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Interfaith Mother-Daughter Afternoon Tea at Masroor Mosque

In recognition of the priceless contributions of mothers, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Women’s Association from Masroor Mosque in Manassas arranged a Mother-Daughter Afternoon Tea. The Women’s Association welcomed all mothers and daughters from the area to this event which centered on the theme “Paradise lies under the feet of the mothers.” The event was held on May 13 and was attended …

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Interfaith Ramadan Dinner

On June 9, at 7:30 p. m., members of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community from Masroor Mosque are holding first Interfaith Ramadan Dinner at our newly acquired Mosque. Hundreds of community members will gather at sunset to break their fast as part of the typical Iftar dinner service. The public is also welcome to partake in Ramadan festivities. Guests from various backgrounds …

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New Pastor at Holy Family Parish in Dale City

The Most Reverend Michael F. Burbidge, Bishop of Arlington, has announced a new pastor in Dale City, effective June 28. The Reverend Wilson I. Korpi will be the Pastor of Holy Family Parish. He was previously the Administrator of Holy Family Parish.  

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Fostering the Future of Prince William

By Marianne Weaver Veteran. CEO. Father. Kevin Williams wears many hats, all of which contribute to the betterment of his community. Raised in a military family, Williams bounced from house to house as the Navy sent his father to assignments from New York to California … and many other stops in between. An Army veteran himself, he even spent some time in Germany. “My dad was …

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Representing the Happy Life Every Child Deserves

Provided by Prince William County April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and several dozen people gathered at the McCoart Government Center on Tuesday to “plant” blue pinwheels to raise awareness about how people can help prevent child abuse. The pinwheel was adopted as a symbol of child abuse prevention in 2008 by Prevent Child Abuse America, a national organization with …

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Improving Diversity and Inclusion In Prince William County

Provided by Kevin Williams As a trusted voice and servant in the community, the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc., Prince William County Chapter, Inc., and Delegate Dr. Luke E. Torian would like to invite you to be part of a series of forums focused on collectively working together with political leaders, clergy, and the community-at-large to address the challenges …

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5K Fun Run and 1 Mile Walk April 14 at Harris Pavilion

Provided by CareNet PRCs The Run 4 Hope Walk 4 Life will take place on April 14 at the Harris Pavilion, 9201 Center Street, Manassas. Hundreds of walkers and runners will join us for a fun family-friendly 5K Fun Run and 1 Mile Walk. The annual event begins at 9:00 a. m., and is done to benefit Care Net Pregnancy Resource …

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Interfaith Views on Environmental Stewardship

Provided by Congregation Ner Shalom Please join Da’in Johnson of Dar al Noor, Dr. Lisa Kenkermath of Manassas Presbyterian Church and host Rabbi Lizz Goldstein of Congregation Ner Shalom for a panel discussion on environmental stewardship sponsored by Rumi Forum. The biblical starting point for any discussion of religious environmental stewardship is anchored around the Book of Genesis. Likewise, The …

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“The Healthy Jewish Kitchen” by Paula Shoyer

Rebecca Barnes Publisher, Prince William Living For years my mother used her copy of “Jewish Cookery”  by Leah Leonard, which is considered a classic. I love it too but often wondered about Gluten-free and vegetarian lifestyles that are more mainstream today. How does todays kosher cook accommodate these needs? Paula Shoyer, THE kosher food expert, and best-selling author, has released …

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Benedictine Sisters of Virginia: Serving the Community for 150 Years

By Olivia Overman Having first opened their doors in 1868 in Richmond, followed by a monastery in Bristow in 1901, the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia continue to leave their mark on these communities 150 years later. With a total of 29 Sisters, two located in Richmond, the Sisters contribute to the community through programs, such as BEACON, an adult educational assistance program, and BARN, a transitional housing …

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