Euzoa Bible Church announced in a news release an innovative examination of the Bible in a series about God’s story. The 31-week Bible study begins Sept. 9 and continues Sundays. Senior Pastor Chris McCombs will lead the study group.
The story is a chronological version of the Bible that includes selected verses to make the story of God more understandable and relevant to today’s Western society. It is designed to make reading the Bible like reading a novel and involves action and suspense, according to the release. The program includes age-appropriate materials for children, youths and adults and helps enable discussion among families.
“Our stories are constantly changing and evolving as we grow and interact with others and God,” McCombs was quoted in the release. “Likewise, God’s story, which involves all of us, is constantly building and progressing. The story will create discussions and hopefully understanding of how our individual human lives can be a part of God’s ever-progressing and ultimate plan.”
For more information, visit www.euzoa.com.
Crab feast fundraiser in Steamboat is on Sept. 21
A crab feast fundraiser is Sept. 21 at the Steamboat Springs Community Center. Seatings are at 5 and 7:30 p.m. The cost is $45 for crab, corn on the cob, salad, bread, iced tea and lemonade. Beer, wine and desserts will be available for purchase. Proceeds will go toward helping single parents cover sport fees. Purchase tickets by Sept. 19 at Columbine Granite, Freshies or Elk River Pet & Ranch. For more information, contact Laura Case at 970-846-7841 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Visiting Nurse Association classes at CMC
■ The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association hosts Advanced N’Balance for those who want to improve or maintain their balance for fitness. The class is at 9 a.m. Mondays from Sept. 10 to Nov. 12 at the Colorado Mountain College Academic Center, Room 102. The cost is $56. Register by calling 970-870-4444.
■ The VNA also hosts Physical Conditioning for Seniors for older adults who want to improve their strength and cardiovascular fitness. The class is at 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays from Sept. 12 to Nov. 14 in the Academic Center, Room 102. The cost is $56. Register by calling 970-870-4444.
6-week course about aid and disaster management
A six-week course led by Paul Hebert, Ph.D., on international humanitarian aid and disaster management begins at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 18 at Colorado Mountain College. Register by calling 970-870-4444.
Applications being accepted for Safe Routes to School
The Colorado Department of Transportation is accepting applications for 2013 Safe Routes to School funding, according to a news release. Eligible applicants include schools, school districts, cities, counties, tribal entities and/or any other local or regional government entity. Nonprofits may apply by partnering with any of the above entities. Applications are available at www.coloradodot.info/programs/bikeped/safe-routes. The deadline is Dec. 7.