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Shop on the Corner Has Influx of Men's Clothes

on April 29, 2013 - 10:11am

SOTC News:

The Shop on the Corner at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church, 3900 Trinity Dr., has received the donation of a large amount of fine men’s clothing.

The community is encouraged to stop by the shop, 8:45-11:45 a.m., Wednesday to purchase some of the men's clothing, which will be priced at $1 per item.

All of the proceeds from the sale go to charity.

 

 

Catherine LeClaire Memorial Organ Fund Concert May 19

on April 24, 2013 - 7:44am

IHM News:

  • Catherine LeClaire Memorial Organ Fund Concert Set for May 19

The public is invited to attend an upcoming musical concert hosted by Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) Catholic Church of Los Alamos - the third in its series of free concerts to raise money for the Catherine LeClaire Memorial Organ Fund.

The concert will take place at 4 p.m. Sunday, May 19 at IHM, and will showcase the talents of a number of fine musicians from IHM and other churches and musical groups from around northern New Mexico.

Among the featured groups will be an accapella group of 12 voices “Memorare”

2013 Church Leader Conference April 19-20

on April 15, 2013 - 10:21am

Money IQ: Required Minimum Distributions

on April 10, 2013 - 9:43am
Money IQ
By TAMMY M. THORN

Required Minimum Distributions (RMD)

Several months ago in Money IQ, the focus was on retirement savings, specifically what IRA Savings Plan was best suited for you in reducing your tax bill.

What’s next?

Retirement and Required Minimum Distribution (RMD): The IRS mandates that an individual is subject to a Required Minimum Distribution from Traditional IRA Savings Plans or other retirement plan savings (Roth IRAs excluded) once one attains age 70 and ½.  

Definition: RMD is the minimum amount an IRA owner must withdraw from their retirement account each

K of C Recognizes Free Throw State Champs

on April 8, 2013 - 6:24am
Knights of Columbus Youth Coordinator Roger Anaya, left, and Grand Knight Ray Chavez with Free Throw State Champions EliIram-Bent, left, and Alicia Gonzales and Runner-Up Champ Wilhelm Schmidt. Photo by Yvonne Gonzales
 

K of C Youth Coordinator Roger Anaya presents Alicia Gonzales her state championship trophy and certificate. Photo by Yvonne Gonzales

K of C News:

Knights of Columbus Council #3137 last week recognized the K of C Free Throw State Champions and Runner-up.
 
The state free throw competition took place Saturday, March 23 in Grants.

Alicia Gonzales won her second state championship,

Column: Easter Challenge

on March 30, 2013 - 11:49am
Easter Challenge
Column by JUSTIN KLEIST
 
Over the past week God has put something on my heart and I can't seem to get it out of my mind.
 
It is a burning desire and it takes up every moment of my thoughts.
 
I think He has been telling me to spread the good news and truth about Easter.
 
Last week I made a tract that tells the true meaning of Easter and contains the gospel.
 
I have made more than 400 copies and have been passing them out to people. But this is not enough.
 
What if we could get 3,000 people to read the gospel message before Easter?
 
Then I started to think.

Holy Week Meditation: Christ Has Died! Christ Has Risen!

on March 27, 2013 - 7:53pm

Christ Has Died! Christ Has Risen!

By Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier
Pastor of Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church

Without the sacrifice of Jesus upon the cross, we cannot be reconciled to the Father. During the season of Lent, we are thankful that Christ has been crucified for us. He died for our transgressions. He has won for us the forgiveness of all of our sins.

Without the glorious resurrection of Jesus from the tomb, we cannot have eternal life. During the season of Easter, we rejoice in the resurrection of Christ from the dead.

He was raised for our justification.

Trinity on the Hill Hosts Service of 'The Seven Last Words'

on March 26, 2013 - 10:33am

Chimayo Road Cross. Photo by T.K. Thompson/ladailypost.com

 

By LYNN FINNEGAN
Los Alamos

This Friday, March 29 from noon until approximately 3 p.m., at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church, the Los Alamos community is invited to a unique Good Friday service that features the ministry of six different churches in town. 

The service of “The Seven Last Words” is a distinctive worship service of prayer, song and reflection.

During the three hours, priests, pastors, and ministers from Los Alamos’s diversity of Christian churches are each given an opportunity for a seven-10 minute reflection

Passover in Los Alamos

on March 26, 2013 - 8:15am

David Sigeti leads family and friends in traditional Passover rituals at his White Rock home in 2012. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

Staff report

Passover began at sundown Monday and ends Tuesday, April 2 - chag sameach to our Jewish readers!

In her oral history, Evelyn Litz recalls celebrating Passover at Los Alamos during the Manhattan Project: "I remember one year we had Passover there and it was a gigantic room. And we had a beautiful Passover Seder and I think it was led by the Army chaplain but I’m not positive. But it was a very wonderful feeling; yes."

The eight-day

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