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The Passover Lamb, Easter events at Centerpoint Church

By Jon Duncan Special to The PREVIEW Those not as familiar with the Jewish celebration of Passover often miss the relational aspect of God’s deliverance of the children of Israel…

‘Ships are Safe in a Harbor’

By Veronica Bush Special to The PREVIEW At 10:30 a.m. on March 22, Pam Kircher will present “Ships are Safe in a Harbor” at the Pagosa Springs Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.…

One life, many lives

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW 1 Corinthians 13:11, “When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child:…

High hopes and the process of hoping

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW The process of hoping has one vital step that few talk about. Having hope is a great idea. That is not news. Lots…

Opportunities for faith exploration offered by St. Patrick’s

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW The liturgical season of Lent is the perfect time to hunker down and do some serious work on matters of faith, our relationship…

Judge Cassidy to speak at Pagosa UU Fellowship

By Veronica V. Bush Special to The PREVIEW On Sunday, March 1, the honorable Sam Cassidy, Ph.D., county court judge for the 6th Judicial District, will give a presentation at…

Church of Christ to host spring King’s Kids

By Dorman Diller Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Church of Christ will host a spring King’s Kids on Wednesday evenings from 7-8 p.m. It will begin on March…

The real church

By Jeff Smith Special to The PREVIEW Churches are not always tranquil places. They are not meant to be. There is a classic picture of the small, white church with…

St. Patrick’s prepares for annual festival

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church is preparing to “bring on the green” at its annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration and Parade, to be held…

Service or convenience?

By Richard Gammill Special to The PREVIEW During my senior year in college, I worked for several months in a “service station.” That’s what it was called in those days…