Southwest Bible Church to host BBQ, carnival
As part of its 17th annual Outdoor Sunday Evenings Series, Southwest Bible Church will feature a carnival and free barbecue dinner at 5 p.m. on Sunday, July 23. It will be held at the church campus, 14605 S.W. Weir Road in Beaverton, and is open to the public.
Refreshments will include free snow cones and cotton candy, and carnival attractions will include hi-striker, magnetic fishing pond, Plinko, balloon pop toss, weighted can toss and ring toss.
There also will be Inflatable games, including a bazooka ball shootout, skee ball, football and baseball toss, basketball hoop and soccer darts. Game participants fifth-grade and younger will earn tickets that are redeemable at the SWKIDS Prize Booth.
For more information, contact the church office at 503-524-7000 or visit www.swbible.org.
Christ the King screens
"Voices of Grief, Honoring the Sacred Journey," a 42-minute documentary film, will make its Oregon premiere from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, July 24, at Christ The King Lutheran Church, 11305 S.W. Bull Mountain Road, Tigard.
The film weaves together interviews and insights from contemporary authors, poets and spiritual teachers, along with the stories of individuals who talk about their own personal experiences with grief. Christ The King Lutheran Church is inviting the community to participate in the film screening and discussion, and will launch a series of grief support groups to continue the conversations.
Additional information about "Voices of Grief, Honoring the Sacred Journey" can be found at www.voicesofgrief.org. For more information about the event or upcoming grief support groups, visit www.tigardlutherans.com.
MET to hold 'Zero
The Muslim Educational Trust will host "Zero Tolerance! Oregonians Standing Together Against Hate" from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Monday, July 24.
The event will include a panel discussion and several speakers, including Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum; Professor Jack Levin, a nationally recognized expert on violence and hate; and Oregon Department of Justice Director of Civil Rights, Erious Johnson. The panel will include diverse community leaders, law enforcement personnel and elected officials, who will share their insights and take questions.