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Judaism class offered

Rabbi Dena Feingold will offer a 10-week Introduction to Judaism class from 9:45 to 11:15 a.m. Sundays beginning Dec. 7 at Beth Hillel Temple, 6050 Eighth Ave., Kenosha.

This class is ideal for conversion candidates, interfaith couples, non-Jewish parents raising Jewish children, grandparents who have Jewish grandchildren and spiritual seekers, in addition to anyone who wants to brush up on the basics of the Jewish holidays, life-cycle observances, beliefs, customs and traditions.

There is a $50 tuition fee along with a required book purchase. Register for the class by contacting the temple office at 262-654-2716 or register at by Dec. 1.

Exploring generosity, gratitude at devotional

Generosity and expressions of gratitude greatly strengthen our spiritual lives. The Bahais of Racine explore how this is so at the monthly interfaith devotional and spiritual discussion at 2 p.m. today, in the home of Barry and Loralee Uhlenhake, 3223 Wright Ave. People of all faiths or none in particular are invited to participate and share their own prayers and insights on this theme and on any other topic they wish. Refreshments and social time will follow.

For more information or directions, call 262-672-5269.

Holy Communion welcomes associate pastor

The Rev. Laura Fladten will be installed as associate pastor during a service of celebration and joy at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 23, at Holy Communion Lutheran Church, 2000 W. Sixth St.

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