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UU topic: ‘Using Archetypal Language to Foster Kindness’

By Stacey Couch Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship invites you to attend a program titled “Using Archetypal Language to Foster Kindness,” with Stacey Couch, this Sunday,…

When a sparrow falls

By Hank Slikker Special to The PREVIEW Once upon a time, there was a young boy. He was no normal boy in the sense that we’re all accustomed to. He…

PCNT moving into own church space

By Carla Ryan Special to The PREVIEW Pagosa Community of New Thought (PCNT) recently signed a lease to move into its own church space on Dec. 1. The new location…

Restoration Fellowship announces evening of Celtic Christmas music

Restoration Fellowship announces evening of Celtic Christmas music

By Mark Thompson Special to The PREVIEW Patrick Crossing Band will be performing a Celtic Christmas show at Restoration Fellowship Church, located at 264 Village Drive, on Dec. 11 at…

St. Patrick’s annual Christmas Tea a community tradition

St. Patrick’s annual Christmas Tea a community tradition

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW This Sunday at 2 p.m., the women of St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will help Pagosa Springs ladies get into the spirit of the…

Main Street Bethlehem brings first-century town to life

Main Street Bethlehem brings first-century town to life

By Jon Duncan Special to The PREVIEW Main Street Bethlehem returns to Centerpoint Church Dec. 1-3 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. each evening. Come experience first-century Bethlehem and witness the…

Gifts of the Heart a wonderful way to reach out during the holidays

  By Barb Draper Special to The PREVIEW Once Thanksgiving has passed, thoughts turn to other holiday giving. Greeting cards are wonderful ways to reach out to our friends and…

Life-changing: Taking out the trash

By April Adamson Holthaus Special to The PREVIEW “You do that to annoy me, don’t you?” I snapped at my husband. “Well, I forgot, gimme a break.” “Do I have…

Stewardship: Making every day Thanksgiving Day

By Andrew Packer Special to The PREVIEW In the autumn of 1621, the new settlers to our country gathered with some Native Americans for a three-day thanksgiving feast to celebrate…

Russ Hill Wreath Bazaar open for 53rd year

By Barb Draper Special to The PREVIEW The ever-popular Russ Hill Wreath Bazaar at Community United Methodist Church opened for business Nov. 16 and will continue though Dec. 4. Now…