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68 August 6 - 19, 2011 The Bridge opens at CCC


Chandler Christian Church celebrates the grand opening of its new facility, the Bridge, with services at 5 and 6:15 p.m., Sat., Aug. 13 and at 8, 9:15, 10:30 and 11:45 a.m. Sun., Aug 14.


The festivities will include infl atable games, free drinks and free hamburgers and hot dogs, or attendees can check out the new café.


“We are so excited to offer this incredible ministry to our community,” says CCC’s Janet Stratman. “The grand opening will be a celebration of the new facility and its ministries and the closing of the Ripple Effect campaign. Through the generosity of CCC’s members, we will be able to make an amazing impact in the lives of the people in our community.”


All student worship services are also moving to the Bridge, with the SCREAM junior high service meeting at 9:30 a.m. and the Asylum high school service at 11:15 a.m.


In other CCC news, the Women’s Ministry Bingo Bash will be held from 6 to 9 p.m., Fri., Aug. 12. The $7 cost includes dinner and bingo. Learn more at www.chandlercc.org/2011/06/bingo-bash/.


CCC’s back-to-school backpack and hygiene products drive benefi ting San Marcos Elementary is still underway. Participants can pick up a backpack to fi ll on weekends. For more information or to view a list of needed items, visit www.chandlercc.org/2011/06/backpack-2011/.


Chandler Christian Church is located at 1825 S. Alma School Rd. To learn more, call 480-963-3997 or visit www.chandlercc.org.


‘Old-fashioned’ rummage sale


“Come with cash and leave with treasures” at Hope Covenant Church’s “huge, old-fashioned” rummage sale, held from 8 a.m. to noon Sat., Aug. 20. “Must-go” items include televisions, rolling TV stands, small furniture, kitchen items, clothing, toys, offi ce equipment and more.


“We’re going to make some great deals in an effort to de-clutter our church,” says member Corrie Gustafson.


Hope Covenant Church is located at 1770 S. Dobson Rd. in Chandler. Proceeds will


benefi t the church’s debt reduction fund. For more information, call 480-899-7255 or email info@hopeispossible.org.


LIFE NOT GOING LIKE YOU PLANNED?


Disappointments. Shattered dreams. Unforeseen plan/goal changes. They happen to all of us. And sometimes it’s just downright painful.


This unique class is designed for women who are experiencing transition from either a recent move, foreclosure, bankruptcy, financial devastation, job loss, and other circumstances where they have been forced into a situation that was not “their plan.”


When our plans and dreams change beyond our control, we find ourselves in a new place we call “Plan B”.


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Class begins August 24/25 and is offered Wednesday AM 9:15-11:15 or Thursday PM 6:30-8:30 Online registration at www.cschandler.com Click on Ministries/Womens/Plan B $20 fee includes book & all materials


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The San Marcos Resort is located at 1 N. San Marcos Pl. To learn more, email Melissa Hirschl at beadlover@cox.net.


9/11 service planned


A special recognition and memorial service to honor those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001, as well as members of the armed forces who have fallen in the war against terrorism, is held at 7 p.m., Sept. 11 at Sun Lakes United Methodist Church, 9248 E. Riggs Rd. The event, organized by Sun Lakes Jewish Congregation and the Sun Lakes United Methodist Church, features the choirs from both organizations and inspirational messages from Rabbi Irwin Wiener, Rev. Jim O’Neal and Rev. Don Bommarito. “The value of coming together for an occasion such as this is not only to remember, but to commemorate the lives that we lost,” says Wiener, who with O’Neal invites active members of the military and their families, as well as local fi rst responders, to attend.


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IN REMEMBERANCE: Rabbi Irwin Wiener, left, and Rev. Jim O’Neal will honor the fallen on the 10-year anniversary of 9/11.


“We honor those who fi ght the war on terrorism and seek community unity as we work for a world where peace and justice prevail,” adds O’Neal. Active military members and fi rst responder attending the service are asked to call O’Neal at 480-895-8766.


www.SanTanSun.com Jewish Couples Club meets


The East Valley Jewish Couples Club holds its annual Kick Off and Planning Meeting at 11 a.m. Sun., Aug. 28 at Chandler’s Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf Resort.


The organization offers social events for Jewish couples in the 45- to 68-year age


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