2 chances to see 'Dead End', a family drama
By TIMES STAFF
Published March 21, 2007
Pasadena Presbyterian Church is putting on a family drama called Dead End at 7 tonight. The show revolves around a woman who comes home from work and finds her husband and daughter missing. Also at 7 p.m. Friday. The church is at 123 Pinellas Way N, St. Petersburg. Free. Call 345-0148 or 347-5710.
Women's retreat has music and more
Growth in Faith, a nonprofit, interdenominational retreat for women, will hold its 30th annual conference April 27 and 28 at First Baptist Church of Indian Rocks, 12685 Ulmerton Road, Largo. Katie Brazelton, author of the bestselling book, Pathway to Purpose for Women, will be the keynote speaker. Songwriter Kenn Mann will lead the worship. Recording artist and international speaker Amy Stephens will sing on Friday night and Babbie Mason, Dove award soloist and songwriter, will perform Saturday. Nursery care will be available. The cost is $35 for adults and $25 for students. Call 727-393-8853 or contact Growth in Faith, P.O. Box 8076, Seminole, FL 33775-8076.
It's time to dedicate Memorial Gardens
St. Matthew's Episcopal Church is having a rededication of its Memorial Gardens and a Parish Reunion on Sunday. The service starts at 9 a.m., followed by the rededication and brunch. The church is at 738 Pinellas Point Drive, St. Petersburg. The garden was recently upgraded with new, engraved granite faces. This will be a time to reunite with old friends and make new ones. RSVP by fax to (727) 864-9712 or call at (727) 866-2187.
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