If you would like to have an event included in Religion news, send a news release to email@example.com.Compiled by Erica BattenDenver United Methodist Food packing event: On Jan. 13, the church hosted a Kids Against Hunger Charlotte event to prepare 100,000 meals for families locally and worldwide. A portion of the packed meals will be going to Backpack for Kids, a program sponsored by DUMC and local Lincoln County churches that provides food for children during the weekends and holidays when school meals are not available. www.kidsagainsthungercharlotte.org.University City United Methodist Musical: Local churches are invited to join us in the presentation of “Women Who Dare to Believe,” which tells the stories of 21 women of the Bible. Participating churches include Lake Norman Baptist and Epiphany Lutheran. $15. Group prices available. 7 p.m. Feb. 8. 3835 W. W. T. Harris Blvd. www.ucumc.org.Unitarian Universalist Lake Norman Fellowship Coffee and conversation: Come find out the basic principles and beliefs of Unitarian Universalism. Services follow for those interested. 9:45 a.m. Feb. 3. Services are held at the Woodlawn School, 135 Woodlawn School Loop, Mooresville. For directions and information, visit www.uulakenorman.org. For reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org. Grace Covenant Church, Cornelius Marriage seminar: “Lifelong Love Affair” will help you define the vision and purpose of your marriage, experience healing, discover steps to intimacy and more. $39 per couple. 8-10:30 p.m. Feb. 8 and 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Feb. 9. 17301 Statesville Road, Cornelius. Learn more at www.marriagetoday.com. Register at www.gracecovenant.org.Temple Or Olam, Concord Valentine’s dance: Dancing, desserts, raffle and silent auction. Tickets, $18 each. Proceeds go toward maintenance and storage of new Torah. 7-10 p.m. Feb. 2 at McGill Baptist, 5300 Poplar Tent Road, Concord. 704-720-7577; www.or-olam.org.
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Denver United Methodist Church hosted a Kids Against Hunger Charlotte event to prepare 100,000 meals for families. COURTESY OF REBECCA JONES
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