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Presbyterians welcomes Rev. Saylor


The Chandler Presbyterian Church and Grand Canyon Presbytery celebrate the installation of Rev. George Saylor as designated pastor at 3 p.m. on Sun., Nov. 7. The service ends at 4 p.m. and is followed by a barbeque. The public is welcome to attend.


Chandler Presbyterian is located at 1500 W. Germann Rd. in Chandler. Why Thanksgiving?


Pastor Mike Sproul welcomes the SanTan Sun community to a special service at Tri-City Baptist Church in Chandler at 10:30 a.m. on Sun., Nov. 21 highlighting the theme “Why Thanksgiving? What if we don’t seem to have much to be thankful for?”


“Pastor Sproul, a lieutenant colonel chaplain in the Arizona Air Guard, understands the many needs of individuals in our community, as well as the needs of our nation at this time,” says Heidi Will, spokesperson for Tri-City Baptist. “The service will include distinctively Christian music and life applicable truths from the Bible.”


All guests are invited to share a free lunch with the congregation following the service.


Tri-City Baptist is located at 2211 W. Germann Rd., west of Dobson Road in Southern Chandler. For more information, call 480-245-7900 or visit www.tricityministries.org.


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November 6 - 19, 2010 63 Holiday survival tips for divorcees


To help divorced men and women cope with the anxiety and dread some may experience during the holidays, Chandler Christian Church offers “Divorce Care: Surviving the Holidays from 10 a.m. to noon Sat., Nov. 6. Attendees of the program will fi nd strength, encouragement and helpful information about: emotions that may surprise them over the holidays, fi nding the strength move forward, preparing for the coming holidays, managing and benefi ting from relationships, how to help children have a good holiday, focusing on the true meaning of the season and how to use the holidays to heal. The cost is $5, paid the day of class, and childcare is provided for birth to third


grade. To register email annamartin@chandlercc.org or call 480-963-3997, ext. 177. YMCA serves prayer for breakfast


The 4th Annual “Morning of Prayer Breakfast” hosted by the Chandler/Gilbert Family YMCA holds runs from 7 to 8:30 a.m. Tue., Nov. 16. Guest speaker Ann Meyers Drysdale, general manager of the Phoenix Mercury and vice president of the Phoenix Suns, appears along with Brother Hazim Nasaredden of the Muslim American Society, Rabbi David Roller of the American Seminary for Contemporary Judaism, Father Greg Schlarb of St. Anne’s Catholic Church, Jill Baldwin of the LDS Stake Relief Society, Rob Rauscher of Cornerstone Christian Fellowship and several other representatives of fellowships and faiths from around the area. Chandler Mayor Boyd W. Dunn and Gilbert Mayor John Lewis will also visit.


The event strives to provide a quality interfaith experience emphasizing unity of mind, body and spirit and encouraging cooperation and collaboration among diverse faiths.


Tickets are on sale at the YMCA. Individual seats are $15 each, with a sponsor table of 10 for $250.


The Chandler/Gilbert Family YMCA is located at 1655 W. Frye Rd. in Chandler. For more details, call 480-899-9622 or email rmontondo@vosymca.org.


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