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The Bulletin


Byline: The Register-Guard

Religious services and events

Cascade Center for Spiritual Living - The Rev. Stana Knez will speak at the 10 a.m. service Sunday at the Tomseth House at Dorris Ranch, 205 Dorris St., Springfield, on "How to Use It," the end of a series covering the principles of "Science of Mind." Paul Safar will provide music. The monthly community gathering will follow the service; bring a potluck dish to share. The class "Shortcut to a Miracle" will continue at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. 541-747-3887 or cascade.csl.org.

Center for Spiritual Living Eugene - "So What Happens Now?" is the topic of the Rev. Linda Finley's talk at the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday at 390 Vernal St. Wednesday's 7 p.m. session of "Tools for Successful Living" will be "An Evening With Rumi," presented by Drew Johnson. 541-485-0035 or sgc@csleugene.com.

Tu b'Shvat Guided Tree Walk - In honor of the "New Years for Trees," Jewish Events Willamette Valley will hold a 90-minute guided tree walk at 2 p.m. Sunday at Mount Pisgah Arboretum, 34901 Frank Parrish Road. Meet at the visitor center, just off the parking lot near the river. The walk is free, but there is a $3 parking charge, and the arboretum requests a $3 donation to help with programming and activities. Call 541-514-2571 or rgne.ws/TzREPN.

Grace Lutheran Church - The church's Life School presents "A Gospel Sunday Afternoon With David 'Elvis' Lomond," from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sunday at the church, 710 E. 17th Ave. Cost is $15. Reservations at 541-554-9753; information at davidlomond.com.

First United Methodist Church - Concerts at First will present the Cascade Consort - featuring music by William and Henry Lawes, Robert Johnson and John Dowland - at 4 p.m. Sunday at 1376 Olive St. Suggested donation is $10. Canned goods for FOOD for Lane County are welcome. 541-345-8764 or e-mail eugenefumc@eugenefumc.org.

Temple Beth Israel - Federica Francesconi, visiting professor with the Harold Schnitzer Family Program in Judaic Studies at the University of Oregon, will lecture at 4 p.m. Sunday at 1175 E. 29th Ave. on "'Praised Are You God: Jewish Female Voices from Renaissance Italy." Free; donations accepted. 541-485-7218 or tbieugene.org.

Westminster Presbyterian Church - "Worship on Wednesday" this week will begin with dinner from 5:30 p. …

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