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Saturday, February 7, 2009

Israeli film series begins Monday at Har Shalom

A film series featuring films about Israel and a visit from Israeli film director Einat Kapach begins Monday at Congregation Har Shalom, 3035 S. Russell. All programs are free, open to the public and begin at 7 p.m. The first program Monday, titled "The Jewish Year in Hollywood and Israeli Cinema," will feature film director and historian Kapach in her third visit to the Missoula area. Kapach is the director of the award-winning "Yiftah's Daughter" as well as the documentary film "Two Legacies." In honor of the Jewish holiday Tu B'Shvat, refreshments will be served. The series continues with three films selected by student rabbi Callie Souther, who has lived and studied in Israel and will lead a short discussion after each film. Here are the films and dates they will be shown:

- Saturday, Feb. 14 - "Sallah Shabbati" (1964) "The Immigrant Experience."

- March 14 - "G'mar Gavi'a" (Cup Final - 1991) "Humanity Amidst War."

- April 11 - "Knafayim Shvurot" (Broken Wings - 2002) "Moving On - Life Dramas."

For more information, call Maeta Kaplan at 531-3942.

New Thought service will connect to Seattle speaker

A New Thought Sunday service will take place at 9 a.m. each Sunday at the Carriage House, 310 N. Fourth St., Hamilton. There will be an Internet connection to watch the message of Rev. Kathianne Lewis from the Center for Spiritual Living in Seattle. For more information, call Barb, 375-9996.

Valentine's dinner, jazz set at Faith Evangelical

Faith Evangelical Free Church, 2200 S. 10th St. W., will host a Valentine's Day dinner at 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 14, for singles and couples. Entertainment will be provided by jazz pianist Jodi Marshall and comedian-magician Mark King. The cost is $15 per plate. To reserve tickets, call 728-3966 or 546-4502 by Feb. 12.

Pianist will solo for concert at Congregational Church

The February installment of "2nd Wednesday: Sound, Soup & Sanctuary" at the University Congregational Church, 405 University Ave., will feature pianist Christopher Hahn in works by Ginestera and Ravel. The 20-minute concert will begin at 12:10 p.m. Wednesday followed by a soup and bread luncheon in the fireside Room of the church. A freewill offering will be accepted to help defray costs. Call 543-6952 for more information.

Middle East crisis will be subject of talk in Bigfork

Ambassador Mark Johnson will address "The Palestine-Israel Crisis: The Lesson of the Scorpion and the Tortoise" at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Bigfork United Methodist Church, 750 Electric Ave. Johnson is founder of the World Affairs Council of Montana and serves as an adjunct professor at the Mike and Maureen Mansfield Center of the University of Montana. Call (406) 756-8992 for more information.

St. Anthony Parish to host SweetHeart Dinner

A SweetHeart Dinner and Dance will take place Saturday, Feb. 14, from 6 to 10:30 p.m. at the St. Anthony Parish Life Center. The evening includes music by Jodi Marshall & Friends, a dinner catered by Cathy's Casual to Caviar, a raffle and door prizes. Tickets are $28 or $50 per couple, or $7 per person for the dance only. Tickets can be purchased after each weekend Mass or at the parish office, 217 Tremont St. Call 543-3129 for more information.

Healing Mass scheduled today at St. Anthony

On Saturday, February 7, at noon in St. Anthony's Church, there will be a Mass offered for all those seeking healing in their lives, be it physical, spiritual, emotional, relational or any other area. The church is located at 217 Tremont. Special emphasis will be placed on seeking "Intergenerational Healing" within the family tree. The Mass will be preceded by a rosary beginning at 11:30 a.m. All are invited. For further information, call 542-0203.

'Living with Questions' series meeting in Hamilton

The First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Hamilton is presenting a videobased series titled "Living the Questions." "Living the Questions" explores who or what is God? The series will explore how we ask questions and enter into dialogue with the Bible and with our faith. "Living with questions" meets once a week in a onehour session to explore the significance of Christianity in our time, what a meaningful faith might look like today and hear some challenging speakers. There are three seven-week sessions. The next session begins Feb. 13, at the church, 328 Fairgrounds Road in Hamilton

from noon-1 p.m. A $10 donation is requested, and participants should bring a lunch. Call First Christian Church, 363-1213 or Roger Williams, 360-3629 or Wendy Campbell, 529-5655.

Butte priest to officiate at Annunciation today

Father Russell Radoicich, the Serbian Orthodox priest at The Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church in Butte, will officiate liturgy at the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, 301 S. Sixth St. W., at 10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 7.

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