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YouthQuake is Oct. 3 in Cullman

Toby Mac and Thousand Foot Krutch will be among guests at YouthQuake 2007 at the Cullman County Fairgrounds, Oct. 3 at 5 p.m.

Rick Burgess of the "Rick and Bubba" syndicated radio show will speak, along with Scott Dawson. For more information, visit to premierproductions
.com

'Doing the Word' to start Monday

A "Doing the Word" conference will be Monday through Wednesday at Solomon Temple Full Gospel Church, 2041 U.S. 31 S., Tanner.

A school of ministry for lay people will be at 6 p.m., with the Rev. John White teaching. Topics will include the balance of life and ministry, youth needs and prosperity.

Services will be at 7 p.m. with the Rev. Bobby Sledge of Huntsville speaking Monday and Tuesday and the Rev. Michael McClure of Birmingham speaking Wednesday. For more information, call 232-4602.

Church arsonist's mother to speak

Kim Cloyd of Pelham, mother of one of the young men imprisoned for setting fires to nine Alabama churches last year, will speak at Judson College, Marion, for a chapel service Tuesday at 11 a.m.

She will share the pulpit with the Rev. Jim Parker, pastor of Ashby Baptist Church in Brierfield, one of the churches burned.

For more information, call (334) 683-5160.

Yom Kippur service to be live online

Jewishtvnetwork.com will stream live a Kol Nidre service, the holiest Jewish prayer recited at the start of Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.

The first such presentation will come Friday evening from Wilshire Boulevard Temple, the oldest synagogue in Los Angeles. The presentation allows Jews around the world to observe the rituals and traditions of Yom Kippur, said the network.

Compiled by Melanie Smith

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