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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration: 6 p.m. Jan. 19; Jesus People in God’s Dimension Church, 140 Volusia St.; Speakers will be Elder Henry Green, Evangelist Varnita Matthews, Minister Sandra Thompson and Co-Pastor Alma Blount. The affair will be “Keeping the Dream Alive.” The affairs will accommodate a presentation by pre-k acceptance and an old appearance actuality sing out. The accident is chargeless and accessible to the public.
Guest Speaker: 10:30 a.m. Jan. 20; Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2487 A1A South; Jeffrey Nall, Ph.D. will present “From Left to Right, Why We All Need the Ideas and Example of MLK.” Nall teaches aesthetics and abstract courses at Indian River State College and the University of Central Florida. He additionally teaches courses in Florida Atlantic University’s Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies department.
Interfaith Devotional Gathering: 11 a.m. Jan. 22; The Ponce St. Augustine Hotel, 1111 N. Ponce de Leon Blvd. Hosted by The Bahai’s of St. John’s County, the affairs will accommodate prayers and airy chat on the virtues of affection and compassion. All are welcome. For information, email Media Speaker: 10 a.m. to apex Jan. 26; Temple Bet Yam, 2055 Wildwood Drive. Sponsored by Temple Bet Yam and Compassionate St. Augustine, Dr. Gary Zola will present “George Washington and the Story of Religious Freedom in America.” Zola is a assistant of the American Jewish acquaintance at Hebrew Union College and the Executive Director of the Jacob Marcus Radar Center of the American Jewish Archives. All are acceptable to appear the chargeless address and discussion. For information, email Media Freedom Lecture: 10 a.m. to apex Jan. 26; Temple Bet Yam, 2055 Wildwood Drive. Hosted by Temple Bet Yam and Compassionate St. Augustine, Dr. Gary Zola will present the lecture, “George Washington: The Story of Religious Freedom in America.” Zola, Assistant of the American Jewish Acquaintance at Hebrew Union College, is the Executive Director of the Jacob Marcus Radar Center of the American Jewish Archives. The affairs is chargeless and accessible to the public. For information, email Media Event: St. Joseph Academy Catholic High School will host a fundraising event, “Many Gifts, One Nation: A Day of Giving to Catholic Schools” from apex Jan. 29 through apex Jan. 30. Held in affiliation with Catholic Schools Week, donations for the fundraiser can be fabricated online during the 24-hour aeon at Media Annual Brunch and Agenda Party: 10 a.m. Jan. 30; Hammock Dunes Club, 30 Avenue Royale, Palm Coast. Hosted by Temple Bet Yam, the affairs will accommodate lath and agenda amateur such as Mah-Jongg, Bridge, Scrabble, Rummy Q, Poker and Canasta. Coffee and pastries will be served aloft arrival. A cafe cafeteria and ambrosia will chase at noon. Tickets are $30 and accommodate food, amateur and aperture prizes. For reservations, alarm Jane Seiden at 954-319-0465 or Teresa Freedman at 774-994-2066. The borderline for anxiety is Jan. 18.
Art Exhibit: Through Jan. 30; Ponte Vedra Presbyterian, 4510 Palm Valley Road; Christmas art assignment by bounded artists will be featured in the church’s Bethel Gallery during the art exhibit, “Joy to the World, the Lord has Come.” Hours are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday–Thursday; and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
High Tea and Crafts: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 16; Shores United Methodist Church, 724 Shores Blvd.; Hosted by the Sunset Circle, participants can sample a array of acceptable tea sandwiches, desserts, coffee and tea as able-bodied as apprentice a new ability or two. The accident is free. Anxiety are requested. For reservations, alarm 797-4416.