New Hampshire Religion News Briefs
MERRIMACK — Saint John Neumann Church will hold its 18th annual Fast for Social Action on March 28 and 29.
This year’s theme is “Love Lights the Way — Jesus is the Way.”
Teen and adult participants will consume only juice and water for 30 hours while engaging in various service and team building activities.
Six local agencies will benefit: Jaiden’s Angel Foundation, Hope for Gus Foundation, Greater Nashua Mental Health Center, Corpus Christi Food Pantry, Cure for Hope and Saint John Neumann Outreach.
Contact the Youth Ministry Office at 880-0825.
Christ the King Parish hosts conference
The conference will be held on March 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Hear speakers discuss great works of Catholic literature and the authors that wrote them.
Event sponsors include the Knights of Columbus Council 112, Concord; and the Heart of the Heights Bookstore and Gift Shop, Concord.
It is recommended that tickets are purchased in advanced by going to the event website; they will also be available at the door the day of the event, too.
Etz Hayim women’s group to see movie
“We love getting together, and want to invite other women to join us,” said organizer Dina Chaitowitz.
Movie tickets cost $10 for adults, with a discount for museum members. Etz Hayim invites everyone to visit and experience a warm welcome.
To confirm attendance, email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information see www.etzhayim.org.
ROCHESTER — The New Hampshire Diocesan Council of Catholic Women is holding a Lenten breakfast on March 29 at St. Mary Parish, 71 Lowell St.
Registration begins at 8:30 p.m., with a closing prayer at 11:45 p.m. Call Helene Beaugegard for information at 335-5999. Register on-line at lentbreakfast2014.eventbrite.com. Men are welcome.
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