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Religion Notes

May 12, 2017
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

Registration under way for sports camps at Faith Presbyterian Church

Registration for 2017 Conquer The Day Sports Camp Vacation Bible School at Faith Presbyterian Church is now available online at www.fpcfl.org/vbs.

The camp runs from June 5-9, from 5:30-8:30 p.m., daily. The cost is $10 per child and includes food, T-shirt, water bottle and sports training for the entire week.

Th camp is open to children age 3 - completed 5th grade, and each child must pick one sport (either cheerleading, soccer, basketball, jump rope or creativity workshop) that they will attend all week long.

Volunteers are also needed for various duties and the opportunity to sign up can be found on the children's registration form and in the tear-off in this week's bulletin.

Questions? Contact Ms. Nancy at nancy@fpcfl.org. Registration and payment are mandatory by May 22. Walk-ins will not be accepted due to limited space.

Kids Indoor Basketball Camp for boys & girls. Saturdays, June 17-July 15, K-5th grade. [K-2nd: 10:15-11:15 am; 3rd-5th: 11:30 am-12:30pm]. $45.00 per child. Beginner & intermediate levels. Pre-registration is required by June 12, and is available online at www.fpcfl.org/kidsfitnesscamps Questions? Contact Ken@fpcfl.org

Faith Presbyterian Church is a Presbyterian community of joy and excitement that promises to love, comfort, and respect everyone through the challenging power of Christ.

Faith is at 4544 Coronado Parkway, Cape Coral. Call 239-542-2858. Questions? Contact Kassandra@fpcfl.org

'Survival of a Nation' series continues at Chabad Jewish Center

Rabbi Yossi Labkowski of the Chabad Jewish Center has begun a course called "Survival of a Nation: Exploring Israel Through the Lens of the Six-Day War."

The six-session series began May 8 and meets at 8 p.m. each Monday.

Commemorating 50 years since the Six-Day War, the course invites participants to experience a captivating account of what was at the time considered by many to be the most improbable and astonishing victory in all of military history.

"Traditionally, Jews maintain a fervent allegiance to Israel and also lobby against human rights violations around the globe" said Labkowski. "This course explores the compatibility of these two values, examining Jewish perspectives on controversial human rights accusations leveled against Israel."

If Judaism is a religion of ideas, why do Jews care so much about land? Why does Israel perpetually raise the ire of the entire world? And what are the ethics of preemptive strikes and collateral damage?

"In Survival of a Nation, modern history meets contemporary controversy," explained Labkowski, "The thrilling historic narrative raises questions about morality and the prospect of peace in the Middle East that began - or were highlighted during - the Six-Day War and remain unresolved."

All courses are open to the public, and attendees need not be affiliated with a particular synagogue, temple, or other house of worship.

Interested students may call 239-963-4770 or visit www.myJLI.com for registration and for other course-related information.

 
 
 

 

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