Three Hierarchs Orthodox Christian Church. The small, vibrant, and growing church community in Wenatchee gathered at our newly acquired property at 1915 N. Western Ave., across from the Wenatchee Cemetery, for a blessing service.
EAST WENATCHEE — Trinity United Methodist Church, 850 N. James Ave., is starting a new Bible study on “Intercessory Prayer.” The first sessions will be at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesday. Sessions will continue through the fall.