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Ecumenical service planned in N.K.

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Holy Redeemer Parish is one stop of an upcoming Festival of Prayer.

The parish, located at 264 Donwood Dr., will hold an ecumenical prayer service called Has Christ Been Divided? at 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 23. The service is one of several events taking place for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity from Jan. 19 to 26.

The event’s name refers to a question asked by Paul in 1 Corinthians, and the service will point attendees "to a way in which we can value and receive the gifts of others in the midst of our divisions and encourage us to be united in Christ", according to a release.

Retired Christian journalist and Christian Week founding editor Harold Jantz will share a reflection as part of the service.

There will be fellowship and refreshments following the service.

For a complete list of the week’s events, visit http://ecumenism.net/wpcu/calendar.htm

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