Connecticut Friends of Sabbath announces Oct. 31 conference
The Journal learned about the conference too late to include notice of it in the Sept. 25 issue. This article appears only here, on the Web version. The Journal plans a follow-up report in the November issue.
SIMSBURY, Conn.The Connecticut chapter of Friends of the Sabbath plans a conference the weekend of Oct. 31 through Nov. 1 on the study of prophecy, announced Rodger Sandsmark, an FOS organizer.
The meetings will take place at South Windsor High School, on Nevers Road, near Exit 62 off Interstate 84.
Friday evening, Oct. 31, will be a panel discussion with all the speakers moderated by Dr. Roger Kendall, until recently a faculty member at Ambassador University in Texas.
Starting at 2 o'clock on the afternoon of the Sabbath, Nov. 1, will be five presenters, including:
After a dinner break will be questions and answers, Mr. Sandsmark said.
The cost is $5 per adult. Attenders may mail a check for the fee to Friends of the Sabbath Connecticut, P.O. Box 14, Weatogue, Conn. 06089.
Babysitting will be available for Friday evening and Saturday.
Call Mr. Sandsmark for more information at (860) 651-7690, or E-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"This should be a meaty seminar," Mr. Sandsmark told The Journal.
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