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Sunday supper will be served

Loaves and Fishes will be served four times this month — Nov. 2, 9, 16 and 23. This is a full meal prepared and served free of charge and open to everyone.

First Covenant Church Youth Group will serve this Sunday’s meal at 5 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 403 East Ave. Local congregations and organizations take turns preparing the food.

Celebrate World Community Day

Come join Church Women United on Friday, November 7th at United Lutheran Church starting at 9:30 am with a Continental Breakfast. The theme for World Community Day is "Through God Our Hands Can Heal." Bev Dietrich will be giving a presentation on the Stephen Ministries being used in the Red Wing area.

Any questions, please call Bonnie Stang at 388-7501

Bazaar and bake sale

Bazaar and bake sale will be held at Christ Episcopal Church from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 8, featuring 1-pound bags of fresh shelled Georgia pecans, brooms, candy and bakery items.

Run will raise money for mission trip

St. Paul’s UCC Youth Group in Ellsworth will hold a Gobbler’s Gallop 5K/1K Family Fun Run fundraiser on Thanksgiving. The event will raise money for the 2015 mission trip. It is open to runners and walkers of all abilities.

The run will begin at 8 a.m. Nov. 27 at Nilssen’s Foods and True Value in Ellsworth, where it also ends.

The fee to participate is $20 per person with a $50 family maximum. That includes a T-shirt, and the family price includes two T-shirts. Additional shirts are available for $10.

Registration forms must be received by Nov. 18 to guarantee a shirt.

For more information, contact Kathy Fuchs at 715-441-3358.

Bonhoeffer Society to meet

The Bonhoeffer Society of Red Wing, will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday Nov. 8 at First Covenant Church. Open to anyone, the group will discuss the book “Ethics” this month.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer was one of the first Germans to recognize and resist Adolph Hitler’s capacity for evil. The Nazis hanged Bonhoeffer just before the end of World War II.

By studying his historical and theological insights, people can gain a better understanding of America’s current political climate dominated by extremist views, society organizers said.

Women's brunch set

The River Valley Christian Women’s Connection will hold its “Auction Extravaganza” brunch at 10:30 a.m. Monday Nov. 10 in the St. James Hotel’s Laurentine Room. People should bring one Christmas item for the fundraiser.

Sara Forsberg from Park Rapids, Minnesota, will present “Diamonds in the Garbage.” Her encounters with the garbage in life enabled her to uncover her real self, she said, and live a life filled with purpose.

Reservations and cancellations are essential. Email rwrvcwc@gmail.com or call Cathy at 651-388-3179.

The River Valley Christian Women’s Connection is affiliated with Stonecroft Ministries.

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