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4/21/2011 -
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Southern Maryland Easter Sunrise Services

There are Easter Sunrise Services all over Southern Maryland this year at some spectacular settings.


3/26/2011 -
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Italian Actors to Perform "David and Bathsheba" in Huntingtown

Paola Balbi and Davide Bardi, from the Raccontamiunastoria Storytelling Company in Rome, Italy, will bring "David and Bathsheba" to the stage at Huntingtown United Methodist Church on April 9, 2011.


3/17/2011 -
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Church Wins Six-year Planning Battle

The Calvert County Planning Commission Wednesday evening resolved a six-year-long issue marked by charges and counter charges, suits and counter claims and considerable angst on the part of all parties involved.

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2/27/2011 -
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Enjoy a Spiritual Uplifting

Sometimes it seems like God’s timing couldn’t be worse. We’re either not ready for what he asks us to do, or we’ve been waiting for so long, we had already given up! The last thing we want is an interruption.Using the life of Jonah as our guide, Priscilla Shirer will teach us

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2/7/2011 -
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Archbishop Wuerl Blesses St. John Catholic School

On Sunday, Feb. 6 at 11:30 the Archbishop of Washington, Cardinal Donald Wuerl held mass at St. John Catholic Church and then led a procession to the newly completed St. John Catholic School at 12:45 in Hollywood.St. John has been rebuilt from the ground up and has now opened to students...

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1/2/2011 -
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A Look at World Religion Other Than Judaic-Christian

Religion can be defined in broad terms basically a system of belief in a greater power that involves a set of ethical and philosophical rituals. The main religions here are based on information provided by http://www.religioustolerance.org and are briefly discussed in no particular order.

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12/24/2010 -
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Perusing World Religions

In a world turning increasingly into a global society, Americans are becoming more knowledgeable about the cast scope of religious beliefs across the world. Though the majority of Southern Maryland centers of worship are Christian, there is diversity among the population when it comes to religious a

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12/19/2010 -
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Christ Church

For some, attending church is a once a week activity, a few hours out of a Sunday morning set aside to worship. Members of Christ's Church in Waldorf, however, find that as a congregation, church need not only be relegated to Sundays.


12/12/2010 -
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Patuxent River Assembly of God

When it comes to choosing a center of worship, Southern Marylanders have a diverse selection. Among the variety of churches to choose from is Patuxent River Assembly of God, a dynamic Christian church that offers several worship options and programs for those seeking a church home.


12/5/2010 -
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Christmas with Chesapeake Church

With the first week of December almost past already, Christmas is on the minds of many Southern Maryland residents.


12/1/2010 -
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Shining a Light on Chanukah

Chanukah or Hanukah—no matter how one spells it, the eight-day festival of light more than two millennia old begins today with the lighting of the first of eight candles on the menorah, a nine-branched candelabrum.


11/28/2010 -
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Living History in Nanjemoy

As one of the oldest continual Baptist parishes in Maryland, Nanjemoy Baptist Church has a rich history and heritage that serves as a testament to the legacy of faith in Southern Maryland.


11/21/2010 -
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Thanksgiving Grace

Thanksgiving is fast approaching, and residents of Southern Maryland are sure to have several things on their minds. To help get into the spirit of Thanksgiving, this Wednesday evening Grace Brethren in Calvert County invites all who wish to come to join them in a Thanksgiving Eve service.


11/14/2010 -
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New Life for Those in Need

Whether because of the economy, bad luck or other unfortunate circumstance, many children will go without the holiday fare as Southern Maryland celebrates Thanksgiving and Christmas this year. Families in need often depend upon local churches


11/7/2010 -
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Cold Days, Safe Nights

As the weather turns colder and less forgiving, those who have the luxury of a warm, dry place to sleep grow more appreciative. Those who have not, however, must seek shelter wherever they can, and often rely upon the kindness of strangers for a safe night's sleep.

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10/31/2010 -
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Living the Word

Living is about more than just existing. Many people would agree that it is about experiencing what the world has to offer and making the most of it. At Living Word Community Church, congregates make the most of this philosophy through their enthusiastic Pentecostal worship and praise services

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10/24/2010 -
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Seventh Day Adventists Welcome Theologian

On Saturday November 6, the Waldorf Seventh Day Adventist Church in Charles County will be hosting guest speaker Dr. Philip Samaan. He will be addressing the congregation on the subject of Christ's Way to Restoration 


10/17/2010 -
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Harvesting the Spirit

The bright colors, the crisp air, the smells of harvest all fill the senses this time of year as the fruits of summer's labor provide autumn's bountiful gifts. It is the time of year when reaping what is sewn is forefront in the minds of people...


10/10/2010 -
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Knowing Your Religion: How Do You Measure Up?

Religion is embedded in the history and culture of Southern Maryland, stemming from the first handful of Catholic colonists who landed on St. Clements Island in 1634. They were led by Lord Baltimore, who set out to establish a place where people of all religions would be free to worship.


10/3/2010 -
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Spiritual Growth in Southern Maryland

Spirituality is personal to each individual. The degree to which it affects one is unique, which is cause for celebration. In Lexington Park of St. Mary's County, the Unitarian Universalist Church of Southern Maryland meets every Sunday to celebrate such individual spiritual growth.

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