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(Enlarge) On Dec. 17 children from the pre-kindergarten class of Faith Child Development Center, Eldersburg, presented their nativity play. From left, top to bottom are Allison Lamdin, Luke Zumbrunnen, Carson Conrad, Zachary Wagner, Taylor Harrod, Chase DiCocco, Lindsay Small, Natalie Riley, Brianna Poole, Madeline Maggio and Christopher Marquis. (Submitted photo)

Children from the three, four and pre-kindergarten classes of Faith Child Development Center, Faith Lutheran Church, Eldersburg, presented a Christmas presentation to parents, family, friends and members of the congregation on Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 16 and 17.

The preschool will begin registration for its 2009-10 school year the week of Jan. 26. An open house will be held Saturday, Jan. 31 at the preschool, 10 a.m. to noon.

FCDC is located at Faith Lutheran Church, 1700 St. Andrews Way, Eldersburg. For information, call 410-795-9982 or visit the church Web site at www.flc-eldersburg.com.

Peaceful Warrior -- Center for Conscious Living will host a screening of the movie, "Peaceful Warrior," at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 10, at Cedarhurst Unitarian Church, 2912 Club House Road, Finksburg. Admission is $10; popcorn is free. For details go to www.ccccl.org or call 410-318-8877.

Healthy start -- Springfield Presbyterian Church, 7300 Spout Hill Road, Sykesville, will host a program, Healthy Congregations, designed for those who would like to develop healthy practices in the new year.

Parishioners and those of neighboring congregations are invited to sessions on Tuesday, Jan. 20, and Tuesday, Feb. 17, 7 to 9 p.m. each night.

The Jan. 20 session will discuss how healthy congregations respond to anxiety and manage conflict. The Feb. 17 session will focus on "Two Pillars of Healthy Relationships: Truth telling and Forgiveness." The program will be presented by the Rev. Jan Trammel-Savin. She is currently a doctor of ministry candidate at Wesley Theological Seminary.

An RSVP is required to ensure that enough materials are ordered so an early head count is needed. Call and leave a voice message on the church answering machine, 410-795-6152 or send an e-mail to spc.office@verizon.net.

Movie night -- Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Knights of Columbus Council 7612 will host a family movie night Saturday, Jan. 17, at 6 p.m. at the gym at St. Joseph Catholic Community, 915 Liberty Road, Eldersburg. A spaghetti dinner, soft drinks and popcorn will be served before the screening of "Horton Hears a Who," the adaptation of the Dr. Seuss classic. Admission is $3. Bring a blanket.

Interest-free loans -- The Ruth Gosnell Education Fund, directed by the Springfield Presbyterian Church in Sykesville, is offering interest-free loans to full-time college juniors, seniors and graduate students for the 2009-10 year. Repayment of the loan does not start until 6 months after graduation. Download the application at www.springfield-church.org or call 410-795-6152. Applications must be received by March 1, 2009.

Send items to The Eldersburg Eagle, P.O. Box 474, Eldersburg, MD 21784. Fax items to 410-549-4274 or send an e-mail to theeldersburgeagle@patuxent.com.


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