Andover Townsman, Andover, MA


February 10, 2011


St. Augustine Church is offering a five week Scripture Study on Jesus' Passion: The Story of Redemptive Suffering, Thursday evenings beginning March 17. This study explores the Scriptural basis of the movie, The Passion of the Christ, and looks at how this powerful portrayal of the suffering and death of Jesus relates to the Bible and the teachings of the Catholic Church. Portions of the movie will be viewed during each lesson. The cost is $20 to covers materials. Register by March 4. For more information or to register contact Danette Morris at, or at 978-475-0050 Ext.33.

St. Robert Bellarmine Parish, 198 Haggets Pond Rd., Andover, is held a 60s dance as part of its year long anniversary celebration. Since the parish was founded in 1961, the Anniversary Committee thought it fitting to embrace the 1960s in some way. The evening included dancing, food, contests and prizes.

Movie Night at Unitarian Universalist, on Friday, Feb. 11, a 7 p.m. at UU Congregation, 6 Locke St., Andover. New England Premiere of "The Road to Carnegie Hall," a behind the scenes look at an orchestra put together by Google using Youtube videos for auditions. The orchestra is composed of musicians from 30 countries and features world renowned orchestra maestros Micheal Tilton Thomas and Tan Dun. Free and open to the public.

Universal Goddess workshop, on Saturday, Feb. 12 from 2 to 4 p.m., 6 Locke St., Andover. Women's Spirituality workshop on the Universal Goddess. Organizers say, "We will talk about Goddess symbols and make Goddess Dolls." $15 to cover materials, $10 if you register by Monday, February 7. Call 978-475-4454 or email

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