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Unity of Clearwater is hosting, “Something Awesome” - A Synthesis Of Modern Spiritual Teachings. The three-hour seminar is presented by the New Thought Center for Creative Living at Unity’s Peace Cottage on Saturday morning, August 8th from 10:00AM until 1:00PM. More
Unity of Clearwater is hosting a three-hour workshop on Effective Prayer on Saturday, June 20th from 10:AM to 1:00PM. It is presented by the New Thought Center for Creative living, and will teach Spiritual Mind Treatment, a specific practice of positive prayer. More
The sanctuary and meeting hall at the First Presbyterian Church of Brandon have recently been outfitted with hearing loop systems.Several members who wear hearing aids have commented on the clarity and ease of use of the "hearing loop". More
The 2015 "Innovations in Catholic Education" This award annually honors Catholic Elementary & Secondary School that have led the way by implementing exemplary, innovative programs to improve the teaching and learning of their students, faculty and staffs. More
Former Hillsborough Commissioner Tom Scott has hinted at another political run. This weekend is an example of why he is a formidable potential candidate, his longevity, integrity and his stability that has lead to loyalty among voters. More
Adults looking to earn a ministry degree have a new online option from a Baptist university in Alabama. The Bachelor of Science in Marketplace Ministry prepares graduates for leadership in faith-based organizations. More
HUB International’s Mike Devereux, Senior VP, Commercial Lines, was selected as a recipient of the 2015 Power Broker Awards distributed by Risk & Insurance. Mike was selected as a winner for his achievements in the non-profit industry. More
Beginning Friday, February 27, St. Clement's Episcopal Church will host Fish Fry Dinners on Fridays from 6 to 8 PM. The dinners will continue through Lent - March 6, 13, 20 and 27. Come to 706 W 113th St, Tampa - two blocks east of North Blvd. Visit www.stclement.net or call 813-932-6204 More
The story of Brittany Maynard's end of life journey captured headlines around the world last year when she moved from California to Oregon to obtain physician aid in dying. Other young women, including Terri Schiavo, died following years of litigation. This meeting will discuss differences today. More
As part of the nationwide celebration of Catholic Schools Week (January 25 – 30), students at Espiritu Santo Catholic School in Safety Harbor, FL will take on more than one thousand individual works of service, highlighting the value that Catholic schools bring to our local communities. More